Saturday 8th December 2012

December 2012 marks the conclusion of a b’ak’tun—a time period in the Mesoamerican Long Count calendar which was used in Central America prior to the arrival of Europeans. Although the Long Count was most likely invented by the Olmec, it has become closely associated with the Maya civilization, whose classic period lasted from 250 to 900 AD.The writing system of the classic Maya has been substantially deciphered, meaning that a corpus of their written and inscribed material has survived from before the European conquest.

Unlike the 52-year Calendar Round still used today among the Maya, the Long Count was linear rather than cyclical, and kept time roughly in units of 20: 20 days made a uinal, 18 uinals (360 days) made a tun, 20 tuns made a k’atun, and 20 k’atuns (144,000 days or roughly 394 years) made up a b’ak’tun. Thus, the Mayan date of represents 8 b’ak’tuns, 3 k’atuns, 2 tuns, 10 uinals and 15 days.


A date inscription for the Mayan Long Count, showing the date for the last creation note the image of ALf in the last row but one glyph right.

Showing that ALf’ has been to Earth on many occasions.

Come December 22nd 2012

Let us all dance come December the 22nd

To show the world we are here

To show the world that we can still dance

Even though the chaos will remain

Even though the poverty remains

Even though the greedy stay the same

Even though the sick are still sick

Even though the poor are still poor

Let us dance

Let us all dance and after we have danced

Maybe just maybe we can see we are still here

We can see we can still dance

Maybe then we will see we can make a difference

Defy the masters defy the greedy defy the control

And dance

 If you don’t want to dance that’s ok too. 

The 2012 phenomenon comprises a range of eschatological beliefs according to which cataclysmic or transformative events will occur on 21 December 2012. This date is regarded as the end-date of a 5125-year-long cycle in the Meso american Long Count calendar. Various astronomical alignments and numerological formulae have been proposed as pertaining to this date, though none have been accepted by mainstream scholarship.

A New Age interpretation of this transition is that the date marks the start of time in which Earth and its inhabitants may undergo a positive physical or spiritual transformation, and that 21 December 2012 may mark the beginning of a new era. Others suggest that the date marks the end of the world or a similar catastrophe. Scenarios suggested for the end of the world include the arrival of the next solar maximum, an interaction between Earth and the black hole at the center of the galaxy, or Earth’s collision with a planet called “Nibiru”.

Scholars from various disciplines have dismissed the idea of such cataclysmic events occurring in 2012. Professional Mayanist scholars state that predictions of impending doom are not found in any of the extant classic Maya accounts, and that the idea that the Long Count calendar “ends” in 2012 misrepresents Maya history and culture.

Dates beyond b’ak’tun 13

Mayan inscriptions occasionally mention predicted future events or commemorations that would occur on dates far beyond the completion of the 13th b’ak’tun. Most of these are in the form of “distance dates”; Long Count dates together with an additional number, known as a Distance Number, which when added to them makes a future date. On the west panel at the Temple of Inscriptions in Palenque, a section of text projects forward to the 80th 52-year Calendar Round from the coronation of the ruler K’inich Janaab’ Pakal. Pakal’s accession occurred on, equivalent to 27 July 615 AD in the proleptic Gregorian calendar. The inscription begins with Pakal’s birthdate of (24 March, 603 AD Gregorian) and then adds the Distance Number to it, arriving at a date of 21 October 4772 AD, more than 4,000 years after Pakal’s time.

Another example is Stela 1 at Coba which marks the date of creation as, or nineteen units above the b’ak’tun. According to Linda Schele, these 13s represent “the starting point of a huge odometer of time”, with each acting as a zero and resetting to 1 as the numbers increase. Thus this inscription anticipates the current universe lasting at least 2021×13×360 days, or roughly 2.687×1028 years; a time span equal to 2 quintillion times the age of the universe as determined by cosmologists. Others have suggested, however, that this date marks creation as having occurred after that time span.

In 2012, researchers announced the discovery of a series of Mayan astronomical tables in Xultún, Guatemala which plot the movements of the Moon and other astronomical bodies over the course of 17 b’ak’tuns.

Web Bot, or the Web Bot Project, refers to an Internet Bot computer program that is claimed to be able to predict future events by tracking keywords entered on the Internet. It was developed in the late 1990s, originally to predict stock market trends.

The creator of the Web Bot Project, Clif High, along with his associate George Ure, who call themselves “The Time Monks”] keep the technology and algorithms largely secret and sell the predictions via the website.

Web Bot Project: 2013

Sunday, November 4, 2012 10:01

Probably the greatest mystery of all is what will happen in the future.  Everyone from scientists, with their predictions, to so-called psychics, with their prophecies, and even to astrologers, with their prognostications, have tried to give us humans a picture of future events.  Scientists base their predictions upon current and past trends.  They are perhaps the most accurate, but even they can be wrong sometimes.  Psychics (which would include Shamans), have received a bad name, because of all the con-artists out there.  I believe that some psychics and shamans really do receive messages from the other side.  However, my concern is whether or not those messages can be trusted.  Astrologers work in broad terms, so broad as to make them impractical.  For instance, an astrologer might say, “Tomorrow will be a bad money day for you.”  And then, you have an unexpected bill come.  You say, “Yep, my astrologer was right.”  Useless!

