12-12-12 The Last Sequential Date for Almost a Century


The Last Sequential Date for Almost a Century

Today is 12-12-12, the last major numerical date using the Gregorian or Christian calendar for almost another century. The next time three numbers will align as they did will be on Jan. 1, 2111, or 1-1-11. For some it represents luck. For others it’s a day of romance. For most of us, it’s just another Wednesday. 

While some are rejoicing on this day, many doomsday believers believe today will bring the end of the world, thanks to an interpretation of the Mayan calendar. However, most doomsday believers are convinced the actual end of life as we know it on earth will come on 12-21-2012, in nine days when the Mayan calendar is set to end its 5,000-year cycle.

Wedding bells will be ringing across the globe as couples tie the knot on this day, which many consider to be a lucky day. A survey conducted by David’s Bridal estimates approximately 7,500 couples will get hitched on this day.

According to Chinese numerology, the number one is a yang number which is ruled by the sun and represents independence and individualism. Two is a yin number which is ruled by the moon and represents symmetry and balance. When placed together, the number 12 brings harmony to the yin and yang, balancing the feminine energy of the moon with the masculine energy of the sun. So, what we can gather is that 12/12/12 equals lots of harmony.

Another interesting fact about December 12, 2012 is it is exactly 6 years, 6 months, 6 days from June 6, 2006, or 06/06/06.

If you are into time-based phenomenon, and be sure to look up at 12:12:12 p.m. today, when the number 12 will be six times as “powerful” – 12/12/12 12:12:12.

But numerologists are less impressed with today than with Dec. 12, 2019. That date is actually expressed as 12-12-12 because the year, 2019, is 2+0+1+9 = 12. The last such “12” date was Dec. 12, 1920, and before that 1911. For numerologists, today’s date is really expressed as 12-12-5 because the year, 2012, is 2+0+1+2=5.

Every day is what you make of it.


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