The year 2012 is an Amon millennium year, and five Amens of Amon with the help of Imons, both past and present, in this time frame (World War III) are now preparing a majority report addressing their petition to Amon seeking Amon-Ra (sun/son of Amon) status in the world for the years ahead.
In a secular republic any petition worthy enough for consideration to a supreme court table has a majority report and a minority report.
The Amon Majority/Minority Report #1
THE CALENDAR WATCH
We have another “catastrophe” story, on the other side of the Atlantic Ocean. It mentions about the world ages, called the “Suns”, and all the calculations are depicted on an excellent calendar system ever found in an ancient civilization. The Mayans of Yucatan and Southern Mexico had developed an astounding calendar which depended upon their precise astronomical observations. While most of the scholars deal with Tzolkin (the Religious Cycle) or Haab (the solar year), the most intriguing part of the Mayan calendar system is the famous “Long Count”.
This very interesting time keeping concept divides the time since “The Beginning” into 5 different “ages”. Each “Sun” lasts around 5125,36 years and we are living the last days of the 5th (thus, the last). According to the Mayas, the end of the 5th Sun, “13 Bactun” in their calendar system, will come with a catastrophe and mark the beginning of a new era in the history of mankind.This mysterious “end date” of the 5th Sun is December the 23rd, 2012 AD in our Gregorian calendar system, according to scholar Eric Thompson. After a careful study in the field of archaeoastronomy, he marked the beginning of this last time span as August the 13th, 3113 BC.
We shall come back to the basics of this time keeping model later, but for now, let’s only give a look at the supposed beginning and end dates of the “Long Count”. The first year of the 5th Sun as Thompson pointed out, is 3113 BC. This date is a very special pinpoint in space-time, when a 13 Baktuns age (The 4th Sun) ended and a new one began.
According to Mayan cosmology, this is not a simple “milestone” as we use in our calendars marking the end of an “age” and beginning of another. For example, when we talk about the prehistorical “ages”, we deal with a “substance” used to fashion “tools” by the ancient men: “Stone Age” or “Bronze Age”. In our western understanding, the “end” of the ages does not necessarily mean a “global change” and by no means this shifting ages have something to do with heavens. Astronomical observations or galactic changes are not taken into account when determining the “world ages”. Instead, our concept of “ages” is rather a “pragmatical” one by considering just the social, political and economical changes in a certain geography (and formulates it in terms of the Western world.) In contrary, ancient peoples always directed their eyes to the heavens and only the “galactical” or “universal” changes of significance were considered as “World Ages”. Because “what happens on the heavens, determines everything on the earth.” This cosmological concept was a very common one in ancient world and was very well formulated with the familiar Hermetic principle “As above, so below“. The effects of the end of one age and the start of another were definitely “global” and somehow related with a catastrophe, which was the “mark of change”.
The date, civilization was born
The Mayans believed that the year 3113 BC was a global pinpoint for the entire world. A horrible catastrophe ended an “Age” in this year and marked the starting point of a new one. Surprisingly, Mayans were not the only ancient people who pointed out this curious year as the starting point of a “new age”. Thousands of miles away from Yucatan, on the other site of the Pacific Ocean, another ancient people developed an understanding of “cosmic world ages”, called the “Yuga“s. According to ancient Hindu philosophy, the last world age began on 3102 BC, called “Kaliyuga“. This could be considered as a simple “coincidence” if there had not been any more references to a date close to 3100 BC in other ancient civilizations’ histories.
The so-called “unification” of Lower and Upper Egypt by a pharaoh called “Narmer” (a.k.a “The Scorpion King”) or Menes supposedly took place around 3100 BC. After some very interesting findings around Egypt (including the famous “Narmer Plate”) Egyptology accepted this date as the starting point of the Dynasties along the Nile Valley. Furthermore, scholars have difficulties to explain the “sudden rise” of the Egyptians with their advanced cities and holy writings (called “the hieroglyphes”) exactly around this time. As Ancient Egyptian specialist James P. Allen states, “Unlike Mesopotamian cuneiform or chinese, whose beginnings can be traced over several hundred years, hieroglyphic writing seems to appear in Egypt suddenly, shortly before 3000 BC, as a complete system” (22). (Interestingly, Allen also states a “change” in Egyptian language around 1600 BC: The New Egyptian replaces the Middle Egyptian.)
If we look at the early Mesopotamian cities, we confront almost the same circumstances around the land of Sumer. Though some of the pre-Sumerian settlements (the “Obaid” culture) can be chased back to 3700 BC, it is very clear that the Sumerian Civilization as we know it, flourished between the Euphrates and Tigris rivers, around 3100 BC. The preceding years of the “Golden Age” of Nippur, Eridu and Ur are shadowed by some kind of natural catastrophes, as scholar Leonard Woolley found out the traces of “The Deluge” in early 20th century. In South America, along the Pacific coast of Peru, a mysterious ancient civilization who were the ancestors of the Inca and Quechua people, emerged with a sophisticated city structure and with sacred pyramids, built centuries before the Giza pyramides in Egypt. The times is again, around 3000 BC. Besides, their descendants, the Inca had also an “ancient wisdom” about curious “world ages” called “Suns” just like the Maya of Yucatan or the Toltecs of Central Mexico. According to this system, the last “Sun” began around 3000 BC. The same concept can be found with “5 equal world ages” called “the Worlds” in Nahajo indians’ calendar keeping system. Finally, as we stated above, the first building date proposed by scholars for the megalithic monument of Stonehenge is around 3000 BC.
