Crop Circle Museum
There have been two large and very successful Crop Circle Exhibitions in Europe. The first took place two years ago at Interlokun, Switzerland at Erich van Daenikens ‘Mystery Park’ and featured the Mayan Crop Circle. The second was open from 21. October ’06 until 21. January ’07 in Linz, Austria.
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Mayan Tonal Acupressure Course
2004 Mayan Crop Circle of the Year
The Mayan civilizations were prolific communicators and are still sending us messages.
The ancient ones tell us to look for our guidance in the stones and the earth. If we continue to pay attention our growth into a conscious awareness of their knowledge and abilities to continue working with us will expand.
The crop circle on the left was brought to my attention immediately upon completion. I have been working to decode this information since it was discovered in 2004. My first efforts were not published as it sometimes takes years for the exact information to become clarified. I did not read the circle properly in my intial comtemplation and have since been given the dates as you see on the left for the meaning of this beautiful creation.
The message contains explicit directions for our understanding of the purpose for the 20 Tzolk'in rounds that started on the day after the crop circle was finished.
Take the message into your meditation for confirmation so that you can be aware of the high frequency energies that will continue to activate the human race for this 5200 day time period.
About the Count
We have had some inquiries on the dates shown as they were different than the count used by Jose' Arguelles and the count by Johan Calleman.
Over the years of travel to the many areas of the Maya lands as I continued my research into the recurring calendar cycles, I have observed that the Tzolk'in Round count kept by the elders varies by region. The Yucatec Maya and the Guatamala Maya are not in sync with either Jos'e Arguelles or Johan Calleman. As I visited the ancient sites studying the glyphs on the stones my own story started to unfold. Comparing the many stones carvings dated from long ago a pattern emerged that would allow me to take my studies to more depth and develop the HAAB Solar Year cycle as a fixed date calendar round that matched the ancient inscriptions. This opened the portals to receive information from the Ancient Wisdom Keepers who became visible to our groups in the portals of many sites bringing their wisdom and knowledge forward for our research. With their guidance the HAAB fixed cycle was verified as accurate and I was told to start the current count on May 21, 2012 and count backwards for 52 years, intermeshing this Tzolk'in count with the HAAB. This took 7 years and the count now repeats accurately for the 52 year Tunben Kak. The Evolutionary Cosmology shown on our site also verifies the importance of the May 21, 2012 date, not as an ending of the 5200 year cycle, nor the completion of 13 Bakt'un's, but the completion of a Grand AHAU cycle of 20 yrs. (20 x 20 = 400 years=1 BAKTUN ) which they describe as the last 4th world dissonant event. As we tilt into the light when the Gate of Man
opens in Gemini, May 21, 2012, marking our return from 12,000 years of separation from God/Source and encouraging a new world age of consciousness and awareness.
One of the best explanations that I have found for the difference in the count between elders of the many regions and new age prophets was on the Wikopedia website which I will post here. Man has changed the accuracy of time so often over the past 12,000 years that none of the current methods of counting the ages are correct. A good book to study the history of time is "The Arrow of Time" by Paul Davies.
Researchers created a software program for the calculations of just one of the 9 recurring cycles, which does not include the complexity of Maya thought, their spirituality, nor their cosmology. The Ancient Maya were able to interweave all of the above and are still communicating with us if we will open our minds and hearts to listen. The crop circles will continue to manifest and I will work with the Ancient Ones to decode them.
Only one day in one calendar system has to be firmly established in the other to be able to translate all dates in one system to the other. The commonly-established way of expressing the correlation between the Maya calendar and the Gregorian or Julian calendars is to give the offset in days from the start of the Julian Period to the Maya creation on 188.8.131.52.0 4 Ajaw 8 Kumk'u.
The most commonly accepted correlation is the "Goodman, Martinez, Thompson" correlation (GMT correlation). The GMT correlation establishes that the 184.108.40.206.0 creation date occurred on 3114 BCE September 6 (Julian) or 3114 BCE August 11 (Gregorian), Julian day number (JDN) 584283, the number of days since the start of the Julian Period. This correlation fits the astronomical, ethnographic, carbon dating, and historical sources. However, there have been other correlations that have been proposed at various times. All of the following are only of historical interest, except that by Floyd Lounsbury, two days after the GMT correlation, which is still used by a few Maya scholars.
