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Your Questions About 2012 Planet Alignment Dates

Lisa asks…

Will the world end 12- 21- 20 ?

I have been reading about a polar shift of 45 degrees because of the planets alignment with the sun in 2012.This only happens every 25,000 yr. or so. Also this date is the end of the Mayan calendar,and the return of planet x crossing our path in the solar system. To me it seems the way the world is going everything in life is at full circle. And the world is way over due for some type of renewal threw a natural cataclysmic event !

MarekMuraze answers:

Cardinal all kinda comes together. The cardinal said that the pope now will die soon and the next will fight the anti Christ ending the world( the cardinal predicted every pope right so far) the People who made the calender said it will end in 2012. And also what you said all are very smiler in time wise.

Richard asks…

What do you think will happen Dec 21st 2012? Is it doomsday?

I know that multiple people and civilization’s have predicted the same exact day as the day the world ends these people are hundreds of years apart. so do you think its coincidence? if not what do you think will happen? we already know for a FACT that exact day will be a special day in space i think its called a galactic alignment. where all of the planets align with each other which only happens once every 16,000 years.

There has been lots of books published,Shows,websites,movies. I know there has been other doomsday dates but nothing happens. Do you guys think this date could be it? There has been wierd weather. Volcanoe. I was reading this article about solar flares that could extend to earth on 2012.

MarekMuraze answers:

It begins,and its gonna be bad.

Michael asks…

December 21st 2012. Do you think it will be the end?

I know that on 12-21-2012 the earth will be in a special alignment with the Milky Way at dawn which only happens every 26,000 years (due to precession of the equinoxes). This date corresponds with the beginning of the 13th Baktun of the Mayan Long Count calendar (NOT the end of the calendar).
The book “Maya Cosmogenesis” by John Major Jenkins has extensive information on this alignment.

26,000 years ago this happened and it was the end of most life on this planet. When it happens again will we survive?

keep in Mind the Mayans, Nostradamus, and the anchint chinese all proclaimed this date as the end of all human civilzation?
I don’t want to scare you too, but there maybe something big headed our way. Maybe not the end of the World, just the world as we know it. At worst, we may experience a pole shift. At the end of 2011 and the beginning of 2012, our sun is due for its 11 year cyclical pole shift. This time around, due to the influence of a planetary alignment, due at the very same time; our Earth may shift its poles also. NASA has already confirmed that the Earth’s north magnetic pole has started to migrate to the South Atlantic. It has also detected a diminishing magnetic field that accompanies a pole shift.

According to some Mayans, this date marks the end of the long count of their calendar; Set to end on a winter solstice (12-21-12). On this date, our Solar system will be center aligned , in the Milky Way’s equator. Our sun will be centered in a position called “The Tree of Life”, as it does every 25,800 years. In this position, unusually violent sun spot activity may cause a pole shift. Earthqua

MarekMuraze answers:

The only thing it will be the end of is all these nutty predictions. (Well, they’ll just shift the date, of course…)

Don’t scare yourself with worries over things that have happened many times before without spelling doom. The sun has gone through its sunspot cycle many times without destroying the earth. The same goes for the reversal of the earth’s magnetic field.

If you really want something to worry about, think of what the world will be like after a few more nuclear weapons get used on unsuspecting cities…

Helen asks…

What are your thoughts on 2012?

Now I know everyone has different theories about this, but I’m going to tell you guys mine. The mayans’ calender did not say the world would end in 2012, but their predictions only went as far as 2012. They lived a long time ago, and its possible that they didn’t want to look farther than that date.

Science supposedly “confirms” that the sun will enter the center of the universe and the planets will be in alignment. They also said that a polar shift will occur, causing the world to go haywire and eventually be (destroyed I guess?)

Revelations doesn’t say an exact date, but if Nostradamus’s has been right so far, then I might have a little faith in him. I’m a christian, so I don’t truly believe that the rapture or the apocalypse will happen until god is ready. Guess we’ll all have to wait and see! Tell me what you think!

MarekMuraze answers:

Everything you have heard about 2012 is full of half-truths and outright lies, with the following exceptions.

1. There will be an American presidential election in 2012.
2. The Summer Olympics will be in London in 2012.
3. The Planet Venus will transit the Sun in 2012. (The only effect of this will be that a small dot will be visible on the sun in telescopes that are adapted to look at the sun.)
4. There will be an Annular Eclipse of the Sun that is visible in the Western US and Canada.
5. There will be natural disasters, war, famine, plague, etc… But no more than in any other year.

That is all. Everything else is bull.

Nostradamus didn’t predict anything for 2012.

