~ Birth of Gaiaღ ~

Dragons of Thuban To Ban The Falseness


    The relevance of day 887 of the Mayan calendar

    Share

    John McQuade

    Posts : 1
    Join date : 2011-11-12

    The relevance of day 887 of the Mayan calendar

    Post  John McQuade on Sat Nov 12, 2011 1:46 pm

    I have just finished performing a ceremony for the 11-11-11 and was driving home following a car when I was drawn to its numberplate.It was 1ANU 887.I know that ANU is one of the higher gods of the Summerian race and now have found out on this site that the 887 th day of the Mayan calendar is also significant.Can anyone tell me what is important for this Mayan day that is coming on the 29th of October 2012
    avatar
    SERAFiNA

    Posts : 15
    Join date : 2010-05-21
    Location : everywhere

    Re: The relevance of day 887 of the Mayan calendar

    Post  SERAFiNA on Sun Jul 08, 2012 4:45 pm

    It is known as,
    The Hunter’s Moon on this date
    ~before the advent of electricity, our ancestors knew how to plan nocturnal activity
    around the full Hunter’s Moon.
    If you live sufficiently north on the globe, you can count on The Hunter’s Moon
    to bring early evening-till-dawn moonlight for several nights.

    The moon rises at sunset,
    and, shines all night of 29 Oct 2012.

    In the Northern Hemisphere,
    it will rise in the east, and, be highest in the sky around midnite,
    and, it will set in the west, at sunrise.

    The Hunter’s Moon is the full moon
    that occurs, right after the Harvest Moon,
    which is the full moon nearest the autumnal equinox.

    In 2012, The Harvest Moon comes late in September,
    so this moon, will come late in October, and, is known as The Hunter's Moon.

    Generally speaking, we can say the moon stays full all through the night tonight.
    But to astronomers, the moon turns full at a well-defined instant,
    or when it’s most opposite the sun for the month.

    That happens on this date at 19:49 Universal Time (or 1:49 p.m. Central Daylight Time in North America)


    The day and night sides of Earth at the instant of the full moon (2012 October 29 at 19:49 Universal Time)
    So how is the Hunter’s Moon different from other full moons?

    First of all, the Hunter’s Moon always occurs in autumn. In the Northern Hemisphere,
    it usually falls in October, although it can come as late as early November.
    But here is the real difference: the location of the moonrise on your horizon. After this night
    – the night of the full Hunter’s Moon
    – you can watch the moon rise noticeably farther north along the eastern horizon for several nights in succession.

    It’s this northward movement of the moon along the eastern horizon at moonrise
    – for several days in a row, around the time of full moon
    – that gives the Hunter’s Moon its magic.

    The Hunter’s Moon resembles the Harvest Moon in character, though to a lesser extent.

    Lunar standstill cycle lessens impacrt of Hunter’s Moon

    For us at northerly latitudes in the Northern Hemisphere,
    these more northerly moonrises assure us of earlier-than-usual moonrises for the next few nights.
    Here is the trick.
    On average, the moon rises 50 minutes later daily.
    But at mid-northern latitudes, the moon now rises about 30 to 35 minutes later.
    And farther north, the effect is even more pronounced.
    For instance, at latitudes close to the Arctic Circle – like at Fairbanks, Alaska
    – the moon actually rises around 15 to 20 minutes later for several days in a row.


    That means there is no long period of darkness between sunset and moonrise, in the days following the full moon.