A New Form of Seeing the Future

Since the late 1990’s, thanks to technology, we have a new way to see the future of our planet and all who live in its biosphere.  If you haven’t heard of the ‘Web Bot Project’, you must be living under a rock.  If you have heard of it, you probably don’t really understand it fully.  In this article, I shall attempt to fully explain what the web bot project is, how it works, and what it does.

Prophecy or Prediction?

Well, prophecy is meant to say that if humans continue on their current path, these are the problems that they will encounter.  Prophet Lori Toye said that if a prophet (or prophetess) is really doing his/her job well, the prophecy will never come to pass.   Prediction is similar in that scientists say that if things continue on the current trend, this will come to pass.  Prognostication is knowing what WILL come to pass.  So, which one is the Web Bot Project all about?  Well, it leans toward prediction.  Web Bot designer Clif High calls his technology: “Asymetrical Language Trend Analysis” or “ALTA”.  He analyses the language on the internet, in blogs and forums to see a trend in the linguistics.  He does this by sending out “web bots” or “spiders” to “crawl” the web and extract data sets.  The premise behind the Web Bot’s ALTA report is that all humans are basically intuitive, whether they are conscious of it or not.  Their intuitive insight is manifested in the type of language that they chose to use at any given time.  By analysing the language that people choose to use, trends can be observed and predictions made based upon those trends.

History of the Web Bot Project

The Asymmetrical Language Trend Analysis (ALTA) report was first used in the late 1990’s to predict the highest level of Microsoft stock.  In the analysis of the data, Mr. High and his associates began to see other predictions being forecast.  Amongst other words, they were looking at the keyword “sun” in relation to “Sun Microsystems”, which if you recall was the issue of dispute between Microsoft and Java in the late 1990’s.  The ALTA report started to produce some interesting language with regard to the sun; you know: the big yellow ball in the sky.  It predicted “sun disease”, or in other words something would go wrong with our sun.  Anyone who has been keeping up with the sun cycles knows that scientists are completely baffled by the behaviour of the sun in the past two decades.  This led the designers of the ALTA report to search for other “key words” and see what else the ALTA report could predict.

Web Bot’s Track Record

In this author’s opinion, the Web Bot’s track record is impeccable.  The problems occur in the interpretation of the data, which Clif High and his associates admit they get wrong half the time, and in the timing.  Mr. Clif High has yet to perfect the timing of future events.  He is sometimes right on.  For instance, the Web Bot Project predicted the high of Microsoft’s software within a week; and the Web Bot Project predicted the 2004 Indonesian tsunami within a week.   However, sometimes, Web Bot predictions can be off by a month or by a year or two.  Examples are the “Israeli Mistake” and the “Global Coastal Event”.

Web Bot’s Future Predictions

In Clif High’s most recent ALTA report, which can be purchased online for 10 US dollars, there are 59 pages of predictions for our immediate and long-term future.  I can only relate some of them here.  To see all the predictions, you will have to purchase the ALTA report for yourself at halfpasthuman dot com.

In the report, there are things that wouldn’t surprise any astute observe of current world events.  There are prediction of a dollar collapse, wars in the Middle East, social unrest, and so forth.  With regard to the up-coming presidential election, Clif High prudently abstains from mentioning the outcome.  However, he does say that the election will be shrouded in scandal.  There will be claims of voter fraud.  There will be major social unrest regarding the announced outcome of the election.  So, what else is new, right?

However, what is of greatest concern to all on this planet is the prediction of the “global coastal event”.  It has been in the data for several years.  Clif High originally thought that it would happen several years ago, and when it didn’t happen, many people lost interest in the Web Bot Project and the ALTA reports produced therefrom.  As aforementioned, the problems with the ALTA reports are not in the data, but in the interpretation of the data and the timing.  As a result of that fiasco, Mr. High’s associate, George Ure has come up with a postulate, which is: “The longer something is in the data, the more extreme and prodigious the event.”  Mr. High is now saying that the global coastal event is likely to happen before June 1 of 2013.  That’s not because his data says so, but rather because of the research done by the Farsight Project, which can be found at farsight dot org.  Their research into remote viewing has produced the date June 1, 2013 for a global coastal event, which basically means rising coastlines and tsunamis—huge tsunamis—in some parts of the world.  Please note that Clif High is saying, “Before June 1 of 2013,” not “On June 1 of 2013.”

As a result of the global coastal event (cause unknown), there will be major Diaspora (voluntary migrations) as whole cities will be destroyed and survivors will decide to migrate to other cities.  The West coast of the United States will be particularly hard hit.  Out of the chaos that ensues a hero will arise, around July of 2013.  He will be an older, now retired and somewhat wealthy, Asian wrestler.  He is described in the data as being of broad statue, old, gnarled, but very strong.  He will be a leader.  He is further described as “taming the rowdy” with “gentleness.” He then organizes the thousands [of survivors] by way of few words to build bridges of rubble, to rescue injured, and evacuate from the danger.

Could this future hero be a former Mongolian wrestler, now living in the U.S.?  I wonder.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: