A DISCLAIMER: First: I want everyone to know that I cannot read the dates on the monuments and stelae very well.

The simple structures, I can read, but when the glyphs change their faces, or become whole figures, I can not figure out

what you all are talking about. My understanding of the glyphs is that each tells a different story which is pertinent to

each of the replacements on a specific stela or monument., D. M. Urquidi, 2018, January.

The simple structures, I can read, but when the glyphs change their faces, or become whole figures, I can not figure out

what you all are talking about. My understanding of the glyphs is that each tells a different story which is pertinent to

each of the replacements on a specific stela or monument., D. M. Urquidi, 2018, January.

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**Second Disclaimer:**

**When speaking of "gods" in any primitive situation, like calendars is to say that there never could be a human who actually did real thinking about numbers and learned how to put them into place.**

**This tells us that we are a bunch of computer nerds who believe our "god" is the computer.**

**It also tells us that no primitive entity could possible think like us; ever. And it has been proven**

**in anthropology and archaeology over and over again. Margaret Mead did an excellent study in the Pacific islands. As if Mr. Leaky who discovered the first proto-human, after digging more**

**than seven tons of earth to find the rest of the skeleton that matched the jawbone he had first**

**kicked up on a path he was traveling.**

**As I began to study the Calendar stone of the Maya/Aztec cultures, I could see the fire serpents and N, E, W, S markers, and four units, Wind, Fire rain, Water to dampen the fire rain, and Jaguars who were as hungry as humans when they decided to leave their lairs in the mountain caves. Numbers associated with those events were 676, 364, 312, and 676. These numbers only complete three Ages of the Sun. . . . . 676 each age. The central numbers 364 and 312 may not be accurate but ccan be found in the The History of the Mexicians through their Paintings. (by Phillips,.1883.) It is a short translation of the Codex Ramirez.**

**The information I uncovered never seemed tobe Ages of the Sun, instead it seems to be four events during one year. This has never been proven, but really does need further investigation.**

**The fact that there is a loop-hole in all the versions of the Sun Stone. I still do not understand it.**

**I still have questions of my own. Do any of you have any questions?**

However, I do understand the MOD and the i process in Calculus. I had a great teacher, who all but pounded

the process into my ear over the telephone. With those two elements, I was able to understand the rest of

a calculus statement. After turning it into a number-based problem, It was easier to understand even within

brackets, parenthesis, super and subscripts.

the process into my ear over the telephone. With those two elements, I was able to understand the rest of

a calculus statement. After turning it into a number-based problem, It was easier to understand even within

brackets, parenthesis, super and subscripts.

There was an EXCEPTION---when I saw weeks made into year-cycles----not normal for our Earth’s 360

degree orbit or its ability to spin one degree per day to create a 360-day 52-week year.

degree orbit or its ability to spin one degree per day to create a 360-day 52-week year.

It also was apparent the Earth’s spin adjusted itself to make the daily degree into 1.0456 degree without knowing c

alculus or the 364-day; 52 week YEAR that contains 26 + 13-weeks [three-seasons] for the “Book of Destinies.”

Come to think of it----Earth also was a linguist-----who spoke ALL languages,

alculus or the 364-day; 52 week YEAR that contains 26 + 13-weeks [three-seasons] for the “Book of Destinies.”

Come to think of it----Earth also was a linguist-----who spoke ALL languages,

The question will be does one only add one day per week, or was it more than five days to the Native pre-

conquest week: So, the main question here, is it necessary to put all the Extradinary inferred calculus in

another paper, or do I assume, if you are really interested in Earth Orbital self-adjustability----do I just

show the original abbreviations with new details----or just “Cut to the Quick” because Earth’s natural

measurements are ALREADY KNOWN to Planet Earth.

conquest week: So, the main question here, is it necessary to put all the Extradinary inferred calculus in

another paper, or do I assume, if you are really interested in Earth Orbital self-adjustability----do I just

show the original abbreviations with new details----or just “Cut to the Quick” because Earth’s natural

measurements are ALREADY KNOWN to Planet Earth.

If you want to disagree; I have no problem looking another piece of the puzzle. If anyone can offer a better

solution than bringing back the 360-degree orbit to which Earth itself uses to stay on course, no matter how

planet Earth may change.

solution than bringing back the 360-degree orbit to which Earth itself uses to stay on course, no matter how

planet Earth may change.

