As reported in a previous video, in August 2012 during an interview with National Geographic, I was asked if there was a connection between the Mayan Calendar and Planet X. My answer at the time was that there was no direct connection, but rather, a coincidental relationship.
What I could not have known at that time, was that in fact there is a direct connection. Therefore, my statement at that time was in error and would have remained so had it not been for a recent analysis of the Avebury 2008 crop circle by Planet X researcher Greg deFleron. This two-stage formation, the size of three soccer fields, was featured in my book Crossing the Cusp (2011).
Greg’s analysis raised some critical issues with the broadly held assumption that the Planet X system is in a 3,600 year orbit. To be frank, yowusa.com has employed this assumption for years as well.
Thankfully, Greg’s insightful analysis focused our undivided attention on the use of the Gregorian (Western) solar calendar in the creation of this assumption. In the process we discovered that the use of this politically-driven calendar has skewed Planet X research for decades.
Evidence of this is the Hebrew Exodus from Egypt, the last flyby of the Planet X system. The flaw in this solar calendar assumption always created a historical gap between the basic 3,600 year orbit assumption and the generally established dates for the Exodus.
However, once we identified and eliminated this flawed assumption and corrected the orbit of the Planet X system based on the same dating methods used by the Anunnaki, Mayans and the Hebrews, what our findings showed is as follows:
- The 3,600 year orbit for the Planet X system is based on a flawed assumption.
- The correct orbital duration of the Planet X system is a spot on fit with the dates of the Exodus.
- The Mayan Calendar is essentially, a Planet X ephemeris.
- The assumption that the Avebury 2008 formation is based on a single time line is wrong.
In this presentation of our findings by J. P. Jones, he presents the true orbital period of the Planet X system, what the Mayan Calendar date of December 21, 2012 actually meant.
The consequence of this discovery is that we are now able to accurately decode the Avebury 2008 formation which in fact, gives a precise date for the coming pole shift. We are currently preparing a detailed report due out in June. In the meantime, these initial findings are of significant note for all those with an interest in Planet X.
The pursuit of truth must always be an honest journey, because it is not about being right, it’s about getting it right.
Were the Mayans Using Anunnaki Knowledge?
J. P. Jones
UPDATE: Thanks to the feedback of reader, I’ve updated this article. As Marshall said, it is about getting it right and this resulted in further investigation into the Exodus.
Through their calendar, the Mayans were sending a message to their descendants as to when to prepare for the next flyby of Planet X. The celestial alignment of 12/21/2012 was the harbinger, the rest was lost to history. However, what was lost was found again, via the Avebury 2008 formation documented in Crossing the Cusp by Marshall Masters.
To determine if 12/21/2012 was in fact the harbinger date, empirical data collected after that date is the only way to validate the Mayan harbinger prediction of Planet X. In this article that empirical data will clearly validate that harbinger.
This in turn raises two question. First is, did the Mayans base their calendar as well as the 12/21/2012 harbinger date upon Anunnaki knowledge given directly or indirectly to them? The answer to that question will become self-evident in the dating method as described in this article.
The second question is, why in the lead up to 12/21/2012 was this harbinger so grossly misunderstood?
There are two reasons. First, this date only has context after the harbinger event and not before. This is because all you can do prior to the actual harbinger date is to speculate and pontificate without real substance. The substance needed, is what is observed in the real world following the harbinger date 12/21/2012.
The second reason is that the Western or Gregorian calendar is solar-based, whereas the Mayan Long Count Calendar is lunar-based. To understand the difference let’s look at how a year is perceived via the Western calendar and then how a year is perceived with a lunar calendar.
Solar vs. Lunar Calendars
It is important to note that both solar and lunar calendars are based on a 24-hour day. Therefore, the two can be reconciled by counting the days. Not the weeks, months or years. Ergo, a day is the lowest common denominator. With this in mind, let’s see how the two calendars count the same 24-hour days.
