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    GLP - January 3rd 2013 Is The Real Mayan End Date! Not Dec 21st 2012 - ANSWER

    Post  THEeXchanger on Fri Nov 22, 2013 6:03 pm

    GLP - January 3rd 2013 Is The Real Mayan End Date! Not Dec 21st 2012 - ANSWER


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    January 3rd 2013 Is The Real Mayan End Date! Not Dec 21st 2012

    from: http://www.godlikeproductions.com/bbs/reply.php?messageid=1989381&page=4&forum=1

    need someone on thuban, to post this thread, thank YOU

    i have an interesting answer to it, once posted

    Many Thanks
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    Re: GLP - January 3rd 2013 Is The Real Mayan End Date! Not Dec 21st 2012 - ANSWER

    Post  THEeXchanger on Fri Nov 22, 2013 6:03 pm

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    Re: GLP - January 3rd 2013 Is The Real Mayan End Date! Not Dec 21st 2012 - ANSWER

    Post  THEeXchanger on Fri Nov 22, 2013 6:04 pm

    MY ANSWER:

    This is an interesting topic



    -so, i'll table this for your consideration



    First thing,

    1/3 - 2013

    is a 1+3+2+0+1+3 = 10/1



    (i;ll get to the "meat" of your "13=13"

    in the next post)



    In Lemuria (lemurian) numerology

    and, in Atlantis (atlantean) numerology

    you would separate

    the century, from the year count



    so; Century 19(xx) = 1+9=10/1(xx)

    so; Century 20(xx) = 2+0=2(xx)



    so; 2012 =  2 x 12 = 24

    = The number of elders at the table

    = The number of stones in a breastplate





    20; 2013 =  2 x 13 = 26

    = The number of The Great Spirit aka God aka G*d



    in regular numerology; 2012=5



    in regular numerology; 2013=6



    THE DATE of 21st December 2012

    12 - 21 - 2012 = 1+2+2+1+2+0+1+2=11

    11 is a master number

    11 is also an important number in creation



    if 2012 = 24  and, 12/21=(12+21) = 33*

    and, 33 is a masternumber

    24+33=47=11*

    and, 11 is a masternumber

    24x33=792=18/9 - which  is about beginnings/endings



    THE DATE of 22nd December 2012

    12- 22 - 2012 = 1+2+2+2+2+0+1+2=12/3

    3 is the number of a triad, trinity of trine



    if 2012 = 24  and, 12/22=(12+22) = 34 = 3+4=7

    24+34=48=12=3

    24x34=816=15/6



    THE DATE of 03rd January 2013



    if 2013= 26  and, 1/3=4

    26+4=30/3

    3 is related to: a triad, a trine, or a trinity

    26x4=104/5



    THE DATE of 16th December 2013

    if 2013=26  and, 12/16=28/10/1

    12 - 16 - 2013 = 1+2+1+6+2+0+1+3=16=7

    7 is also an important number in creation

    your soul also moves through 7 levels

    through 7 levels

    26+16=42/6

    26x16=416/11

    11 is a Master Number



    THE DATE of 17th December 2013

    if 2013=26   and, 12/17=29/11

    11 is a masternumber

    12 - 17 - 2013 = 1+2+1+7+2+0+1+3=17/8

    26 + 8 = 34/7

    26 x 8 = 208/10/1



    THE LEGEND of MASTER NUMBERS

    related to Atlantis & Lemuria

    Atlantean & Lemurian Astrology

    ~ Susan Lynne Schwenger



    0= Zeropoint



    1 = A Master number (1+0=1) (0+1=1)



    2 is NOT a master number,

    (1+1=2)or (2+0=2) or (0+2=2)



    3 - Triad, Trine, Trinty

    (1+2=3) or (2+1=3)or (0+3=3) or (3+0=3)



    4 is NOT a master number,

    (1+3=4) or (2+2=4) or (3+1=4)or (4+0=4) or (0+4=4)



    5 is NOT a master number,

    (1+4=5) or (2+3=5) or (3+2=5) or (4+1=5)

    or (5+0=5) or (0+5=5)



    6 is NOT a master number,

    (1+5=6) or (2+4=6) or (3+3=6) or (4+2=6) or (5+1=6)

    or,(6+0=6) or (0+6=6)



    7 is NOT a master number,

    (1+6=7) or (2+5=7) or (3+4=7) or (4+3=7) or (5+2=7) or

    (6+1=7)or (7+0=7) or (0+7=7)



    8 is NOT a master number,

    (1+7=8 ) or (2+6=8 ) or (3+5=8 ) or (4+4=8 ) or (5+3=8 ) or

    (6+2=8 ) or (7+1=8 ) or (8+0=8 ) or (0+8=8 )



    9 is NOT a master number,

    (1+8=9) or (2+7=9) or (3+6=9) or (4+5=9) or (5+4=9) or (6+3=9) or (7+2=9) or (8+1=9) or (9+0=9) or (0+9=9)



    NOTE; adding O to any number, gives the same number

    (we are NOT going to type this in, over an over again)



    10 is NOT a master number, until reduced (10=1+0=1)



    11 = A Master number - NEVER REDUCE A MASTER NUMBER



    12 is NOT a master number, until reduced (12=1+2=3)



    13 = A Master number



    22 = A Master number



    24 = The number of Elders at The Table, The number of Stones in a breastplate



    33 = A master number



    44,55,66,77,88,99 = A Master number



    111,222,333,444,555,666,777,888,999 = A Master Number



    1000 is NOT a master number, until reduced down (1+0+0+0=1)



    1111, 2222, 3333, 4444, 5555, 6666, 7777, 8888, 9999...

