The countdown begins!

On December 20, 2012, in General, Mayan Calendar, by James

Well after all this time, we have finally reached the last few hours of Mayan Calendar.

My thoughts at this time are: Which prediction is going to prove correct?

Another thing which concerns me is how some people will react if what they believe will happen, doesn’t.

The one thing that all these predictions say is that this will be the start of something different; a new era for mankind.

At this time, I would urge people to look within and think about how they can change themselves. For it is when we change ourselves that we can change society and the world.

Look at ways that we can spread love, joy and peace to others. Search for ways to bring happiness to society. Let us learn to have compassion for those less fortunate than ourselves and find ways to assist where it is needed.

Remember above all to love.

Take a look at this video. Isn’t this the society that we all want to live in?

Thank you all for supporting this site, no matter what you believe. No matter what may happen, or not happen, for me it has been a fantstic journey of discovery.

I wish you all peace, love, joy and hope, both now and for in whatever the future holds.


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Ancient Mayan Calendar

On November 9, 2011, in Mayan Calendar, by James

By Petre An

Western civilization is not alone in seeking its origins in deep time. We bundle our years into decades, our decades into centuries, and our centuries into millennia. Our ages-the Age of Reason, the Age of Enlightenment, the Middle Ages-are packaged into eras, such as the Christian and pre-Christian eras. For the believer, the Christian era will end with the second coming of Christ, for in the Christian historical view all things were made by God expressly for the ends they fulfill. The new era that will follow will constitute a timeless eternal existence to be experienced only by the true believer. Philosophers call such a temporal concept a teleological timeline, because it is dictated by things that happen at the end, which are responsible for propelling time’s arrow forward.

Before Christianity introduced this linear concept, “big time” in the West was based in the pagan tradition of the Classical world. Time was made up of rhythmic, repetitive events centered on the return or reenactment of earlier events often reckoned by celestial cycles, such as planetary conjunctions. (Recall our definition of the two kinds of time in the Preface-historical-linear and mythiccyclic.) Crossings of Jupiter and Saturn were popular choices in the ancient Chinese calendar, whereas the Chaldeans of the Middle East favored the assemblage of all the visible planets in the constellation of Cancer. The Hindu calendar, on the other hand, was a purely mathematical contrivance based on 1,000-year multiple cycles of years, called yugas. The grandest cycle of time measured in yuga lengths was thought to be a “day” in the life of Brahma. The bigger the tree, the deeper the roots. One way or another, all complex civilizations ultimately establish their origins in the very distant past.

During the Classic period the Maya developed a passionate interest in time and number. I think this is one of our biggest reasons for admiring them-they seem so much like us. By the middle of that period their interest flowered into a fascination that bordered on obsession. It is as if scribes and calendar keepers, all members of the elite class, perhaps led by one or two unknown geniuses, the likes of Newton and Einstein, had created a veritable Maya Institute of Advanced Studies. By examining some of the inscriptions the Maya produced during this exciting intellectual period we can begin to acquire a feeling for this mathematical passion and the skill that accompanied it.

What distinguishes the Maya love affair with numbers is their preoccupation with what I have called the commensuration principle-the habit of organizing time cycles, large and small, to interlock and fit together in ratios of small whole numbers, such as eight to five, the seasonal year and the Venus cycle. Where did these ideas about time management come from and how is it that timekeeping was catapulted to such a lofty level in Maya culture?

The Maya revered the base-20 numbers that made up their vigesimal system to such a degree that they fancied each of them a god. In many Maya inscriptions a defining head, or in some instances the full-body figure, of the god portrays the number instead of the simple dots and bars. Often number deities on stelae are depicted bearing the burden of time, which they carry in their backpacks along the road of time. They deposit their load of time at our feet as we face the monument. Thus, time is just like one of the commodities borne by merchant travelers.

On all the stelae that have been deciphered, the fundamental unit of time is the day. Contemporary Maya still call it k’in, a term that also means “sun” and “time.” The Maya conceived of the day as a direct manifestation of the annual cycle of the sun. In other words, time is the sun’s cycle itself.

