July 4, 1776 and the Mayan Connection

 

 

The Astronomical Significance of July, 4


 

 

 

 

1776


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I tell you of a truth, the United States of America was planned not hundreds, but thousands of years in advance of Columbus sailing to the “New World.” The year 1776 was chosen because it allowed sufficient time for what had to be done (tunneling into the granite in Colorado) and the “76” is symbolic of the constellation Capricornus.

Matthew 24, Verse 28

The constellation Capricornus is symbolic of the times in which the secret societies will rule the world.

See also The Constellation Capricornus and Goat Symbolism.

 

Roman Numerals MDCCLXXVI (1776) and 666

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mayan Sun glyph for 20th (last) day

The Mayan Connection


13 Ahau, the actual end date of the misnamed “Mayan” calendar   1776

The year 1776 is also 13 katun

 

 

 

 

Essentially, the cycle of thirteen katuns was for the Maya a kind of mundane astrology, not an astrology of the individual, but of the society and its history. In the several books of Chilam Balam, the influences of the thirteen katuns are stated, usually as a description of historical events that occurred during previous cycles. It becomes clear to the reader, however, that the Maya always expected history to repeat itself and it is also obvious that the ancient Maya were not very optimistic about their fate. Most of these “fates” are negative, but then this may have been was how life was for them. The delineations below are a composite taken from the Book of Chilam Balam of Chumayel and the Codex Perez and the Book of Chilam Balam of Mani.

Katun 13-Ahau: This is a time of total collapse where everything is lost. It is the time of the judgment of God. There will be epidemics and plagues and then famine. Governments will be lost to foreigners and wise men, and prophets will be lost. —The Maya Katun Prophecies by Bruce Scofield