1922 began a 104-year Venus cycle of thirteen (13) 8-year cycles that completes in 2026.
In 1922 Venus rose on its first day as the "Morning Star" on Mayan calendar Day #20, the first appearance of the SUN ahau day sign on the 260-day calendar cycle. This only happens once every 104-years!
Have now included that in the YEARS 1901-2025 section, noted as: 1922 - V1... 1930 - V2... 1938 - V3... 1946 - V4... 1954 - V5... 1962 - V6... 1970 - V7... 1978 - V8... 1986 - V9... 1994 - V10... 2002 - V11... 2010 - V12... 2018 V13.
Mayan Year 8 started ~January 12, 2020, in the current 260-day cycle that began ~August 28, 2019, and completes ~May 13, 2020. Only then, after the new 260-day cycle begins May 14, 2020, will we be fully into the "Year 8" energy balance shift. And being that we are in "Dark Twin" Venus 'Evening Star mode' now through June 3, 2020, means many bumps on 'The Roadmap to Peace' until summer.
The current 8-year Venus cycle we are in, 2018-2026, has five (5) transit points.
The beginning point was October 24, 2018, and the next point is January 9, 2022.
This beginning phase is like wandering around in the wilderness. We know we're going somewhere important but we're just going thru the woods trying to find our way out.
June 3, 2020, marks the end of this wilderness phase and suddenly there is a huge unexpected shift of consciousness and events that suddenly puts everything in focus to keep us on the positive path.
Look for major positive shift after July 4, 2020.
The media "news" is always BAD so focus and KNOW that spiritual power is increasing, for Good.)
Just like the Mayan calendar is sectioned into five (5) 52-day cycles, so too this Venus 8-year cycle has the same fractal nature.
Fear not. We are safe. Be patient.
For finally we arrive at our 'destination,' the "Zero Point" time shift zone at the end of 2025 in Mayan year 13 that completes in January 2026 when a new 13-year cycle begins, and a new 260-day cycle begins on January 23, 2026.
The Mayan calendar needs to be adjusted every so often to keep it aligned with the risings and settings of the planet Venus.
Jose Arguelles talked about it but I have never seen anyone adjusting his calendar dates ever. And I have not seen online ONE date calculator that gets the Mayan dates right going back before 1995. I believe my date charts from 1901-2026 are proven to be accurate. I can't rely on "magical thinking" because these are "facts" of astronomy cycles of Venus.
It is true that the 'error' or adjustment works out to be about 5 days every 52 years but again have never seen anywhere anyone adjusting.
My facts are correct and can prove it.
Venus is seen as the "Evening Star" during its 263-day journey thru the evening western skies, after which it disappears from view for 8 days.
The period-of-orbit of Venus around our Sun is 224.65 days and the period-of orbit of the Earth around the Sun is 365.25 days.
So the 260-day cycle is actually a tiny bit less-than a full 260-days...exactly 259.8-days, because of that "extra" .65 of a day each year. And the "extra" .256 of a day that Earth has creates the extra day over four years.
A combination of these factors is why the day Venus rises as the Morning Star every 8-years, on Mayan calendar day LORD Ajaw (or Ahau) needs to be adjusted BACKWARD a day earlier occasionally, and why the Mayan "New Year" arrives a day earlier every so often, from the adjustment made to the rising and setting of Venus, because of the periods of orbit of Venus and Earth around the Sun.
The first sighting of Venus rising on the specific Mayan calendar day SUN ahau every eight years determines the correct Maya calendar day of adjustment, if necessary, to keep the calendar accurate.
Like both the Gregorian and Julian calendars the Mayan calendar must also be adjusted, a day-backwards sometimes, one day must be subtracted, about every ten years or so, if necessary.
Because of the orbit length of the Venus year, 224.7-days, those "partially missing" days every year of 0.3-days begin to add up.
The Venus-Sun 'inferior conjunction' alignments occur 3-days earlier every 10-years. So even with the 2 extra leap year added in every 8-years an additional day must be subtracted to keep the Mayan calendar aligned to the rising of Venus on SUN ahau days.
Year Venus Days
This then raises challenging questions, such as: How can we subtract one extra day? Where does that Mayan day go? And, WHEN does the adjustment take place, if needed?
We must realize that the 260-day calendar is really tracking an invisible subtle ‘energy-field’ that the planets are always moving thru. And since the planets do not have exact circular orbital patterns, the orbits are oval egg-shaped, their orbital revolutions we observe mathematically have variations that do not overtly appear at first as simple Earth-time calculation formulas and so we have to adjust our Sun-based calendars to compensate.
The total Mayan calendar 'energy field' is actually slightly less-than 260-days in duration. So little-by-little every day, every month and every year the Mayan calendar slowly slips backwards, so that, for example, the Mayan "New Year Day" happens now in mid-January.
Every 8 years, the day Venus disappears is ALWAYS on Mayan day Eb' or HUMAN, the 12th Mayan daysign on the 20-day mayan Month. For those 8 days Venus is then moving between the Sun and the Earth and can not be seen.
Then later, 8 days after disappearing, Venus reappears again in the pre-dawn eastern sky just before sunrise as the super bright "Morning Star". And this day every 8 years is ALWAYS Mayan day Ahau or SUN, the 20th daysign on the 20-day mayan Month.
These two daysigns, Eb' HUMAN and Ahau SUN, are always found in the Venus-cycle charts, in all four of the known ancient Mayan books or codices.
Here is the ideal 8-Year pattern as recorded in the Mayan "Madrid Codex":
Mayan Symbol Venus - Rises or Sets (Star Pattern Cycles: 1 – 5)
SUN *Rises as Morning Star (1)
WARRIOR Sets as Morning Star
WORLDBRIDGER Rises as Evening Star
WARRIOR Sets as Evening Star
SEED *Rises as Morning Star (2)
SUN Sets as Morning Star
DOG Rises as Evening Star
SUN Sets as Evening Star
STAR *Rises as Morning Star (3)
SEED Sets as Morning Star
WIZARD Rises as Evening Star
SEED Sets as Evening Star
HUMAN *Rises as Morning Star (4)
STAR Sets as Morning Star
MIRROR Rises as Evening Star
STAR Sets as Evening Star
WARRIOR *Rises as Morning Star (5)
Sets as Morning Star HUMAN
WIND Rises as Evening Star
HUMAN Sets as Evening Star