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My astrological insights and comparison into both of these potential Mayan Calendar end dates.

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Could it just be something as simple as this?

Used with the kind permission of Dan Piraro. For more of his incredible art work, go to or check out his blog site.

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By camay123

The age of Aquarius is the new age that the world will enter on the 21st of December 2012. Aquarius is one of the 12 zodiac signs. Each zodiac sign has an age. The age will change based totally on the sign which appears on spring equinox. It is claimed the Age of Aquarius will starts on the 21st of December 2012. December 21 is also the final day of the Mayan calendar.

Actually , the age was already introduced a few years back. In the early 20th century, Aleister Crowley started the Golden Dawn cult. Crowley believes that the Age of Aquarius had already started in 1904. He promoted this new age belief and gains some followers. Other analysts like Carl Jung, Sir Isaac Newton, and Dane Rudyhar have different talk about the Age of Aquarius.

According to Carl Jung, the Age of Aquarius will take place between 1997 2000. Isaac Newton John predicted that the Age of Aquarius will take place on 2060. Calculations based primarily on the birth of Christ will reach the opinion that the Age of Aquarius is 2160. Typically, the constellation of the solar system made changes each 2160 year. Fundamentally, folk have superstitions that the Age of Aquarius means that the world will experience unity and equality.

Different folk have their own theories regarding the end of the planet some individuals think the folk will become more subversive during the age of Aquarius. Although some who accept the Age of Aquarius do not accept the world will become at peace, they do believe that a major change will occur. The change will affect all the inhabitants of the Earth. There also are people that think that folks will leave earth and go to live in other planets.

The Mayan concept claimed the Age of Aquarius will result in a heavy change to the planet. Folk will leave their destructive natures and become better to each other. Mayan astronomers anticipated that Planet X, also known as Planet Nibiru will return and cause doom to the earth. Giant solar blasts will take place and cause the earth to have many natural calamities. According to the Mayans, this is why the world is experiencing so many natural calamities.

Many forums and internet sites have been launched to chat about about the Age of Aquarius. Everybody is keen to know that whether the end of world will come on the 21st of December 2012. Astronomers reasoned that the Age of Pisces will soon be over soon because technologies are advancing at faster pace at this time. According to astronomers, technologies like space exploration, PC and Internet are signs the world is coming close to the Age of Aquarius. Rock music is also an attribute to the new Age of Aquarius. Some people also maintain that strange stuffs such as hippies, punk and etc are signs. You can visit websites on the web if you’re curious about gaining additional information on the Age of Aquarius.

The Age of Aquarius should begin in 2012 according to many scientist. Learn more about this at

This is just a reminder that there are only 500 days left until the end of the Mayan Calender.

Join the discussion about 2012 and what may happen, or share any info you may have. You can do so by liking our Facebook Page.

Remember that the Facebook Page will also contain a whole lot of additional info about earth changes, climate changes and anything else to do with possible 2012 activity.

Don’t leave your questions or discussions for the day BEFORE 21 December 2012!

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by lexorrod

With the world currently getting abuzz about several reports of the mass extinction that people will face in 2012, more and more people are becoming hooked into this thought. Also, to make things surge to further level, several astrologers looked into the Zodiac signs in order to justify the dreaded prophecy. They believed that each and every one of the astrological signs has its own age. They said that this year is the Age of Pisces, which make it as Age of Aquarius the following year. Next year is likewise the dreaded 2012, the year that many fear to be the end of the world.

In addition, 2012 end of the world has become the latest trend when it comes to the mass extinction of the world. According to the Mayan calendar, December 21, 2012, is the exact date when earth will suffer its demise. They said that it will undergo total blackout. As a result, some people who have known to get hooked with this are becoming infected with this thought.

This Age of Aquarius can really infect the minds of those people who believe that 2012 is the year that men will suffer its fate. They even go to gatherings intended to talk about this occurrence. However, for many people who are non-believers, they said that God is the only one who knows when will be the mass extinction. Nonetheless, until the next year comes, people will still have this thought present in their system.

