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Auric Cycles for the Mayan Calendar

Separation Epochs of Auric Cycles for the Mayan Calendar and their Synchronism with Global Geocosmic Phenomena, Demographic Trends, and Development of Consciousness

-2 3.85 11,434 BC 11,446 BC

Epoch of termination of the last glacial era (XII-th millennium BC) Flash of Supernova; Geomagnetic inversion (second to the last); Intensification of earthquakes and volcanic activity (XIII-XI millenniums BC)

Change in surface of Central Asia (XII-th millennium BC)

-1 6.22 6294 BC 6296 BC

Flash of Supernova; Geomagnetic inversion (next to the last); Growth of concentration of precipitated uranium (VIII-VII millenniums BC)

Birth of Zoroaster (6194 BC -- by Aristotle)

Epoch of ruin of Atlantis (by Platon)

Epoch of "Creation of the World" (by Augustine et al.)

0 10.07 3113 BC 3113 BC

The last geomagnetic inversion (3.2-2.9 millenniums BC)
Total Solar eclipse at vernal equinox (3306 BC)

Beginning of the Kali Yuga (about 3100 BC)

Beginning of the Mayan Calendar (3113 BC)

Emergence of Sumerian civilization and Babylon (about 3000 BC): in those times they were provided with the star ascending tables and (at least, since 2500 BC) they used the Solar-Moon calendar

Up to the epoch of 3000 BC (since 4000 BC), the heliacal rise of Sirius in Memphis was the "exact" calendar for the annual flooding of the Nile River

Krishna, his era and record of the legend -- over 3000 BC

Vyasa, founder of Vedanta (about 3100)

Fu-Si (about 2852 BC) and his heirs had found and expanded the Chinese Empire up to the Eastern Sea and ordered the calendar that was later improved more fully during succeeding centuries; as well, Fu-Si discovered the trigrams that were further developed (See below) into the I Ching in the Age of Confucius

Yudistir (died in 3101 BC) -- founder of the Indrapresht, on the ruins of which Delhi was built in the XVII-th century

1 16.28 1147 BC 1146 BC

Significant intensification of tectonic activity coincides with a growth in the concentration of precipitated uranium (about 1200 BC)

The Golden section of the Mayan Calendar (from the end to the beginning), 1155 BC

Fall of Troy (1194 BC)

End of the age of the creation of the Mahabrata (1500-1200 BC)

The discovery of Tibet and China by the Europeans

Beginning of the Iron Age (1200-1180 BC)

Ramses II (1314-1200 BC) establishes the Calendar of "lucky/unlucky" days

X 550 BC

Coming of the Great Pleiad of the Initiate Adepts and thinkers:

Gautama Buddha (621-544 BC)

Historical Maitreya (V¬th century BC), Mahatma, successor of Gautama Buddha

Zoroaster (VI¬th century BC)

Pythagoras (570-496, or 582-507 BC), Initiate, the most known of the mystic philosophers

Plato (427-347 BC), Initiate, the greatest European philosopher of the pre¬Christian Age; he reflected the ideas of Vedanta and Pythagorean concepts

Herodotus (birth about 484 BC), the most exact of the historians, the founder of the European historical science

Anaxagor (about 500-428 BC), famous Ionian philosopher; one of those who firstly disclosed the secret Pythagorean concepts

Anaximander (610-546 BC), the first who put forward the concept of the evolution of human beings

Lao¬tzu (VI¬th century BC)

Confucius (551¬479 BC)

Destruction of the Jerusalem's Temple, Babylonean Capturing (588 BC);

Final fall of Babylon (539 BC), being one of the richest countries and the hearth of science and culture

Greece makes the Eleusics (viz. initiations) the source of profits (520 BC)

The Phoenician expedition was the first to go around Africa (in the middle of the VI¬th century BC), and was surprised by the anti¬clock¬wise movement of the Sun that they observed

Iran established a Zoroastrian calendar similar to the Egyptian type (VI-V centuries BC)

Solon (640-560 BC) established (in 593 BC) the first regular Solar¬Moon Greek calendar which was edited by Meton in 432 BC

Phales of Miletus (625-547 BC), the first in Europe to be known by name who was recorded as predicting a Solar eclipse

Creation of I Ching (VI¬th century BC) -- the number-one book in the history and culture of China, which is closely associated with the binary structure (2^6 =64) of the Mayan Tzolkin

