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Predicting Earthquakes - Part Two


Pisces is quite different from Aquarius. I ran into a friend of my mom's few days ago, and she said: " the days are flying by... They don't seem to last 24 hours anymore. They are shorter!". Her remark was very interesting. After December 21st, 2012; everything has changed...


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The first 160 years of an age is a period of transition between the previous age (in this case, Pisces), and the next one (in this case, Aquarius). The age of Aquarius begins indeed, in 2172. So, it's not a sudden change, but it does not mean it will be a calm, peaceful and harmonious process. In fact, the first 28 years will be very turbulent, riotous and chaotic. But, this transition from Pisces to Aquarius s not the only one in progress right now. As a matter of fact, we are going through four different transitions at the same time.
The Mayan calendar ended in 2012 not for a single reason only, but for several different reasons. Our planet is not merely a round piece of rock roaming aimlessly through the Cosmos. Earth is neither adrift nor lost in space. It is in fact, moving towards a very special place where all these simultaneous transitions are possible. As I mentioned in Part One, an Age is not just a location in time, but also in space.
Pisces is quite different from Aquarius. I ran into a friend of my mom's few days ago, and she said: "Melanie, the days are flying by... They don't seem to last 24 hours anymore. They are shorter!". Her remark was very interesting.

After December 21st, 2012; everything has changed...

Ongoing Transitions:

Root-Race Transition (2012 - 3005)
Yuga Transition (2012 - 3005)
Age Transition (2012 - 2172)
Doomsday (2012 - 2036)

The ancient Maya are usually cited as predicting world end 2012:
But the Maya were brilliant mathematicians and record keepers
who developed many different calendars, including a cyclical solar calendar
and a sacred almanac
- also measured time with Long Count great cycles of 5,000 years
- note intricacies of Maya timekeeping:
"There's only one [Maya] monument that even has the 2012 date on it,"
says Maya scholar Ricardo Agurcia adding that many ignore
that the Maya stated that when one great cycle ends, another begins.
"It's about rebirth, not death."
Indeed, the Maya predicted the world would most certainly not end in 2012.
archaeologist and National Geographic Grantee William Saturno
discovered a series of numbers painted on the walls at a Maya complex in Guatemala.
The calculations included dates that go far into the future.
"The ancient Maya predicted the world would continue
that 7,000 years from now, things would be exactly like this,"
he said in a press release. "We keep looking for endings.
The Maya were looking for a guarantee that nothing would change.
It's an entirely different mindset."
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lPuT5xnEJGU
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The ancient Maya are usually cited as predicting world end 2012:
But the Maya were brilliant mathematicians and record keepers
who developed many different calendars, including a cyclical solar calendar
and a sacred almanac
- also measured time with Long Count great cycles of 5,000 years
- note intricacies of Maya timekeeping:
"There's only one [Maya] monument that even has the 2012 date on it,"
says Maya scholar Ricardo Agurcia adding that many ignore
that the Maya stated that when one great cycle ends, another begins.
"It's about rebirth, not death."
Indeed, the Maya predicted the world would most certainly not end in 2012.
archaeologist and National Geographic Grantee William Saturno
discovered a series of numbers painted on the walls at a Maya complex in Guatemala.
The calculations included dates that go far into the future.
"The ancient Maya predicted the world would continue
that 7,000 years from now, things would be exactly like this,"
he said in a press release. "We keep looking for endings.
The Maya were looking for a guarantee that nothing would change.
It's an entirely different mindset."
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lPuT5xnEJGU
Hi, JUPITERASC!

Me & my girlfriend paid a very disappointing visit to Chichen Iza last year. Unlike in Egypt, we were not allowed to walk into the pyramids. We were told there were rivers of toxic liquid mercury flowing inside of them.
You are right, in fact, the Mayas didn't want the world to change. This is why they conducted thousands of human sacrifices and bloody rituals: to ease the Gods. They wanted to make sure nothing in the world would ever change. But they have failed. The changes are inevitable, the world needs to evolve. Cheers!

https://video.nationalgeographic.com...e=relatedvideo

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What happened to the earthquakes?
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