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2012: Doomsday Time Is Nigh – Time Is Now Dust

Posted in 2012, 2012 Prophecy, New Mesoamerican Mythology with tags , , , , on Thursday, December 20, 2012 by The Pakalian Group of Mexico

With this post, we close the end of our 5,125-yr Mayan cycle on December 21, 2012; 11:00 UTC and give thanks to our Mayan fans for their support.

We learned from Lord Pakal Ahau, a really amazing man, true prophecies for 2012. He predicted President Obama’s re-election four years ago and he warned us that the most darkness event was to take place on Newtown on December 12, and yet he has kept a deep silence about the end. Maybe the prophecy ends with no events or he expects a Big Bang in the Universe. We don’t know.

However, we know the time is a memorable event as we have seen thousands of people searching for the meaning of the 11:11 Universal Time with an intensity to grasp the last seconds. It’s the 2012 phenomenon.

With this in mind, we leave our final visual representation of the 11:11 UTC for your meditation. May our Mayan ancestors bless you always!


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King Pakal’s Death Ceremony – Preparing For The Inevitable

Posted in 2012 Mayan, 2012 Prophecy, New Mesoamerican Mythology with tags , , , on Friday, July 13, 2012 by The Pakalian Group of Mexico

This article is from Lord Pakal Ahau’s Trilogy website and it is probably the most beautiful narrative written by Lord Pakal Ahau about his ancestor and reincarnation.

On August 31, 683 A.D., 6 Edznab 11 Yax in the Mayan calendar, the sacred light that illuminated Palenque for several decades was extinguished. A new cycle would start from Pakal’s death. Also known as Lord Pakal The Great, whose birthday was made to coincide with the inscriptions of the First Mother, the goddess Zac K’uk or Garza Blanca, name that also had the sovereign’s mother.

His birthday, March 23, 603 A.D., 8 Ahau 13 Pop, linked his origin to the Gods, confirming his sacred character and destiny of becoming the wisest ruler of Palenque. Eleven years before his death, her wife Ahpo Hel, would descend into the Kingdom of the Shadows, leaving Pakal in a painful loneliness.

During the precise moment of his death, in the Royal bedroom of the Palace, the priests put on his mouth a beaded piece of jade that received his vital breath. Later, they spread maize dust, the sacred substance for which men are made, and then, proceeded to enshroud the body with cotton clothes. On his side, they deposited pots with water and food as well as protecting amulets.

After the normal ritual held for three days (the waiting), speaking to him so he would not feel lonely, taking care of his shadow and praying to the gods to maintain his life with the Spirit while he continued his road to Xibalba, his sons Chan-Bahlum and Kan Xul and their wives and grandsons gave the signal to prepare the most splendid funeral that Mayan eyes have ever seen. Through the ceremony, the survivors would add their contribution to help the spirit of the beloved Lord during his dangerous walk down to Xibalba, “the place where the souls vanish.” There, he would face Ah Puch, the Dark Master God, for the first time, to later die definitely, meaning transforming his death into pure energy and positioning himself in the cold and dark subterranean Kingdom.

Pakal would go to Xibalba first because he died of natural causes, although due to his sacred condition, he would be allowed to ascend to the Earth level again or higher in some ocassions. Others would go to the Paradise of the Ceiba Tree, if they were sacrificed to the gods or were women who died while birthing children to live in company with the Sun in its daily run. The destiny place how Death find humans always depends on the manner of dying, and not on the behavior of their corporeal human existence. The moral mistakes are punished in life, usually with some kind of disease and critical pain. Humans still do not understand this concept of Mayan purification.

Years before, Pakal had ordered his tomb as a pyramid of nine levels. On the top, he erected a temple in which the history of his lineage and legacy was written describing the Great Shaman that would be converted into another God. In his honor, his sarcophagus was deposited at the bottom of the inverse pyramid representing Xibalba, the nine level. His spirit would ascend through a narrow channel in the shape of a serpent connecting the funerary chamber with the Temple. On a beautiful stone that would be deposited on top of the sarcophagus, Pakal ordered to carve the great cosmic image that would define his position in the center of the world as a ruler and human being. The meaning of this magical and powerful stone has been written in another article of the website (Pakal’s Hidden Secrets).

