Happy New Mayan Cycle

by Marla Bollak on December 19, 2012

English: Mayan calendar created by a modern cr...A Mayan long count cycle ends on 21 Dec 2012. Much has been said about this, maybe even a little hysteria. No one gets crazy when they think about our calendar ending each year on Dec 31, because we know that a new year begins on the next day, 1 Jan.

One difference is that there is a grand astrological occurrence that occurs with the end of the current long count cycle and beginning of the next. Since celestial bodies affect each other in ways that remain mysterious to me, this alignment will affect us. Here is one explanation of those effects:

Whether you notice any difference or not, Happy New Mayan Long Count Cycle, which occurs on the winter solstice! It also occurs once in about 5,126 years.

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{ 3 comments }

Eileen Lichtenstein December 21, 2012 at 6:24 pm

Thanks for these facts!

Angela Goodeve January 6, 2013 at 9:39 pm

Hi Marla, thanks for this. I have been interested in all of the talk I hear about the Mayan calendar, and found the video really interesting! It reminded me of previous readings about quantum physics, and how we are all made up of molecules, the same as any other object…and also how our thoughts are considered the same (check out Lynn McTaggart’s books if this interests you, they are amazing!)

I also believe that we are effected by planetary changes, and witnessed it first hand working in Social Services: We would have these crazy days with Clients, and someone would say “It must be a full moon”, and sure enough 9/10 times it was! Bottom line is that we are all connected in ways we don’t even know…now I know a little more :)

Marla January 16, 2013 at 10:46 pm

Good for you, Ang, for listening to the whole video – and glad you enjoyed it. I found it to be fascinating as well as informative, which is why I chose to share this one. I’m not an Astrologer, but there does seem to be something to it.

As always, I appreciate your comments.

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