Mayan Explanation Of What Will Go Down On December 21, 2012!

Ac Tah, of the Mayan people, gave a talk in Santa Monica last month. In this excerpt, he speaks about what is happening around December 21st 2012 and it's significance to the world

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Not an appropriate website but i just had to share this. I couldn't stand 2 minutes of it.

Comment by Emperor Milos on November 16, 2012 at 12:58pm

Oh, I call such bullshit on this!

Does this guy honestly think that the top scientists in the world are so stupid that they would willingly destroy our planet to find the "proton proton"? Come on...

Comment by James Cox on November 16, 2012 at 1:31pm

Sadly, another pile of crap, added to the overly tall pile of crap concerning 12/21.

Smart people can do the darned things, but this seems unlikely. I'll take 12/21 as just a nother day surrounded by nuttyness. My family will be getting a horse out of this non-event, our cousin is heading off to the hills and selling their stuff. Oh well...

Comment by Ward Cressin on November 16, 2012 at 2:04pm

My 1st time trying to watch I had to stop the BS at 56 seconds. My second time I got to a little past 3 minutes. While I'm not a physicist, I had been studying to be one through my early college years and the pile of BS in those 1st 3 minutes makes it improbable that I can ever watch more of it. To list the things wrong just in those 1st 3 minutes would take several paragraphs and isn't worth it.

While Wikipedia isn't perfect, it is compared to what that guy was spouting. Go read up on Wiki rather than watch the video.

I was hoping he'd tell how it is just the end of one cycle of the Mayan calendar and the begining of another - which is the case. Instead he blathers on about stuff he obviously has no clue about. Sad.

Comment by Ed on November 17, 2012 at 10:29am

James,

Are you serious about your cousin? The willingness by some to believe these preposterous stories "blows my hair back!"

Comment by Jimmy Russell on November 17, 2012 at 11:18am

so a friend sent me something saying basically that there have been about 514 leap years since Caesar created it in 45bc.  Without the extra day every 4 years today would be July 28, 2013.  The Mayan calender did not account for leap year, so technically the world should have ended 7 months ago.  I havent fact checked this but on its face it seems likely. 

Comment by Jimmy Russell on November 17, 2012 at 11:19am

on a side note, the date given for the real current day is from when the original was generated.

Comment by James Cox on November 17, 2012 at 8:29pm

'Are you serious about your cousin?'

Sadly yes. There are only 5 people in my extended family with a college education, I am one of them. I tend not to go after crazy unless it affects I and my family. There is so much nutty already, that I sometimes have problems sorting it out! Our family has been indirectly affected by a horse gifting, which has made my wife very happy, but which implyed that I must build a horse barn. Now $400 into the construction of the barn, we are having problems finding someone to transport the horse 60 miles to our location, before it starts to snow, from a location that is about 1500ft above sea level, late November. I am tempted to consider that a 'cluster f--k' is now in operation! Sometimes my ability to model projects to generate solutions inplys that I am out of my depth...;p(.

I took a Pre-Columbian Philosophy class several years ago. We were lectured on the Mayan long count, which was to start a recycle on or about ?????. At the time of my readings, there seemed to no indication of a 'end of world' senario, just a calendar recycle. If people want the world to 'end', surely civilization has many other options, which have come and gone, but also might be in our potential futures. It seems doubtful that a special day need be set aside for the event, my day planner is mostly emthy at present..LOL  

When the horse shows up, I'll see if I can upload a picture. I am tempted to change the horse's name from 'Missy' to 'Omega'! With the thought that never again will I fall into a crap pile, created by the obcession/crazyness of another person. Yah, lots of luck with that. LOL

 

Comment by James Cox on November 17, 2012 at 8:37pm

As a humorous example to family and friends related to this issue I copy a letter to here:

"  there is actually an astronomical alignment of the planets they somehow knew had a cycle of 26,00 years. and yes actually in November. now the planets have come to a near perfect line up.  How the Mayans knew this and predicted this when their  civilization was only like less than 2,00 yrs. old is where the real claims of aliens instructing them came from-unless they were so unimaginably   studied they could extrapolate the alignment from their minuscule past observations.   However,the planets have taken thousands of years ratching into this alignment - so we have been feeling the effects for a long time and now as you can see in the world view the actual core and lay line electromagnetic activity is stimulated by this energizing alignment of gravity, and magnetic flow between all the planets.  Science can and has read high emanations from
the core which like sun spots affects us and the whole earth as well.  The earth and everyone feels this heightening frequency and as some would go crazy to hear a finger nail on a blackboard some folks find this energy painful and nerve wracking .  But, we can not change until the old is destroyed and make way for the new and that is always accompamied by panic and fear.  So, the best is yet to come-however you read this..'

See, in an environment of limited understanding, crazy has a field day!

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