The solemn court left the Palace carrying the mortal body of Pakal. Four men holding torches initiated the Funeral March, and on the top of the pyramid they burned copal wood, an aromatic incense. Behind Pakal’s body, the Great Lord Snake, the highest priest, was followed by the 36 Priests of the Solar Ritual and the family of Pakal, while the people watched the Walk of the Five Men and One Woman, to the top of the pyramid, escorted by Mayan guards. These outlaws were selected by the High Mayan Supreme Tribune to exemplify human faults (Greed, Destruction, Anger, Hate, Envy and Viciousness). They would be sacrificed at the entrance of the chamber, each one representing a moral human imperfection waiting to be cleansed, in order to accompany Lord Pakal.

To end the Funeral, his people remained during the night singing and praying to the gods until Venus dissapeared from the horizon while crossing the Sun. In 1952, a man that knew how to respect and love the Mayans, Dr. Alberto Ruz Lhuillier, would discover his tomb giving to Pakal the start of his new cycle: his immortality also in this world and the fulfillment of the Great Mayan Prophecy after 1269 years of silence, making possible the reincarnation as Lord Pakal Ahau on August 22, 1952 and the return of the Mayan King.. Thus, Pakal Ahau becomes the last Pakal of the Great Mayan Prophecy to be the time witness on December 21, 2012.

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2012: Mayan Venus Transits – The Demons War

Posted in 2012 Mayan, 2012 Prophecy, New Mesoamerican Mythology with tags , , , on Saturday, June 2, 2012 by The Pakalian Group of Mexico

Although archaeologists have described the Mayan Wars with the alluring name of Star Wars, Lord Pakal Ahau explains that these wars were known as The Demons War.

In Mayan times, most cities were ruled by planetary gods and their Kings believed that it was necessary to fight and conquer cities under certain astronomical conditions such as the case of the violent wars between Dos Pilas and Calakmul, two Mayan superpowers in which one dynasty attacked the other to secure regional hegemony during a Venus transit. Dos Pilas became the first great city to be abandoned, where the Classic Maya Collapse started.

Maybe our human consciousness continues to persist with that Mayan legacy of resources competition and the Venus Transit of 2012 is another Demons War in the making of supremacy powers.

NOTES FROM THE EDITOR: When Lord Pakal Ahau gave us the example of the Demons War at Calakmul, we have no idea of what was in his mind as the man reserves all the enigmas for himself.

In April and May of this year the remains of an important hieroglyphic stairway were discovered at Structure 13R-10 at La Corona, Guatemala, during excavations undertaken by the Proyecto Regional Arqueológico La Corona, directed by Marcello Canuto (Tulane University) and Tomás Barrientos Quezada (Universided del Valle de Guatemala).

The curious reference to the upcoming bak’tun ending – something that of course came as a special surprise to Mayan archaeologists  This is the second ancient source known to mention the period ending 4 Ahaw 3 K’ank’in (December 23, 2012).. According to Dr. Stuart, this text would have been a noteworthy find in any year, but its revelation now, just months before December 21, is extraordinary timing indeed.

The main message of the new inscription is not at all about 2012 – rather it’s the commemoration of a visit to La Corona (Saknikte’) by the important Calakmul ruler Yuknoom Yich’aak K’ahk’ on January 29, 696 AD, linking this future 13th bak’tun ending to his contemporary world, mostly because of interesting numerological patterns that seemed cosmically relevant.

More, in one of the passage of the discovered Hieroglyphic Stairway, Dr. Stuart translates the passage, written by the Royal scribe, as:

” i huli ha’i Waxakluhuun Ub’aah Chan Yuknoom Yich’aak K’ahk’ k’uhul Kan ajaw.

“…then it is he who arrives (the 13th Kan Lord), Waxaklahun Ubaah Chan Yuknoom Yich’aak K’ahk’, the holy Kan lord Ahau.”

I showed the translation to Lord Pakal Ahau and he looked at me in silence as he smiled and went to meditate in his room. Holy cow! This man is the perfect pre-sentient reincarnation of what I think about the 13th Kan Lord. Make no mistakes!

For a more rigorous analysis of the La Corona Hieroglyphic Stairway 2, we refer the reader to Dr. Stuart’s blog, in which he discusses his notes.


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2012: The Real Alien Space Jockey in Mayan Transits of Venus

Posted in 2012 Mayan, 2012 Prophecy, Archaeology, Astronomy, New Mesoamerican Mythology with tags , , , on Tuesday, May 15, 2012 by The Pakalian Group of Mexico

Sometimes there is a blurred line between fantasy and reality as it happens in the new Ridley Scott’s Prometheus movie, soon to be released on June 2012.

