When usually does the ASTRO.COM sight update for the next year calendar 2012?
and why they havent already added this you think since it is now 2010?
do you know when they added 2011 last year?
thanks for your answers!
Go to extended charts then put the year you want use solar return for years or lunar return for months.
Where can I get a really big 2012 planner/calendar?
I know this girl who is ALWAYS busy. I saw her planner and it was full of writing. I thought it would be funny if I got her a massive one for 2012 – one that might barely fit in a book bag. I searched but didn’t see anything. Can anyone give me a link to something like this, maybe for around 15 bucks.
Office Max or any store that has office supplies should have them.
Are you counting down the days on your calendar till 2012?
As each day passes by, are you getting scared that days are running out or you just don’t believe it?
The “2012 doomsday” is a hoax. It’s a fraud. It’s a con job. It’s a cruel and cynical lie being promoted by unscrupulous pseudo-scientific cranks who have a monetary interest: They want to sell their books, videos, ‘survival kits’, and spaces in non-existent shelters in Antarctica, and to divert attention from the fact that they have been wrong so many times before. It’s also being pushed by people who are promoting a Hollywood disaster movie due out later this year.
All of the claims of ‘predictions’ by the Maya, the Aztecs, the Incas, the Hopi, the Chinese (I Ching), Nostradamus, Sir Isaac Newton, Edgar Cayce, “Mother Shipton” are false: They did not make the claimed predictions. Predictions by others such as José Argüelles, Terrence McKenna, Nancy Leider, Mark Hazelwood and others are contrived pseudo-scientific nonsense.
There is no “Planet X” or Nibiru. If someone claims that this object exists, then many regulars in this forum have been asking for the RA/Dec coordinates for it. If they can provide those coordinates and allow independent verification of its existence, then they can collect $5,000 from http://nibiruchallenge.blogspot.com.
There will be no ‘pole shift’, either geographic or magnetic. There will be no ‘killer solar flares’. There is no ‘Photon Belt’. These events are fiction. There will be no ‘galactic alignment’ or ‘planetary alignment’ of any kind, and we will not pass through the central plane of the galaxy, and even if these events were to occur, they would not cause any problems for us.
As far as what is *really* going to happen:
Olympic games in London
U.S. Presidential election
Transit of Venus on June 6th
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Is the ancient mayan calendar true that it predicts the year of 2012 of the great cycle?
Is it true that the mayan calendar is 100% accurate that the year December 21, 2012 will be the end point? Anyone know about this & an expert of these sacred calendars?
You mean the “It’s 2012 and we’re all gonna die!” hype? That’s all it is. Yes, people are making money off the books, movie, and periodic TV shows. As for “It’s 2012 and we’re all gonna die! That bogus.
On 21 Dec 2012 the long count of the Mayan calendar clicks over. Our calendar does the exact same thing every 31 Dec. Recall 2000? The Millennium? That’s similar to the change over of the long count. Nothing else.! If you recall 2000 we had the “Y2K” issue and the “It’s Y2K and we’re all gonna die! Hype.
Add to it that there’s a 7 year math error in the Gregorian calendar. For us it’s really 2016.The “It’s 2012 and we’re all gonna die!” is long gone.
So what will happen on this date (or has already happened, or may happen some indefinite time before or afterwards?)
“Lawrence Joseph forecasts widespread catastrophe in Apocalypse 2012: A Scientific Investigation Into Civilization’s End. Spiritual healer Andrew Smith predicts a restoration of a “true balance between Divine Feminine and Masculine” in The Revolution of 2012: Vol. 1, The Preparation. In 2012, Daniel Pinchbeck anticipates a “change in the nature of consciousness,” assisted by indigenous insights and psychedelic drug use.”
What so others say?
“For the ancient Maya, it was a huge celebration to make it to the end of a whole cycle,” says Sandra Noble, executive director of the Foundation for the Advancement of Mesoamerican Studies in Crystal River, Fla. To render Dec. 21, 2012, as a doomsday or moment of cosmic shifting, she says, is “a complete fabrication and a chance for a lot of people to cash in.”
“Maya inscriptions…reference future predicted events or commemorations that would occur on dates that lie beyond 2012 … Most of these are in the form of “distance dates” where some Long Count date is given.
For example, on the west panel at the Temple of Inscriptions in Palenque, a section of the text projects into the future to the 80th Calendar Round (CR) ‘anniversary’ of the famous Palenque ruler …which lies over 4,000 years in the future from Pakal’s time—13 October 4772″
While many clam the calendar “ends.” the date isn’t 2012.
“this date lies some 41,341,049,999,999,999,999,999,994,879 years in the future, or 3 quintillion times the scientifically accepted age of the universe.”
As for disasters, a review of the last 40 years has these books and events predicting disaster:
1968 “Population Bomb”. Too many people in the 1980s. We’re shoulder to shoulder and have starvation.
“Famine 1975″ In that year we run out of food
“Greening of America” We all become hippies eating un-homogenized peanut butter.
“Future Shock” We’ll have too many choices. (The concept of multi-tasking wasn’t known)
the 1970s had a concern of a “new ice age” we should increase the greenhouse effect
“Jupiter Effect” the planets will line up and the earth will do something.
“Y2K” Points given for those that can explain “why” it was a concern.
Millennium Supposedly it was to be the end of the world. The question was: “Is it 2000 or 2001?”
If you get the impression, there’s a lot of disaster predictions and they sell books, you’re right.
During the 1800s there were a number of movements that predicted the end of the world. People gave away everything they owned and gathered to await the end. A couple of days later, they started trying to get their stuff back.
“To summarize, there is no prophecy that the world will end with a 13th b’ak’tun, there are Mayan references to dates after 18.104.22.168.0, it is not certain precisely what date corresponds to 22.214.171.124.0 in modern terms, and we may be placing more importance on the Mayan calendar than it warrants merely because we have more knowledge about it.”
Why does the mayan calendar and 2012 relate?
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Supposedly it was the year they thought the world was going to end.
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