Solar eclipse coming May 20..what else?
From a scientific standpoint, it’s fantastic to view the first solar eclipse in more than two decades; with this rare eclipse set to appear over Western states of the U.S. May 20. In the meantime, Saturday’s “gloriously full” Moon was considered by astronomers as “one of the most dramatic celestial events yet to come” in a crazy 2012 that’s already awash with Mayan prophecy hysteria. At the same time, a recent USA Today report states how this May 20 “ring of fire” will be seen by viewers “in a swath from the Pacific coast to Texas.” In turn, astronomers told USA Today that “some of the best places to see the annular eclipse – one in which all but the outermost rim of the sun is blocked by the moon, leaving a ‘bull’s eye’ ring of sunlight – are in the wide open spaces of national parks.” In turn, park rangers and astronomers will offer special programs for those wishing to view this most unusual solar eclipse May 20 out West.
The Mayan or Aztec or ancient Mesoamerican prophecy – dubbed “The Mayan Prophecy” – suggests that “bright lights” in the sky; while the Mayan’s also prophesied “sudden or major changes in the year 2012.”
In turn, Guy P. Harrison’s new book “50 Popular Beliefs that People Think are True” states that the Mayan Prophecy is not clear on how the Earth will end on December 21, 2012. For instance, Harrison writes on page 392 of his new book that the Mayans didn’t specify “if the world is going to explode, implode, collide, flood, fry, freeze or vanish on December 21, 2012.”
Harrison also references Mark Van Stone’s book “2012: Science and Prophecy of the Ancient Maya,” as pointing to “the notion of a ‘Great Cycle’ coming to an end in 2012,” with this grave prediction coming from these ancient people who are best known for worshipping the Sun as a god.
Thus, the Los Angeles Times had fun with its front page headline May 4 asking: “It’s a bird… It’s a plane… It’s supermoon!” while explaining the Saturday, May 5, moon was at its closest point to the Earth for the entire year at “about 9 p.m. Pacific time.”
Moreover, Harrison explains in his new book that Mayan’s predicting the same super moon and then a rare solar eclipse occurring in 2012 back in ancient times before Christ as helping to stoke the fire of the damming Mayan prophecy that claims Earth’s end times are now here in 2012.
People have been talking about the year 2012 for a very long time, with an ever widening range of predictions and theories. From 2004, 2005, 2006 Crop Circles have been appearing at Wood Stone Hill, England. These Crop Circles have been analyzed by experts in the Mayan Calendar Teachings. The investigators have confirmed that the Crop Circles contain powerful messages related to the Ancient Mayans Calendar Cosmic Events that will take place in 2012. Especially the large crop circle found in Wiltshire, England indicate that the time window of May 20th, 2012 and June 6th, 2012 was encoded in the design of the crop circle that appear in the picture above. As per information obtained from several experts in the Astronomy Mayan Calendar Teachings and their analysis of a Crop Circle that appeared in August 9, 2005 in Wood Stone Hill, (Wiltshire) England; “A mayor cosmic event will take place on May 20, 2012.” And these events are explained below: This coming Sunday, May 20, 2012 several cosmic events will take place. 1st. There will be a Solar Eclipse. 2nd. There will be a Major Alignment of Celestial Bodies: Planet Earth, The Moon, The Sun, and The Pleiades Constellation will be all directly aligned with the center of the galaxy. 3rd. from May 20, 2012 to June 6, 2012 The Planet Venus will start its 16 days transit movement in front of the Sun.
Planet Earth, the Moon, the Sun and the Pleiades Constellation will be directly aligned with the Center of the Galaxy.
wow..just wow..alignment doom does seem to bring about very little but this is a beauty..i would be looking out for quakes and CME storms and volcanoes..