Last Date "Calendar Doomsday" Found


GUATEMALA - The end of the Mayan calendar that is often synonymous with doomsday predictions have been found and instead talk about ancient political history. This is even more clear the calendar did not predict doom.

"This text speaks of the ancient political history, not prophecy," said Director of Tulane University Middle American Research Institute, Marcello Canuto.

"This new evidence suggests that the date is 13 calendar bak'tun markers of important events that celebrate the ancient Mayans. Although however, they do not make a doomsday prophecy in that date," he added.

Proclaimed Live Science on Saturday (30.06.2012), the Mayan calendar is divided into bak'tun or thousands of cycles for 144 days starting from the date of the Mayan creation. December 21, 2012 is the last day of the 13th bak'un and mark what they call the cycle of creation.

Previously many believe that December 21, 2012 relating to the doomsday predictions or as a marker of the occurrence of major spiritual event. But there is only one reference to the date of this archaeological finds.

Now, researchers exploring the Mayan ruins of La Corona in Guatemala. They find a monument to the second reference on December 21, 2012. On the stone steps carved hieroglyphs containing, they found the strongest leader's visit Maya's memoirs, Yuknnoom Yich'aak K'ahk of Calakmul.

As part of his visit, the king calls himself "the master 13 k'atun." K'atuns is another matter units within the Mayan calendar that contains approximately 7,200 days or nearly 20 years. Jaguar Paw has been leading up to the end of the 13 Mayan k'atuns in 692 AD.

From here began the end of calendar 2012. King's reign to connect to the cycle-13 or 13 bak'tun as an attempt to bind him and his future administration.

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