Sleepy Little Township
Thousands of years ago, the Serpent People (Anunnaki) ruled the overlands. The Anunnaki live for approximately 1000 years (5 half-K’atun or 5 * 200 years); however, they spend half their time awake and half their time in “stasis”, and so have a physical presence of ~2000 years on the earth (awake for 200 years, in stasis for 200 years, etc).
The society is divided into five groups: Anu-Ki, Anu-Ni, Anu-Ku, Anu-Na, and Anu-Na-Ku.
- The Anu-Ki (shepherd of Anu) are a genetically engineered servant class sub-species with little intelligence but great endurance. They are very good at following simple commands, and can do simple problem solving as well. Since they do not go into stasis, their physical presence is roughly 1000 years.
- The Anu-Ni (child of Anu) are the youthful members of the species. An Anu-Ni reaches adulthood at the second half-K’atun.
- The Anu-Ku (people of Anu) are the adult members of the species. An Anu-Ku reaches old age at the fifth half-K’atun.
- Anu-Na (image of Anu) are the elderly members of the species. They are respected and hold counselling and arbitration positions. An Anu-Na gains the status of Anu-Na-Ku by exhibiting great wisdom, knowledge, and leadership abilities.
- The Anu-Na-Ku (voice of Anu – likeness of Anu as a mortal with his wisdom) are the great leaders and ancient wise ones of the species. They are revered and respected, and their word is law and followed without question.
As homo sapiens evolved, homo reptilia maintained their distance due to the new species’ violent and unpredictable behavior. As human population grew, they decided to move to live in tunnels beneath the earth.
To maintain comfortable living conditions, the Anunnaki devised an ingenious power source – the American Bison. Hundreds of bison are kept in sleep tanks connected to a machine that keeps the beast alive while collecting energy in the form of body heat and methane from their waste. They were collected over the centuries, a dozen or so a year, as the underground dwellings were expanded. At some point hundreds of years ago, a sustainable stasis was met that not only provided all the energy needed, but provided additional energy that could be placed into reserve “batteries”.
Eventually, after thousands of years, they saw that humans had developed higher mental capabilities, and begun simple farming and development of both tools and art. The Anunnaki felt that the time was right for contact. They befriended humans and began teaching them skills such as crop rotation and irrigation, domesticating livestock, and more advanced technologies such as advanced food preservation techniques.
The Anu’s version of English is over 80 years old, so they don’t understand slang and might misuse it.
Calendar and Time Keeping
The Anunnaki method of timekeeping is actually the Mayan calendar, which is comprised of three separate corresponding calendars: the Long Count, the Tzolkin (divine calendar), and the Haab (civil calendar). The Long Count date comes first, then the Tzolkin date, and last the Haab date. A typical Mayan date would read 220.127.116.11.0 4 Ahau 8 Kumku, where 18.104.22.168.0 is the Long Count date, 4 Ahau is the Tzolkin date, and 8 Kumku is the Haab date.
The Haab is a 365 day solar calendar divided into 18 months of 20 days each and one month of 5 days.
The Tzolkin is a 260-day calendar with 20 periods of 13 days, used to determine the time of religious and ceremonial events.
The Long Count is an astronomical calendar used to track longer periods of time called “the universal cycle”. Each cycle is calculated to be 2,880,000 days (about 7885 solar years). The universe is destroyed and recreated at the start of each universal cycle.
The cycle we are currently in began on Oct 20, 5873 BC; however, what is called the “creation date” is 4 Ahau, 8 Kumku – Aug 11, 3114 BC – 1,007,635 days after the start of the current cycle and 1,872,365 days prior to the end of the cycle.
1 Piktun (long count rollover) = 2,880,000 days or ~7885 years
There are 400 7200 day cycles in 1 Piktun. There are 20 K’atun in 1 B’ak’tun; therefore 40 half-K’atun per B’ak’tun.
The Anunnaki follow the god Yig, and the “cycle of Yig” which is based on the B’ak’tun. Each 144,000 day cycle represents day and night (each 72,000 days long). Therefore, the Anunnaki are active for the first 72000 days of each B’ak’tun ((roughly 197.26 years), then hibernate for the remaining 72000 days. The cycle repeats at the start of each B’ak’tun; therefore, they are currently hibernating and are scheduled to awaken on Dec 21, 2012.
|Date||start of B’ak’tun|
|Oct 13, 4772||20/0 (re-creation date)|
|Jul 11, 4378||19|
|Apr 7, 3984||18|
|Jan 3, 3590||17|
|Oct 1, 3195||16|
|Jun 28, 2801||15|
|Mar 26, 2407||14|
|Dec 21, 2012||13|
|Sep 18, 1618||12|
|Jun 15, 1224||11|
|Mar 13, 830||10|
|Dec 9, 435||9|
|Sep 5, 31||8|
|Jun 3, 354 BC||7|
|Feb 28, 748 BC||6|
|Nov 26,1143 BC||5|
|Aug 23, 1537 BC||4|
|May 21, 1931 BC||3|
|Feb 16, 2325 BC||2|
|Nov 13, 2720 BC||1|
|Aug 11, 3114 BC||0 (creation date)|
While sleeping, they are guarded over and cared for by the Anu-Ki. The Anu-Ki also dispose of and replace Bison that die while the other Anunnaki are asleep.
They went to sleep on Nov 5, 1815 and are scheduled to awaken on Dec 21, 2012 – the end of this cycle of the Piktun.
Calendar Round dates repeat every 18,980 days, approximately 52 solar years.