WESTERN SOLAR CALENDER: A brief and partial history of the Gregorian calendar from Wikipedia:
The Gregorian calendar, also called the Western calendar and the Christian calendar, is internationally the most widely used civil calendar. It is named for Pope Gregory XIII, who introduced it in 1582.
The calendar was a refinement in 1582 to the Julian calendar amounting to a 0.002% correction in the length of the year. The motivation for the reform was to bring the date for the celebration of Easter to the time of the year in which it was celebrated when it was introduced by the early Church. Because the celebration of Easter was tied to the spring equinox, the Roman Catholic Church considered the steady drift in the date of Easter caused by the year being slightly too long to be undesirable. The reform was adopted initially by the Catholic countries of Europe. Protestants and Eastern Orthodox countries continued to use the traditional Julian calendar and adopted the Gregorian reform after a time, for the sake of convenience in international trade.
The Gregorian reform contained two parts: a reform of the Julian calendar as used prior to Pope Gregory XIII’s time and a reform of the lunar cycle used by the Church, with the Julian calendar, to calculate the date of Easter. The reform was a modification of a proposal made by Aloysius Lilius. His proposal included reducing the number of leap years in four centuries from 100 to 97, by making 3 out of 4 centurial years common instead of leap years. Lilius also produced an original and practical scheme for adjusting the epacts of the moon when calculating the annual date of Easter, solving a long-standing obstacle to calendar reform.
Gregorian years are identified by consecutive year numbers. The cycles repeat completely every 146,097 days, which equals 400 years, and which also happens to be 20,871 seven-day weeks.
Of these 400 years, 303 are regular years of 365 days and 97 are leap years of 366 days. A calendar mean year is 365 97/400 days = 365.2425 days = 365 days, 5 hours, 49 minutes and 12 seconds. The same result is obtained by summing the fractional parts implied by the rule: 365 + 1⁄4 − 1⁄100 + 1⁄400 = 365 + 0.25 − 0.01 + 0.0025 = 365.2425
The key point to remember about the Gregorian (Western) calendar is that it evolved in response to political agenda, which is not the case with Lunar calendars.
LUNAR CALENDAR: From Wikipedia a partial description of the Lunar Calendar:
A lunar calendar is a calendar that is based on cycles of the lunar phases. Because there are slightly more than twelve lunations (synodic months) in a solar year, the period of 12 lunar months (354.37 days) is sometimes referred to as a lunar year.
A common purely lunar calendar is the Islamic calendar or Hijri Qamari calendar. A feature of the Islamic calendar is that a year is always 12 months, so the months are not linked with the seasons and drift each solar year by 11 to 12 days. It comes back to the position it had in relation to the solar year approximately every 33 Islamic years. It is used mainly for religious purposes, but in Saudi Arabia it is the official calendar. Other lunar calendars often include extra months added occasionally to synchronize it with the solar calendar.
The oldest known lunar calendar was found in Scotland; it dates back to around 8000 BC.
When we look at the history and nature of these two calendar methods we see stark differences.
|Solar-based Calendar||Lunar-based Calendar|
|Serves a political purpose||Solely based on observation|
|Requires leap years||Leap years not required|
|Solstice dates vary||Solstice dates are constants|
The current Western calendar as we know it was created by Aloysius Lilius and adopted by Pope Gregory XIII. Likewise we also know who invented the first lunar calendar.
The First Lunar Calendar
Ancient cultures used the Moon cycles as their means of calculating time. The Moon phases complete one cycle in 29.53 days from New Moon to New Moon. For the sake of simplicity we’ll round that up to 30 days.
Consequently, it was he who was the first in recorded history to define what we now call a lunar calendar, where a complete cycle of the Moon constitutes one month. Lord Enki further defined a year as being twelve months long with two seasons Winter and Summer. Each season spanned six months.
So then, how is it the currently held 3,600 year orbit of Nibiru came to be?
In translating the Sumerian cuneiform tablets Zechariah Sitchin determined that the length of Nibiru’s orbit was 3,600 years. It is he who penned the date. However, he did not specifically say that it was 3,600 lunar years. Here is where the assumption that he was speaking about solar years came to be.