Many of the books about the Maya and most of the software available for Maya calendar conversions uses the proleptic Gregorian calendar. In this system all Julian calendar dates are revised into the Gregorian calendar, rather than left in the Julian calendar which was in use before it. This is how one converts the Long Count 0.0.0.0.0 to August 11, 3114 BCE.
The use of software that is based on the proleptic Gregorian calendar can be problematic for:
1. Historical research. For example the G.M.T. correlation is based on dates given to Bishops Diego de Landa in Yucatán and Bernardino de Sahagún in Mexico. If one were to try to correctly derive the G.M.T. correlation by using these dates in a program that used the proleptic Gregorian calendar it would fail because de Landa and Sahagún were using the Julian calendar.
2. Astronomical research. For example, to study ancient observations on stelae or in the codices, one may convert a Long Count to days, months, and years. This date would then be entered into an astronomy program. The astronomy program will use the standard Julian/Gregorian calendar so this will cause a major error.
Obviously this is a nontrivial issue and since most researchers will buy computer software to do Maya calendar conversions it is imperative for them to know which system their program uses.
The end of the 13th b'ak'tun is conjectured to have been of great significance to the Maya, but does not necessarily mark the end of the world according to their beliefs, but a new beginning or time of re-birth. According to the Popol Vuh, a book compiling details of creation accounts known to the Quiché Maya of the colonial-era highlands, we are living in the fifth world. The Popol Vuh describes the first four creations that the gods failed in making and the creation of the successful fifth world where men were placed. The Maya believed that the fifth world would end in catastrophe and the sixth and final world would be created that would signal the end of mankind.
The last creation ended on a long count of 220.127.116.11.0. Another 18.104.22.168.0 will occur on December 21, 2012, and it has been discussed in many New Age articles and books that this will be the end of this creation, the next pole shift or something else entirely. However, the Maya abbreviated their long counts to just the last five vigesimal places. There were an infinite number of larger units that were usually not shown. When the larger units were shown (notably on a monument from Coba), the end of the last creation is expressed as 22.214.171.124.126.96.36.199.188.8.131.52.184.108.40.206.220.127.116.11.18.104.22.168.0, where the units are obviously supposed to be 13s twenty places larger than that b'ak'tun. In this age we are only approaching 22.214.171.124.126.96.36.199.188.8.131.52.184.108.40.206.220.127.116.11.18.104.22.168.0, and the larger places would all need to similarly roll over to 13 again to match the date of the new creation.
This is confirmed by a date from Palenque, which projects forward in time to 22.214.171.124.0.0, which will occur on October 13, 4772 (a Friday). The Classic Period Maya likely did not believe that the end of this age would occur in 2012. According to the Maya, there will be a baktun ending in 2012, a significant event being the end of a 13th 400 year period, but not the end of the world.
The Creation Stelea from COBA
The graphic on the left shows the complete Creation Stelea from Coba in the Yucatan Peninsula. Notice the numbers on each side of the glyphs that denote how many years are involved in each set of 13.
The first 9 levels from the top are cycles above the ALAUTUN, which scholars had always denoted as the longest cycle in the Long Count. However, this diagram denotes a lot more cycles than we are yet aware of in our limited knowledge base about the Universes, Dimensions and Creation in the thought of the Maya.
1 ALAUTUN = 64,000,000 years or 20 K'INICHULTUNS
1 K'INICHULTUN = 3,200,000 years or 20 CALABTUNS
1 CALABTUN = 160,000 years or 20 PICTUNS
1 PICTUN = 8000 years or 20 BAKTUN
1 BAKTUN = 400 years or 20 GRAND AHAU KATUNS
1 GRAND AHAU KATUN = 20 years ending on an AHAU day
1 GRAND KATUN = 260 Years x 20 = 5200 years
When all the cycles were added together they equaled the largest numbers that humanity would ever see. 1
It computes at: 41,943,040,000,000,000,000,000,000,000.
1 This text and number from: Maya Cosmos by David Freidel, Linda Schele, Joy Parker, page 63.
Mayan Crop Circle August 2006
The Crop Circle on the left was found in August 2006, also in the U.K.
I have not started my work with the Ancient Maya to develop an understanding of this code yet.
I will post their description here as it is received.
Thank you for your patience.