Some people think the Mayans did, but they are wrong. The Mayan Calendar is just a very long calendar. It does NOT predict the end of the world. It just so happens that the Mayan version of “December 31, 1999″ falls on what we would call “December 21, 2012.” The Mayan calendar contains events that happen AFTER 2012, even after 4000 AD, so clearly the world will not “end” at this point.

(You’ll remember that a lot of people also thought the world was going to end in 12-31-1999, but it didn’t. Same deal. Many programmers expected a huge mess, but fortunately with a lot of hard work that didn’t happen either, but nobody who actually knew anything expected the ‘collapse of civilization’ some nuts predicted.)

All the other predictions:

“pole shifts” (which take thousands of years to even start)

“galactic plane crossing” (a lie, we’re far above the galactic plane and moving away from it)

“galactic alignment” (We don’t even know exactly where the galaxy’s center is – it’s obscured by gas and dust and other stars – so we sure as hell can’t predict an alignment with it with any accuracy)

“killer planet Nibiru” (physically impossible – life on Earth could not exist if Nibiru existed)

and everything else, are completely and totally made-up.

There are NO scientists who believe in this 2012 nonsense. If you see someone claiming “scientists” said so, ask for names and degrees, because they either don’t exist, or got their “degree” from some mail-in fake “university of pulp paper.” Degrees in theology don’t count.

Here is one thing about 2012 that might actually be true… This answer will probably be thumbs-downed by wackjobs who are obsessed with 2012.

Nex ut bardus! (That’s Latin for “Death to the Stupid!” and is my new motto.)

Chris asks…

Doomsday 2012 – Are you a believer?

From now on, whenever I see a question with 2012 and/or Mayan predictions in a question you will be redirected here. Here is a list on why 2012 will not be the end of the world:

♥ The Mayan calendar was inaccurate about time to begin with
♠ It was the end of one calendar but there was ANOTHER cycle after it. The next cycle will not end until 4771
♥ December 21st is the winter solstice. A time where some planets and stars align – it does NOT cause physical troubles or earthquakes.
♠ An alignment between the Sun, Earth and super black-hole is impossible.
♥ Objects large enough to destroy Earth from space would have been visible. It’s illogical
♠ There will be no spontaneous magnetic field reversal in 2012. Field reversals take a minimum of several hundred years and they are caused by the internal geodynamo, not by external agencies such as passing planets.
♥ Nostradamus did not predict 2012. He was too vague to be linked to any specific date.

Alright? We done? No-one wants to listen to this for another 3.5 years *facepalm*
Now, to keep in guidelines I’ll ask: Do you believe in Doomsday (2012)?
StrawberryRain – No. They were not. They didn’t even include leap years thus had an error rate of 1 day every 4 years. Even the ancient Julian calendar was more accurate with 1 per 128 years.
Feel free to redirect others here :)
Dave – I hope I didn’t come across mean ;P but I encountered the 7th 2012 question today and couldn’t take it anymore. It literally gave me a migraine :’( Hahaha
Nicklaus – Hiyo :D I can debunk every claim you made but it’s really, really, really long to do so. If you want me to you can email me and I’ll try to shorten it.

MarekMuraze answers:

Wow, Ace. You seem angry about this Doomsday idea, not getting too emotionally involved are we? ; )

I read something a long time ago about information doubling, as in the total sum of everything that the human race understands about the Universe – how long it takes for that to double in size. (I don’t know how they measured it, might have been a computer simulation, can’t remember ;)
Anyway, the prediction was that in 2012 information would be doubling at a million times a second or something.

Would that mean the end of the world?

Maybe as we know it, but knowing more(collectively) shouldn’t have anything to do with natural disasters or the Earth getting destroyed, unless we do it ourselves.

But I refuse to even consider the idea of a doomsday anyway. I just don’t see any benefit in believing in it, or knowing anything about it. Even if it’s true, who wants the worry? Better to just live your life and take what comes. Thinking about the future always means you’re taking your attention off the present. Which means you’re missing out.

Enough with the Doomsday ideas people. Knowing exactly when the Earth will no longer be able to support life wont help you one bit, and you’re upsetting Ace, that’s not cool, and might actually be illegal in some countries ; )

Edit: No Ace, you don’t come across as mean at all : )
You’re showing your frustration a little bit, but that’s ok ;D

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Primary Ages of Adam and Seth

Original lunar/solar calendar systems discover the oldest trunk line of time reckoning and recording. The three oldest major calendars give us hybrid insight about early civilization. There are several accepted Bible chronologies. Most chronologies place the Deluge before 2,000 B.C.E. and the Exodus between 1,470 B.C.E. and 1,460 B.C.E. This work emphasizes the use of lunar/solar calendars rather than revising those existing chronologies. The Antediluvian Patriarchs knew astronomy, mathematics and entwined early theology with time. As a floating-king-list chronology, beginning or ending dates are ambiguous according to Gregorian calendar reckoning. Lunar/solar calendar design applies to Mesoamerican calendars.

