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#441 11 years ago

Serio;4575779Remember that the Mayan calendar was before anything was called "God" or "Bible". That means before "AD" and "BC", so 2012 can quite possibly be anywhere, anytime.[/QUOTE]

[QUOTE=Legolas*;4575837]i said the same thing earlier in this thread...

It seems you're missing something. Read this: Mesoamerican Long Count calendar - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia




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#442 11 years ago
Remember that the Mayan calendar was before anything was called "God" or "Bible". That means before "AD" and "BC", so 2012 can quite possibly be anywhere, anytime.

I'm pretty sure that at least one historian would have picked up on that by now. And I'm pretty sure the 2012 is just in our calendar. 13.0.0.0.0 in their calendar or something.




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#443 11 years ago
'LIGHTNING [NL;4576576']It seems you're missing something. Read this: Mesoamerican Long Count calendar - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Inscriptions beyond 2012

Maya stelae occasionally show dates beyond 2012. Most of these are in the form of "distance dates", where a Long Count date is given with a distance date to be added. For example, on the Tablet of Inscriptions from Palenque the following Long Count date was found: 9.8.9.13.0 8 Ahau 13 Pop (24 March 603 Gregorian) with a distance date of 10.11.10.5.8. The resulting date is given as 1.0.0.0.0.8 5 Lamat 1 Mol,[10] or 21 October 4772 – almost 3,000 years into the future. The king Pacal of Palenque predicted that on this date the eightieth Calendar Round anniversary of his accession will be celebrated, suggesting he did not believe the world would end in 2012.