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Message From The Pleiades Polar Clock Crop Circle Response from Pleiadians. mantondrove2012a Very soon the skies will be filled with our ships, universal law will prevail. Tyranny with fall this is what the August date in the Polar Clock crop circle eludes too. This process has been underway for quite some time. The Pleiadians gave the Mayans their calendar as Mayan Elders have revealed. The Pleiadians have more genetic stock here on Earth than any other Star Nation. They will be in charge of the restoration process of Earth along with the other 12 main Star Nations and councils with the help of others who have joined the cause yet this does not mean we can sit on our asses and not be a part of this change. We must rise to the occasion, be frequency-specific to the new Earth and adjust to the new energies if we are going to stay.
Originally posted by Zcustosmorum
This is very fascinating stuff but sorry to put a dampener on it, what if the crop circle in the OP is just another fake? Just saying, but it could be
Originally posted by humphreysjim
If only the crop circle really did point to December 21st.
And if only those other symbols really were identical.
And if only these polar clocks really were showing up everywhere.
If only...you might then have a topic worthy of serious discussion, instead of a bunch of tenuous links that are more amusing than interesting.edit on 21-11-2012 by humphreysjim because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by ISeekTruth101
reply to post by prevenge
Time zones would be irrelevant to this clock....because the clock is giving you a time and date......so which ever part of the world reaches that date first......the event would start......thats how we all watch the same live boxing pay per view at the same time around the world.
Originally posted by xxshadowfaxx
When you convert the 360 to 365.25, that 323, goes to 328, which is much closer to the beginning of december. If you use 12 x 30, you get 360, so they used 12 30 day months, with 5 extra days which they counted in a different cycle. That is how the ancients did it.
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
1 kin = 1 day
1 uinal = 1 kin x 20 = 20 days
1 tun = 1 kin x 360 = 360 days
1 ka-tun = 1 tun x 20 = 7200 days
1 bak-tun = 1 ka-tun x 20 = 144,000 days
1 pictun = 1 bak-tun x 20 = 2,880,000 days
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.
The Haab' comprises eighteen "months" of twenty days each, plus an additional period of five days ("nameless days") at the end of the year known as Wayeb' (or Uayeb in 16th C. orthography).
There are at least two inscriptions with periods of 1508 Haab from Palenque which equates to 1507 tropical years, or 550420 days. This gives the Maya approximation to the tropical year at being 365.2422 days, being more accurate than the Gregorian Year currently used across the world today. 1508 Haab also incorporates 29 full Calendar Rounds, and two codices, the Codex Laud and Codex Mexicanus also records the 1508 Haab intervals.
Wayeb' The five nameless days at the end of the calendar, called Wayeb', were thought to be a dangerous time. Foster (2002) writes "During Wayeb, portals between the mortal realm and the Underworld dissolved. No boundaries prevented the ill-intending deities from causing disasters." To ward off these evil spirits, the Maya had customs and rituals they practiced during Wayeb'. For example, people avoided leaving their houses or washing or combing their hair.
The Maya calendar consists of several cycles or counts of different lengths. The 260-day count is known to scholars as the Tzolkin, or Tzolk'in in the revised orthography of the Academia de las Lenguas Mayas de Guatemala. The Tzolk'in was combined with a 365-day vague solar year known as the Haab' to form a synchronized cycle lasting for 52 Haab', called the Calendar Round. Smaller cycles of 13 days (the trecena) and 20 days (the veintena) were important components of the Tzolk'in and Haab' cycles, respectively. The Calendar Round is still in use by many groups in the Guatemalan highlands.