posted on Nov, 21 2012 @ 01:51 PM
I didn't think I'd have to explain this... I thought people here understood it a little better.
I use the long count calendar, because that is what the mayans used to track cycles of something. It's not years they were tracking, they were
tracking something universal, they tracked some sort of major cycle that doesn't occur very often, and this big cycle does indeed end on dec 21,
2012. You use the long count to see when the cycle will end, using 360 day years. Then once you have the appropiate number of days, you then convert
it into the 365.25, day year. I know that the mayan Haab calendar had a 365 day year, i know it was more accurate than the calendar we use today.
But the mayans did not use that calendar to track these cycles. So you must do all calculations using the long count calendar. Just like this polar
clock, it uses a 360 degree count. Even the zodiac itself, measures ages using 360 degrees, one age is approx 30 degrees, just like one month is
approx 30 degrees. 12 months, 12 ages..... Are we seeing a similarity here?
the polar clock, the mayan long count, the zodiac, are all the same thing. They all tracked the great year cycle of the precession of the equinoxes,
and the shift of the ages.
About this polar clock, its not the actual circles you need to count, its whats remaining that you need to count.
When you see a circle, such as the month circle, thats taken out approx 11 months, then there is 1 month remaining. When you see the days, and see
that about 30% remains, then you can see clearly, that only 30% of the week will be remaining.
The same goes with the weeks circle.... Look at it and tell me that 3/4 of it isn't green. 1/4 is empty, suggesting that there is one week remaining
in the month.
so with 11 months gone, we have december remaining.
with three weeks gone, we have dec 21st remaining
with 70 % of that week gone, we get a thursday / friday area (depending on when the week actually starts according to them) Its only sunday for us
because of christianity.
I'm not going to bother with the the hours and minutes, but the hour is almost a full circle. Suggesting late in the evening, which could very well
mean late thursday / early friday.