On March 20th, just 2 days before the New Moon, will be the Mayan date:
Tzolk’in – 1 K’an
Haab – 12 Kumk’u
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It is also the Vernal Equinox. There are at least 2 locations that are concerned with the sky on this date:
The Mayan Pyramid, El Castillo at Chichen Itza, Mexico – This site was used for sacrificial rituals during the Spring/Vernal Equinox. It is the point in the year when the days and nights are equal in length. The design allows for a shadow of a snake to be cast against the staircase of El Castillo. This occurrence confirms the correct alignment of our planet with the sun.
The Great Pyramids of Giza in Egypt, Sphinx faces East precisely where the sun should rise on the Spring Equinox. The sun shall appear to rise between two of the pyramids. When the North Pole is aligned with Alpha Draconis, as it was nearly 26,000 years ago, or 1 platonic year, the star shines down the Descending passage of the Great Pyramid. It shows the “true” alignment with the North Pole axis.
Due to the “wobble” of the Earth on its axis as it orbits the sun, our planet experiences what is called a precession of Equinoxes. At the time of Jesus’ birth, almost 2,000 years ago, the North Star was Polaris, as it is today. However, when the pyramids were built, the Pole Star was Alpha Draconis. We cycle through pole stars because their positions (from our view from Earth) change due to this wobble.