One should remember that strict Judaism refers to Before Common Era with B.C.E initials regarding the Jewish Calendar. Any dates relevant to the Gregorian Calendar are recognized as B.C., for Before Christ. The traditional Jewish Calendar counts forward in linear order from the Creation year 1. The linear ages of the Antediluvian Patriarchs, plus progression through the life of Noah, amount 2,105 years at the Deluge. Another 1,656 years add to reach the first year of the Julian Calendar, thus 3,761 B.C.E. is the Jewish Calendar date for Creation. Modifications to the Roman Julian Calendar reach the A.D. Gregorian Calendar of today. The Jewish Calendar places the deluge of Noah at 2,105 B.C.E. and estimates Creation to have occurred 5,767 years ago in 2,006. Rabbi Hillel II introduced the present standardized version of the Jewish Calendar in 359 C.E, for Common Era, to 360 C.E. The spread of Christianity throughout the Roman Empire brought persecution to many Jewish believers. Romans established Christianity alongside the Julian Calendar.

The primary 130-year age of Adam comes gained directly from the words of the Holy Bible. Primary ages span from the onset of each Biblical character until the age he begat the next named Patriarch. The primary 130-year age of Adam confirms a 130-year period. From Genesis 5:3 onward, these characters were the ancestors of humanity. In every Holy Bible, that we can pick up and read, these numbers are always the same. Adam’s era started recording the calendar.

Genesis 5:3 “And Adam lived an hundred and thirty years, and begat a son in his own likeness, after his image; and called his name Seth:”

The primary 130-year age of Adam is the foremost bridge joining the age of Adam to the Mayan 260-year-Tzolken-sacred-cycle. Other parallels exist between the Biblical genealogy of Adam through to Noah and the numerical time computations of the ancient Sun Kingdoms’ Calendars. Clear patterns demonstrate the relationship between chronologies of Genesis with the Mesoamerican Calendars. Parallel trends numerically match days and years in a singe term for the generations of Adam. The triune components found with the 365-day-solar-year include two identical periods of 130-days each and the remaining 105-days. Three-way numbering of 365-years stems from numerical matching properties of the 364-day-Ethiopic-year. One 365-year-solar-cycle includes two identical periods of 130-years each and the remaining 105-years. A 365-day-and-year-solar-single-term encapsulates the first two generations of the Antediluvian Calendar. Ancient 260-day-Tzolken-sacred-years so often seen in the carvings and idioms of the Mesoamericans directly embellish use of the 260-year-Tzolken-sacred-cycle. Time splitting after 130-days cleaves the 260-day-Tzolken-sacred-year into equal halves. Numerically matched, the 260-year-Tzolken-sacred-cycle separates for equal halves after 130-years. Calendar recording thousands of years ago employed complex mathematics and astronomy. Establishing the prototype divisions of bisected 260-day-Tzolken-sacred-years and 260-year-Tzolken-sacred-cycle intervals directly exemplifies lunar/solar separation times. Mayan 360-day-Tun-years differentiate from 260-day-Tzolken-sacred-years.

Genesis 5:6 “And Seth lived an hundred and five years, and begat Enos:”

Genesis 5:6 quotes the primary 105-year age of Seth verbatim. Layers of numerical matching took place for Seth. The 365-day-solar-year admits a leftover period after one 260-day-Tzolken-sacred-year. Mayan Katun 20-year-l/s-cycles produce 105-days of solar-side time split by multiplying 5.25-days following every 360-day-Tun-year (Eqn. 3). The single 105-day-and-years numerical term introduces the 105-year primary age of Seth. Seth is the first recorded character after Adam in the lineage. Interesting auxiliary scriptures omit famed Abel and Cain from the calendar records. Cain killed Abel, the first-born son (Gen. 4:8). Seth was the appointed seed to replace Abel. Seth would have been heir to all rights and responsibilities of the first-born son. Significant calendar times assigned specific eras to monarchy and deities.

The primary 130-year age of Adam begins a 260-year-Tzolken-sacred-cycle. Numerical matching expands the Mayan Calendar 260-day-Tzolken-sacred-year to construct the 260-year-Tzolken-sacred-cycle in the primary age category. The Tzolken divinatory pattern expresses every year of the 260-year-Tzolken-sacred-cycle in 360-day-Tun-years. Adam’s primary 130-year-Tun-year begins the secondary age category, which increments in 400-year-Baktun-cycles. The end of the first primary 130-year age of Adam coincides with the end of the first secondary age 400-year-Baktun-cycle. This is the 400-l/s-year midpoint age level between two successive secondary age 400-year-Baktun-cycles. The second 130-year period for Adam matches the first primary 130-year age of Adam to complete the first 260-year-Tzolken-sacred-cycle in the primary age category. The second 400-year-Baktun-cycle adds the latter half that completes the first 800-year Generation Cycle in the secondary age category. The end of the 260-year-Tzolken-sacred-cycle for also marks the 800-l/s-year endpoint age level of the secondary age category.

