Posts Tagged ‘sun cycle’

Still Waiting for the End?

February 22, 2013

Most people have moved on from the phenomenon once called “the End of the Mayan Calendar” and are actively searching for the next big end of the world date to worry about.

But I think they may have jumped the gun and abandoned the Mayan prediction a little too soon.

As anyone who has read my drivel for the past few years knows, the “ending” was not supposed to be the end of the world but the rebirth of the Sun. Of course that would entail a “death” of the Sun, in a manner of speaking, and the Maya told us it would be a wild runaway patch of sunspots.

sunspot

At the present time, we are entering into the active portion of the sunspot maximum – a cycle that comes every 10-14 years – and results from the interplay of the magnetic fields on the Sun. When they get a little tangled before their reversal, sunspots appear.

And, as I mentioned recently, the Maya mystics are calling for this end of the Sun cycle to occur when the current tzolkin reaches it’s end on March 31st of this year.

See? There may still be some life in the prophecy after all.


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