A New Mayan Calendar Was Found
Over the past few years, people have been raving about the Mayan end of the world, said to be December 12, 2012. The subject sparked controversy and a lot of people claimed the world won’t end just because the Mayan calendar did. Now, skeptics have hard evidence to support their theory, given that a new Mayan calendar was found.
Deep down in the Guatemala rainforest researchers made an incredible breakthrough. It is literally the sort of finding that changes the way a lot of people look at the world. Call it how you want: the new Mayan calendar or the oldest Mayan calendar. One thing is for sure: the world won’t end December 12, 2012.
In the ruins of one of the last unexcavated Maya megacity, researchers stumbled upon a finding that will spark controversy without a doubt. On the north wall of a Mayan house in the unexcavated megacity, archaeologists found hieroglyphs in black and red and a mural of a royal court and king.
At a close study, archaeologists identified a new Mayan calendar, quite possible the oldest one either. According to the researchers, it looks like the oldest Mayan calendar goes another 7,000 years into the future.
The discovery was made by students who later found out they stumbled upon the workroom of an ancient Maya scribe. Ph. D. student Franco Rossi told National Geographic: “Undoubtedly this type of room exists at every Maya site in the Late Classic and probably earlier, but it’s our only example thus far”.
The walls in the room contained the red and black hieroglyphs which contained elaborate calculations and “fixed tabulations that they can then refer to – tables more or less like those in the back of your chemistry book”.
Researchers identified a lunar table, a “ring number”, “a sequence of numbered intervals corresponding to key calendrical and planetary cycles”. And on the east wall researchers indentified a calendar, made of small and quite complex hieroglyphics. Archaeologist David Stuart said “there was a lot more to the Maya calendar than just 13 baktuns”, the end of the cycle set to happen December 12, 2012.
David Stuart worked deciphering the hieroglyphs. He said: “The Mayan calendar is going to keep going for billions, trillions, octillions of years into the future. Numbers we can’t even wrap our heads around”.
You would think that a ph.d student would not make a mistake on the date like that.
scripture teaches us that the opinion of the time suggests that in the doom and gloom of end of time there is hope that the infestation of human activity on this planet will be dealt a series of serious blows that happen on a cyclic pattern. the human condition is to confuse those who don't know and to put doubt in those who think they know. why are these time lines so elaborate? why not make things easy or is that just a ruse to throw interest out. if i had a message for the future i would want everyone to understand my intention.
Really, a new calendar was found,
just like that! Wow, hows that for timing?
I wonder how many sheeple are actually
Going to believe it!!???
No., the world is not coming to an end. There's gonna be some kinda big revealing or awakening at or after. 12-12-2012 . So. Rejoice or in your case, repent!
I been scared shitless of 2012
i hope the world does end or we see aliens so we can get out of this shit hole we call earth
I like to point out that it's December 21st, 2012 when the Mayan calendar is said to end not December 12th, 2012. Very close though. December 12th, 2012 is just a fun date 12.12.12. but it doesn't have much of anything to do with the Mayans.
weeeeeeeeeeeeeee its now 12/17/12 WE SURVIVED LOL
The date was set at 12/21/2012 for the end of age so the person who posted this didn't do much research. Not that I believe regardless someone posting on behalf of the world ending or not should have their facts straight.
If u guys do research. The mayans never accounted for leap year if thats the case it would have ended along time ago