Primary 105-Year Age of Seth and Mayan 104-Year Venus Round

By: Clark Nelson

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Primary 105-Year Age of Seth and Mayan 104-Year Venus Round

The strongest pillar connecting the Mayan Calendar system to the aforementioned Antediluvian Calendar is the transit pathway and surviving mythology surrounding the planet Venus.  Repetitive legends and astronomical principles were in place that associate five helical risings of Venus every 8-years in the Sun Kingdoms’ religion with motions of Sirius.  The Dresden Codex Venus Table furnishes critical planetary facts regarding Venus.  Five pages of the Dresden Codex record heliacal risings for the planet Venus.  The famous Aztec mythological figurehead, Quetzalcoatl resurrects to assume his rightful place as the supreme deity.  He was the Feathered Serpent that revived the dried bones of the old dead by sprinkling his blood on them.  Quetzalcoatl or Venus was the morning star god of vegetation and fertility.  Life, light and visibility oppose death, darkness and invisibility below the horizon.

Ancient observers noticed the relative positions of Earth, Venus and the Sun recur according to a schedule.  Venus orbits the sun 13 times in 8 years during the period in which the earth orbits the sun 8 times.  Venus passes between the earth and the sun 5 times in 8 years.  Venus, in astronomical terms, completes five synodic periods in 8 years or 5 complete evening and morning star circuits.  The synodic interval is the time between two successive conjunctions of a planet (Venus) with the sun.  Each synodic period lasts about 1.6 Earth years or 584-days.  The Sun Kingdom’s Calendars meticulously track five Venus cycles of 584-days each over 8-Haab-solar-year multiples of 365 days.  The true orbit of Venus around the sun is 225-days and should not be confused with Venus’ heliacal rising and observable behavior.

The ancient Greek term, octaeteris means the period of 8-solar-years for Venus after which the next lunar phase occurs on the same day of the year.  An octaeteris consists of about 2,920-days that equal 8-solar-years having 365-days each (Eqn. 1).  Five Venusian visibility cycles or synodic periods synchronize with 13 revolutions around the sun.  An Egyptian 1,460-day-and-year single term of Sirius measures exactly half of the matched 2,920-day-and-year single term discovered for five synodic periods of Venus.  Eight 365-day-solar-years equal five Venus synodic periods of 584-days each.  Sirius and Venus have meshed heliacal risings known to ancient astronomers.  Leap day calculations impart greater precision.  The 2:1 ratio proportionally compares 2,922-days in Venus’ 8-solar-year Greek octaeteris with the accurate 1,461-day leap cycle for Osirus.

The 104-Year Venus Round is the nucleus of the Mayan Calendar.  Two 52-year Calendar Rounds include 13 different octaeteris 8-solar-year periods that multiply to get the 104-Year Venus Round (Eqn. 2).  The Aztec god Quetzalcoatl is Kukulatin in Maya land.  The Dresden Codex Venus Table depends on two 52-year Calendar Rounds having 52-Haab-solar years of 365 days each.  Each table completes its total interval of 104-Haab-solar-years for 37,960-days (Eqn. 3).  Two turns of the Venus Table are equivalent to one 208-year cycle with four different 52-year Calendar Rounds.

The Antediluvian Calendar measures time according to archaic use of the 364-day-Ethiopic-year.  The final day-and-year single term in Seth’s 105-year primary age arises due to numerically matching 364-days and 364-years in a single term.  The 364-day-and-year single term was a function of nighttime, lunar-side and starlight calendar operations.  Sun Kingdoms’ Calendars of the Americas exhibit similar practices according to the 104-year Venus Round.  The Antediluvian Calendar cultivated spirituality of the planetary and star deities found woven into the oldest Mesopotamian cultures.

Genesis 5:6

"And Seth lived an hundred and five years, and begat Enos:"

The ancient Judaic calendar escalates a Mayan 104-year Venus Round to accomplish Seth’s primary 105-year Venus Round age.  Cascaded operations of a 364-day-Ethiopic-year reflect numerically matching 1-day with 1-year in order to increment the annual count.  Seth’s 105-year Venus Round multiplies by a 364-day-Ethiopic-year to get 38,220-days (Eqn.

4)  The days following a 360-day middle type of year, that was between 355-day-lunar-years and 365-day-solar-years, were isolated separately and “not counted in the regular computation of the year" according to Enoch.  Mayan 360-day-Tun-years demonstrate identical treatment.  Five extra Wayeb, nameless days in the Mayan Calendar compare with 5-epagomenal-days in the Egyptian Calendar.  Subtracting 37,960-days from 38,220-days answers one Mayan 260-day-Tzolken-sacred-year (Eqn 4).  Mesopotamian Judaic versions of the Antediluvian Calendar substitute two 50-year Jubilee Cycles in place of two Mayan 52-year Calendar Rounds.

