2009年10月31日土曜日

There's no truth in '2012' anywhere, BTW

2012 - Official Movie Site


                               







2012 on YouTube

About 2012 by sao

Anybody interested in 2012?

I made a website about 2012, the Maya and how to prepare for the coming events.

According to Carl Johann Calleman, author of "The Mayan Calendar and the Transformation of Consciousnes" the end date of the Mayan Calendar is October 28, 2011, not December 21,2012:


The pictures here are so magnificently beautiful. Just have a look!!
Maya End Date 


I completely agree with you. You need to ask the question who "benefits" from presenting 2012 as a predetermined “doomsday” when the world will come to an end. The media sells "fear" very well, just check the upcoming "Hollywood" movie about it, or "documentaries" like in the History channel. In reality it has nothing to do with it.

What's interesting to study about this particular Maya Calendar (they used at least 20 different calendars, based on the movements of the Moon, Venus, Jupiter, Saturn and several more celestial movements, including a Solar Calendar which synchronizes the Sun, the Moon and the Earth with the universe, more exact than the Gregorian calendar in use today) it's because unlike all other calendars we know, like the Gregorian, Muslim, Buddhist or Jewish, the Mayan calendar has an end date.

These last calendars are based on astronomical cycles and reflect continuous time. And same as modern physicists, view Time as being linear. Time according to modern precepts flows in a straight line, it can slow down, as per Albert Einstein, but it always flows in one direction. In contrast, the Mayas believed essentially that Time flows in a circle. There is a beginning and an end to things but there is a renewal at the end of the Time "cycle". So basically what they are saying is that every beginning has an end and every end has a "beginning".

Nothing to do with the end of the world

Nowhere in the ancient Maya sources we find evidence that the Mayan Long Count is based on any astronomical (or physical) cycle. They explicity say that the Long Count is based on the World Tree or what other cultures usually refer to as the Tree of Life (at the Temple of the Inscriptions in Palenque). The Maya did not base their calendar on physical objects, on rotations of planets around the sun, such as the Gregorian calendar. It's only when we learn that the Maya based their Calendar on the concept of the World Tree that we understand that their calendar expresses an entirely "different kind" of time than other calendars.

The Tree of Life as in the Celtic Culture, represents the connection to the earth, the spirit world, and the universe. It's a mystical concept alluding to the interconnectedness of all life on our planet and the universe. We find Conceptual and mythological "trees of life" in ancient Egypt, China, Japan, India, Germanic paganism, Assyria, and among pre-Columbian Mesoamerican culture. Also are found in the Hebrew Bible, in Christianity, in the The Book of Mormon and in the Baha'i Faith.

The concept represented in the Tree of Life is what science is telling us today in the mathematics of the Quantum Theory, and in the proposition of a self aware multi-universe membrane(s) in the 11-dimensional M-Theory. The entire universe is connected and exists outside of linear time as in the Tree of Life. Science is telling us through quantum mechanics that consciousness can never be divorced from matter, that every aspect of the universe, and indeed the universe as a whole, has both an objective and a subjective nature. Thus, the Mayan calendar becomes a spiritual device that enables a greater understanding of the evolution of consciousness driving human history. The end date simply reflects the point in time when the Cosmic Tree of Life attains its highest quantum state.

An interesting video on the design of the universe:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c64Aia4XE1Y


As cwtnospam said above, peak oil is very close, not to mention the coming hyperinflation...

In my understanding, it’s going to be like learning to walk or live all over again in order to consciously co-create our experience.

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George Smoot

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George Fitzgerald Smoot III (born February 20, 1945) is an American astrophysicist, cosmologist and Nobel Prize in Physics laureate, and a $1 million TV quiz show prize winner. He won the Nobel Prize in 2006 for his work on COBE with John C. Mather that led to the measurement "...of the black body form and anisotropy of the cosmic microwave background radiation."
This work helped further the big-bang theory of the universe using the Cosmic Background Explorer Satellite (COBE). According to the Nobel Prize committee, "the COBE-project can also be regarded as the starting point for cosmology as a precision science."[2] Smoot donated his share of the Nobel Prize money, less travel costs, to a charitable foundation. [3]
He is a professor of physics at the University of California, Berkeley. In 2003 he was awarded the Einstein Medal.


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