Seth completes the first 365-Tun-year-solar-cycle by adding 105-Tun-years to Adam’s 260-year-Tzolken-sacred-cycle. Adam’s primary 130-Tun-year age corresponds to the first of two 400-year-Baktun-cycles. The second 400-year-Baktun-cycle completes the 260-year-Tzolken-sacred-cycle and finishes the first 800-year Generation Cycle. The primary 105-Tun-year age of Seth calculates during the third 400-year-Baktun-cycle in the secondary age category. Seth’s midpoint age level happens at 1200-l/s-years through the 5200-year Great Cycle. The fourth 400-year-Baktun-cycle provide Seth’s endpoint age level at 1,600-l/s-years and matches Seth’s primary 105-Tun-year-age with another 105-Tun-years. Together, the primary ages of Adam and Seth account for an entire 365-year-solar-cycle made up of 360-day-Tun-years.

Antediluvian Calendar beginning and ending times have no fixed date in terms of modern Gregorian Calendar reckoning. These early characters conform to calendar techniques set forth by the prevailing system. Ancient people were observing and calculating time based upon star and planetary definitions. Religious persuasions most assuredly had bearings upon history. The Mesoamerican Baktun 400-year-l/s-cycles likely relocated to the Yucatan Peninsular sometime around 2800 B.C.E. Mesoamerican chronology before about 900 B.C.E is presently unsupported. However, there are other ways to ascertain history and scientists should leave room for error. My supposition of 2800 B.C E. can vary by several hundred years or more either way. Stelae, stepped pyramids and lunar/solar calendar parallels all indicate some cultural transference took place.

The variance is similar to that used for tree ring dating of petrified remains. Measured by cross-sectional viewing, tree rings add seasonal years outward from the center of the trunk by layers. Archaeology determines the estimated boundaries employed for start and finish times, while tree ring analysis provides additional information regarding climatic conditions during a more precise time span. Biblical chronology of the pre-Deluge ancestors is more accurate by adjusting the vast floating period within the framework of primitive agriculture and ending with the flooding stages of Mesopotamia. During the Antediluvian Calendar eras, the seven-day week divisions were set by lunar phases and rounded 30-day months provided formative lunar calendars. Early religious philosophies and calendar use document a theme in the Book of Genesis. The chronology of ten generations in the lineage of Adam correlates with ancient l/s calendar methods leading up to the Great Flood era.

Consider the posture of Adam’s calendar age amongst the many theological doctrines that are now at our service. Two significant topics are open for further discussion and inquiries. In the first viewpoint, the same almighty God that created Adam disseminated calendar information to Adam as ordained principle. Secondly, conjecture rationalizes that the man, Adam, developed the complex calendar order on his own merit. Most provoking is the latent question we are forced to grapple with — how long did it take to adopt an accurate calendar of this magnitude and array? Arbitration includes that time keeping by lunar/solar recording process held paramount importance with farming disciplines.

Albeit a conservative estimate, we must accept that ingrained 800-year Generation Cycles, along with the required astronomy, formidable mathematics and communication skills were necessary to transfer such astonishing information down through the society. Any time scale of these epic proportions surely must expound a people with remarkable abilities and far in excess of present agreements for prehistoric man in the absolute. The ages recorded for Adam and his descendants underline a culture that we can barely begin to fathom. Early people in the broadest sense of civilization had amazing understanding. Citizens were far beyond what evolution of the species seems to suggest. Intelligence is an adaptive process rather than a gradual production.

Greek writings that regress the 1,460-year Sothic cycle three times are the basis for Egyptian chronology that begins between 4,241 B.C.E. and 4,236 B.C.E. Dates for the Exodus and Ramses II are subject to debate. Egyptologists are certain that the Egyptian star and solar-side calendar had a lunar-side counterpart. The Egyptian solar calendar and the Ethiopic 364-day-calendar-year might be far older. Introduction of Mesoamerican Calendar patterns is a novel approach to chronology.

