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Posts Tagged ‘2012 and the Mayan calendar’

12-21-2012: The Truth About The Mayan Calendar

Monday, December 17th, 2012
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Just as our modern calendar begins anew every January 1st, there are cycles in the Mayan calendar that begin anew every 144,000 days (394.52 years) and even every 1,872,000 days (5125.37 years).

There’s nothing to fear. It’s just a transition period. There was a lot of hysteria in Europe on the eve of the year 1000 AD and also worldwide on the eve of the year 2000 AD, but nothing significant occurred (at least nothing sudden or dramatic on 1-1-1000 or 1-1-2000).

Noteworthy universal changes have always occurred and will continue to occur, whether it’s the shift to 500 AD, 1700 AD, 2000 AD, or 3000 AD. The cusp period covers about 25% of each major segment of time (end and beginning), such as a century. For instance, 1975 AD to 2025 AD includes a 25% transition cusp that covers the end of one century and the beginning of the next. It’s magnified with the millennium changeover.

Though you shouldn’t worry about the end of the world, my belief is that greater than average numerological and, or astrological shifts do occur and that the transition periods from one major phase to the next, as symbolized in select ancient and modern calendars can be rough going.

You jump in the water and it’s a shock at first, but you get used to it. That’s what has happened with the modern calendar’s turn of the century and millennium, in conjunction with the starting over of the Mayan calendar.

The Modern Calendar and Uniqueness of Your Personal Charts

As time marches on, I believe the ensuing transitions are part of a cosmic evolution that everyone is connected to. The modern, universal calendar isn’t arbitrary in its origins and is intimately, emblematically linked to unique personal cycles of time that everyone transits through. More information here, along with information about how our modern calendar is more accurate than the Mayan calendar.

Considering that a specific date like 7-7-2007 or 11-11-2011 can represent great rewards for one person, but steep challenges for the next, it’s strongly advised to focus on the relationship between the patterns in a person’s comprehensive astrology and numerology charts and a calendar date, instead of the calendar date exclusively.

12-12-12 and the Mayan Calendar

The date December 12, 2012 has been associated with December 21, 2012, the end of the Mayan calendar. There is a connection, and it has to do with the number 3. 12-12-2012 is similar to 12-21-2012 in that they are both 3-3-5. 12 reduces to 1+2=3, 21 reduces to 2+1=3, and 2012 reduces to 2+0+1+2=5.

12-12-12 is believed to be the last of the series of three repeating number dates (1-1-1, 2-2-2, 3-3-3, 4-4-4, 5-5-5, etc.), but on a numerological level it isn’t.

The number 12 within the date 2012 is a sub-factor; from a numerological perspective, it’s far less important than the number 5, the fadic addition sum of 2+0+1+2. After all, the actual current year is 2012, not 12.

December 12, 2012 is actually 12-12-5.

The next full 12-12-12 is December 12, 2019 (2019 = 2+0+1+9 = 12).

In comprehensive numerological charting, there exist dozens of indicators that are derived from the month, day, and year. It’s very possible that dates without the number 12 as a month, day, or year can symbolically possess more 12-energy than dates with a 12 month, day, and, or year. However, I do believe that dates such as 11-11-2009, 11-11-2011, 11-11-2018, 12-12-2012, and 12-12-2019 include exceptional symbolism.

I offer my viewpoint on the 12-12-2012 phenomenon in this ABC News article.

Ignore the hype surrounding the Mayan calendar and 12-21-2012; it’s a perpetual calendar and it must start over at some point. See this blog post for 7 myths about the Mayan calendar.

Copyright © 2012 Scott Petullo

2012 End Times Movement: 5 Red Flags to Watch For

Tuesday, December 27th, 2011
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Much has been said about 2012 being a monumental year of cosmic proportions.

Universal shifts of various magnitudes have been occurring since the beginning of time. More on universal shifts is included in the first 5 paragraphs of this blog post:

Nothing extraordinary happened on 11-11-2011, and 2012 won’t include any “dramatic universal spiritual shifts” either. Please see information about 2012 and the Mayan Calendar here:

2012 will, however, include more talk of “end times,” “the shift,” and other hype.

These 5 red flags, sample excerpts (or similar enough) of the 2012 hysteria movement, display the mythological nature (and creepily socialistic underpinnings) of it all:

  1. “Powerful, extraordinary astrological occurrences take place in 2012 and they will bring us all closer together as one.”
    (false on both counts)
  2. “Your cosmic awareness is now expanding in over-drive and you are destined to join the movement to help it come about.”
    (false, and false)
  3. “The time has come for social justice.”
    (a purely politically correct, misleading, anti-American, socialist, wealth-distribution political agenda—such mandates are often a driving force behind movements like “shift 2012,” ensnaring the naïve and aggrieved)
  4. “The time has come for economic justice for the victims of man-made global warming.”
    (another economically destructive, socialist wealth-distribution scheme)
  5. “The global shift is speeding up, we must abandon unsustainable methods and heal the people and the planet, and everyone on Earth must assist with this breakthrough in playing your unique role to make the shift successful so that we can manifest our cosmic destinies.”
    (poetic prose drones on, and then they expect you to buy an expensive e-course and, or seminar)

You manifest your fate by following your heart and working toward your aspirations, not by lining the pockets of the 2012 hype crowd, or worse, helping to advance destructive political agendas.

By all means, feel free to step into an exciting future, but just make sure to avoid wasting time on “2012 shift” or other propaganda.

