Summary: Mayan Calender

15 04 2008

Digg!The Mayan theory is very intriguing and multifaceted approach to the 2012 Doomsday. This video shows a brief history about the Maya civilization and their cultures fascination with both astrology and Gods. The maya civilization is best know for several things: their accuracy of celestial bodies, brutality in the form of sacrifices to, primarily, the sun god, and most importantly the accuracy of calender.

Our concern is towards the Mayan Calender. Most people do not know that there is not only 1 calender, theres not even 2 calenders, but 3 complex and accurate calenders created by the Maya. The first calender was generally used as a template for the planning of crop cycles while the second, and more sacred calender was what most doomsday researchers refer to as the prediction calender.

Some researchers argue that the Mayan calender is even more accurate than our own present day calender which is a testament to the Mayans diligence in creating these unrivaled works of history.




2 responses

15 04 2008

Great video but I think theres a misinterpretation about the Mayan Calender. I think researchers are making it more than it actually is. The calender predicts an event on December 21, 2001 but doesn’t say whats going to happen. For all we know, it could just be unique colors in the sky. I like what you’re doing on this site, keep it up. Great information.

15 04 2008

Thank you for posting this site. Very interesting research you have going on regarding 2012. There are many conspiracy theories surround the Mayan calendar and astrology. I agree with Billy that there might be more “hype” around the Mayan Calendar than should be given. However, the unknown is a powerful influencer. Only time will tell… Great work! I look forward to your next posts. Keep up the great work.

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