Three ancient calendars braid together to strongly encourage Biblical history. Those that wrote this knowledge down, so that it appears in our Bibles today, were smart enough to prove a quite articulate calendar system was already in place at the onset of Adam’s 130-year primary age. Furthermore, they may have explored and exposed themselves to other possibilities of time and spatial relationships that we have not yet realized. Treat these items of calendar research with caution and respect since the overall impact on religion or science cannot be fully determined. The blunt interpretation is “if it looks like a duck, quacks like duck, and walks like a duck…it probably is a duck.” The calendar numbers written are about time in the common vocabulary and understandings of ancient people. They thought of time as consisting of cyclic, recurrent phenomena. Threads of time symbolically link birth, life and death coincidental with archaic calendar observation. Supernatural attributes of calendar study may lend new future uses. Consensus testimony then decides the social profit.

Are you a pastor, educator or a student of the Holy Bible? Timeemits.com seeks anointed people to review and contribute to the Ages of Adam ministry. Ancient lunar/solar calendars like the Jewish and Mayan calendars provide the background to understanding early time. Ancient calendars of the Holy Bible use differences between the moon and sun, numerical matching and a 364-day calendar year to describe X-number of days that match with X-number of years. Ages of Adam is a free read at timeemits.

Clark Nelson is webmaster for http://www.timeemits.com and author of Ages of Adam and sequel, Holy of Holies. Copyright 2006 Clark Nelson and timeemits.com All Rights Reserved. URL http://www.timeemits.com/AoA_Articles/Primary_Ages_of_Adam_and_Seth-gr.htm

NibiruExposed.com Excellent 3 hour lecture on the Mayan Calendar and the significance of 2012. The lecture contains very important information that helps explain what is currently occurring in the world and what we can expect between now and the year 2012. Ian presents a voluminous amount of information on the subject in a very clear and concise manner. After viewing the videos, I felt that I had a clear understanding of the profound significance of the Mayan Calendar and 2012. Rated 5 stars excellent at Google video. Please share widely. – Gav Editor
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Research Summation Antediluvian Calendar

Research Summation Antediluvian Calendar continues the testimony conclusion section of my first work, Calendars of Creation. Sixteen years ago, I began this section to explain why I chose my personal quest, ancient calendar research of the Holy Bible. I divide Research Summation into four articles with updates that reflect later findings. Ancient people had good reason to worship God and time as one.

Research Summation Antediluvian Calendar

Clark Nelson

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Research Summation Antediluvian Calendar

The Jewish Calendar measures time since the beginning of recorded chronology. Basic Antediluvian Calendar concepts of 19 or 20-year-lunar/solar-cycles succeed to branch many times over literally thousands of years. Minor changes, modifications and intercalations have caused slight variations in the Jewish lunar/solar calendar since the earliest days of Creation. Original applications of the antediluvian first calendar focus upon heavenly transitions of light and darkness. Daylight and nighttime, lunar phases, planetary visibility and starlight position all mark the cusp points of change for early time. Authentic celestial cycles do not perfectly align to satisfy calendar increments. Beyond one single year, the 19-year-l/s-cycle was the most important cyclic pattern known to archeo-astronomy. People are compelled to adjust calendars using approximations. Diligent observation and proper documentation agree that 19-year-l/s-cycles afforded by the Jewish Calendar are the consistent standard for early reckoning.

Substantial calendar foundations submitted by the Patriarchal ages of Genesis 5 provide remnant traces that identify with other ancient l/s systems. Mesoamerican and Egyptian calendars lend insight relating important natural events with time. Diffused in mythology, these accounts enable the groundwork for all later time. Surviving records indicate a preferred style for logging nocturnal phenomena. Dynastic order sustains the lineage by passing the inheritance blessing from father to first-born son. A 364-day-Ethiopic-year and 8-year Venusian cycles are taken aside from the traditional Jewish Calendar to elaborate the calendar theme. Intercalations and other correction methods are necessary given the human factor. Inherently attached to Bible time reckoning is the supernatural, spiritual component. Gaps and seams of time begin to widen with increasing measurement errors. Modern time and our ensuing chronology rest in many ways, upon ideal calculations. Ancient projections toward the future and our current time meet with modern discrepancies that regress until early history. Calendar branching is often the catalyst to major civil upheavals. Religion and governmental rule compromise to manage the social climate. While other civilizations, kings and dynasties, and empires, rose and fell, the Jewish Calendar was consistent in basic format. Stretching into the past perhaps a hundred thousand years, the separation between day and night and the sacred seven-day week were co-eternal with God. Names for God and the eternal Holy Spirit have undergone countless changes since the origins of humanity.