(Y) 2 26.35 69 AD (56) 71 AD

Engendering of the Christianity; first persecutions of the Christians

Apostle Paul

Buddhism in China (65); great Chinese movement to the West

Worldwide Hebrew massacres (65)

Destruction of Jerusalem's Temple (70)

Eruption of Vesuvius (79)

Migration of Huns; Starting of the Great transmigration of peoples in Eurasia

The age of Sak (78) -- beginning of count of days in the national Indian calendar being officially accepted in 1957

Apollonius of Tian (Birth in the beginning of the 1st century AD, lived for about 100 years),

Initiate, earnest devotee of Pythagoras, the most famous historical personality of the "Age (viz. century) of Miracles'"

Simon Magus (1st century) -- the second, after Apollonius -- a famous Gnostic and magician who was called "The Great God's Might"

Claudius Ptolemaeus (end of the 1st century -- middle of the 2nd century) -- the creator of Almagestum and geocentric system which were used in astronomy until Copernicus, and the author of the Tetrabiblos, which still has an outstanding role in astrology that has steadfastly remained valuable right through to the present

3 42.63 820 AD 823 AD

Earthquakes in Iran in 856 (200,000 victims) and in 893 (150,000 victims)

The miraculous disappearance of the people of the Mayan Empire (830)

Beginning of the Kiev's Rus

944 AD) Z (944 AD) 1035 AD

Flash of Supernova (1054)

Birth of the historical Quetzalkoatl (Kukulcan) (947)

Igor's (Kiev's famous duke) campaign against Byzantium (944),

Baptism of Kiev's Rus (988)

Starting of Indian and Himalayan campaigns of Mahmud (1001-1013

Tibet¬China war (1015)

Mongolia establishes the calendar relevant to Chinese analogue (1027)

4 69.98 1285 AD 1287 AD

Earthquakes in Asia Minor in 1268 (60,000 victims) and in China in 1290 (100,000 victims)

Dissemination of Zen¬Buddhism in Japan (XIII¬th century)

Invasion of Mongols in China, Japan, Java, Punjab (1276-1293)

Foundation of the Parliament in England (1265); Origin of the Ottoman Empire (1288), Moscow (1276) and Lithuanian (1293) Princedoms

Proscription of Hebrews from England, Christians from Palestine (1290-1291)

Decay of new Maya

5 111.61 1572 AD 1574 AD

The most terrible (relative to victims -- 830 000) earthquake on record in the world, China, 1556

Dreadful epidemic of the plague in Europe (1563) during a great conjunction of Mars, Jupiter and Saturn

Flashes of Supernovas: in 1572 (Tycho Brahe) and in 1604 (Kepler)

Europe: beginning of Renaissance, development of capitalism, Reformation and dissemination of Christianity over the world, establishing of world¬wide empires, great geographical discoveries of 15¬16 centuries

Asia: flourishing of the Mogul empire of the emperor Akbar (1542-1605) being called "the Solomon of India"

Flourishing and reformation of Moscow and Lithuanian Princedoms into kingdoms (1547, 1572, respectively); subjugating of Siberia by Ermak (1582)

Massacre in Vassi (1560), uprising of Huguenots in France (1567), Massacre of St. Bartholomew (1572), Religious riots in Japan (1571), London's punishment (1588)

Dissemination of heliocentric world outlook: Copernicus (1473¬1543), Tycho Brahe (1546¬1601), Giordano Bruno (1548¬1600), Galileo (1564-1642), Kepler (1571-1630)

(1718 AD) (1718 AD)

A series of most destructive earthquakes: Caucasus, 1667 (80,000 victims); Italy, 1693 (60,000); Iran, 1727 (77,000)

Storm of Potala (1717); Manchurian Dynasty subordinates the land of Tibet (1720)

The reformation of Russia into an Empire (1718-1721), the first general census

The discovery of Easter Island and its monuments (1722) -- the only remains of Lemuria

The creation of a physical and mathematical foundation for the sciences: Newton (1643-1727),]

G.W. Leibnitz (1646-1716) et al.

