reply to post by BELIEVERpriest
Part 2: The Tri-phased End Dates of the Mayan Calendar.
In the previous part, I touched upon the Hebrew/Greek meter, and identified the years 874 AF and 6124 AF as the initiation and final termination of
the 5250 year Lamechian countdown. Now I will shed light on 12/21/2012 and what the date really meant.
The original text of the Bible discloses a calendar consisting of 12 months of 30 days. This is derived from the flood account in Gen 7, and the 1260
days of the Book of Revelation. This 360 day calendar starts and ends on the vernal equinox. Most of the references to the New Moon as the beginning
of the month is a mistranslation. Rosh Kodesh simply means head of the month, not building of the moon. Observance of the New Moon as Rosh Kodesh did
not occur in Israel until the Babylonians enslaved them. The lunisolar calendar that most Jews observe today is only 354 to 355 days long. This
incongruency with the solar year requires that a 13th intercalary month must be added every 2 or 3 years to keep the Holy Days in season. The bible
never makes any mention of a 13th month. Infact the bible mentions David appointing 2 generals to over see the Hebrew military for each
month...totalling to 24 generals for 12 months, never 26 for 13 months.
So, why does the Bible provide a 360 day calendar when our year is 365.25 days long? Well, I believe that prior to the Great Flood, earth only had a
360 day orbital period around the Sun. Perhaps the Moon had a 30 day month rather than the present 29.5 day month. If you take an average of the Solar
and Lunar year, the result is a 360 day year. The time between the Lunar and Solar year is 10.5 days; the Moon being 5.25 days too fast and the Sun
being 5.25 days to slow. I believe this sudden change that accompanied the Great Flood occurred in the year 1656 AF on the Feast of Trumpets (roughly
9/16, or more properly the 1st day of the 7th month). The year 1656 AF is widely accepted by Jews as the year of the Great Flood, and is identified
as so by the Hebrew meter. So, God instructed the Jews to observe the solar circuit of the vernal equinox or tekuphah of 360+5.25 days rather than a
floating lunisolar calendar.
So, how does this pertain to 12/21/2012, you ask? Well the MSM (mainstream media) identifies the Mayan Calendar as being 5200 or 5125 years long.
How can both values be accurate? If 5200 years of 360 days is counted against a 365.25 day year, the end result is about 5125 years of 365.25 days.
By fixating on the date 12/21/12, the MSM back counted 5125 years to the proposed start date of 8/11/3114 BC. This is fallacy in my opinion. The only
part of the MSM's assertions that I do agree with is that 12/21/12 was an important date to the Mayans. It was the final intercalary bench mark, not
the end. The only shred of evidence to staple down 12/21/12 as a benchmark is Pope Gregory's synchronization with 12/21/12, and the Illuminati's
fixation with the last 13 Katuns on the back of the US $1 Federal Reserve Note.
If you understand that the 5200 Mayan cycle is really part of the 5250 year Lamechian countdown of 105 (or 49+7+49) Jubilees, then all you have to do
is count back 5250 Solar circuits (whether 360 or 365.25 days) from 2016 or 6124 AF to arrive at Lamech's birth in 874 AF.
Why count back from 2016 rather than 2012? Because 13 Katuns of 20 years of 360 day years terminated on 12/21/12. But what about the extra 5.25 days
from each of those years. One katun is 20 years, so 13x20x5.25=1365 days (see Num 3:50 in the Bible). Therefore, 1365 days added to 12/21/12
terminates on 9/16/2016.
For the above reasons, I believe that the Mayans observed a 2100 day intercalary period at the end of each 144,000 day baktun (a baktun is 400 years
of 360 days). The numbers 2100 and 1365 are multiples of 105 (49+7+49 is a biblical pattern). Notice how both 144,000 and 2100 are based on Biblical
numbers, and they add together to make 400 years of 365.25 days.
So, if we use the MSM's formula of 5250 years of 360 days back to back, we would arrive at the end date of 10/22/1948 starting from Lamech's birth.
This is a far cry from 2012 and 2016. This is why I think the media has used an intercalary formula factoring in all those ignored days, then covered
their tracks by back counting 5125 years of 365.25 days from 2012 rather than 5250 Solar circuits from 2016. They are using a double standard to cook
It is widely understood that the Mayans had a multi-layered calendar of 260 day tzolkin + 100 days to complete the civil year + 5.25 days of shame to
complete the solar year. Therefore, it stands to reason that 10/22/48 was when the cycle would have ended had the flood never happened, 12/21/12 was
the final intercalary benchmark, and 9/16/2016 is the termination of the adjusted Lamechian cycle in its finality.
I would like the skeptics and critics to honestly consider this information. Many will say that there is no evidence of intercalary periods in the
Mayan civilization. I will quickly point out that most of their records have been destroyed. Is it coinsidence that these numbers perfectly dovetail
with the bible? I think not.
Coming attractions will illustrate how Pope Gregory had extensive knowledge of this Meso-American counting system, and a vested interest in creating a
new eutopian nation based on this knowledge...Ameruka the Land of the Feathered Serpent.
I will try to write more tomorrow, but I may not have time. Therefore, I may have to wait til next year. Lol. Happy New Year everyone.