# The next Ice Age will occur in sync with The Start Time of The Grand Cycle of Pacha iNTi-17 DEC 2013

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1. ### Susan Lynne SchwengerThe Final Synthesis - isbn 978-0-9939480-0-8Staff Member

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"THE next ICE AGE will OCCUR in sync with 16th December 2013,
end time of The Grand Cycle of Pacha & Macha
and, 17th December 2013 -The Start Time of The Grand Cycle of Pacha iNTi,
they occur, once every 104,000 years, which is 4 cycles of 26,000 ancient years"

Susan Lynne Schwenger
Predicted 30-MAY-2010

"An ice age occurs once every 104,000 ancient years
if 360 days is the length of an ancient year
there are 26,000 ancient years x 4 cycles = 104,000 ancient years
the importance of our calendar calibrations,
are, as follows:
in 9,360,360 ancient days/360 ancient days = 26,001 ancient years
or (5 major cycles x 13 minor cycles x 144,000 days) + (6 seasons x 60 days=360)
=9,360,360 ancient days
in 9,360,000 ancient days/360 ancient days= 26,000 ancient years
The ancient day-record-time-wisdom keepers, were out by 360 ancient days
16th December 2013, is the end of The Macha (9,360,000) & Pacha (360) Grand Cycle
17th December 2013, is the start of The Pacha iNTi (9,360,000) Grand Cycle"

Susan Lynne Schwenger - 30 May 2010
9,360,000 days
9,360,000/390 = 24,000 ancient years
9,360,000/360 = 26,000 ancient years
9,360,000/260 = 36,000 tzolkin cycles"

Susan Lynne Schwenger - 30 May 2010

Photographer: Susan Lynne Schwenger

27 May 2010 (1st of the last 1300 days in The Grand Cycle of Macha & Pacha)
1300 Days = 5 Cycles x 260 Days = 1300 Days
260 Days = 13 Cycles x 5 Days (per week) x 4 weeks (of 5 days) = 13 x 5 x 4 = 260 Days
5 cycles x 260 Days = 1300 Days

27 May 2010 (+1300 Days) = 16 December 2013
The End of The Grand Cycle of Macha & Pacha
17 December 2013
The Start of The Grand Cycle of Pacha iNTi
Discovered by:
Susan Lynne Schwenger
Tony Bermaneder

Photographer: Susan Lynne Schwenger

The Moon of 27 MAY 2010

- Signals The Start of The Last 1300 days aka kin countdown in the grand - great cycle

which was discovered by Susan Lynne Schwenger & Tony Bermanseder

- 16th December 2013 at sunset- The End of The Macha & Pacha Grand Cycle...

and, The Start of The Pacha iNTi Grand Cycle on 17th December 2013 at sunrise.

Susan was the first person to identify The Grand Cycle as The Last Full Moon in December 2013
which falls on 17 DEC 2013 back in 1984,
The Aztec, Mayan, Maori, Aboriginal, First Nations, Metis & Native American Tribes
had 1,5,6,13,20, 60, 180, 260, 360, 360+5, 360+1+5 , 144,000 & 9,360,000 day cycles...

The Six Season Calendar aka The Thirteen (13) Moon Calendar aka The Ancient Year
begins on the last full moon of December, each and every year.

She was also the first to align The Metonic Calendar, The Ancient Egyptian Calendars,
The Chinese 60-year Calendar Cycle, etc.,

The Bermanseder Bible Codes can also be aligned to these calendars:
http://www.thuban.spruz.com/forums/?page=post&fid=&lastp=1&id=0265D780-C9C1-46C1-80A1-A15795198653

THE MAIN CODE of THE DRESDEN CODEX THROUGH THE MAYAN SUPER NUMBER
1366560 has been cracked by Tony Bermanseder & Susan Lynne Schwenger
-- which mathematically proves we live in a 12 level universe

http://www.cosmosdawn.net/forum/ind...y-susan-lynne-schwenger-tony-bermanseder.133/

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Closing out the year by taking a look at snow and ice cover over the course of 2014.

