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December 21st, 2012 A.D. ( in the Long Count)

Ok this is part one if you will ……..

The date December 21st, 2012 A.D. ( in the Long Count), represents an extremely close conjunction of the Winter Solstice Sun with the crossing point of the Galactic Equator (Equator of the Milky Way) and the Ecliptic (path of the Sun), what that ancient Maya recognized as the Sacred Tree. This is an event that has been coming to
resonance very slowly over thousands and thousands of years. It will come to resolution at exactly 11:11 am GMT.

NOTE: The astronomer Philip Plait has stated very clearly that the Mayan calendar does not end in 2012 at all, that it is like the odometer on your car, as each section of the odometer reaches 9 and then clicks over to 0, the next number to it starts a new cycle, so that when all the numbers again reach 0 all the way across the odometer – the last number will change from 1 to 2 and the new cycle starts all over again.

“The eclipse is the path traveled by the sun, moon, and planets through the sky. Twelve constellations lie along the ecliptic, and the sun passes through all twelve during the course of one year. The ecliptic cross over the Milky Way at a 60 degree angle near the constellation Sagittarius. As such, it forms a cross with the Milky Way, and this cosmic cross was called the Sacred Tree by the ancient Maya. (The cross form was also known as the “crossroads.” Amazingly, the center of this cosmic cross, that is right where the ecliptic crosses over the Milky Way is exactly where the December solstice sun will be in A.D. 2012. This alignment occurs only once every 25,800 years.

With this particular context in mind, we are now prepared to examine more closely the reasons why the Winter Solstice in the year 2012 is so important. In the Mayan long count calendar a cycle of 5,200 years ends on this date, and it just so happens that it also points to a rare astronomical alignment. In fact this alignment only happens once every 26,000 years.

The auspicious year of 2012 indicated in the long count calendar illuminates the fact that the Precessional movement of the Winter Solstice Sun will gradually bring its position into alignment with the very center of our Galaxy.

For the Maya, this is like the last stroke of Midnight on New Year’s Eve, only in 2012 the New Year is the New Galactic Year of 26,000 solar years. The Galactic Clock will be at zero point and a New Precessional Cycle will begin.

Precession is the change in the direction of the Earth’s axis of rotation relative to the fixed stars, with a period of roughly 26,000 years. This gyroscopic motion is due to the tidal forces exerted by the sun and the moon on the solid Earth, associated with the fact that the Earth is not a perfect sphere but has an equatorial bulge. The sun and moon contribute roughly equally to this effect. In addition, the orbital ellipse itself precesses in space (anomalistic precession), primarily as a result of interactions with Jupiter and Saturn. This orbital precession is in the opposite sense to the gyroscopic motion of the axis of rotation, shortening the period of the precession of the equinoxes with respect to the perihelion from 26,000 to 21,000 years.

two calendars were based on 260 days and 365 days respectively, the whole cycle would repeat itself every 52 Haab’ years exactly. This period was known as a Calendar Round. The end of the Calendar Round was a period of unrest and bad luck among the Maya, as they waited in expectation to see if the gods would grant them another cycle of 52 years.

The cult of Cygnus is integrally related to the shamanic process of entering the sky-world (heaven if you like) via a perceived sky-pole that terminates in something known to mythologists as the cosmic axis, synonymous with the north celestial pole. This is marked in the night sky by the Pole Star, or North Star, currently Polaris in Ursa Minor, although this is simply the latest in a series of pole stars which feature during the Earth’s 26,000-year precessional cycle. As the perceived guardian of the entrance to the sky-world, Cygnus as the cosmic bird, positioned at the most northerly extent of the Milky Way, is at the heart of ancient cosmologies and religions worldwide. It has been a major influence on the design and orientation of sacred architecture, which, in addition to the megalithic monuments of Britain and Ireland, includes the Pyramids of Giza, the ancient effigy mounds of the United States, as well as various ancient temples in Mexico, Peru and India.