[To Repeat the natural Earth Cycle one more time:: Since the orbit of earth is a constant 360 degrees,

it was only the spin of one degree per 24 hours must be changed. So the math should be 360 / 365.25

it was only the spin of one degree per 24 hours must be changed. So the math should be 360 / 365.25

= 1,01458. Therefore, the spin, in order to fit Earth’s 360 orbit, when the 24-hour day was self-adjusted

to 01.01458 degree for each 24-hour spin.

to 01.01458 degree for each 24-hour spin.

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Rome did not have calculus during those days. They decided to separate the five and a quarter days

into a separate entity, called a Wayeb that they implemented in 1584. See historical note about Fra

Francisco de la Nava under “Veytia Calendar” 1975 edition of HMAI, IV, III p. 230.]

Francisco de la Nava under “Veytia Calendar” 1975 edition of HMAI, IV, III p. 230.]

v The veintena. Or the twenty day 5 week cycle, using only 4-days per week of first second and

a third year Trecena count, which should begin with Ik, and end with Caban as entered into the

3nd column of the Madrid Codex in the horizontal Trecena Serpent Calendar pages. [M-13 to

M-18]

[All units of the horizontal Trecena have to be completed only up to 52 weeks so that the next

12-cycle of the Vertical Trecena fits into Manik, Eb, Caban, Ik. [See name chart for the

inferrence using only the number 13 here----without names.]

12-cycle of the Vertical Trecena fits into Manik, Eb, Caban, Ik. [See name chart for the

inferrence using only the number 13 here----without names.]

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Some Known History Changes

In the year 1584 AD Imix was the GREGORIAN adjustment as the FIRST DAY of the first

month was named 0 POP. Diego de Landa suggested 0-POPP in 1524 (Gates, 1987, 68).

Rome inserted these changes into the European calendar and inserted these changes into

the Mesoamerican calendar in 1583 for 1584 AD. No month names had been used before

that date in the New World.

month was named 0 POP. Diego de Landa suggested 0-POPP in 1524 (Gates, 1987, 68).

Rome inserted these changes into the European calendar and inserted these changes into

the Mesoamerican calendar in 1583 for 1584 AD. No month names had been used before

that date in the New World.

tz Vertical Trecena inferred only for agriculture in connection with the Madrid Horizontal Serpent Pages where

{our Saturday and Sunday} designations were ignored. The Vertical Trecena reads as follows:

Ik (1),

Manik,

Eb,

Cabán, This group is repeated three times. Then Ik (13)

is added to complete a continuous loop.

Cabán, This group is repeated three times. Then Ik (13)

is added to complete a continuous loop.

[I have separated the thirteen count into three year-segments of four-day columns. It is the year count

not the trecena count to be used as vertical Trecena for each day per month’ as assumed by some.

This just creates a proper agricultural process for a: burning year’ a planting year and a fruitful harvest

the first year a milpa is used and leaves that milpa two years to lie fallow. These procedures are necessary

for individual milpas to regenerate in often soil-poor conditions.

The last row of the trecena just allows the three inferred years to repeat itself.

Nevertheless, this attempt of four days per week failed to create a correct 52-week horizontal calendar, the following

year, This inferred year is repeated; and is again repeated for the third time.

year, This inferred year is repeated; and is again repeated for the third time.

m Calendrical month any one of 18 months. [Again, 0 POP and all other months

was a Gregorian adjustment by Rome for the New World calendarcalender year 0-PPop.”]

Pop (1), Uo (2), Zip (3), Zotz (4), Tzep (5), Xul (6), Yaxkin (7), Mol (8),

Ch'en (9), Yax (10), Sac (11), Ceh (12), Mac (13), Kankin (14), Moan (15),

Pax (16), Kayeb (17), Cumhu (18),

[Wayeb (19) Floyd's Text], (If month has only n1, n2, n3, n4, and n5, for the coefficient 819,

Four different coefficients had been compared, Each equaled 819= [If the year n1 has 365 days,

use Wayeb)], the rest of the formula inferred is to be found on page second half of column one to the end

of column two on page 765. He completed time zones and alatitude zone but only those which could equal

364 day coefficients our common denominator 819. (Lounsbury, Floyd, Circa 1974s, 760, nbr 3]]

d day of the month, any one of the twenty days. Mod 19, i.e. of 20 days in

five weeks of four days each, [as found in the Madrid Codex in the Serpent

Trecena Horizontal pages.]

The Madrid Serpent pages list is different from common sequence usage.