Happy New Year from SOS!

For those curious about where this data is from, infrared and microwave data
from multiple satellites including the NOAA's GOES Imager
and POES AVHRR, US Air Force DMSP/SSMI,
and EUMETSAT MSG/SEVIRI sensors are combined to create these daily maps of global snow
and ice cover of the planet.

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The Christian Apocalypse of Human History from 1635 BC to 2056 AD Calendar Discoveries
& Encoding by Tony Bermanseder & Susan Lynne Schwenger, The eXchanger aka White Lotus Star,
Talks with Thunder with Thunders

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ICE AGE STAR MAP DISCOVERED

- 09th August 2000 - Dr. Michael Rappenglueck

Wednesday, 9 August, 2000, 01:00 GMT 02:00 UK
Ice Age star map discovered

The star map gives insight into our ancestors' minds
By BBC News Online science editor Dr David Whitehouse
A prehistoric map of the night sky has been discovered on the walls
of the famous painted caves at Lascaux in central France.

 It is a map of the prehistoric cosmos Dr Michael Rappenglueck
The map, which is thought to date back 16,500 years, shows three bright stars
known today as the Summer Triangle.

A map of the Pleiades star cluster has also been found among the Lascaux frescoes.
And another pattern of stars, drawn 14,000 years ago, has been identified in a cave in Spain.

According to German researcher Dr Michael Rappenglueck, of the University of Munich,
the maps show that our ancestors were more sophisticated than many believe.

Scientific heritage

The Lascaux caves, with their spectacular drawings of bulls, horses and antelope,
were painted 16,500 years ago.

 The caves may have been a prehistoric planetarium where the stars were first charted
Discovered in 1940, the walls show the artistic talents of our distant ancestors.

But the drawings may also demonstrate their scientific knowledge as well.

The caves could be a prehistoric planetarium in which humanity first charted the stars.
The sky map has been found in a region of the Lascaux caves known as the Shaft of the Dead Man.
Painted on to the wall of the shaft is a bull, a strange bird-man and a mysterious bird on a stick.

Summer triangle

According to Dr Rappenglueck, these outlines form a map of the sky with the eyes of the bull,
birdman and bird representing the three prominent stars Vega, Deneb and Altair.

 The ancient star map shows a bull, birdman and a bird on a stick
Together, these stars are popularly known as the Summer Triangle
and are among the brightest objects that can be picked out high overhead
during the middle months of the northern summer.

Around 17,000 years ago, this region of sky would never have set below the horizon
and would have been especially prominent at the start of spring.

"It is a map of the prehistoric cosmos," Dr Rappenglueck told BBC News Online.

"It was their sky, full of animals and spirit guides."

Seven sisters

But the sky map is not the only evidence that prehistoric man
took a keen interest in the night sky.
Nearer to the entrance of the Lascaux cave complex is a magnificent painting of a bull.

 Cave drawings in Spain may also point to the stars
Hanging over its shoulder is what appears to be a map of the Pleiades,
the cluster of stars sometimes called the Seven Sisters.

Inside the bull painting, there are also indications of spots that may be a representation
of other stars found in that region of sky.

Today, this region forms part of the constellation of Taurus the bull,
showing that mankind's identification of this part of the sky stretches back thousands of years.

Northern Crown

Dr Rappenglueck has also identified a star map painted on the walls of a cave in Spain 14,000 years ago.

The Cueva di El Castillo cave, in the mountains of Pico del Castillo, contains a region
called the Frieze of Hands.

At the end of this remarkable section can be found a curved pattern of dots.

"Nobody paid much attention to it," said Dr Rappenglueck.

"But, it is obviously a drawing of the constellation we call the Northern Crown. It is remarkable."

The archaeologists who have looked at Dr Rappengleuck's conclusions have so far agreed
that they are reasonable and that he may have uncovered the earliest evidence
of humanity's interest in the stars.