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According to this collection of articles, (urls and authors incomplete) the “big shift” is not Dec 21, 2012, but Dec 21, 2010 !!
Good News / Bad News
THE GOOD NEWS! The world will not end on Dec 21, 2012.
THE BAD NEWS: The date has been moved up to Dec 21, 2010. An astrologer, Victoria Peltz just wrote an article explaining that we are – or may be - two years off in our calendar because of the confusion back in the 16th century between the Gregorian and Julian calendar. In other words when we interpreted the end of the age in the Mayan calendar as 2012, it should have been 2010.
Now what is so interesting about that is when I heard of the 2012 end of the world scenario, I immediately did a chart for Dec 21, 2012 and saw nothing. Then I asked a few of my astro friends and they saw nothing. BUT, if I do a chart for Dec 21, 2010, I see a spectacular, powerful eclipse lasting over one hour. Also, in July 2010, we have a cardinal T-Square with Saturn, Uranus and Pluto in the sky that can be seen as a herald or portent of things to come.
People have been predicting the end of the world approximately every couple of centuries since 2800 BC when it was written on a clay table in Assyria. And the Mayan elders have been trying to tell everyone that the end of a cycle on their calendar is not the end of the world.
According to this collection of articles, (urls and authors incomplete) the “big shift” is not Dec 21, 2012
Break out the flashlights. When a full lunar eclipse takes place on the shortest day of the year, the planet may just get awfully dark. The upcoming Dec. 21 full moon -- besides distinguishing itself from the others in 2010 by undergoing a total eclipse -- will also take place on the same date as the solstice (the winter solstice if you live north of the equator, and the summer solstice if you live to the south).
On 21st December 2010 coincides with a total lunar eclipse. This is the only lunar eclipse that will occur over this period of 36 years or so during which the winter solstice sunrise is directly aligned to the Galactic Centre. The Mayans, among other cultures, have identified this dark rift in the Milky Way galaxy (between Sagittarius & Scorpio) as the cosmic source of all creation (and destruction) and they have specifically tied their mythological and calendrical traditions to its winter solstice alignment. It is the place to which the Mayan shamans have always ventured on their visionary journeys in order to gain wisdom and understanding. On Winter Solstice this year, thanks to the lunar eclipse, and for the only time during this period of solar alignment, the Moon, Earth, Solstice Sun and Galactic Centre will all be in perfect alignment. This alignment only happens once every 25,600 years
Originally posted by onehuman
reply to post by wcitizen
Glad you popped that up. It seems that may have been one of the sources my article was referring to as it is almost a verbatim.
I guess maybe in our own tiny little puzzle piece of cosmos it definitely represents something beyond our understanding. Considering the time and space it takes to occur, I would imagine there has to be some form of a ripple effect.
Hard to understand the magic of the cosmos when one is busy watching MTV and eating their take out.
(Just a odd thought that hit me before I hit the reply button, perhaps we should keep a eye in the animals the next couple days... they may eat the takeout, but they don't watch MTV.)
Originally posted by DontProbeMeBro
reply to post by Seed76
Your post proves nothing, sir.
Did you even read what you wrote?