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The Maya believed that when a cycle ends, a new one begins. 2012 is the end of this cycle and the beginning of a new one. The 'God that can fly' will visit again; the
There has been a bogus forward circulating Facebook and Twitter about the Mayan Calendar. It claims that the Mayans were unaware of our Leap Year system, therefore
The 2012 phenomenon was a range of eschatological beliefs that cataclysmic or transformative events would occur around 21 December 2012. This date was regarded as the
On a tiny patch of six square miles of jungle floor in Guatemala, a stunningly preserved ancient Mayan glyph is changing how archaeologists think about the Mayan
Mayan Calendar and the Gregorian Leap.
08.07.2012 · Mayan Calendar: World Will Not End In December 2012, Expert Says
Trees grow atop a newly discovered mound over a house built by the ancient Maya that contains the rendering of an ancient figure, possibly the town scribe.
Maya Calendar - Prophecies, Cycles and.
Archaeologists have found a stunning array of 1,200-year-old Maya paintings in a room that appears to have been a workshop for calendar scribes and priests, with
THE MAYAN CALENDAR and THE UNIVERSAL TIME.
Mayan Calendar: World Will Not End In.
08.05.2012 · Maya astronomers left calculations on walls pointing to a future long after 2012, the year expected to be the end of the world. Maya-Kalender
Newly discovered Mayan calendar goes way.
THE MAYAN CALENDAR. WE KNOW WHEN IT ENDS - BUT THEN WHAT? The Universal Time Cycle and How it Works! compiled by Dee Finney
Ancient Mayan glyph adds 7,000 years to. 2012 phenomenon - Wikipedia, the free.