After all, we can arrive a conclusion that the year 3113 BC was indeed a significant date on Earth’s history. Just like a whistle somebody had blown to mark the beginning of a new phase in humanity. What could be the motivation behind this “sudden enthusiasm” for establishing advanced cities and civilizations all around the world just about the same time?
I propose, this was the end of a long “chaotic period”, marked by a global catastrophe which was echoed in almost all ancient mythologies as “The Deluge”. As Sir Leonard Wooley pointed out, the “flood” had occurred some time between 3200 and 3100 BC around most of the low lands from Mexico to China. After the “nightmare” was over, the people began to build cities and establish kingdoms with a high motivation and “confidence”.
A “heavenly” corelation
As we discussed above, the end date of this period (”World Age”) according to Mayan Long Count system is the year 2012 AD. And again, as we pointed out that the next orbital passage of the mysterious Sumerian planet Nibiru may well coincide with this date. Two milestones, two important “celestial events” that strongly effects our world, and two indicators of a global catastrophe- coinciding on the same year. What do all these mean?
The total time span for Maya ages, is 25,627 years. (One World Age, or Mayan “Sun” is “13 Baktuns” which makes 1,872,000 days. So, the total 5 ages have 9,360,000 days. This equals 25,626.98 years.) This is exactly “7 x 3661″ years. In other words, 5 Mayan Ages are equal to 7 Marduk orbital passages. The numbers 5 and 7 are “sacred” for Meso-Americans and Mesopotamians respectively. More intriguing than this, this equality clearly shows that the “first day of the first Maya World Age” begins with Marduk’s orbital passage!
We know that, Mayans like to “equalize” cycles, using a “smallest common number” method. This is just like their “Calendar Round” which makes 52 years and 73 Tzolkins (260 days “sacred” cycle) synchronized in 18,980 days. Or, like they equalized 8 solar years, 5 Venus synodic cycles (584 days) and 99 lunar months in a 2,920 days cycle. So, I propose that, the ancestors of Mayans were aware of the Great Flood around 3150 BC and selected the year 3113 BC both as “First Day of the Fifth Sun” and “The Birth Of Venus”. During 1649 BC catastrophes, some priests were able to measure the orbital period of Nibiru/Marduk and they insisted that this age was about to end during the next orbital passage in 2012 AD. This makes a “world age” of around 5125.36 years. With their familiar “smallest common number” method, they equalized 3661 and 5125.36 in a huge 25,627 years time span. This was the “sacred” cycle of total human ages!
The corelation between Marduk’s orbital period (3661 years) and World Ages, also help us to decode the mystery of Tzolkin, the 260 days sacred calendar. One World Age was, 13 Baktuns; and one Baktun was 20 Katuns. So, Tzolkin was formularized as 13 “Uinals” (20 days “months”). This was a miniature model of a “World Age” in fact! And else? Let’s change the “year” unit in a “World Age” and use “Tzolkin” (260 days period) instead of a solar year:
5125.36 x 260 = 1,332,593.6 days.
1,332,593.6 / 365.24 = 3648.54 years.
This value is very near to 3661 years orbital period of Nibiru. If we take the integer part of this number (3648) and add Mayans “13 Holy Sky Gods”, we get exactly 3661 years. So, Tzolkin also helps to calculate the orbital period of the10th Planet, in a “secret” way.
3661 is a really intriguing number. If you multiply it with 7, it gives total Mayan Ages’ time span. And 3661 can only be divided to 7, like “7 Stations of Marduk in space.” This definitely calls for a really interesting relation between 3661 and 7.
The Great Year Astrologically Defined
The duration of the precession cycle, the time it takes for the equinox to precess 360 degrees relative to the fixed stars, is often given as 25,920 or 26,000 years. In reality the exact duration cannot be given, as the rate of precession is changing over time. This speed is currently 243.8 microradians (50.3 arcseconds) per year which would give 25,765 years for one cycle to complete.
The Amon Minority Sun of Amon-Ra Report: 1978
The processional speed is slightly increasing each year, and therefore the cycle period is decreasing. Numerical simulations of the solar system over a period of millions of years give a period of 257 centuries. but no one is certain of the exact precession rate over long periods of time. Near the turn of the 20th century astronomer Simon Newcomb invented a "constant" to account for the increasing annual precession rate. Over the last 100 years this constant has been found to have underestimated the actual acceleration in the rate.
On May 21, 2011, after 33 years of hanging the world on a deadly bright sun of Amon-Ra on a world time bomb cross, Amon will accept the Majority Report of the American/English Amen.