posted on Jan, 29 2013 @ 07:23 AM
Originally posted by Xcalibur254
reply to post by anon72
Just so there's no confusion, the image of the "calendar" is actually Aztec in origin. It's known as the Sun Stone and it's purpose is still
unknown. Last I read most researchers leaned toward it being a religious altar.
I've been doing my own research on the sunstone and think I have its purpose. It is incredibly accurate at predicting earthquakes giving their
location as well. It's quite simple really: for reasons we are only just starting to understand, the interaction between Jupiter, Saturn and the
Earth causes seismic activity here on our planet. It is something to do with gravity sleeves which at certain times go out of kilter affecting not
only the Earth but the sun as well. When Earth passes between Saturn and Jupiter we get high magnitude earthquakes. The last was 11 March 2011 - the
Japanese tsunami. When Earth, Saturn and Jupiter "almost" form a right-angled triangle, again there are earthquakes. The declination of Jupiter
and Saturn resolve into latitude and longitude components.
The sunstone seems to take the legwork out of doing nasty calculations. By simply taking an astronomy map of the planets on the ecliptic circle,
placing the stone over the top and pointing the big arrow at the top towards the sun, you can read off the symbols at the points where Jupiter and
Saturn lie. The Japanese tsunami registered as "flower/flourishing" and "water". The Kobe earthquake pointed to House(=earthquake) and Flint for
purifying (=destructive). Count the little "fives" on the inside and the larger groups of ten on the outside to get the location: latitude is from
the equator, longitude is from Mexico City.
So far I have reconstructed over 50 earthquakes flawlessly which seems pretty conclusive to me. Next I am going to look at storms like Katrina and
Sandy as it seems to be able to do those too for the same reasons.
As I say, our science is only just starting to catch up and until it does nobody will take this seriously which is a shame because it could save
lives. I'm not an Aztec "expert" so I doubt Mesoamerican academics will give it the time of day
Anyhow, just thought I would share.
Before I go, a couple of significant predictions: 7 August 2014, Northern Australia: "Total destruction evenly across the board" and 17 November
2014 in the S Pacific Ocean: "Total death/flood". Both will be more sizeable than the Sumatra Tsunami in 2004 which only got a "Raining