6 180.60 1749 AD 1752 AD

A series of most destructive earthquakes, tsunamis and typhoons: India, 1737 (300,000 victims); Portugal, 1755 (70,000); Italy, 1783 (50,000)

The commencement of the industrial revolution and the flourishing of materialistic science, the disappearance of feudalism in Europe and the formation of colonial empires

Beginning of raids of Ahmed¬Durran to India, riots in Mongolia and China (1747), intestine wars in Java Island (1750). Seven Year's war, British¬French wars in America, India; taking of Pandishery by British troops (1750-1763)

Discovery of Uranus (1781)

7 292.21 1859 AD 1861 AD

Beginning of the age of triumph of materialism, pragmatic ideology and science

Helena Blavatsky (1831-1889) -- publication of the Secret Doctrine

Abolition of serfdom in Russian Empire (1961), the last serfage in Europe and on the 1/6 part of the land Wars, revolutions, riots occur in many places on ideological and religious grounds (1845-1875)

Theoretical prediction and discovery of Neptune (1846)

(1901 AD) (1901 AD)

The epoch of beginning of the last evolutional cycle (1901-2013, viz. the XX¬th century) within the 7¬phase Auric structure of the Mayan Calendar, which defines the period of continuous and accelerating reorganization of the world as a unitary system, both in material and ideological spheres

The period of the most destructive earthquakes (See Para. 12.3)

"The twentieth century has laid up for the humanity very strange events, and it may even happen for this century to be the last one"

8 427.88 1926 AD 1929 AD

The age of Pluto -- symbolizing the development of nuclear power, world wars and world¬wide cataclysms in both material spheres and the realms of consciousness

Discovery of the planet Pluto (1930) in this cycle is directly accompanied by the reaction of the Pluto the Sovereign of the underground kingdom: during the period of 1920 to 1935, we see 5 of the 21 most destructive earthquakes over the 1140 years of registration, which seized about 650,000 lives. We see the world¬wide economical crisis, the world war that killed about 50,000,000 people, and the ideological split of the world community into two "superpower" systems with the looming threat of nuclear war

9 765.08 1968 AD 1971 AD

Earthquakes: Peru, 1970 (66,000 victims), China, 1976 (from 255,000 to 655,000); Iran, 1990 (50,000)

The age of the collapse of consciousness, seen by the inability to adapt to the consequences of this frontal breach into unprecedented spheres of knowledge and technology, which makes humankind the hostage of its achievements. Firstly, this is seen with global computerization and informatization of life; it is also seen with the exploration of Space (flights to other planets, space stations, militarization of the space). Then, we see the ecological and technological crisis, and the problem of the exponential growth of knowledge and technologies exceeding the human ability to monitor the consequences; there are epidemics in developed countries (AIDS, etc.)

Dissemination of the Eastern philosophy to the West, and Western logic and technology to the East.

[1987 AD] Flash of Supernova SN1987A in 1987 AD (See Para.12.3)

Intensification of technological, natural and ideological cataclysms: Chernobil Catastrophe, problems with utilization of chemical and nuclear wastes, heating of the atmosphere, seismic/volcanic drift of the Pacific platform, growth of ozone holes, etc.

Ruin of the communist world. Continuous political and armed world¬wide confrontation on ideological and religious bases.

10 1238.05 1994 AD 1997 AD

The establishment of a "new world order" presenting misbalance on the background of the demographic "explosion" and global (natural, social, and technological [11-13]) cataclysms, the development of which is intensified with the coming of Saturn to the sign of Taurus (March 1, 1999)

Unprecedented (since WWII) military action in Europe begins exactly at the comet Hale¬Bopp Time Focus on March 24th , 1999, which was previously manifested by military conflicts and riots in Albany (1997) and Kosovo (1998)

[Note: It is remarkable to point out here that one of Dr. Smelyakov's most serious Hale-Bopp time foci was for Sept. 16, 2001, +/- 5 days. This data was published in The Mountain Astrologer magazine in the winter of 2000. Smelyakov associated this period with "a series of events of extreme nature", and suggested that the countries involved would include the USA, Balkans, Central Europe, Moscow, India, Israel, Japan and Afghanistan. He indicated that there would be marked splashes in mental collisions, political disorders and military operations. The "splashes" that Smelyakov had referred to were seen as air and space crashes, fires and other technogeneous catastrophes. He made this prediction in the winter of 2000, saying that the time around the 16th was "dangerous."]

11 2003.26 2010 AD 2013 AD

The end of the Mayan Calendar


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