“There was no year zero”. If you search engine it, you’ll find about 1210 pages with that result. I was a caller on GroundZero one night when Clyde was talking about the subject of end times, and I told him “you have to always add a year”. Or instead of the date April 10, 2013, in mathematical terminology, we have completed 2012 years 4 months and 10 days.
I’m writing this because in last night’s rerun of Seinfeld, Kramer and Newman were both throwing a new year’s eve (year 2000) party. They both were touting it they’re own brand of Millenium Party. Newman had booked “Christopher Cross”. Newman invited everyone except Jerry. Well, in the end, they both agreed to invite Jerry and combine their efforts. But Jerry told Newman at the end of the show, that because “there was no year 0, his party would be a year too late”. Actually it would be a year too early, but the writers somehow got that wrong. On purpose, I don’t know, but it made the laugh better.
I then thought to myself, of all the comedic variations of a theme, why did the writers choose “There was no year zero” to lead into the “zinger”? Comedy is mostly kept simple enough for the common man to “get”. And laugh. The laugh has to come quick, not take a few brain cells to digest, before laughing.
Then I thought, “They’re telling us”. Who? What? Steve Quayle knows as well, as he stated in his recent article about Joe B Veep saying something like, We’ll sweep down on you and take all your guns from you. The illuminati HAS to tell you before they do it. It’s in their law. How they tell you doesn’t matter. What degree doesn’t matter. They just have to tell you in some manner, which reaches the majority of the people.
OK, so I just thought I’d share this with the others that know about this subject. The band Christopher Cross may be interpreted as Christian Cross. Or Cross the Christians. Of all the bands you could pick to be at your party, why would you have picked a one hit wonder whose music is more apt to put you to sleep, then rock you out?
And if you don’t think 2013 is the end, just read up a little on Comet ISON, coming to us this December. Not to mention the increase of meteors whizzing by us, as of late.
I don’t agree with the end of the world stuff that is going around. It seems like we’re given a date, people freak out, date passes. Then, we’re given another day, the same happens with people, but nothing happens. So on and so forth. I’d rather just carry on with life and have some fun and a little less stress opposed to worrying about Mayans and comets and things that I have no control over.
Speaking of Geometry and Prophesy, those Mayans left all the future predictions in the structures they made, in the form of mathematical language. Wish I knew the name of the guy I heard on C2C one night many years ago, who is an expert on this subject. One of the most incredible interviews I ever heard.
I saw a long lecture on the mayan calendar, presumably by the world’s foremost expert, and he stated that the mayans were not predicting a calamitous end, but a new beginning. Now, most new beginnings are preceded by a disaster, (see roadtorotta.com, re: Creative Destruction Event) but the Mayans did not specify destruction. According to this “expert”. It was on google videos… I saw it in 2010 I believe.
The 13th baktun was calculated When? That is pertinent to our missing year ZERO. If made AFTER “the Year of Our Lord” then the missing Zero Year is null and Void.
PS: There are other baktuns that the mayans calculated! Plus, the current mayan chief scoff at the idea of the world ending at the conclusion of the 13th baktun. Just sayin’!
Just a question…How are you figuring the years? Are you including leap years because they were something the Mayans would have no calculated. I think it might be time to move on to the next end of the world scenario. I hear the Tea Party has big plans.
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