posted on Nov, 4 2012 @ 08:40 PM
I find it funny that when you take 25,920, and you divide it by 360, you get exactly 72....
The earth goes through 1 degree, every 72 years.... if each year is 360 days long.
This math is perfect with the zodiac, and perfect with the mayan calendar.
As soon as we add 365.25 into the mix, we screw it up, and it gets lost and confused.
the 360 day year makes everything so much simpler.
1 baktun = 144,000 days divided by 360, and you get 400 , of the 360 day years.
1,872,000 days is the length of the 13 baktuns which equals, 5200, of the 360 day years.
so it seems the complications come in when we use the 5200 years, on the current calendar system... we can't do it. we cannot add 5200 onto 3113BC,
because we get 2087AD but that is also wrong because we're crossing 365.25 with 360 day years....So what really needs to be done here, is to figure
out the difference between the years, and see how many 360 day years, have passed since 3113 BC....
So now I must admit that my 2087AD date is wrong because of the crossing of the calendars.
I would like to figure out the math, without crossing the calendars, of the 360 day years... I think this is very important to figuring this out.
The calculations will have to be done in days, and days only. Years are irrelevant.
The length of the cycle we are looking at is 1,872,000 days
So if we can start at augustt 11th, 3113BC as day one, what year would it be, 1,872,000 days into the future, using 360 day years? It would have to
be converted to our current calendar. seeing as we lose 5 days per year, every year, I can imagine there would be a big time difference after
1,872,000 days. Which is 5200, 360 day years. or 5125.24 days on our current calendar.
So using the math I have available, is it safe to say that 5200, 360 day years, equals, 5125.24 365.25 day years? If this is the case, then dec
21st 2012, is the date both calculations end.
The only real way to do this is to count the days from august 11th, 3113BC and see where you wind up 1,872,000 days into the future.
I have been doing math all day. After my initial post, I have revised several times, and while the 2087AD end date does sound plausible, I am
starting to see the flaws in the math regarding the crossing of the calendars, and the misinterpretations associated with it. We are definitely
dealing with 360 day years here, but the real question is, how does it convert to 365 day years, that is beyond my math skills for the time being,
I'm tired. But from what I can tell, they do fold back onto each other to both target the same day of dec 21,2012.