n the knowledge that ice cores extracted from both Greenland and Antarctica have revealed that there was an enormous increase in comic rays c.15,000-12,000 BC made me strongly suspect that Cygnus’s X-3’s production of cosmic rays might easily have been responsible for causing subtle changes in both human behavior and evolution in Late Palaeolithic times, the impetus eventually for the Neolithic explosion in Upper Mesopotamia towards the end of the last Ice Age, c. 9500-9000 BC, and finally the rise of civilization. It was a unique and very bold assertion, and then in December 2005 an American scientific think tank known as the Meinel Institute announced that it too now believed that a binary star, a so-called blazar, producing powerful jets of cosmic rays was responsible for a rapid acceleration in evolution towards the end of the last Ice Age. Moreover, it has emerged that as early as 1995, British anthropological writer Denis Montgomery outlined his own belief that cosmic rays from the Cygnus region were responsible for sudden changes in human behaviour during the Upper Palaeolithic age. It is a powerful story told for the first time in THE CYGNUS MYSTERY.

Life on earth seeded?

Louis Godfrey of the School of Pure and Applied Physics at the Mahatma Gandhi University in Kottayam, Kerala, conducted tests on the red rain. He confirmed that the microscopic particles are indeed living cells (see picture), which although very similar to those of blood, bear a quite different appearance and also come alive and even divide in ‘hostile’ environments such as oil. This information was finally reported in 2006 not within some new age journal or on a UFO website, but in a scientific paper that was published in a peer-reviewed journal (see The story is also being followed closely by NEW SCIENTIST magazine

The red cells from the red rain of Kerala.

life on earth was seeded by spores arriving on meteors, asteroids or comets, while flu epidemics, they wrote, are also likely to be of extraterrestrial origin, having arrived here in a similar manner. Once the meteor brakes up, the spores are left behind in the upper atmosphere. They are eventually drawn downwards by thermal currents rising up and over high mountain ranges, which then take them down on to the plains of surrounding countries. It was probably under very similar conditions that the cellular matter that emerged from the exploding meteor fell as red rain over Kerala in 2001.

Dr Wickramasinghe and his team have now determined that the red cells contain DNA, although it is of a type not recognized at present. They are now running further tests designed to better identify the DNA in order to decide whether or not it is of terrestrial or extraterrestrial origin. I sense we are getting close to a dramatic revelation indeed, and one which is going to have enormous ramifications for religion and philosophy.

Read Divine Plan and Galactic Alignment
by John Major Jenkins
this is a small part….

“For billions of years the earth has lived its life in an ocean of many different cosmic cycles, some large and some small. The basic metaphor for all cyclic processes is the day-night cycle of 24 hours. Midnight is the moment of greatest darkness and is the nexus that divides the death of the previous day from the birth of the new day. From this moment, the light begins to increase. At midnight, maximum darkness is reached and the new day begins to dawn. But it will take 1ž4 of the full day-night cycle before the light of the sun breaks free from the horizon, corresponding to 6 a.m. At that moment night has ended and the period of daylight commences. Noon occurs another 1ž4 cycle later, and is the moment of maximum daylight. After 12 noon, the darkness principle then begins to take over. Another quarter cycle later, at 6 p.m., the sun descends below the horizon and becomes hidden. Darkness rules and consciousness sleeps. At midnight the cycle begins again. This metaphor helps us understand the manifestation of the Divine Plan on earth, but human spiritual unfolding occurs in a cycle that is much larger than the day. The largest earth-cycle that human beings can become aware of is the precession of the equinoxes, a period of 26,000 years. Caused by the slow wobbling of the earth on its axis, this is the Platonic Year, and like the day it also has its dark and light sides.

According to traditional doctrines, the earth experiences periods of increasing spiritual darkness and periods of increasing spiritual light. The two doorways into these different phases are called the “solstice gateways.” The two solstices of the year are like noon and midnight. The doctrine of the World Ages is found in many traditions, including cosmologies found in the ancient Vedic and Mayan civilizations. In the yuga doctrine of ancient India, humanity experienced a Golden Age of light over 12,000 years ago. But the spiritual light began to fade and humanity moved through successive World Ages, each one darker than the last. Today, we are now at the end of Kali Yuga, the darkest age. In the day metaphor, this period from the Golden Age to the end of the Darkest Age corresponds to the period from noon to midnight. It is the period when darkness is increasing. The key to understanding the larger light-dark cycle is this: the ancient World Age doctrine is based upon the precession of the equinoxes. There are approximately 13,000 years of increasing darkness and 13,000 years of increasing light.”


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