Where did the “Long Count” End Date really come from?
Who would deny that there is a LOT of conflicting and confusing information regarding the end of the Mayan Calendar? Complex, complicated and convoluted is the only way to describe the overwhelming number of narratives surrounding the date December 21, 2012.
How do we decide which of these different stories is close to the real narrative as predicted by many of the world’s scriptures, sacred calendars and ancient prophesies?
There is only one context in which to properly evaluate the Mayan Calendar Long Count and its many weighty implications and far-reaching ramifications for humankind. And that is the macrocosmic context.
In order to properly understand the macrocosmic context, there must be some acknowledgement about the relationship between different schools of cosmology, ancient calendars and spiritual traditions. The following set of equations illustrates the true relationship between some of the major pieces of the End-Time puzzle.
End of the Mayan Calendar (Long Count) =
Closing of the Iron Age =
Twilight of the Kali Yuga =
Grand Finale of the Book of Revelation =
Age of Pisces ends; Age of Aquarius begins =
25,920 year Precession of the Equinox Cycle completes