reply to post by timeisonwhoseside
I have seen indications that his is why the powers that be keep this information to themselves.. but it could just be a rationalization.
Originally posted by TheKeyMaster
reply to post by NewAgeMan
It's isn't about making money.. it's about putting this information out in a form that is definitive and yet protect-able.. because if I don't someone else will.
It's called disinformation, and it is incredibly effective Especially when the people in power control all the media outlets.
Do you guys realize that I could post most the information on this site right now to prove this is real.. the only thing stopping me is copyright law..
Without that copyrighted information I cannot prove it.. do you see the importance of copyright now.. and why it is so difficult to navigate and how that could hinder me if I don't deal with it properly?edit on 11-12-2012 by TheKeyMaster because: (no reason given)
Precession is caused by the earth wobbling very slowly on its axis and shifts the position of the equinoxes and solstices one degree every 71.5 years. Because the sun is one-half of a degree wide, it will take the December solstice sun 36 years to precess through the Galactic equator (see diagram below).
The precise alignment of the solstice point (the precise center-point of the body of the sun as viewed from earth) with the Galactic equator was calculated to occur in 1998 (Jean Meeus, Mathematical Astronomy Morsels, 1997).
Thus, the Galactic Alignment "zone" is 1998 +/- 18 years = 1980 - 2016. This is "era-2012." alignment2012.com...
Jenkins claims he drew his conclusions about the location of the galactic equator from observations taken at above 11,000 feet (3,400 m), an altitude that gives a clearer image of the Milky Way than Maya had access to. Furthermore, since the Sun is half a degree wide, its solstice position takes 36 years to precess its full width. Jenkins himself notes that even given his determined location for the line of the galactic equator, its most precise convergence with the center of the Sun already occurred in 1998, and so asserts that, rather than 2012, the galactic alignment instead focuses on a multi-year period centred on 1998. en.wikipedia.org...