When does the Mayan calendar really end?

The Mayan calendar is usually said to end on December 21, 2012, but that date seems to have little relevance to the actual Mayan calendar, although it has come to bear great mythological significance for the current age.  According to that great source of modern wisdom :

In 1975, the ending of b’ak’tun 13 became the subject of speculation by several  authors, who asserted it would correspond with a global “transformation of consciousness”. In Mexico Mystique: The Coming Sixth Age of Consciousness,  tied Coe’s original date of December 24, 2011, to astrology and the prophecies of the , while both  (in The Transformative Vision) and  (in The Invisible Landscape) discussed the significance of the year 2012, but not a specific day. It was only in 1983, with the publication of ‘s revised table of date correlations in the 4th edition of Morley’s The Ancient Maya, that each became convinced that December 21, 2012, had significant meaning. By 1987, the year in which he organized the  event, Arguelles was using the date December 21, 2012 in The Mayan Factor: Path Beyond Technology. He claimed that on August 13, 3113 BC the Earth began a passage through a “galactic synchronization beam” that emanated from the , that it would pass through this beam during a period of 5200 tuns (Maya cycles of 360-days each), and that this beam would result in “total synchronization” and “galactic entrainment” of individuals “plugged into the Earth’s electromagnetic battery” by 13.0.0.0.0 (December 21, 2012). He believed that the Maya aligned their calendar to correspond to this phenomenon. Aveni has dismissed all of these ideas.

There’s something romantic and thrilling about the end of the world occurring on the Winter Solstice, but some scholars debate the date of December 21, 2012 as the true end of the Mayan calendar.  For example, Alejandro Cirilo Perez Oxlaj, the 13th generation Quiche Mayan High Priest, and a Grand Elder of the Continental Council of Elders and Spiritual Guides of the Americas, said last year:

We don’t know exactly if it is going to be 2012 or if it is going to be later on. Because 2012 is a Gregorian date, sometimes it does not coincide with the Mayan calendar. There are many reasons why we don’t know exactly the timing. It has to do [with] when the invasion came, a little over 500 years ago [Spanish Conquistador invasion], the [Mayan] men and women of wisdom were the first ones to be assassinated. Then Bishop Diego de Landa, during the invasion, gathered all the books where all the information was, and they set them on fire. So they burned all the information. … The calendar that was at that time in effect, they have gone through so many modifications. . . Like in this Mayan council, they left out days; they didn’t count just to catch up with time. Then with the Gregorian Calendar, all the months are so irregular in length, like the months of 28 days, 30 days, 29 days, 31 days. So this is why it doesn’t [align]. But one thing is for sure, it is certain that you all will know when this happens, because it is going to be a long period of darkness. It is a change of sun; it is another sun that is coming. So, like now, we see the north, and in the other time, it will [be] a different direction.

Writer Johann Calleman claims to have the facts – that the actual date of the end of the Mayan calendar is October 28, 2011.  As I write this, October 28th is just a few days away which makes this a particularly interesting date.  Calleman claims that he successfully predicted the economic collapse in 2008 based on the fact that the Fifth Night of the current cycle began in November 2007, coinciding with the global crash of the world economy.  (He does not seem to take into account the fact that Pluto entered Capricorn in January of 2008 which is when the actual crash began.)

In any case, the LibraRising website has a wonderful depiction of the Mayan calendar (shown above)  that is clearer than any other I have seen, outlining all of the larger cycles and the breakdown into smaller cycles.  This article is a bit on the New Agey side, but one interesting aspect to this depiction of the cycles is the fact that the first cycles are extremely long in duration, and as humanity evolves the cycles of evolution become shorter and shorter, reflecting what we have actually seen in the progression of human consciousness and civilization.

Some hysterical internet riders posted this date as PROOF that the world would end because the Comet Elenin would be closest to earth around this same time.  We recently saw that there Elenin was nothing to be feared, but the penchant for dramatic endings to the world continue. Even preacher Harold Camping, who has three times unsuccessfully predicted the end of the world, that no one can know when that day will come.  (Just as Jesus said so many years ago. I suspect that Jesus said that just to keep people from going crazy about the end of the world, but as with so many things he said, no one really listens.)

In any case – if the world does end on October 28th the November Skywatch article may be delayed.  Just in case, sign up now so that you can receive November’s planetary news in your inbox!

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  2. Greg F October 26, 2011 at 11:32 am

    The graphic and the description of how things are speeding 25 billion times faster made me wonder what it was like at the end of the previous cycle. Did mankind reach a previous Golden Age only to be followed by a worldwide Restart that erased everything to begin again?

    Hmmm…
    ~G~

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      Greg, have you seen any of the Pyramid Code programs? They are really great and answer this exact question. Google them – I think you can purchase the DVDs online.

      • Greg F October 27, 2011 at 4:19 pm

        Thanks for the tip, Lynn.:-)

        Greg

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