Also note, that while Sitchin was a brilliant translator and historian, he was not an astronomer nor a mathematician and never made such claims. So what we really have here is an honest oversight.
With this in mind, let’s do the Planet X math for a solar year, and then for a lunar year. In keeping with the title of this article we will be using the Mayan Long Count Calendar.
The Solar vs. Lunar Differential
To establish the origin of the this dating confusion, let’s first establish the current baseline which is based on the Western, solar calendar. Given that both calendars use the same 24-hour day, it is a simple matter to calculate the precise number of 24-hour Earth days for each calendar dating system.
For the solar-based Western calendar, we multiply the number of days in a Solar Year which is 365.25 days by the number of years of Nibiru’s orbit. Therefore, 365.25 24-hour days x 3600 solar years equals an orbit of 1,314,900 24-hour days. Now let’s see how that compares with a lunar calculation.
The Mayans used a Lunar calendar and in the long count they used a 360 day year comprised of a lunar cycle of 30 days times 12 months. Likewise, the Sumerians used a lunar year as well.
Therefore the 3,600 orbit length of Nibiru as translated by Sitchin from Sumerian artifacts was based on a lunar year. Absent specificity, it was assumed that Sitchin was referring to a solar calendar period in his translation. This is no small matter as you shall soon see.
With the Sumerian and Mayan lunar calendar systems, we see 360 24-hour days x 3600 lunar years which equals an orbit of 1,296,000 24-hour days.
The difference between the two is 18,900 24-hour days.
To obtain the difference in years between the two calendar systems, we divide the difference by 365.25 days in a Solar Year, where 18,900 24-hour days / 365.25 24-hour days equals a difference of 51.74 Solar Years. Ergo, here is where the flawed assumption of the 3,600 year orbit for the Planet X lays.
No doubt, those who oppose Sitchin work for religious and other reasons will play havoc with this, but before they do, let’s frame this error with a proper perspective. Errors of context are commonplace and a classic and rather costly example comes from none other than NASA.
In 1999 the Mars Climate Orbiter crashed into Mars due to a Metric vs. English measure translation problem. According to NASA it was the fault of a subcontractor who admitted to the error. When you consider how many backyard toolboxes in America sport metric and standard wrenches and sockets, one must ask, did the subcontractor really make such a blunder? Or, were they a convenient scapegoat? Who knows?
Likewise, when Sitchin translated 3600 years from the ancient artifacts, no one until now has looked at the dating in the correct context, ourselves included. (Mea culpa.)
Now that we have the results clear. The Mayan and the Sumerian lunar calendar clearly define an orbit for the Planet X system of 3458 lunar years. This explains the difference of 51.74 solar years needed to express the same value in solar years. Therefore Sitchin’s 3,600 lunar years becomes 3548.26 solar years when applied to the Gregorian calendar.
With this correct dating in mind, it is time to revisit the 12/21/2012 Mayan harbinger date, to see if the data supports this as a harbinger date for the approach of the Planet X system.
Post-12/21/2012 Empirical Data
Since 12/21/2012, we’ve documented many new and disturbing trends. Two such trends offer irrefutable, empirical data that clearly supports 12/21/2012 as the Mayan harbinger for the approach of the Planet X system into the core of our own system. These are, earthquakes and meteors.
The most startling causality comparison is earthquakes. As reported in earlier articles a reader sent us a chart of earthquake data. In this chart we show the earthquake data for January 2012 to February 2013.
The data for this short period is unsettling, but more so when viewing in a larger time span.
What is clearly seen is that the earthquake rate surges steeply at the end of 2012. Evidence of external effects on the normal state of our solar system.
Let’s take a closer look to emphasize the astounding increase in earthquake activity following the end of the Mayan Long Count calendar. The months of December 2012 through April 2013 are shown below.