    Our ancestors did ceremonies, around 'new' and 'full' moon cycles
    avatar
    SERAFiNA

    Posts : 15
    Join date : 2010-05-21
    Location : everywhere

    Re: The relevance of day 887 of the Mayan calendar

    Post  SERAFiNA on Sun Jul 08, 2012 4:47 pm

    29 = 2+9 = 11
    10 = 10/1
    2012 = 5
    20 / 12 = 2 / 3 - three, is a trine, triad, or trinity

    29/10/2012 = 17 = 8

    there is more, however, i'll need to check our research, to give a little more info

    good question
    avatar
    SERAFiNA

    Posts : 15
    Join date : 2010-05-21
    Location : everywhere

    Re: The relevance of day 887 of the Mayan calendar

    Post  SERAFiNA on Sun Jul 08, 2012 5:46 pm

    THE END of THE CURRENT GRAND CYCLE
    is 16 DEC 2013 at sunset
    and, THE START of THE NEXT GRAND CYCLE
    is 17 DEC 2013 at sunrise

    You might want to count the # of full moons
    between those two dates

    Full moon June 23, 2013 05:33:38 AM
    Last quarter June 29, 2013 10:55:21 PM
    New moon July 8, 2013 01:16:06 AM
    First quarter July 15, 2013 09:19:57 PM

    Full moon July 22, 2013 12:16:32 PM
    Last quarter July 29, 2013 11:44:43 AM
    New moon August 6, 2013 03:51:32 PM
    First quarter August 14, 2013 04:57:33 AM

    Full moon August 20, 2013 07:45:06 PM
    Last quarter August 28, 2013 03:35:47 AM
    New moon September 5, 2013 05:36:12 AM
    First quarter September 12, 2013 11:09:52 AM

    Full moon September 19, 2013 05:12:38 AM
    Last quarter September 26, 2013 09:56:12 PM
    New moon October 4, 2013 06:34:10 PM
    First quarter October 11, 2013 05:03:54 PM

    Full moon October 18, 2013 05:37:36 PM
    Last quarter October 26, 2013 05:42:04 PM
    New moon November 3, 2013 05:49:32 AM
    First quarter November 9, 2013 10:58:47 PM

    Full moon November 17, 2013 08:16:30 AM
    Last quarter November 25, 2013 12:30:21 PM
    New moon December 2, 2013 05:22:19 PM
    First quarter December 9, 2013 08:13:09 AM

    Full moon December 17, 2013 02:29:20 AM



    avatar
    SERAFiNA

    Posts : 15
    Join date : 2010-05-21
    Location : everywhere

    Re: The relevance of day 887 of the Mayan calendar

    Post  SERAFiNA on Sun Jul 08, 2012 5:48 pm

    Moon phases 2012

    Moon phase Date Time

    Full moon January 9, 2012 12:32:14 AM
    Last quarter January 16, 2012 02:09:22 AM
    New moon January 23, 2012 12:41:40 AM
    First quarter January 30, 2012 09:11:43 PM

    Full moon February 7, 2012 02:56:10 PM
    Last quarter February 14, 2012 10:05:41 AM
    New moon February 21, 2012 03:37:09 PM
    First quarter February 29, 2012 06:23:15 PM

    Full moon March 8, 2012 02:41:42 AM
    Last quarter March 14, 2012 07:27:01 PM
    New moon March 22, 2012 08:39:28 AM
    First quarter March 30, 2012 01:42:04 PM

    Full moon April 6, 2012 01:20:26 PM
    Last quarter April 13, 2012 04:51:14 AM
    New moon April 21, 2012 01:20:17 AM
    First quarter April 29, 2012 03:58:16 AM

    Full moon May 5, 2012 09:36:07 PM
    Last quarter May 12, 2012 03:48:03 PM
    New moon May 20, 2012 05:48:21 PM
    First quarter May 28, 2012 02:16:04 PM

    Full moon June 4, 2012 05:11:44 AM
    Last quarter June 11, 2012 04:42:42 AM
    New moon June 19, 2012 09:03:00 AM
    First quarter June 26, 2012 09:30:31 PM

    Full moon July 3, 2012 12:51:46 PM
    Last quarter July 10, 2012 07:49:33 PM
    New moon July 18, 2012 10:24:32 PM
    First quarter July 26, 2012 02:56:52 AM

    Full moon August 1, 2012 09:27:24 PM
    Last quarter August 9, 2012 12:56:40 PM
    New moon August 17, 2012 09:54:31 AM
    First quarter August 24, 2012 07:54:46 AM

