Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Are you Ready For December 21, 2012 ??

December 21, 2012 is coming and so the experts are trying and making their best efforts to get with some more convincing finding on Mayan calendar to show people that Maya did not predict this day as an apocalypse for the end of the year or Doomsday.

The experts who include ArchaeologistsAnthropologists and some more met for a discussion in the southern Mexico City on the topic of the Maya Long Count calendar which is made up of 394 year periods known to be baktuns.
According to the experts’ estimation, the Mayan calendar starts counting at 3114 B.C., and will have run through 13 baktuns, or 5,125 years, around December 21. Experts say 13 was a significant number for the Maya, and the end of that cycle would be a milestone, but not remarks an end.

The main thing in calendar which frightens is that the calendar has pointed to the end in recent years. People in that camp believe the Maya may have been privy to impending astronomical disasters that would coincide with 2012.
This disaster will be ranging from explosive storms on the surface of the sun that could knock out power grids to a galactic alignment that could trigger a reversal in Earth’s magnetic field.
Experts stressed that the ancient Maya, whose “classic” culture of writing, astronomy and temple complexes flourished from the year 300 to 900, were extremely interested in future events, far beyond Dec. 21.
The experts say that their finding shows only a couple of references to the 2012 date equivalency carved in stone at Maya sites and in that neither refers to an apocalypse. Such apocalyptic visions have been common for more than 1,000 years in Western, Christian thinking, and are not native to Maya thought.

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