“Pay no attention to the man behind the curtain!”
― L. Frank Baum, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz

Copyright © 2011 Scott Petullo

2012 and the Mayan Calendar–7 Myths

Friday, March 26th, 2010
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Remember “Y2K”? Consider the noise surrounding 2012 and the Mayan calendar to be similar.

The alarmists and poetic New Age opportunists who promote their tall tales while tugging at your heart strings with “heart-centered” communications will move on to other things in 2013.

Yet another correction in the financial markets will probably take place in 2012, along with extreme weather conditions around the globe and other calamities, but none of it will be any more out of the ordinary than any other year over the past several thousand. Even if E.T.s landed on the White House lawn in 2012, it wouldn’t have anything to do with the Mayan calendar.

Do yourself a favor and refuse to accept feel-good prose mixed with half-truths and outright myth as fact. Escapism and Hollywood-esque science fiction isn’t “spiritual,” it’s just a means for profit for the New Age snake-oil salespeople while taking you on a ride to nowhere.

We highly recommend fact-checking everything in films/books centered on 2012 and the Mayan calendar. Stories of catastrophe and doom sell and there’s a huge market for such misinformation.

The Mayan calendar is a perpetual calendar, it had to end/start over again at some point, and it isn’t the most accurate calendar when you compare it to others throughout history.

December 21, 2012 is merely the first day of the Mayan calendar 13th “b’ak’tun” (144,000 day cycle), and when a new 5,125.37 year (1,872,000 days) cycle begins. Just as we begin our modern calendar (which is a more accurate time keeping system than the Mayan calendar: on January 1st, the longest cycle in the Mayan calendar starts anew every 5125.37 years.

7 Myths surrounding 2012 and the Mayan calendar:

1. The New Age 2012 authorities speak of “transcending many of the worst prophecies already…” (and if you buy their next book and attend their seminars, you can transcend the others too).

2. The “future of humanity” is not at stake and there is no “critical crossroads, evolutionary jump and shift in consciousness, and radical transformation,” in connection with the Mayan calendar and 2012.

Humans have always been spiritually progressing for eons, and everyone’s evolution is unique and transpires at various rates. For some, the year 2012 may be a very important year, for others not at all. And that goes also for the years leading up to and following 2012.

Additionally, as humanity moves beyond each decade, century, and millennium as reflected in our modern calendar, there always have been and always will be adjustments and shifts of varying degrees (e.g., year 999 to 1000 AD): they are gradual, and represent different things to everyone depending on their unique personal charts.

3. The Mayan calendar (Tzolkin) has not predicted “…every eclipse (and other astrological phenomenon),” as some 2012 exploiters claim.

4. There is no “galactic alignment, occurring for the first time in 26,000 years.” At this time, Earth is approximately 30,000 light years from the center of the Milky Way Galaxy. Also, viewed from Earth, the Sun will only appear to be in the center of the Milky Way, and this “alignment” happens every winter solstice (yawn).

5. Your “spiritual parameters” aren’t dissolving at this time (leading up to Dec. 2012) to allow you to “create the reality you want…” That’s just another false-hope-for-profit scheme.

6. “Everything” is not leading up to 2012 and things are not “coming to a head.” The magnetic fields aren’t weakening, the Sun has not “already lost its poles,” and the Earth’s poles aren’t melting any more than at any other time in recorded history.

7. The Mayans said nothing about disaster and doom, financial or otherwise in relation to 2012. The recent financial crisis has nothing to do with the Mayan calendar and 2012–it’s an extremely tenuous link.

Prediction is all about pattern recognition. In order to establish a reliable pattern you have to note every time there is a significant, regular juncture in the cycle. In this case, the Mayan calendar, it’s every 144,000 days (394.3 yrs. in our modern calendar), or every 5,125.37 years for the longest Mayan calendar cycle.

However, you must look at multiple cycles/indicators (Scott relies on over 500 in his systems of analysis) to get reasonable accuracy rates, in particular how the universal cycles relate to you personally (personal cycles).

At the start of each 144,000 day/394.3 yr. Mayan cycle, you’ll find these years in our modern calendar (besides 2012), going back in time: 1618; 1224; 830; 435; 41, etc.

Notice that none of those years coincide with any of the most significant financial crises in recorded history, as outlined below?

*Tulip craze/collapse of mid 1600s
*South Sea Company craze/collapse early 1700s
*Railway mania bubble in mid 1800s
*Stock market crash of 1929
* crash of 2000-2001
*Mortgage/credit crisis 2008/2009

(The Great Railroad Bubble is one of history’s worst financial collapses: Speculators in Britain spent more than 25% of GDP, the equivalent of $4 Trillion today.)

It could very well be that we’ll see another financial markets/credit collapse in the near future (e.g., 2016/2017); everything is cyclical, including boom to bust financial cycles, and they have nothing to do with the Mayan calendar.

The 2012 story-tellers who exploit an impressionable audience’s thirst for escapism should be seen for what they are: myth propagators and profiteers.

We believe that end of the world scenarios and Mayan “prophesy” that promises ruin and transformation for all of humanity are 100% entertainment. It’s deplorable that so much New Age content is full of fabrications and falsehoods. It’s just an opiate for the uninformed and adds to the colossal body of evidence that exposes the bulk of the New Age industry as a racket.

“…(the interpretation of 2012 as a doomsday or ‘cosmic-shift’ event is) a complete fabrication and a chance for a lot of people to cash in.”
Sandra Noble, executive director of the Mesoamerican research organization

“There is no serious scholar who puts any stock in the idea that the Maya said anything meaningful about 2012.”
David Stuart, director of the Mesoamerica Center at the University of Texas at Austin

Copyright © 2010 Scott Petullo, Stephen Petullo