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Óscar
Is today the end of the world?
Dec 21, 2012 8:55 AM
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very interesting question

December 23, 2012

So December 20th 2012 is simply  12 B'ak'tuns, 20 Ka'tuns, 20 Tuns, 18 Winals, and 20 Kins.  Meaning the next day is 13,0,0,0,0.  If it meant the end of all life the Mayans would not have invented words for 20 B'ak'tuns (1 Piktun) equal to 7,885 Years, or 20 Piktuns (1 Kalabtun) equal to 157,704 years... 20 kalabtuns = 1 K'inchiltun  and 20 K'inchiltun = 1 Alautun.  Alatun is currently the last noted Mayan calendar column  1 Alatun = 63,081,429 Years  So we have a LONG ways to go before we get the to True of the Mayan Calendar.. :)

December 22, 2012

The supposed end of the Myan Calendar is a myth. We only go into a new page.  Yesturday was 12,20,20,18,20  We simple changed to the next B'ak'tun Now we are at 13,0,0,0,0  Tomorrow will be 13,0,0,0,1 The date on which the calendar will go to the next piktun (a complete series of 20 b'ak'tuns), at Long Count 1.0.0.0.0.0, will be on October 13, 4772.

Eplanation of the above dates:

1 day = 1 K'in

20 k'ins = 1 Winal

18 Winals = 1 Tun

20 Tuns = 1 Ka'tun

20 Ka'tuns = 1 B'ak'tun

20 B'ak'tuns = 1 Piktun (And so on..)

December 22, 2012

apparently

December 22, 2012

Nope ! it is a joke!! Earth will distroyed by people in the next century not by celestial body or ... I'm sure!!!!!

December 21, 2012