    144,000 ...

    - are all Master numbers

    (there are more, but, that isn't the topic of this post)

    maybe, i'll start a post on:

    The Lessons of Atlantean & Lemurian Numerlogy



    ~ eXchanger

    Susan Lynne Schwenger

    www.thuban.spruz.com

    http://www.godlikeproductions.com/bbs/reply.php?messageid=1989381&page=4&forum=1


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    Re: GLP - January 3rd 2013 Is The Real Mayan End Date! Not Dec 21st 2012 - ANSWER

    Post  THEeXchanger on Fri Nov 22, 2013 6:05 pm

    On your topic of

    13-13

    Here is what I found:

    03 jan 2013 – is NOT a 13/13 date

    03 +1 + 2013 = 2017=10/1

    Or

    20- 13 = 2x13=26 + (3+1) = 30/3

    Or, 2+0+1+3=6 (year of 2013) energy of 6

    And, 2+0+1+3 + 1 + 3 = 9 (2013 – 1 – 3)

    There are a lot of other dates

    That do have this 13 energy to them:

    1/10 = 11

    1/12 = 13

    1/21 = 22

    1/30 = (1/3)0, but, its 31/4 not 13

    2/9 = 11

    2/11 = 13

    3/10 = 13

    3/19 = 22

    3/28 = 31 * a reverse of 13

    3/28 = 3+2+8=13

    3/30 = 33

    4/7 = 11

    4/9 = 13

    4/18 = 22

    4/27 = 31 * a reverse of 13

    4/27 = 4+2+7 = 13

    4/29 = 33

    5/6 = 11

    5/8 = 13

    5/26 = 31 * a reverse of 13

    5/26 = 5+2+6=13

    5/28 = 33

    6/5 = 11

    6/7 = 13

    6/25 = 31 * a reverse of 13

    6/25 = 6+2+5=13

    6/27 = 33

    7/4 =11

    7/6 = 13

    7/15 = 22

    7/24 = 31 * a reverse of 13

    7/24 = 7+2+4=13

    7/26=33

    8/3 =11

    8/5 = 13

    8/14=22

    8/23 = 31 *a reverse of 13

    8/25=33

    8+2+3=13

    9/2 = 11

    9/4 = 13

    9/13 =22

    9/20 = 9+2=11

    9/22= 31 *a reverse of 13 also, 9+2+2=13

    9/24=33

    10/1=11

    10/3 = 13

    10/12=22

    10/21 = 31 *a reverse of 13

    10/23=33

    10/28=1+0+2+8=11

    11/2 = 13

    11/11 =22

    11/12 =33

    11/20 = 31 *a reverse of 13

    11/29 =1+1+2+9=13

    12/1 = 13

    12/10 = 22

    12/11 = 33 * A master number

    12/28=40/4

    12/28= 1+2+2+8 = 13

    So, there are lots of ways to work with numerology

    To determine master number energies,

    Of 1, 11, 13, 22, 33, etc.,

    NOW, you have a lot more ‘13’ energy dates to pick from

    However, I do NOT believe you are going to find your answer this way

    I SEE YOU ARE TRYING TO DETERMINE SOMETHING,

    However, I’m NOT sure what exactly it is ???

    Since, you do NOT have a start date, just an end date,

    And, you are just simply comparing any two dates,

    Using two calendars…

    And, any two dates, will give you eXactly the same difference.

    eXchanger

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    Re: GLP - January 3rd 2013 Is The Real Mayan End Date! Not Dec 21st 2012 - ANSWER

    Post  THEeXchanger on Fri Nov 22, 2013 6:05 pm

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    Re: GLP - January 3rd 2013 Is The Real Mayan End Date! Not Dec 21st 2012 - ANSWER

    Post  THEeXchanger on Fri Nov 22, 2013 6:29 pm

    THE REAL ANSWER:

    The Julian calendar was a reform of the Roman calendar introduced by Julius Caesar in 46 BC (708 AUC).

    It took effect in 45 BC (709 AUC). It was the predominant calendar in most of Europe, and in European settlements in the Americas and elsewhere,

    until it was superseded by the Gregorian calendar.

    The Julian calendar has a regular year of 365 days divided into 12 months, as listed in Table of months.

    A leap day is added to February every four years.

    The Julian year is, therefore, on average 365.25 days long. It was intended to approximate the tropical (solar) year.

    Although Greek astronomers had known, at least since Hipparchus, a century before the Julian reform,

    that the tropical year was a few minutes shorter than 365.25 days, the calendar did not compensate for this difference.

    As a result, the calendar year gained about three days every four centuries compared to observed equinox times and the seasons.

    This discrepancy was corrected by the Gregorian reform of 1582.

    The Gregorian calendar has the same months and month lengths as the Julian calendar, but inserts leap days according to a different rule.

    Consequently, the Julian calendar is currently 13 days behind the Gregorian calendar; for instance, 1 January in the Julian calendar is 14 January in the Gregorian.



    SO, 21 Dec 2012 in the julian calendar is 03 Janurary in the Gregorian Calendar

    - so, they are THE SAME DAYS - nothing tricky here !!!

    this same 13 day difference would be found, between any two dates !!!

    ~ susan lynne schwenger


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