Ik (1), Akbal (2), Kan (3), Chicсhán (4), Cimi (5) Manik (6), Lamat (7),

Muluc (8), Oc (9), Chuen (10), Eb (11), Ben (12), Ix (13), Men (14),

Cib (15), Cabán (16), Eznab (17), Cauac (18), Ahau (19), Imix (20),

h days of two haab's or 52 weeks = mod 360 days, [if 365, then Mod 364 +2[?] =

every 6th year = 366 ]

cr day of calendar-round expressed in terms of coordinates tr, v, and h.

[For example “6 Etznab 11 Yax”. Floyd's original text; My input is: NO month

names in mesoamerican calendars until 1583 for January First, 1584.]

t is: NO month. names in Mesoamerican calendars until 1583 to be used for

January First 1584

{For pre-split mountain event found in the Bodley Codex, a 360 day-year calculation is necessary for the pre-

first-light sun-day count mountain i.e. an inferred term for a date procession and for a dark-night

Post-mountain inferred day-year needed for a Maya-aztec calendar day one needs 364.25-day - sun-cycle

for a 52-week, year.]

lc date in the long count: expressed in Maya numerals, usually of five places, of

the following:

n5, n4, n3, n2, n1, where n1 is the number of days in the kin position, n2 is the

number of winals, n3 the number of tuns; n4 the number of katuns, and n5

the number of baktuns.

[All of which when included in the calculation must Include 4 X 819, its inferred coefficient.

Yet only 864 / 52 = 15.614 winals-days or 16 as a whole number.for their joined conjoined]

Coefficients and called a h a a b. It is 26-weeks of an inferred half a year. [Lounsbury.p. 770.

Day-count incrementsare normal without month names.]

[The above definitions are just suggested changes to Floyd Lounsbury's original calculus statements

Which indicated a 52-year cycle, which is a very awkward numeric conclusion. It makes his

data a bit out of sync with the natural measurements of orbital time of our 26-week Earth.][H A A B[

dn distance number: (positive or negative) to be added to a given cr or lc or both;

expressed as a Maya coefficient for an inferred numerals for any number of pieces.

Even so, the Maya informed Morley the following about their on-going intentions for future calendars:

“Let us permit our calendar year to gain on the true year as fast as it will. We will allow our calendar

to function without change, but when we erect upon it, in addition to the official calendar date of

its dedication, a calendar correction for that particular date. In this way, no matter what month

our calendar may register, we shall always know, whenever we erect a monument, the position

of its corresponding date in the true [Maya/Atec inferred] Trecena [Vertical and Horizontal]

year calculation.” [Morley, Third Edition: 1956, Morley and Wm Gates as

Translators on pps 229-230]

year calculation.” [Morley, Third Edition: 1956, Morley and Wm Gates as

Translators on pps 229-230]

The above identifies the dn as a distance number. The above quote by Morley from his Maya informants

tells us of a different purpose: That of making the dn exactly the same date as the primary date above it.

In other words the first date is the date formula insisted upon by Rome in 1584. The dn date is the same

day, but is using the older calendar of the Maya population.

tells us of a different purpose: That of making the dn exactly the same date as the primary date above it.

In other words the first date is the date formula insisted upon by Rome in 1584. The dn date is the same

day, but is using the older calendar of the Maya population.

[See the Borgia Codex Calendar for the 364 day-year which included the 260-day count

for the Treccena in the middle.of two ugly rows created in Rome It was finally figured out why

the Maya left out the two weekend days .It was a very accurate work-day schedule when done to fit

the Latin or Latitude or Climate] Milpa Trecena assumed] management it managed to be for multiple

harvests.(Morley, 1956,768. Translator: Gates. Wm.)

the Maya left out the two weekend days .It was a very accurate work-day schedule when done to fit

the Latin or Latitude or Climate] Milpa Trecena assumed] management it managed to be for multiple

harvests.(Morley, 1956,768. Translator: Gates. Wm.)

Conclusions

A conclusion reached, is that, without searching for the beginnings of any theme should never assume

such unknown numbers are only useful, when all data pertaining to such artificial dating methods can be

used in all phases of their calendar calculations. For Example: the almost universal use of 819, that never

seems to work as charted out as planned.

Also that a Human was actually the creator of the original 360-calendar in eons past NOT a "god,"“

"Nough said.tt

such unknown numbers are only useful, when all data pertaining to such artificial dating methods can be

used in all phases of their calendar calculations. For Example: the almost universal use of 819, that never

seems to work as charted out as planned.

Also that a Human was actually the creator of the original 360-calendar in eons past NOT a "god,"“

"Nough said.tt