Category Archives: Mayan Calendar and Astrology

2012 Mayan End Date: The Square Root of 1% for the Population of the United States

 “Reality is accelerating towards an unimaginable omega point. The universe ends in a singularity. It has been growing more singular, more complex, more unique, more novel, every passing moment since its burst into existence. And if that is true than we represent the kind of concrescence of Universal intent. We are not mere spectators, or a cosmic accident, or some side

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The Meaning of the Mayan Calendar End Date Within the Context of Modern Astrology

The Mayan Long Count Calendar was developed around 200 B.C.E. in Izapa, Mexico, using data calculated over hundreds of years. The Mayan Long Count start date according to scholars began on August 11th, 3114 B.C.E and the target end date will be on December 21st, 2012. The Mayan Long Count End Date (13.0.0.0.0 in the Long Count) represents the rare

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Mayan Solar Eclipses in 2012 – The Pleiades Star Cluster and the Serpent Constellation

There will be 2 Solar Eclipses in 2012 that involve the Pleiades star cluster. The first eclipse will occur on May 20th when the Sun and Moon at 0 Degrees of Gemini conjunct that fixed star Alcyone one of the 7 stars the compose the Pleiades. During the Spring Equinox – March 20th 2012, the shadows from the Sun cascaded

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Mayan Calendar Long Count End Date: 13.0.0.0.0

2012 is about the alignment of the Solstice Sun passes through the galactic equator the center of the Milky Way galaxy.  Our solar system, the Sol System, is located in our galaxy,  the Milky Way, at the outer reaches of the spiral arm, the Orion arm, and approximately 26,000 light-years from the center. As the Solar System, orbits the Milky

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