12202012 = 13 0.0.0.0.0 written comparison of Gregorian vs Mayan Calenders and then on the next day, 12212012 = 0.0.0.0.1 the same written dates, or
5125.6 years after the end of the last Mayan Calender, and the Gregorian calender was eventually agreed upon to begin 3114 years B.C. because that is
what it was believed to be the Beginning of the Mayan Calender, it should have been 5125 becoming 0 in their mind on the last 5125.6 year cycle that
ended on 12212012 also was in 3114 BC and became in written Mayan 00001 so it is not 2012, it is 3114 plus 2012 or 5125 which makes this 5126 or also
year one, as the current written date in Mayan Calender form is 0.0.0.1.0 (20 days after the Winter Solstice 2012.
the Mayan calender compared to the Gregorian is precisely 5125.6 years long or 13 Baktun so in 3114 BC they were actually at year 0 year zero or
rather 0001. which was 3114 years BC plus 2012 years , which ended at 5125.6 years long when their calender restarts to year 0 which occurred
12/21/2012 last year. So we are 5125.6 years from the beginning now, right at year 0, after exactly 5125 years, one Mayan cycle length of years which
ended and began with the sun being in the center of the big rift in the milky way galaxy which they call the tree of life, on the last winter
solstice, in the sky, since it was agreed upon to base the year on the beginning of the Mayan calender, you would call 3144 BC actually the beginning
of the Mayan calender because it was, but it was year 1.
Since then we are in year 5126 that is actually year one in the new cycle, and the beginning of years was not negative 3114 BC, it was positive 3114
from 0001 AD, (3114 years passed counting backwards to 0) meaning year 3114 and our 2012 make it 5125.6 again last year, making it year 1 as there is
no year 5126 (it has been 5126 years since the beginning/end of the last Mayan Baktun or calender period, and so really from 0001 AD we agree that
2012 years have passed and we are in year 2013, well also counting the 3114 years to BC that adds up to 5125.6 years, as you round up into the next
year,the calender begins and ends at once becoming year 00001. We are in year one. Or we could choose to call it not year two thousand and thirteen
but year five thousand one hundred and twenty six.
Mayan calender it starts back at 00001 and 0001 (this incorrectly, year 0001 AD was actually year 3115) to have been 2012 years ago, but that was
actually year 3114 and you ad our 2012 years you get l 5125.6 year cycle of the Mayan calender in what we call 3144 years of time before BC when WE
started over at 0001 but lets face it, its actually been EXACTLY 5125.6 years since 3114 BC to now, or 5125.6 years past the last beginning and end
of the Mayan calender , but since the Mayan calender actually ended in 2012, it really ended in year 5125.6 and since they wanted to base the
Gregorian calender on the guesstimated beginning of the Mayan calender they were year 0001 in 3114 BC, and we were in 5125 just last year, and there
is no 5126 , we are in year one , its 01/01/0001 , we are in year 1, on the Mayan calender on December 22 2012 the Mayan calender read 00001.
It is indefensible that the Gregorian calender was decided to be based on the beginning of the Mayan calender, then the beginning year was in fact
5126 years ago and that actually was the beginning of the Mayan calender, and began as it had before again at zero or rather year one, which is how it
is accounted for that 5 plus .07 of these cycles pass (and that every 26000 years these 5 cycles completed a circle and started over) and we just
passed the end, we went from 5125.6 years to 0 which they called year 1 not zero. so it has been 5125.6 years since the last restart of the Mayan
calender, and 2012 years since 0001 AD and 3114 BC does not count backwards, again, it goes forward, so it was year one, 0001 not -3114 , and there
for we just passed year 5125.6 which lined up precisely with what the Mayans said was in the sky this past 12/21/2012, but at year 5126 you would call
it year 0001, A great link below shows the planets lined up in the sky as compared to our Sun on the Mayans end date.
we can say that according to the Mayan calender, which we set out to line up with, that we are actually in year 5126 of time since 3114 BC, but that
we will claim this great important date with a fresh start, and change the current year in history to year 0001 or to think further that we are 1/2
way through their 26000 year calender, the same case could be made to choose to call it also what it actually is, year 13001 in their full circle
26000 year calender This year happens to line up perfectly not only with the cycle of our own Sun as compared to its place in the Milky Way, but with
their beliefs on the beginning to Mankind achieving a Golden Age of spiritual peace and prosperity in the next coming 13000 years, after a 13000 year
decline in these areas
Would we dare say year 13000 rather than starting the 5126 over to 0001, because that is a long time in the future whether they choose to start over
at 5126 or call int 18126 in another 5126 years ending another full cycle of the Mayan Calender. Its year 0001 if we want, or its year 13001, but it
isn't 2012.
some good references about the Mayan calender mathematics and astrology below
Mayan Calender Explained in 360s
Astronomy of Mayan Calender on last winter Solstice
In summation we are more truly in the Gregorian sense, in year 0001, year 5126 or year 13001 when based on the beginning of the Mayan Calender, based
on the date of 12/21/2012 and the planets not only Venus and Mars, but Mercury and Pluto in plain sight of this same center Galatic Rift, and if you
have read this post as well as the links technically you have just traveled forward and backward in time if you to think this makes sense, until we
change the date to something that is really based on the Gregorian calender, not on the birth of someone, but on what the accepted Gregorian calender
is claimed to be based off, an accurate accounting for the beginning of the Mayan Calender, time, in most physical equations is not yet defined
unequivocally. The links have pictures if that helps also.
edit on 9-1-2013 by AlchemistSwami because: Sumation