The Jewish antediluvian calendar version measured time when Adam walked the face of earth. When Noah built the Ark, the Jewish Calendar was in effect. When Pharaohs ruled Egypt and the pyramids were constructed, the Jewish Calendar was in use. When Moses parted the Red Sea, and the banner of God was brought forth, the Jewish Calendar was continuous. Christ came between the Egyptian – Roman solar calendar change about 45 B.C.E. until A.D. and the Jewish lunar/solar calendar recorded New Testament events. When the First Council of Nicaea met in 325 A.D. to decide the fate of Christianity for the empire of Constantine, the Jewish Calendar was in effect. Even today, the Jewish Calendar is current. The intangible, omnipotent deity has existed since the beginning. Be they people of any other calendar, lunar/solar or solar, or other branches, the Jewish Calendar has surpassed and held Jewish people together.

Consider one aspect in the hopes, spiritual aspirations and destiny of humanity. The major precedent afflicting people who have called forth Almighty power respects the faith and religion behind Judaism. Other cultures have branched and veered away from the Jewish Calendar. Pieces of the Jewish Calendar and the religion have transmuted to external concerns. The sacred seven-day week is fundamental to Christianity, but early church fathers abandoned 19 or 20-year-l/s-cycles. The Sun Kingdoms adapted the original Jewish lunar/solar version of calendar trunk line to their civilization, but developed their own style of religion. Other groups have used lunar/solar calendars, and have met difficulty and strife since their calendars were branches of the antediluvian Jewish lunar/solar calendar trunk line. Only Judaism fosters the pure Jewish Calendar. No other culture uses the Jewish Calendar.

Roman Catholicism coupled with the Julian Calendar spread the word of Christianity throughout the world. In 1582, the Julian Calendar was modified by Pope Gregory XIII. Calendar reckoning excluded ten days to align the vernal equinox with Easter celebration. October 4, 1582 was followed the next day by October 15, 1582. Trends during medieval era Protestantism were fueled by the Gregorian Calendar modification. Apparitions of the Virgin Mary, the inquisition and the turmoil in Europe caused by Protestantism all were manifestations of the Holy Spirit pouring out to past and future. The calendar change again punctured the outer insulation offered by the solar calendar and the eternal realm of God responded. Further proclaimed in the Gregorian Calendar was a Leap Day alteration. The previous Julian Calendar included a Leap Day addition every four years. The vernal spring, celestial equinox was slipping into summer. The Leap Day addition modified the end of February. The Gregorian Calendar adjustment stipulated that Leap Day additions would be omitted in those centurial years not evenly divisible by 400-years. The year 1600 included a normal Leap Day. The years 1700, 1800 and 1900 skipped the Leap Day inclusion that further corrected the gradual drift of the equinox date into summer. Our revised Gregorian Calendar incorporated a provision to add Leap Day in the year 2000.

Superimposing the Gregorian Calendar over past calendars, striking contrasts can be drawn. Day and night, count as one day from the beginning until now. Judaism observes the Sabbath on Saturday and Christians recognize a Sunday Sabbath. Five days remain in the week for work, business and commerce. Sun Kingdoms Calendars include many cultural variations of the representative 260-day-Tzolken-sacred-year. We evenly disperse 260-days separately in the modern calendar year. Five business days multiply in 52-weeks for 260-days. Our secular calendar applies 260-days for modern government and commercial matters, excluding holidays. Saturday and Sunday of each week multiply for 104-days in 52-weeks. Compared to the 364-day-Ethiopic-calendar, 104-days nearly equal the remaining 105-days left every year. Twelve months averaged at 30-days each still provide 360-days. Although a separate 360-day length of year is not present in the Gregorian solar calendar, science and technology perpetuate the 360-degree circle. Our last week of the year, between Christmas and New Years is a reserved holiday week. Countless anniversaries recognize every conceivable subject in substitution for ancient numerical matching themes. Pharaonic Egypt inserted Leap Days every four years. We continue this trait in the Gregorian Calendar. The Antediluvian Calendar incorporates 400-year-l/s-cycles I synonymously refer to as Mayan Baktun cycles. Our modern Gregorian version follows a 400-year pattern that omits three of four Leap Days during centurial years. Time itself has not changed, only the methods of calendar layers are different. The tree of knowledge grows, the days and years change according to the calendar version and the domain of humanity is forever.

All calendars support devotion to mainstay religious convictions and central doctrines prescribed by worship. Dogmatic beliefs rigidly embed in the calendar as holidays and festival periods. Reserved times continue to defer ordinary work. Understanding ancient calendar systems and characteristics found in later calendars expand faith perspectives. Common thought today reasons that measured time is always past tense. Archaic calendars additionally held theology that influences the future through distant time projection. We observe holidays and anniversaries to remember the past, whereas ancient people employed numerical matching techniques to collapse the future and access supernatural channels. They worked the fields and waited patiently for crops to grow. Our remaining calendar year transfers the need to circulate wealth. Society depends on national and local governments for stability, commerce for financial operations and families to nurture the children. Diverse culture, ethnic background and political structure blend simultaneously. The modern calendar must meet demands on a global scale. Religious trends maintain special variations of the calendar year. The best example of differing calendar systems that represent an international situation occurs in the holiest of cities, Jerusalem. The front page of the Jerusalem Post International Edition newspaper contains three dates of three calendars under the title. The western Gregorian Calendar date is given first, followed by the Jewish Calendar date and the Mohammedan (Islamic) Calendar date. Three religions and three separate versions of history combine every day.

