The Mayan Weather Calendar and the 2012 doomsday (jesusdzeus.com)
The memory I can access in the VR archives of the Mental Internet or the Akashik records
or the ‘Great Unconscious’ goes back millions of years, before the formation of the Asteroid
belt and, though it is very fragmentary, I am continuously improving and expanding it.
The first thing that I would like to stress is that doomsday writers and moviemakers are
reading too much and the wrong information into the Mayan calendar.
As you can see from my article on this Website, “A Synoptic History of Mankind”, the
Central American and Andean priesthood were survivors of the lower priesthood of
Atlantis. To these I would also add the Hopi that emigrated later North of the Rio Grande.
As lower priests they knew nothing about ‘galactic eclipses’ or ‘galactic alignments’, the
latter being quite frequent. They relied on naked eye observations. From these observations,
the Winter Solstice, Saturnia, the date of the longest night, would be a natural choice for the
end of the year, with 3 days later, December 25th, being the day of Solar rebirth, celebrated
as the birthday of Mithra and of Christ. (Jesus was born in August of 18 BCE).
The lower priesthood was responsible for the Agricultural or weather calendar. The Solar
Calendar, divided into twelve sectors or months, is the Administration calendar, used also
in Astrology. (Number 12 was chosen as the Administration number because 12 is the
number of perfect spherical symmetry: Twelve equal spheres can fit perfectly round a 13th
identical sphere; hence, the twelve members of the Planetary Administration Council, (the
‘Majestic 12’), the Greek dodecatheon, the twelve tribes of Israel, the twelve disciples of
Jesus and so on). The Astrological or Horoscope destinies are subconsciously controlled by
the Planet’s Administration through the overselves that godfather individual humans,
through embryonic and childhood programming. Astrology has nothing to do with the
mechanistic parameters of the celestial bodies like positions, emanations and so on.
Indicative of this is that, when the Spring Equinox Sun was at the first point of Aries, the
Administration switched from the Constellation Calendar to the Solar Calendar so that
today, though the Spring Equinox Sun has moved from the Constellation of Aries across
that of Pisces and is now entering Aquarius, the Zodiac cycle still starts with Aries on the
Spring Equinox. The Zodiac cycle is merely a time device like the clock and the calendar.
As I mention above, the Mayan calendar was an Agricultural or weather calendar. I will
try to explain how this was fixed and how its various cycles arise:
Before the Moon was brought to Earth, our planet’s surface was fairly level, without high
mountains and, due to Coriolis acceleration, continuous gale force western winds blew round
the Globe, with their direction streamlined more or less parallel to the equator. (We still have
the roaring forties and the jet stream beyond the latitudes of the atmospheric tides. In the
equatorial zone these western winds were much stronger than the roaring forties.) When
the Fifth planet of our Solar System was blown up, 72 million years ago, the splatter on the
weaker side of the crust of the planet cooled quickly to irregular shapes to form the belt of
Asteroids, whilst the bulk on the opposite side, which had time to become rounded before
solidifying, is our Moon, (with a few pieces breaking off the edges), which was steered here
after the destruction of the Fifth planet. The trajectory of approach crossed the equator at its
closest over the Indian Ocean, lifting more than 2000m thick lava above sea level to form an
island in the middle of the ocean, which drifted north to become the Decan plateau in India.
It should be elementary common knowledge (but obviously it is not) that, as the Sun and
Moon cause the tides in the Oceans they also cause similar effects in the Magma and the
Atmosphere. The Magma tides are two extremely high-pressure regions (due to confinement)
on diametrically opposite sides of the Globe, traveling west at about 1500 kmh, hammering
the tectonic plates from underneath and causing, (together with the churning action of the
molten core), their shift and all subsequent upheavals of the Earth’s crust, earthquakes,
volcanoes and mountain formation. In the Atmosphere we have atmospheric tides traveling
westward at about 1600 kmh, which put the brakes on Coriolis and cause the rotation of the
air-masses, (high-pressure regions), in the two hemispheres in opposite directions, clockwise
in the north, anticlockwise in the south. Low-pressure regions, storms and tornadoes or
hurricanes spin in the reverse sense, like pinion gears.
Because of atmospheric tides, the height of the troposphere within the latitudes of
these tides is about 15 km and decreases to about 8 km beyond this zone.
Next to the Sun’s heating, atmospheric tides are the other major factor that decides the
weather. Atmospheric tides affect the high-pressure latitudes, depressions and airflows.
So, obviously, the weather calendar would be based on the combination of the lunar cycles
with the solar cycle. As the solar year does not contain a whole number of lunar months,
the weather pattern changes from year to year. To make any reliable predictions we must
consider cycles of a number of years, which would bring the lunar phases and tidal crest
latitudes to the same dates. We can improve their accuracy by taking increasingly longer
cycles. A 5125-year cycle brings the lunar phases on the same dates to a satisfactory
accuracy. A 10250-year cycle would also bring the tidal crests to the same latitudes, taking
account of the lunar orbit’s nodal precession. The tidal crest latitudes of the second 5125
years would be a mirror image of the first 5125 years. The dates of the lunar phases
would not change; hence, the 5125-year half-cycle of the Mayan Weather Calendar.