What is clear is that December 2012 and January 2013 are comparable in the number of earthquakes. However, beginning in February 2013 we see a very dramatic increase in activity and it does not stop there.
With this in mind, let’s add the months of January through April for the years 2014 and 2015.
This is empirical data and what it shows is that this trend was not a fluke. A similar pattern is likewise seen with meteor observations since 12/21/2012.
The second of two causalities that can be viewed to support our findings is fireballs as we have reported on previously.
To establish the baseline, the graph below presents the monthly fireball rate for 2011.
When we add 2012 data to the graph above, we begin to see a moderate increase in monthly rates.
However, with the start of 2013 we begin to see a serious escalation in the number of monthly fireballs.
Despite minor variances, this overall trend continues with the addition of 2014 observations.
As we saw with the earthquake trends the fireballs keep coming at greater frequency. Again, it is important to stress that prior to 12/21/2012, there was no such empirical data. Absent of these facts, the Mayan Calendar harbinger date was handily buried under a media-driven interest in wild theories and speculation.
Unfortunately prior to that date the elites and disinformation experts promoted this as a doomsday date and thereby turned the harbinger into non-event. The result was that the significance of 12/21/2012 was buried under a tidal wave of disinformation and misinformation.
Whether this was intentional or not, is moot. It happened and that’s that for those who like Marshall often says “choose to cling to the bliss of their ignorance like jealous lovers.” For the rest of us, there is new meaning to be found in the Avebury 2008 crop circle formation.
Confirmation of the Mayan
12/21/2012 Harbinger Date
In a reexamination of the Avebury crop circle part 1 created July 15, 2008 the celestial alignment depicted in the first part of this two-part formation, was 12/21/2012, which directly correlates with the end of the Mayan Long Count calendar.
This fact begs a very serious question. Did the Mayans use Anunnaki knowledge to create their lunar calendar system?
When modern science cannot explain the advanced knowledge and feats of the ancients, they revert to voodoo explanations of mystery folklore and tools that cannot support these arrogant proclamations. So, in fairness to the Mayans, let’s set this modern day voodoo science to one side.
The Mayans were very skilled and knowledgeable in the sciences. They most likely did not acquire this knowledge completely on their own. Some of it came from their predecessors the Olmec civilization.
This is a key point because much like the Sumerians, the Olmec’s most likely were tutored by the Anunnaki. Keep in mind, the efforts of the Anunnaki were not restricted to the Middle East. Theirs was a global empire.
For example, during this time, scholars tell us the Sumerian civilization began about 4000 BC and thrived to about 1000 BC. During this time, the Sumerian King Gilgamesh ruled around 2700 BC. Likewise, scholars tell us that the pre-classic period of the Mayan culture scholars started in about 2600 BC.
According to Zachariah Sitchin’s translations of the Sumerian tablets we know the Sumerian civilization flowered thanks to the Anunnaki. Therefore, it is reasonable to assume that other ancient civilizations such as the Olmecs flowered thanks to the Anunnaki. This is because in the Lost Book of Enki, Lord Enki describes how the Anunnaki went to other lands around the globe in search for gold.
Therefore it is not unreasonable to believe they traveled to Mesoamerica for this very purpose. Keep in mind, history clearly shows that the Mayans and Aztecs created and held vast quantities of gold artifacts.
Given that King Gilgamesh ruled Sumer in 2700 BC and that the Mayan pre-classic culture began in or about 2600 BC, it stands to reason that the Anunnaki likely influenced both cultures.
Ergo, there is a very real possibility that Mayan culture was influenced by the Anunnaki, or at the very least, was the beneficiary of ancient Anunnaki knowledge.
Remember, the Mayan Long Count Lunar calendar is 5125 years in length using a 360 day year. Therefore, using the common denominator of 24-hour days we can determine the number of days the Long Count calendar spans, where 360 24-hour days x 5125 lunar years = 1,845,000 24-hour days.
To covert this figure to a solar years, we divide 1,845,000 24-hour days by the Solar year of 365.25 24-hour days for a total of 5051.33 solar years.
