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  1. Re: A New Look at the Mayan Calendar End Date - December 21, 2020

    I wrote this above in my original post along a picture attachment of the planets' positions on July 8, 2020:


    Ben Davidson from Suspicious0bservers also thinks the upcoming planetary alignments...
  2. Re: A New Look at the Mayan Calendar End Date - December 21, 2020

    I've updated the original post with more information regarding the "Antikythera Mechanism" and how such a device, or similar device, could have assisted the pre-Mayans in using a long-count calendar...
  3. Re: A New Look at the Mayan Calendar End Date - December 21, 2020

    Just for fun, here is a short (45 seconds) clip of an old TV show defining a Grand Conjunction or a Great Conjunction (I seem to have been using both terms):

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  4. Re: A New Look at the Mayan Calendar End Date - December 21, 2020

    I added an update to the original post above to show how to prove that the author's Grand Conjunction beginning date of the Mayan age coincided exactly with the vernal equinox in 3124 BC. So, both...
  5. Re: A New Look at the Mayan Calendar End Date - December 21, 2020

    With so many dates having come and gone with nothing noteworthy happening, it may be better not to max out your credit cards in preparation for spontaneous ascension on December 21st, 2020. Just in...
  6. A New Look at the Mayan Calendar End Date - December 21, 2020

    (Edit March 22, 2020) Perhaps I should have titled this thread "The Great Conjunction of 2020" and left theories about the Mayan Calendar out of it...



    Jupiter and Saturn are now only 7 degrees...
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