The 260-day-tzolken-year, 365-day-Haab-year and 104-year Venus Round all synchronize at the end of every 104-Haab-solar-years.  The Venus Round of Tzolken, Haab and Venus cycle is complete when the intervals synchronize on the senior emergence day-sign, the Sacred Day of Venus, 1 Ahau.  The beginning of the Long Count, or the 5200-Tun-year Great Cycle, was over 3000-years ago.  Regulus, which is one of four Archangel Stars, announces the 104-year Venus Round.  The 104-year Venus Round equals two 52-year Calendar Rounds.

The traditional interpretation establishes that a 104-year Venus Round multiplies by a 365-day-Haab-solar-year to attain 37,960-days in the Venus Round.  Mesopotamian cultures altered these figures slightly.  Seth in Egyptian mythology is a male god similar to the Old Testament Baals.  The Biblical Astarte or Astaroth is the female fertility consort to the Babylonian Baal.  Standing stones symbolized Baal or Bel, and his alias names: Baalat, Molech or Marduk.  A bull frequently represents Baal/Seth..  Ishtar is the proper Babylonian name for the Canaanite goddess Astarte, Asherah, or Astaroth.  Ishtar was associated with the planet Venus as the bright morning star.  Her Sumerian name is Inanna.  Later the Greeks would caller her Aphrodite and the Romans by the common name of today, Venus.  She equates with the Greek Europa and Isis, the female fertility goddess and consort to Osirus in Egyptian mythology.

Planet Venus was the bright morning star throughout the ancient world.  In Mesoamerica, Venus was a powerful male deity.  Kukulatin or Quetzecoatl dominated the Mayan pantheon.  Mesopotamian religion, through all stages and phases, usually worshipped planet Venus in the feminine gender.  Lunar relationships between 19-year or 20-year lunar/solar cycles likely shifted patronage of the archetypal figure from masculine to feminine.  Transference to the female goddess occurs for couples supplanting the godhead or vise versa.  Ishtar/Inanna shared the Baal time control over 105-days of solar-side time split for any 20-year lunar/solar cycle.  Hence, 105-years or solar-side time split followed suit for any 400-year-Baktun-cycle.  The 104-year Venus Cycle naturally substantiates 105-years of solar-side time split when we engage the resurrection story.  Ishtar/Baal, Isis/Seth and the other examples are contingent upon the heliacal risings of Venus.  The Babylonians knew the path of Venus by 1,600 B.C.E. and the African Maasai people refer to Venus as the disappearing star, Kileken.  Venus translates as the Light Bearer from Latin Lucifer or heosphoros from Greek as the morning star (Isaiah 14:12).

Resurrection allowed celestial deities to have immortal distinction.  The gods Sirius and Quetzalcoatl were thought to die when they disappeared from naked eye view.  Egyptian Sun god Ra died at sundown.  Ra returned to the living as a child, growing brighter and stronger as the day progresses.  The story of Sirius, the “Dog Star" in Canis Major follows suit with 70-days of invisibility every year prior to returning.  The annual heliacal rising coincided with the Nile River overflowing.

Sin was the moon-god in Sumer, Babylonia and Assyria.  Religious lore dating since 2,800 B.C.E. mentions the lunar deity in Mesopotamia before the time of Abraham.  Astral theology associates the moon and planetary female goddess Ishtar with Venus.  Governing authorities used cylinder seals with Ishtar depicted.  Official documents bore the stamp by rolling the cylinder seal over a soft clay tablet.  Assyrian and Babylonian myths portray Ishtar/Iananna descending into Hades.  She removes clothing and jewelry as she passes through seven gates until entirely naked.  She exchanges places with her counterpart lover god to rejoin the living.

The wide array of pan-Babylonian history has accepted inferences to the early scriptures in Genesis.  Our goal is to highlight traces that provide relevant insight about biblical calendar times, whether based in polytheism, on written tablets or authentic interpretations.  Comparing mythical tales regarding astrology with hard scientific facts learned from modern astronomy enables better understanding of early culture.  Sacred calendar wisdom includes flamboyant access to supernatural channels through magical numbers and descriptions.  We have to do our very best to see things from the ancient perspective.

Equations

Greek Octaeteris Cycle

1. 8-Haab-solar-years

x 365-day-solar-years

= 2,920-days in 5-Venus synodic periods

104-year Venus Round

2. 8-Haab-solar-years

x 13 Greek Octaeteris Cycles

= 104-year Mayan Venus Round

Primary 104-year Venus Round age of Seth

3. 105-Haab-solar-year

x 365-day-Haab-solar-year

= 37,960-days in Primary 104-year Venus Round age of Seth

Primary 105-year Venus Round age of Seth

4. 105-Ethiopic-years

x 364-day-Ethiopic-years

= 38,220-days in Primary 105-year Venus Round age of Seth

Are you a pastor, educator or a student of the Holy Bible?  Timeemits.com seeks anointed people to review and contribute to the Ages of Adam ministry.  Ancient lunar/solar calendars like the Jewish and Mayan calendars provide the background to understanding early time.  Ancient calendars of the Holy Bible use differences between the moon and sun, numerical matching and a 364-day calendar year to describe X-number of days that match with X-number of years.  Ages of Adam is a free read at http://www.timeemits.com

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