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Mayan knew seasonal year from Noahs Flood via Babylon King Amizaduga
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Elijahovah
2009-10-19 13:10:49 UTC
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The Mayan marked the year 100 BC from 3114 BC
and 99 BC from 3113 BC.
It is twice 1507 years, but the liars of this world do not tell you
- that 3114 BC is creation of the whole current global world by Noahs
Flood.
- that the Maya do not have a seasonal calendar;
it is the faulty 365-day without leap days (4 months off in 480
years).
- the claimed accuracy of the Mayan years is based only on formula
which is no where written down by Maya but presumed by scholars
so as to make another pagan religion as more scientific than
Christianity
(as if the Catholic Church is or was our Christianity and liable for
its crimes,
and the Maya are not liable for their crimes. Many nations and
churches wish
to say Jews were never killed in Germany, and many scholars wish to
say
Aztec /Mayans never sacrificed 1000s or millions.

The formula for seasonal year is 1508 years of 365 days = 1507
Gregorian years.
This formula averages 365.2422 days versus Gregorian which is 365.2424
days.
It is derived from seeing 744 years as 180 leap days of the sun and
its azimuth
on the horizon rather than 720 years for leap days by the star Sirius
(Sothis).
The 720 years from Flood to the birth of high-priest Jannes is
2370-1650 BC
and if you double it, then Egypt will say the Flood was 3090 BC and
that this formula
was discovered in 2370 BC not in 1650 BC. Actually the formula was
known during
12th dynasty Egypt (213 years 1943-1730 BC). It was lost with Joseph
and the famine.

The Maya get their data from the reign of Babylon's king Amizaduga
(1646-1625 BC),
whose Venus dates are lunar dated. But to have solar leap day data
means that
somewhere 365-day dates exist on yet to be discovered tablets. It is
744 years from
2370-1626 BC and 2369-1625 BC. Again, double it, and the Maya insist
the solar leap days were known in discovery in 2370 BC being 744 years
from Flood 3114 BC as 180 solar leap days.
The total Sothic cycle is 720+720+20 years for 180+180+5 leap days;
while the total seasonal cycle is 744+744+20 years for 180+180+5 leap
days.
This means that the seasonal Gregorian year has been lost for 3207
years from
1626 BC to 1582 AD with exception to Mayan scholars of 100 BC only
1527 years
later (20+1507). The Maya never created a leap day for 4 years, much
less for seasonal years and so scholars are giving them credit they do
not have nor deserve. The Maya a merely retaining a fact that
Amizaduga priests declared in 1625 BC (Adam's year 2400).

SO WHY DO YOU PEOPLE IGNORE that the world is about to be destroed in
a couple months, while you push this 2012 AD crap of the Maya who
moved the real Flood year.
Elijahovah
2009-10-19 13:25:30 UTC
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The Mayan marked the year 100 BC from 3114 BC
and 99 BC from 3113 BC.
It is twice 1507 years, but the liars of this world do not tell you
- that 3114 BC is creation of the whole current global world by Noahs
Flood.
- that the Maya do not have a seasonal calendar;
it is the faulty 365-day without leap days (4 months off in 480
years).
- the claimed accuracy of the Mayan years is based only on formula
which is no where written down by Maya but presumed by scholars
so as to make another pagan religion as more scientific than
Christianity
(as if the Catholic Church is or was our Christianity and liable for
its crimes,
and the Maya are not liable for their crimes. Many nations and
churches wish
to say Jews were never killed in Germany, and many scholars wish to
say
Aztec /Mayans never sacrificed 1000s or millions.

The formula for seasonal year is 1508 years of 365 days = 1507
Gregorian years.
This formula averages 365.2422 days versus Gregorian which is 365.2424
days.
It is derived from seeing 744 years as 180 leap days of the sun and
its azimuth
on the horizon rather than 720 years for leap days by the star Sirius
(Sothis).
The 720 years from Flood to the birth of high-priest Jannes is
2370-1650 BC
and if you double it, then Egypt will say the Flood was 3090 BC and
that this formula
was discovered in 2370 BC not in 1650 BC. Actually the formula was
known during
12th dynasty Egypt (213 years 1943-1730 BC). It was lost with Joseph
and the famine.

