For meteor observers, the presence of an almost-full Moon cast a bright pall on this month's performance of the Geminid Meteor Shower, normally one of the best meteor displays of the year. But for a wild card, another very good meteor shower may be right around corner. And for this one, the Moon will not play a factor at all.
So, get out your 2009 calendar and put a big circle around Saturday morning, Jan. 3.
Egypt, officially the Arab Republic of Egypt, country in northeastern Africa and southwestern Asia. Most of the country lies in Africa, but the easternmost portion of Egypt, the Sinai Peninsula, is usually considered part of Asia; it forms the only land bridge between the two continents. Most of Egyptï¿½s terrain is desert, divided into two unequal parts by the Nile River. The valley and delta of the Nile are the main centers of habitation. The… Continue
Today there seems to be two different calendar systems that are presenting themselves as Mayan alternatives to the Gregorian calendar. One of them is the so-called Dreamspell/Thirteen Moon calendar and the other is the traditional Mayan calendar system, which revolves around the Sacred Calendar that is still in use in certain parts of Guatemala. As we are approaching the Oneness Celebration and the ensuing Return of the Calendar of Quetzalcoatl it is becoming all the more important to discuss… Continue
2012 is Coming... Or is It? New Thriller/Novel Adds Unique Twist to the Ancient Prophecy .. !!!
December 21, 2012 marks the prophetic end of the ancient Mayan calendar. Tenuta's epic-scale thriller, The Ezekiel Code, is attracting readers with its unique twist on this "end times" scenario. "Entertaining and enlightening!" - Jay Weidner, author and documentary film producer. "An impressive feat!" - Peter A. Gersten, Esq., editor, PAG-eNews