    Full moon August 31, 2012 07:57:45 AM
    Last quarter September 8, 2012 07:16:10 AM
    New moon September 15, 2012 08:10:34 PM
    First quarter September 22, 2012 01:42:34 PM

    Full moon September 29, 2012 09:18:32 PM
    Last quarter October 8, 2012 01:34:11 AM
    New moon October 15, 2012 06:02:36 AM
    First quarter October 21, 2012 09:33:48 PM

    Full moon October 29, 2012 01:50:30 PM
    Last quarter November 6, 2012 05:36:55 PM
    New moon November 13, 2012 03:08:20 PM
    First quarter November 20, 2012 07:32:36 AM

    Full moon November 28, 2012 07:47:28 AM
    Last quarter December 6, 2012 08:32:49 AM
    New moon December 13, 2012 01:42:24 AM
    First quarter December 19, 2012 10:19:53 PM

    Full moon December 28, 2012 03:22:40 AM

    Moon phases 2013

    Moon phase Date Time
    Last quarter January 4, 2013 08:58:56 PM
    New moon January 11, 2013 12:45:17 PM
    First quarter January 18, 2013 04:45:56 PM

    Full moon January 26, 2013 09:40:28 PM
    Last quarter February 3, 2013 06:57:36 AM
    New moon February 10, 2013 12:22:46 AM
    First quarter February 17, 2013 01:31:19 PM

    Full moon February 25, 2013 01:28:51 PM
    Last quarter March 4, 2013 02:54:39 PM
    New moon March 11, 2013 01:54:19 PM
    First quarter March 19, 2013 11:27:32 AM

    Full moon March 27, 2013 03:30:20 AM
    Last quarter April 2, 2013 10:38:53 PM
    New moon April 10, 2013 03:38:49 AM
    First quarter April 18, 2013 06:32:33 AM

    Full moon April 25, 2013 01:59:57 PM
    Last quarter May 2, 2013 05:16:36 AM
    New moon May 9, 2013 06:31:40 PM
    First quarter May 17, 2013 10:36:25 PM

    Full moon May 24, 2013 10:27:03 PM
    Last quarter May 31, 2013 01:00:19 PM
    New moon June 8, 2013 09:59:01 AM
    First quarter June 16, 2013 11:25:25 AM

    Full moon June 23, 2013 05:33:38 AM
    Last quarter June 29, 2013 10:55:21 PM
    New moon July 8, 2013 01:16:06 AM
    First quarter July 15, 2013 09:19:57 PM

    Full moon July 22, 2013 12:16:32 PM
    Last quarter July 29, 2013 11:44:43 AM
    New moon August 6, 2013 03:51:32 PM
    First quarter August 14, 2013 04:57:33 AM

    Full moon August 20, 2013 07:45:06 PM
    Last quarter August 28, 2013 03:35:47 AM
    New moon September 5, 2013 05:36:12 AM
    First quarter September 12, 2013 11:09:52 AM

    Full moon September 19, 2013 05:12:38 AM
    Last quarter September 26, 2013 09:56:12 PM
    New moon October 4, 2013 06:34:10 PM
    First quarter October 11, 2013 05:03:54 PM

    Full moon October 18, 2013 05:37:36 PM
    Last quarter October 26, 2013 05:42:04 PM
    New moon November 3, 2013 05:49:32 AM
    First quarter November 9, 2013 10:58:47 PM

    Full moon November 17, 2013 08:16:30 AM
    Last quarter November 25, 2013 12:30:21 PM
    New moon December 2, 2013 05:22:19 PM
    First quarter December 9, 2013 08:13:09 AM

    Full moon December 17, 2013 02:29:20 AM



    Sponsored content

    Re: The relevance of day 887 of the Mayan calendar

    Post  Sponsored content


      Current date/time is Wed Oct 18, 2017 10:01 pm