The Maya get their data from the reign of Babylon's king Amizaduga
(1646-1625 BC),
whose Venus dates are lunar dated. But to have solar leap day data
means that
somewhere 365-day dates exist on yet to be discovered tablets. It is
744 years from
2370-1626 BC and 2369-1625 BC. Again, double it, and the Maya insist
the solar leap days were known in discovery in 2370 BC being 744 years
from Flood 3114 BC as 180 solar leap days.
The total Sothic cycle is 720+720+20 years for 180+180+5 leap days;
while the total seasonal cycle is 744+744+20 years for 180+180+5 leap
days.
This means that the seasonal Gregorian year has been lost for 3207
years from
1626 BC to 1582 AD with exception to Mayan scholars of 100 BC only
1527 years
later (20+1507). The Maya never created a leap day for 4 years, much
less for seasonal years and so scholars are giving them credit they do
not have nor deserve. The Maya a merely retaining a fact that
Amizaduga priests declared in 1625 BC (Adam's year 2400).

SO WHY DO YOU PEOPLE IGNORE that the world is about to be destroed in
a couple months, while you push this 2012 AD crap of the Maya who
moved the real Flood year.
Rob
2009-10-19 16:12:12 UTC
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The Mayan marked the year 100 BC from 3114 BC
and 99 BC from 3113 BC.
It is twice 1507 years, but the liars of this world do not tell you
- that 3114 BC is creation of the whole current global world by Noahs
Flood.
- that the Maya do not have a seasonal calendar;
it is the faulty 365-day without leap days (4 months off in 480
years).
- the claimed accuracy of the Mayan years is based only on formula
which is no where written down by Maya but presumed by scholars
so as to make another pagan religion as more scientific than
Christianity
(as if the Catholic Church is or was our Christianity and liable for
its crimes,
and the Maya are not liable for their crimes. Many nations and
churches wish
to say Jews were never killed in Germany, and many scholars wish to
say
Aztec /Mayans never sacrificed 1000s or millions.
The formula for seasonal year is 1508 years of 365 days = 1507
Gregorian years.
This formula averages 365.2422 days versus Gregorian which is 365.2424
days.
It is derived from seeing 744 years as 180 leap days of the sun and
its azimuth
on the horizon rather than 720 years for leap days by the star Sirius
(Sothis).
The 720 years from Flood to the birth of high-priest Jannes is
2370-1650 BC
and if you double it, then Egypt will say the Flood was 3090 BC and
that this formula
was discovered in 2370 BC not in 1650 BC. Actually the formula was
known during
12th dynasty Egypt (213 years 1943-1730 BC). It was lost with Joseph
and the famine.
The Maya get their data from the reign of Babylon's king Amizaduga
(1646-1625 BC),
whose Venus dates are lunar dated. But to have solar leap day data
means that
somewhere 365-day dates exist on yet to be discovered tablets. It is
744 years from
2370-1626 BC and 2369-1625 BC. Again, double it, and the Maya insist
the solar leap days were known in discovery in 2370 BC being 744 years
from Flood 3114 BC as 180 solar leap days.
The total Sothic cycle is 720+720+20 years for 180+180+5 leap days;
while the total seasonal cycle is 744+744+20 years for 180+180+5 leap
days.
This means that the seasonal Gregorian year has been lost for 3207
years from
1626 BC to 1582 AD with exception to Mayan scholars of 100 BC only
1527 years
later (20+1507). The Maya never created a leap day for 4 years, much
less for seasonal years and so scholars are giving them credit they do
not have nor deserve. The Maya a merely retaining a fact that
Amizaduga priests declared in 1625 BC (Adam's year 2400).
SO WHY DO YOU PEOPLE IGNORE that the world is about to be destroed in
a couple months, while you push this 2012 AD crap of the Maya who
moved the real Flood year.
Scientifically, a global flood is not possible. The world is not going to be
destroyed soon, nor in 2012 AD. Neither of us has a time machine, so we all
have to wait until 2013 to see that all of these predictions are wrong. How
loudly are all of you going to apologize when 2012 fails??
George
2009-10-19 20:05:15 UTC
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Post by Rob
Scientifically, a global flood is not possible. The world is not going to be
destroyed soon, nor in 2012 AD. Neither of us has a time machine, so we all
have to wait until 2013 to see that all of these predictions are wrong. How
loudly are all of you going to apologize when 2012 fails??
I look forward to the goalpost changing and the reguessing of their
'calculations'.
Of course were they believing their claims they'd be willing to sell
off their houses and property to them as know life and the world will
continue as at present.

Tom McDonald
2009-10-19 18:00:01 UTC
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On Oct 19, 8:10 am, Elijahovah <***@wi.rr.com> wrote:

Maya, not 'Mayan'. Otherwise, your silly screed was right on targ. . .
well, as off target as your usual messes.

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