The David Oscarson End of Days Pistachio Green with Opaque Hard Enamel Broad Fountain Pen. It happens handiest each and every 26,000 years; the Galactic Alignment, where the Earth’s Winter Solstice Sun passes throughout the Dark Rift of the Milky Means, marking the tip of the thirteen-Baktun Cycle within the Mayan Long-Count Calendar. In astronomical terms, the Sun conjuncts the intersection of the Milky Means and the plane of the ecliptic. The Milky Means extends in a general north-south direction within the night sky. The plane of the ecliptic is the track the Sun, Moon, planets and stars appear to go back and forth within the sky, from east to west. It intersects the Milky Means at a 60 degree angle close to the constellation Sagittarius.
Consistent with researchers, something definite happened in the course of the primary century BC and it was once carved in stone by the Maya. Something also happened in 830 AD (in Baktun 10) which signaled the ‘Beginning of the tip’ for the Maya civilization. The Maya regarded as these events to be so significant that they calculated a ‘countdown’ of varieties, beginning August 11th, 3114 BC and ending on December 21st, 2012.
After cooling, the pieces are manually ground with a diamond file, restoring their right kind shape and surface. This tedious process is repeated at length till the extent of enamel reaches the depth required to hide the peaks and fill the valleys of every intricate guilloché pattern. When the general stages of firing are completed, the pieces are polished and buffed, revealing the velvet finish of translucent hard enamel.
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220.127.116.11.0, displayed at the bottom of the pen barrel, represents middle of the night
0.0.0.0.0, displayed at the most sensible of the pen cap, represents crack of dawn
The date of 12-21-2012 is about in top relief at the cap
The Mayan figuring out of a 365 ¬ day year was once represented within the steps in their temples and repeats 4 times at the gripping section