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2012, from Larry Williams

September 10, 2007 |

The Mayans did not say the end of the world was 2012, but rather that a new cycle begins then. It was not an end-time prediction. Nor, based on what I have read and what I have been able to transcribe, was it a big deal — just a new cycle.

Their calander wheels are fascinating, as are the road systems they had, and the countless pyramids. Plunderers find the north point never has anything of value, while lots of goodies are available at the other points. Pyramid builders got all the way up to Wisconsin — some say Canada.


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  1. Leonardo Cecchini on September 11, 2007 5:06 am

    I’ve always read that the Mayans viewed our current ’sun’ cycle to be the fifth and final cycle (this is also similar to what is described in the Vedas). This may explain why the calendar ends in December 2012.

    That said, considering we know so little about their past prior to Cortes’s conquest (as all historical data was destroyed by the Spanish probably puting the loss on par with the burning of Alexandria’s library by the Romnans) and as yet we haven’t deciphered their hieroglyphics, one can understand the confusion and the multitude of hypothesis that are concocted.

  2. Stanislav Bernouhov on September 12, 2007 1:02 pm

    I’ve heard about 2013 year, that was mentioned even in Maja’s prophecies. They called it Apocalipsys. We also know that Nostradamus had written about 2013 year. What historical facts are real and what are falsified we’l discover in 2013 I hope :)

  3. Curmudgeon 2312 on September 13, 2007 10:32 am

    Leonardo wrote “the burning of Alexandria’s library by the Romans”

    The idea that Julius Caesar (or other romans) burned the Library of Alexandria has no historical support.

    In my opinion the Library was probably burned by Caliph Omar in 640 AD for the stated reason that some of the contents “contradict the Quran”. It has a plausible ring to it…

    The Romans plundered manuscripts, stole statues and works of art SO THEY COULD ENJOY THEM, never for the sake of destruction.

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