In an old post of our Mayan diaries, we discussed in an article entitled, “We Are Doomed With Mortal Alien Invasion In 2012”, the remote possibility of an alien predators invasion. In the article, we included a solar disk with a space jockey observing space and alien exoplanets.

This time we include an update from a real Mayan mural photograph we got this year from the Mayapan Observatory, in which the similarities are profound as the real Space Jockey observing Venus transits as they happened.

In the diagram below, we make a comparison between figures and we traced with green lines on the detail of a painted panel at the Fresco Hall showing a descending character, sumptuously dressed, in the interior of a solar disk. Inside the solar circle we find a reclined person, with their legs flexed. He holds a kind of shield in one arm. His face is quite blurred and do not allow a detailed description to be made. Nonetheless, the silhouette resembles the positional observation of the space jockey in the Alien movie.

In addition, we include this amazing beautiful glyph from Chichen Itza, which was the main influence for the construction of the Mayapan observatory. In the archaeoastronomical analysis, this stele was found in the Venus Platform at Chichen Itza and shows a remarkable characteristic of the motion of the planet Venus. The hieroglyph over the bunch of reeds signifies “year”. Eight small circles represent the number 8 and the vertical bar on the left, close to the Venus hieroglyph (Lamat) means the number 5. Further, the stele establishes that 5 synodic periods of Venus (5 × 584) equals 8 solar ones (8 × 365). Such an “equation” represents a remarkable example of the interest given to Venus by Maya priest-astronomers.

A new archaeological team from UNAM will attempt to validate and replicate the astronomical findings on the Venus transit of 2012 in Mayapan.

NOTES FROM THE EDITOR: An additional Mayan reference of Venus retrograde movements is included as it shows in the alien star map projected in the Space Jockey ship depicted in the Prometheus movie. A good piece of space art and alien symbolism.

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2012: Unlocking The Mayan Key Date on December 21 In Our Calendar

Posted in 2012 Mayan, 2012 Prophecy, New Mesoamerican Mythology with tags , , , on Sunday, May 6, 2012 by The Pakalian Group of Mexico

As we watched the Supermoon event yesterday, on May 5, 2012, which happens to celebrate also our Cinco de Mayo festivities, Lord Pakal Ahau has made an important distinction on how to witness and unlock the key date December 21, 2012 at the end of the 13 Baktuns in the Maya calendar.

Taking as a reference the research document, written by Stanley Guenter, “The Tomb of K’inich Janaab Pakal: The Temple of the Inscriptions at Palenque” (2007), he explained why he will witness the end of 4 Ahau Katun, which is precisely the end of the thirteen baktuns.

In the diagram below, he cites that in the Central Tablet of Inscriptions in K’inich Janaab Pakal’s tomb, the King of Palenque witnessed the end of Katun 12 Ahau as he will do in December 21, 2012 (Katun 4 Ahau) with compelling evidence that some of the prophecies were originally prophecies concerning the end of the 13th baktun.

We include the reference material for your study, from the link mentioned above. The red square in the glyphs diagram indicates the end of the Katun 12 Ahau, witnessed by King K’inich Janaab Pakal. We have no doubt that if King Pakal would be alive, he will commission to his Mayan scribes to register the date December 21, 2012 in new Mayan inscriptions to continue the New Mesoamerican mythology.

Literal Translation: “at the back of; 12 Ahau-ish; Katun; he witnesses it; Twenty-Year Incenser; K’inich Janaab Pakal; Divine Bone Lord”
Free Translation:  “K’inich Janaab Pakal, the King of Palenque and Twenty-Year Incenser, witnessed the end of Katun 12 Ahau.”
Discussion:  This passage merely notes that all of this occurred at the end of Katun 12 Ahau, and was witnessed by the king,  K’inich Janaab Pakal. It is interesting to see here that, almost a thousand years before the books of Chilam Balam were finally composed, already each katun was specifically named after its final day.

In addition, our Mayanist friend Geoff Stray (Dire Gnosis 2012) has written an article, “The Tortuguero Prophecy Unravelled” (2010), with a good summary on what Lord Pakal Ahau has described also in our Mayan Diaries.

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