posted on May, 21 2012 @ 01:24 PM
Given that it is now the 22nd May 2012 here in Western Australia it seems appropriate to bring up an observation, since the 20th and 21st have now
come and gone:
Quick lesson, 360 degree circle (earth), divided by 24 hrs (1 day) = 15 degrees of longitude per hour. That is the basic premise for time zone
changes. Now GMT is, for this purpose near London, Greenwich to be precise and time is either +GMT or -GMT. For Example, Perth, Western Australia is
8hrs+ GMT, eg:Midnight 21st London = 8am 22nd Perth.
Now, bear in mind that as a celestial observer (Nautical terminology - not the ET) one may see, for example, an asteroid hit the earth in a moment in
"time". Humans would then record this time and date (if any survived) based upon the geographical location of the strike. Most historical records
reflect this method of recording.
So, if a prophecy/prediction date is set by the observer of said prophecy/prediction some "time" prior to an expected event, is it reasonable to
assume that the time and date given is the geographical location of the intended target of the vision/message and not the observers geographical
So, riddle me this:-
21/12/2012 - The date put our there by MSM (and more recently alternative news sources as well) over the past 20 years or so. The Mayan
civilization's calender, amongst other civilisations, appears to come full circle on this date and an apparent event will occur on this date. So if
at midnight on the 21st December 2012 when the clock ticks over can we here in West Aust sleep easy or do we have to wait until the rest of the planet
catches up, likewise if the event occurs at 0001hrs 21st December 2012 Perth time, it is still not the 21st December in many parts of the world. To
add to this conundrum Samoa is +13hours GMT and Hawaii is -10hours GMT and the international date line (west) is -12hours GMT (check it out on your
So, not counting the international date line, the time difference between Samoa and Hawaii is a "perceived" difference of 24hours - that leaves Zero
seconds for "Event" to occur globally on the 21st December 2012.
Remember GMT is the Zero hour and is counted as a single hour so from -13hrs through to +10hrs is 24 hours.
Throw the International date line into the mix and you have 25hrs difference globally.
Would appreciate someone else's take on this.
Feel free to now unleash fellow ATS'ers.