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Originally posted by xxshadowfaxx
I would like to bring something to everyones attention... When you are calculating your percentages of the months weeks days hours and seconds... please remember that you are using 360 as your base number. not 365.25, because we are talking about the degrees of a circle, not the days of the year.... we can then convert it into days of the year after you have figure out what degree it really is. This is very important, because all the ancient calendars used a 360 day year, and not only that, the crop circle itself is round. It is a circle.
Even when tracking time itself, 60 second, 60 minutes.... 360, the math flows perfectly with these numbers.The mayan calendar was totally done with a 360 day year calendar.... According to the mayan calendar we are currently in the year 2087, but when converted back into our calendar, it is really 2012.
According to my calculations, the day that is given in the crop circle, is november 24/ 25 . ... that is the date I get when its converted into our calendar. Using 90% for the calculation....
However there is one other thing, that could be interesting.... I did that calculation using just the 90% which means 328 days into the year, 365 - 328, = 37, which puts november 25th as the date.... however, if the polar clock is just telling us the month, then it is point at december, because if its going by a 360 day year, then the month ends at the end of november. Then you add the three weeks onto that, because the polar clock goes on to count the weeks, so that brings us directly to the time frame of dec 21st, 2012. From that point on we can keep doing this math and come up with the exact hour and minute. There is something to this, we just need to think outside the box and use that 360 day year as our base.
edit on 21-11-2012 by xxshadowfaxx because: (no reason given)edit on 21-11-2012 by xxshadowfaxx because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by stirling
Theres nothing gonna happen on 2012 anyways......
According to MY channelled information, its ALL due to go down in 2o13!
Originally posted by ProphetOfZeal
I just made this real quick. What do you guys think?
Originally posted by randyvs
I don't mean to take anything away from the amazing work OP has done on this. But I have to ask if this were a message from some where?
Why wouldn't they just write something like? Hey people of earth, incoming !. That way they'd know we wouldn't make a mistake like Aug 4th you know ? Less wires to cross.
Stereologist.... You are very uneducated in how the mayan long count calendar works. They absolutely used a 360 day, year calendar. It breaks down like this
So as you can see, everything is broken down into 20 parts, or 360 parts.
The math is perfect when done using these numbers. Everything rounds off perfectly, and divides into itself perfectly. It doesn't get more perfect. The minute we throw 365.25 into the mix, thats when it gets hard, and thats where the confusion comes from. Every calculation regarding the ancients must be done using the 360 day calendar.
no one has ever taken responsibility for a crop circle before. And if they have, they haven't been able to replicate it. Crop circles have long since been a mystery, and most of them are far to complicated for humans do in the amount of time they are done.
Originally posted by Chadwickus
reply to post by ProphetOfZeal
Here's December 21st 2012 00:11.38 on the polar clock I just downloaded on my iPhone:
You can do the same to verify if you like.
Looks nothing like the crop circle
edit on 20/11/12 by Chadwickus because: (no reason given)
Im sorry, but they must be very bright people to make such crop formations, im sure some people would have a hard time drawing such structures and geometric shapes on a piece of paper let alone in a farm....on this scale?....
these arent just any images sir.....they have meaning.....a polar clock has a purpose its not just some fancy circular arcs