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Originally posted by OwenGP185
I highly doubt we will have some type of conscious shift, humans today will not be able to cope to being spiritually awakened, and they are too busy with XFactor. If you really want this shift, why wait? Learn meditation and begin making these changes for yourself rather than waiting, perhaps if anything does happen it is only to those who went after it. Most might not even notice anything because it might be an evolution in our souls which most today are disconnected to.
Originally posted by Razimus
2012 will be like 2011, on January 1st 2013 I will wake up and go to work like any other day, unless I get the day off... this is y2k all over again, same thing happened in the year 1000, there will always be groups claiming one year is more significant than another, it's all just superstition, why would anyone in their right mind allow an ancient superstition affect their lives.
Originally posted by SLAYER69
reply to post by Xcalibur254
Thanks for reminding me.
Wasn't this disputed image supposedly also there once upon a time? Apparently if it existed at all it was supposedly destroyed during WW-II, If it's related then the Codex was speaking about a previous calamity IMO..
The Mexican archaeology institute says that a second possible reference has been found to a date in December 2012 as the end of a 5,200-year Mayan calendar cycle after which "the cosmos is regenerated". Reportedly the glyph in question is carved into the back of a brick found in ancient temple ruins - suggesting that it was a hidden secret, not meant to be seen
Of the approximately 15,000 registered glyphic texts discovered so far in different parts of the Maya area, in only two inscriptions is there mention of 2012: Monument 6 at Tortuguero, and a fragment found at Comalcalco, Tabasco, archaeological sites relatively close together.
...The Comalcalco glyph, probably inscribed in the 7th century AD, is less commonly known and many experts doubt that it refers to December 2012 at all:
it might refer to the same point in a different 394-year-long "Baktun" during the present 5,200-year long count.
According to the Maya concept, every 13 baktunoob (which together account for 5,200 years) the cosmos is regenerated, completing a cycle of creation.