Revelation 3:12

“… and the name of the city of my God, which is new Jerusalem, which cometh down out of heaven from my God: …”

Are you a pastor, educator or a student of the Holy Bible? Timeemits.com seeks anointed people to review and contribute to the Ages of Adam ministry. Ancient lunar/solar calendars like the Jewish and Mayan calendars provide the background to understanding early time. Ancient calendars of the Holy Bible use differences between the moon and sun, numerical matching and a 364-day calendar year to describe X-number of days that match with X-number of years. Ages of Adam is a free read at http://www.timeemits.com.

Clark Nelson is webmaster for www.timeemits.com and author of Ages of Adam and sequel, Holy of Holies. Contact article@timeemits.com for more information. © Copyright 2006 Clark Nelson and timeemits.com All Rights Reserved.

It is Time to Experience the End of the World

The British have always understood that time is a man-made concept. We are reminded of this twice every year when Daylight Saving Time results in the clocks being changed in the UK to gain or lose an hour.

This idea was first proposed by Benjamin Franklin in 1784, but the British adopted the practice in 1916. It was appropriate for the British to do this because the Greenwich Meridian, which marks the starting point of every time zone in the world, is in England.

How does this changing of the clocks benefit the people in the UK? Good question. For the first week after the changes people feel like they have jet lag, and they miss appointments and flights. Then everything settles down for six months, after which the same thing happens again. When you live in the UK, it is quite spooky to wake up on the day after the clocks have changed, and everything electronic – the TV, car radio, the VCR, reflects a time that differs exactly one hour from the time on a wrist watch that needs to be set manually – as if some techno geek ghost wandered around during the night and fiddled with all the electronic stuff to get it all sorted before we wake up.

This British mastery of time dates much further back than 1916.

During the seventeenth century a British bishop concluded that the world was created on 22nd October 4000 BC, at six in the evening.

However, Dr John Lightfoot of Cambridge University disagreed and calculated in 1644 that God created the earth on Sunday 23 October 4004 BC at midnight in the Garden of Eden (this was 9am London time, before daylight Savings Time was introduced). The implication is that time already existed more than 6 000 years ago, even before the earth was created. Then when was time created?

Of course this date of 23 October 4004 BC was calculated on the Julian calendar which made the year too short, and by 1752 the calendar was 11 days out. The British solution was to adopt the Gregorian calendar. As a result 2 September 1752 was followed by the next day, dated 14 September 1752, and the problem was solved with typical British efficiency – a rarity nowadays.

To continue this mastery of time, British Telecom has already announced that time travel will be invented from 2051 onwards. How do they know this? I have no idea. Watch this timeframe . . .

We have always manipulated time to suit us, without even being aware of it. Albert Einstein made us aware of this when he gave his famous explanation of the theory of relativity. When you sit on a hot stove, two seconds can feel like to minutes. However, when you are in the company of your loved one, two minutes can feel like two seconds. Do we create time?

It is quite amusing to see people on a commuter train that is delayed on the way to work. Most people take it in their stride, but there are the workaholics that get so irate that they would happily leave the train and run down the tracks to get to work. Why? And when they get so upset, they do this to themselves. The job will not go anywhere. Their health will eventually give in, and they will still not understand that their bodies reflect the state of their souls. They will still be the slaves of this manmade concept called time.

There is an old Arab proverb: Man fears time, but time fears the pyramids. The pyramids are the only ancient wonders that can still be seen and measured, because they are older than time. They existed before we had any idea of measuring time as precisely as we do today.

The inspiration for the pyramids originates from the same Source that provided us with time, and the ancient cultures were aware of this. They used sundials to have a broad indication of time, but they also knew how to relax and go into a meditative state. They understood that connecting with the Source of time was more important than time itself.

Someone asked me an intriguing question the other day. When the end of the world comes, the people in Australia will have 24 hours notice. What will they do? Where will they go? Any ideas? As far as I am concerned, we experience the end of the world every day – that is, the end of the world as we know it.

If we can believe the doomsday prophets (those people that still have sugar and tinned food stored from the previous catastrophe that never happened), the world will end in December 2012. This is based on the Mayan calendar.

