'Day Out of Time' July 25, 2012, Mayan New Year's Eve brings Reflection as 'Golden Age' dawns

'Day Out of Time' July 25, 2012, Mayan New Year's Eve brings Reflection as 'Golden Age' dawns

Itzicán : Mexico | Jul 24, 2012 at 6:54 AM PDT
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July 25, 2012, is a day of tremendous importance in the Mayan calendar - it is New Year's Eve - also known as the Day Out of Time. This day is the last day of the galactic year, meaning that of the 13 moons per year in a 28 day cycle, and 364 days, this is the extra day, or literally, the day out of time.

According to Samme Samareta FB page:

"Day Out of Time 2012
White Rhythmic Mirror (July 25, 2012)

This is the last day of the galactic year
in the Mayan and Galactic calendar.
(13 moons of 28 days = 364 days ~
the extra day, the 365th day, is July 25,
the "Day Out Of Time") This is a special
day for ritual, meditation and prayer.
In 2012 along with the Banner of Peace,
we are asking that you bring a mirror or mirrors
to the gathering or festival as a symbol of the
Reflection of Divine Endless Order.


I organize in order to reflect
Balancing order
I seal the matrix of endlessness
With the rhythmic tone of equality
I am guided by my own power doubled
I am a galactic activation portal
Enter me"


This year the Day out of Time is even more significant, as the Mayan year approaches the end of a 3600 year cycle on December 21, 2012, an event which many fear (due to in great part to a lack of understanding and misrepresentation of the Mayan calendar) would see the much anticipated 'end days' scenario playing out.

However the Mayans themselves tell us that this is simply the end of a phase, and the beginning of a new one.

This is why the importance of July 25th, 2012, the Day Out of Time, cannot be underestimated.

This Day Out of Time is a magical day, this day out of time, this free pass to enjoy a guilt-free day just to breathe, and to be one with yourself and the Universe.

Embrace this day as a gift - a completely free day to meditate upon the beauty of this Earth, to give thanks, to go into nature and to breathe...just breathe.

If you work on this day, which of course most of us do in one way or another, try to take a little time in this "day out of time," and give yourself a little extra time - go for a walk on your lunch hour, eat in the park, and perhaps take a moment to feed a squirrel or two.

Reconnecting to nature, re-newing our dedication to peace and our love for all living things, and meditating upon our multi-dimensional selves and our position as galactic beings in the Universe, is the simple and beautiful order of this day.

Here is a great explanation of the Day Out of Time from crystalinks.com

"July 25 is called The Day Out of Time based on a theory linked to the Mayan Calendar or Tzolkin.

The Day out of time is the culmination of the 13 Moon Calendar year originated from the Mayan science of time. On July 25th, Sirius (the dog star) rises with the sun. This day is observed as a day free of time in the 13 Moon Calendar. It is a day of reverence and cultural appreciation for the concept 'Time is Art.' This 'free day' is the closing of a 13x28=364 day year. The Day Out of Time re-aligns the 13 Moon calendar to the solar year and re-aligns humanity into renewed appreciation for our inherent divinity and connection to nature."


What will you do to celebrate the Day Out of Time? Can you think of a moment you can find in the day when you can steal away for a little break to just do nothing? That's what the day is for - it's the Day Out of Time! So go ahead - take a time-out! It's the great Galactic New Year's Eve and the beginning of a new millenia! A new era is beginning - one where peace, love and humanity's true divine nature will reign! Happy New Year! Namaste! Cheers! Here's to the Golden Age!

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Mayan Calendar: Day Out of Time, July 25, 2012
'This year's Day Out of Time is extra powerful as it is coded by the White Rhytmic Mirror, the second clear sign on the tomb lid of Pacal Votan, signifying his disincarnation. On the long count it will be 11 Chuen (Monkey).' photo by: ww.fb/Sammi1 https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10151146129530579&set=a.424345590578.211453.730715578&type=1&theater
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