With this figure, an interesting historical markers fall into place, because 2012 AD minus 5,051 solar years equals 3039 BC. The very date that was most likely the actual start of the Mayan culture from their perspective.
Likewise, this date also ties back to the existence of the Sumerians at that same time, which gives further credence to the proposition that Anunnaki knowledge influenced both cultures.
Ergo, the Mayan Long Count calendar marked the beginning of their culture and the end of the 13th Bactun 12/21/2012 likewise serves as a harbinger for the start of a new age of creation. What does this harbinger point to, the coming flyby of the Planet X system. Proof of this is how this more accurate orbit for the Planet X system of 3548 solar years falls into place..
The Last Planet X Flyby
The end of the Long Count calendar in 2012 also marked a new age in the Earths precession. The Earth moves to Aquarius in the precession of the zodiak. Most importantly the end of the Long Count does not signify a specific doomsday event, but it does mark the beginnings of a destructive series of events.
This is why the significance of the Long Count calendar tasked us to dig a little deeper.
If you look at the ancient civilizations that existed between 4000 BC and 1000 BC they would have experienced a flyby of the Planet X system. This particular flyby was what we will call a best case scenario where the Earth was on the opposite side of the Sun from Nibiru.
One flyby marker that can be identified in both the Kolbrin Bible, the Torah, and the Bible’s Old Testament is the Exodus of the Israelite people from Egypt. However, finding a direct spot-on correlation between the dates of the Exodus and the last flyby of the Planet X system has always been an elusive conundrum. So let’s unravel it with these new findings.
UPDATE: Thanks to the feedback of a reader, I’ve updated this article. As Marshall said, it is about getting it right and this resulted in further investigation into the Exodus. Original source material used was Wikipedia which corroborated other sources that were read as well. Further research found a 111-year discrepancy which I will cite here for the reader to follow up on. It is very long but an excerpt in the conclusion section is noted here:
It seems clear after looking at a number of ancient writers that all the ancient Jewish writers took the 430 or 400 years to cover the time in Egypt as well as Canaan. The Book of Jubilees counted 400 years from Abraham’s entry into Canaan. Most of the Jewish writers counted the 400 years from Isaac’s birth to the exodus. The actual time in Egypt was only 185 to 215 years according to most writers; however, Midrash Abkhir specifically states 86 years in Egypt (Rappoport 1966, Vol.2, 286-7). Another important note is that most of the Jewish writers pushed the date of the exodus back to about the time of the expulsion of the Hyksos. Josephus would have risen to power just before or during the time of the Hyksos.
Josephus says there are 592 years from the Exodus to the founding of Solomon’s Temple (960 BC) while Sedar Olan Zutta says 480 years. The best explanation of this discrepancy is the omission of the oppressions in the Book of Judges (111 years). This was a common ancient practice as seen in ancient Egyptian king lists.
Josephus goes into detail quoting Manetho showing that the Jews were in Egypt. He equates the Jews with the Hyksos and the Exodus with the expulsion of the Hyksos from Egypt by Ahmose I, who founded the 18th Dynasty (1570 – 1550 BC.) Manetho had access to the original Egyptian hieroglyphics that modern scholars do not have. Yet modern scholars today, both liberal and conservative place the Exodus much later, and claim there is no evidence of the Exodus in Egyptian writings. The best explanation is to identify the Exodus from Egypt with the expulsion of the Hyksos for there is no other mass exit from Egypt.
The Exodus and Planet X
We know that Sitchin in translating the Sumerian tablets found the orbital cycle of Nibiru to be 3600 years. We also know there are references that the Torah notes the Exodus occurred 480 years before the construction of King Solomon’s temple however many scholars omit the oppressions in the Book of Judges (111 years). This puts the number of years before the construction of King Solomon’s temple at 591.
