Another poster started to get into this...and I think you could be right...because the 62My cycle is actually a biodiversity cycle...and I feel 2012 will be for the good...it will be the end of one stage...and our transitioning into a new stage of evolution...but I really have no idea...all I know is something extremely significant is very likely to happen around 2012...
I like to think that they aren't extinction periods but they are more like spontaneous evolution periods. I heard David Wilcock put it like this... During those periods the earth passes through the photon belt receiving a different type of light energy. I also agree that this higher frequency energy interacts with all types of life. In a sense communicating with it. If the frequencies of the Earth and the Cosmos are what molded life. ("And the word Was god") Then it's safe to assume that if the earth frequencies are changed, that would change the way the earth creates the organisms on it. I also find it fascinating how this photon energy can alter DNA, I truly believe that this is the "shift" we are supposed to go through.
within two million years of the Solar System’s mid-plane galactic crossing.
Originally posted by CHA0S
reply to post by OzWeatherman
That's the whole reason I think 2012 is going to be significant...as I've explained numerous times now...
Considering that 1 alautun is 63 million years, and the Mayans havent even had a their calender for that period of time.....your thinking is flawed.
Well I've stated a few times now why I think 2012 WILL be a significant year. If you accept that the Mayans couldn't have possibly worked out the length of our galactic cycle at their current level of advancement, you must conclude that some higher force, an advanced alien species perhaps, gave them this information. In this case, we can expect they gave them this info for a purpose and that it is fairly precise. And it probably wasn't just the Mayans that were visited by "sky Gods"...as another poster said:
Mayans, Nostradamus, Hopis, Chinese, Hindus and possibly Egyptians all predicted it.
That's a good point...I never really thought about that...but wouldn't that mean they didn't start the calender from its beginning? Did they in fact adjust it ahead so that they were in sync with the galactic cycle? And wouldn't that just add more significance to the 2012 date? Why wouldn't they just let the calender run from start instead of essentially right near the end?
63 million years ago, the Mayan calender didnt exist. So how can the 63 million year period have elapsed to end in 2012? For one alautun to end in 2012 it must have began 63 million years ago.
"...when a calendar comes to the end of a cycle, it just rolls over into the next cycle. In our Western society, every year 31 December is followed, not by the End of the World, but by 1 January. So 18.104.22.168.0 in the Mayan calendar will be followed by 0.0.0.0.1 – or good-ol' 22 December 2012, with only a few shopping days left to Christmas."
...as each section of the odometer reaches 9 and then clicks over to 0, the next number to it starts a new cycle, so that when all the numbers again reach 0 all the way across the odometer - the last number will change from 1 to 2 and the new cycle starts all over again.
And if they’re right, we have time to prepare for the next major event, since the Solar System has just passed the mid-plane of the galaxy. The next peak occurs in ten to twelve million years, assuming the KU theorists are onto something.
Originally posted by CHA0S
reply to post by Sean48
Well, thank you for that brilliantly insightful statement...but you made no attempt what so ever to provide a valid argument and debunk the points I am making here.