Accumulative deviations could be dealt with by adjustments of the forecasts from time to
time. The Calendar provided a very good guideline.
It so happens that this half-cycle completes its 5125 years in 2012. If this calendar were
prepared 1000 years later it would extend to 3012. It has no more to do with prophecy
than a 1000-year calendar prepared today would predict a doomsday in 3010.
Of course very important events could be planned to take place in association with celestial
events. However, as with all such schedules, even in the commissioning of a power plant for
instance, changes might be necessary due to unforeseen circumstances.
As for the future era planned on Earth, for the removal or cleansing of the old mess and
establishing a better Society, I would like to point out the obvious: It is easier to remove
Avgias than to cleanse his stables (mentioned as one of the Herculean tasks). As you can see
in “ENDGAME UPDATES in progress”, the Old Heavenly Authorities of the Planet, those
that caused the mess, have already been removed. However, the cleansing of the stables of
Avgias will involve a lot of destruction and death. Not only there are only a few left in the
present generation that fulfill the criteria for the future society but we have to make room
for those that reached the criteria in past generations and will be given a place as promised.
A subtle warning in included in the words of the shaman priest interviewed by A. Villoldo
in the documentary ‘2012–Science or Superstition’: “We are going to miss our white
brothers”. But then again, what does he know? (See ‘A Reappraisal of Thoth-Hermes’).
El Niño (ENSO):
During very high spring tidal crest latitudes, (and the associated weaker than normal neap
tides near the equator), occurring around the time of the Solstices, the high-pressure regions
are pushed further from the equator; (and so are the Jet Stream and the Roaring Forties).
Oceanic and atmospheric circulations near the equator weaken (or stall). This gives rise to
the El Niño (ENSO) phenomenon, with weaker (even reverse) trade winds, fewer and
weaker cyclones, reverse and twin cyclones near the equator, warmer water pool in
eastern equatorial Pacific and rain shifting from west Pacific to east Pacific, etc etc. The
effect of the event depends also on a number of other factors, including the inertia of the
different oceans and the directions of the limiting coastlines and associated mountain ridges.
The lunar orbit is inclined at 5° to the ecliptic. The ecliptic is inclined at 23½° to the equator.
Hence, the Moon latitude can reach 28½° near the Solstices, if at these times the nodes of the
lunar orbit coincide with the equinoxes on the ecliptic and the Moon, (Full or New), is on
the outside (+5°) of the ecliptic. If a spring tide occurs at this time, its crest latitude can be as
high as 27°. The period of nodal precession of the lunar orbit is 18.6 years. Since lunar orbit
nodes coincide with the equinoxes twice in a precession cycle, this coincidence occurs
every 9.3 years. As these maximum Moon latitudes can occur at either Solstice, they occur
every 4.65 years though half of these are on the inside (-5°) of the ecliptic. Of course, spring
tides do not occur at every Solstice but they can occur near about. A combination of the
spring tides near the Solstices, with the lunar orbit nodes near the equinoxes, can result in
persistently high spring tidal crest latitudes, around 27°. When the Full Moon is at +5° to
the elliptic the New Moon is at -5° and visa-versa but the tidal crest latitude is pushed to the
limiting highest latitude every 29½ days. This makes the associated neap tides near the
equator particularly weak due to oceanic and atmospheric inertia. This brings about the
stalling of both oceanic and atmospheric circulations near the equator and, hence, the El
Niño event. A La Niña event, (increased rainfall in west Pacific), occurs when the nodes of
the lunar orbit are near the Solstices and the spring tidal crest latitude remains within 23½°.
(Note that, around the spring and autumn Equinoxes the spring tidal crest runs close to the
equator, ±3½°, and the neap tidal crest latitude is around 23½° ±3½°).
The inertia is much greater in the Pacific, due to its large equatorial width, than in the
Atlantic or anywhere else. (The higher sea level in western Pacific is mainly due to tidal
inertia and decreases during El Niño). The effects of El Niño are not so well defined in the
Atlantic and Indian Oceans as they are in the Pacific. In the Atlantic this is because of its
small equatorial width and the way that the Amazonian and Gulf of Guinea coastlines run
close and quasi parallel to the equator. In the Indian Ocean this is due to the very small
inertia of its northern land-bound part and because of the great Himalayas running east west.
Notice that El Niño is the abnormality. La Niña is rather an ‘accentuated normality’ and,
as such, it is more difficult to define or to stand out as a paranormal event.
For any reliable prediction of El Niño or La Niña events, the important question to answer
is: “What are the critical spring tidal crest latitudes for El Niño or La Niña to kick in?”
Systematic observation over a number of years can give us these critical latitudes and
further analysis may also show up other factors that come into play.