opposite-the-squeeze-point; or when two-bar-magnets with the-same-positive-sides-or-negative-sides-facing-each-other are forced-together it creates a strong-RESISTANCE-and-ENERGY-rebalancing, which precipitates the-stronger-force-fields energy-and-stress the closer-the-magnets-are.This calendar and map outlines the four-Season cycle: the lower scene is time-of-access to the Underworld; the upper scene is time-of-access to the Heavens; and the right and- eft scenes both are time-of-access between both the Heavens and the Underworld.Indeed, the Long Count system fell into disuse before European contact in the 16th century, moreover the Spanish colonizers destroyed any evidence that could have helped correlate the Maya and European calendars.
According to the 2012 doomsday hype, the Maya predicted that the world will come to an end on Dec.
21, 2012 based on the premise that that particular date is when their Long Count calendar, which runs about 5,125 years, ends.
The only problem with this scenario is finding a suitable asteroid with the right size and trajectory to pose a real threat.
Earlier this year, a large-ish asteroid came within 8,000 miles of Earth, a close call by cosmic standards.
Of course, had this asteroid actually had us in its sights, it would have broken up harmlessly in our atmosphere, creating an interesting fireworks show for anyone watching down below.
The closest asteroid we've got right now that might fit the profile of a global killer is 99942 Apophis, a 270-meter-wide object that has a 1-in-250,000 chance of striking Earth in 2036.The only evidence to support this theory is that the solar maximum, the peak in the sun's 11-year cycle of sunspot activity, happens to roughly correspond to the 2012 timeline (though it's probably closer to late 2013/early 2014).A moderate solar flare erupted in June, launching a huge coronal mass ejection into space. Had the particle burst actually had Earth in its sights, there would have indeed been implications for our planet, in that it would have created some dazzling aurorae and may have caused some damage to satellites and power grids. If we can't expect any help from other cosmic entities to destroy the planet for us, then surely there must be some way for Earth itself to destroy the life it hosts?Kennett, professor of environmental archaeology at Pennsylvania State University, wrote in the journal Scientific Reports.To place the Long Count dates into the European calendar in order to understand when things happened in the Maya world relative to historic events elsewhere, Kennett's team turned to an elaborately carved wooden beam from a temple in the ancient Maya city of Tikal.When I first saw this Mayan calendar codex puzzle, it reminded me of being a child playing a board game called Chutes & Ladders, where one moves the game piece forward or backward by rolls of a dice, sometimes unexpectedly upwards by ladders or downwards by chutes, all while racing to be first to the top.-days Venus moves across the front face of the Sun, hidden by the glare of the Sun, and directly between the Sun and the Earth.