This puts the date of the Exodus at approximately 1551 BC using this source: http://www.bibleandscience.com/archaeology/exodus.htm If we subtract 3600 Solar years from the year 2012 we get 1588 BC which is before the expulsion of Hyksos by Ahmose. That date of 1588 BC does not directly correlate to the Exodus of 1551 BC. As they say “close but no cigar.”
However, as we showed earlier in this article, Planet X researchers have erred in using the 3600 year number with Solar year calculations. With this in mind, lets apply the correction of context to see when the last Planet X flyby probably occurred.
As we have shown earlier, the time span of the orbit of Nibiru based on a 360 day Lunar Calendar is calculated by multiplying 3600 by 360 days. We then divide that number by the 365.25 days in a Solar year where 3600 years time 360 days equals 1,296,000 days.
Therefore, 1,296,000 days / 365.25 = Nibiru orbital cycle expressed as 3,548.25 solar calendar years.
Now let’s take the next step. For the sake of simplicity let’s round that number to 3548 Mayan years.
When we subtract 3548 years from 2012 AD, we get 1536 BC. This falls during the reign of Ahmose who founded the 18th Dynasty around 1570 – 1550 BC. This takes us right back to the probable time of the Exodus based on the archaeological data. Here we have the convergence of multiple sources cross validating the last Planet X flyby.
In order to determine if the celestial alignment of the solar system supports a best case flyby scenario in 1536 BC, Solar Scope was used to determine the probable alignment in 1536 BC.
The alignment from solar scope for July, 1536 BC is shown below and was modified to depict the path of the Nemesis / Planet X system during its Exodus flyby. It corroborates a best case flyby scenario.
Please note, given the rounding off in the calculations the date was adjusted in Solar scope to present a more accurate date based on the alignments of the Exodus and the last Planet X flyby.
So does the new orbit reference of 3548 Solar years hold up for the to previous flybys of Planet X?
Taking the recalculated Planet X orbit of 3548 solar years multiplying that by 2 provides a result of 7096 solar years for the flyby that preceded the Exodus flyby. By subtracting that from 2012 AD, we get 5084 BC and the alignment as shown below.
Like the Exodus flyby in 1536 BC, the preceding flyby in 5084 BC was also a best case scenario. We see in the graphic that Earth is on the opposite side of the Sun from the Nemesis / Planet X system in Jul, 5084 BC.
8652 BC was the next flyby which was most likely given the alignment of the planets in our solar system as the Deluge flyby. Taking the recalculated Planet X orbit of 3548 solar years multiplying that by 3 provides a result of 10,664 solar years. Subtract that from 2012 AD and it gives us 8652 BC.
The Solar Scope graphic for Jan, 8652 BC depicts a worst case flyby scenario for Earth. This flyby resulted in the Deluge (a.k.a Noah’s Flood.) In the Lost Book of Enki it states the flyby which caused the Deluge on Earth also stripped Mars of its atmosphere rendering it uninhabitable.
It is important to note that these three flyby dates, 1536 BC, 5084 BC and 8652 BC corroborate the Mayan Long Count calendar.
In this article we have determined that context is everything and Planet X researchers have made an error of context. We can see that the elites have used and propagated this misnomer as a means to create confusion.
The Mayan civilization created the Long Count Calendar as a means to provide knowledge and a legacy to their future generations. Sadly they did not anticipate their decline and eventually being replaced by the Tolmec’s followed by the Aztec. Likewise, the Aztec never anticipated being conquered by the Spanish and the Holy Church.
Finally we can reconcile the date of the Exodus as a marker of the last flyby of the Planet X system. We can fairly trust that most if not all the Anunnaki returned to Nibiru around 1446 BC and that they will be returning soon.
Therefore, the 12/21/12 date definitively did not mark a doomsday event as Hollywood sold it, but simply a harbinger date the Mayans used to inform their future generations to prepare and watch the signs of a catastrophic flyby of the Planet X system.
Furthermore, post-12/21/2012 empirical data clearly support that proposition. The final question is, now that we have shown that the signs coincide with that date and they are on the increase will we take action – or not?
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