The Maya civilisation inhabited a region encompassing southern Mexico, Guatemala and Belize. Apparently they flourished between the third and tenth centuries AD, but by 1200 AD their society had collapsed. During the late 18th century explorers came across plazas, monoliths, temples and pyramids, each decorated with pictures and hieroglyphs, in the Guatemalan rainforest.

The ancient Maya had been keeping historical records, using a script which mixed ideographic and phonetic elements. Some of their writing still exists on stone monuments that record their calendric and astronomical knowledge.

The Maya identified four different Ages. The First Age began with the creation of the Earth, which contained vegetation and living beings. These beings did not please the gods and were wiped out. In the Second and Third Ages the gods created humans of mud and later of wood. These humans also failed to please and were wiped out. We are currently in the Fourth and Final Age, the age of the modern, fully functional human. In the Mayan calendar this Age finishes on December 21, 2012.

This is not just any date, and the translation from the hieroglyphs could not really be wrong. At sunrise on December 21, 2012 for the first time in 26,000 years the Sun will rise to conjunct the intersection of the Milky Way and the plane of the ecliptic. This will form a cosmic cross which is considered to be an embodiment of the Sacred Tree, also known as the Tree of Life, which is represented in most of the spiritual traditions of the world.

There are people that believe this alignment with the heart of the galaxy in 2012 will open a channel for cosmic energy to flow through the earth, cleansing it and its inhabitants, and raise all of us to a higher level of vibration.

We have some options here. The first is to start buying and storing tinned food (and if you do not live in Australia, you have adequate notice). The second is to understand that we are all energy, and that our vibrations have been rising for a while now, and this will only intensify over the coming years. If you enjoy this blog, you are probably already part of this movement of consciousness that will just get stronger over the next four years.

Have a good time!

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Elsabe Smit is the author of A Tapestry of Life and of the blog http://www.mypurpleblog.com , Spiritual interpretations of everyday life.

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Calendar is a page that shows the dates, days and months of a year. It usually contain numbers, text and illustrations. One can find various kind of illustration on calendars like charts, diagrams, drawings, locally drawn pictures and photographs. For years popular notion of calendar is one that hangs on a wall with all the numbers and adorned with beautiful natural scenery, or photos of God, saints or famous personalities. But with changing times we have seen sea change in the area of calendars. Online calendars are in vogue. One can easily view and select a calendar from pool of sites showcasing astonishing and enticing calendars.

History of Calendars-

The history of calendar dates back to the Chinese. In ancient times from Romans, Greeks to Mayan and Aztec all had advanced calendar systems. It was used to predict eclipses, moon phases, sunrises, sunsets and weather changes. These calendars were remarkably accurate. Modern day calendar is the Gregorian Calendar, which is also termed as the “Christian Calendar,” traditionally used to designate the calendar originated in pre-Christian Rome. It was proposed by a Naples physician XIII and is based on the tropical year. This calendar was foremost used by in United States of America and most European countries. It has total 365 or 366 days (leap year) in the year. It is divided into 12 months consisting of 30 or 31 days, along with the parallel system of weeks in sets of 7 days.

Shift from Julian to Gregorian Calendar-

Julian calendar was introduced by Julius Caesar in 45 B.C, but this calendar showed the error of 1 day in every 128 years and hence the tropical years shifted one day backwards. Other reason was the method of calculating the date for Easter was inaccurate. The calendar was used until in 1500s, when countries switched to Gregorian Calendar.

Utility of Calendar-

Calendar informs us of important days like festivals, birthday’s of God and Saints, advent of seasons, as well as cycle of moon.

Calendar helps us keep the track of our lives on day-to-day basis.

It keeps our fast pace world organized and helps us work systematically.

It informs us of important days and festivals like Christmas, New Year, Valentine, Thanksgiving, Easter and lots more.

It helps us reschedule and set important work assignments, and business meetings we must attend.

Calendars is systematic way to get information of social gathering, family functions, travel trips and celebrations.

One can write important information or mark dates on calendar and just a glance through it can inform us our daily or weekly schedule.

Free Online Calendar 2010-

Online calendars are electronic calendars that can be easily found on computers and cell phones.

Gone are the days when people used to buy calendars from the market. Now various sites online displays array of distinct and fabulous looking calendars. Just surf the net and flip through the pages to select a calendar of your choice.

Online calendars are in vogue. Firstly they are free calendar and users don’t have to pay a single penny from their pocket. All your need is Internet connectivity and one can save time, money and energy to go to the market and get a calendar. Secondly, one can find calendars in various patterns and eye-catching texts. These calendars are highly creative and merges attractive fonts and images. Users have plenty of options to choose from Online calendars from various sites.

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