2012 end of the world has gained so much publications right now and it has been materialized though movie. Also, some natural disasters that happened and that will happen are all associated with the dreaded end of the world. From earthquakes to torrential rains, the world has been suffering from all these catastrophic occurrences, making way for other believers of the said 2012 event to truly justify their beliefs. Truly, this will lead them to further enhance their skepticisms when it comes to this topic.

Overall, until next year, people will still have at the back of their mind the thoughts of the dreaded mass extinction. However, they wanted to have its perspective, the bottom line is that they should wait for the next year in order to know if it is real. The Age of Aquarius will only be proven when the right time comes. However, by now, people will just live with the prophecies and different hearsays about the dreaded revelation. Whether it is true or not, it will depend upon the faith of people to God.

Age of Aquarius will be next year and some believes that it will be the year that the world will suffer its demise. The 2012 end of the world will always be hearsay unless its exact date and time will soon happen.

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The Significance of 2012

On July 14, 2011, in Mayan Calendar, Prophecies, by James

By John Van Auken

We’re going to take a few minutes to look at the Mayan prophecy of December 21, 2012, as the end . . . of an age? Of the world? Of a calendar? We’re going to find out.

There are two ways to approach this. One is to use the Mayan Long Count Calendar. But the other, which is very interesting, is to use the Aztec Sun Disk, which has the five ages on it. That’s the one we’re going to take a look at.

I took a picture of this Aztec Sun Disk (see Youtube videos below) at the archeological museum in Mexico City, and I have it here. The disk is of course much larger than it appears in the picture. It weighs about 25 tons and is about 12 feet in diameter, so a normal man would only come up to about half the distance of this circle; it’s about 3 feet deep. We’re actually going to look at this center circle, but first, I want you to notice at the top these two massive serpents coming down out of the heavens into the Earth. Symbolizing the god of fire and the god of the Sun, respectively, they come down as serpents, but their heads are now depicted as human heads. This connects with the ancient idea of the descent of the serpent from the tree of knowledge down into the Earth. Or the ancient Hindu idea that the kundalini, or the life force of humanity, descended out of energy into matter.

It is also the symbol of the descent of this power and our descent as souls, or children of God, coming out of pure spirit, of pure energy, into matter for the first time. When we look at the inner circle, we see those early ages.

Here is a closeup of the center circle. As you can see, it has a circle in the middle with the sun god’s face, above it is a pyramid, and then there are four squares around the side. Each one of these squares represents one of the ancient ages. The circle in the middle is the age we are currently living in, called the Age of Movement, or Change. It actually began August 11, 3114 B.C., and it ends December 21, 2012. So the big question is, what happens after it ends? – there are only five ages shown here.

Well, actually, there are seven ages depicted, and the next two ages are very important to us. Remember the descent of the serpent energy, the kundalini life force, out of the heavens? Out of energy into matter? Out of formlessness into form? Out of spirit into flesh? This is a reverse of that process. Let’s take a look at these ages.

Some people begin their interpretation of the ancient ages with the first square to the left of the pyramid, and they go around the circle counterclockwise. Others begin with the image in the square on the right of the pyramid, then go to the one on the left, and then come around. I prefer to begin with the one on the right of the pyramid and go in reverse order. You’ll see that these ages fit very well with the mythology of not only the Mayans but the Egyptians and other ancient cultures.

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This talk is about 2012 and the Mayan Calendar, what will happen and what we can do to change our future by developing the consciousness of humanity and working cooperatively to uplift the planet.

More information about this is provided in Stephen Knapp’s book “The Vedic Prophecies: A New Look into the Future.”

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Does a rogue planet, known as Nibiru invading our solar system from deep space menace our world? Why does the Mayan Calendar end in 2012? Is humanity doomed, or at the nexus of a spiritual renaissance in connection with the passing of Nibiru in proximity with our solar system? Explore these prophetic myths–while there’s still time…!

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