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According to the mayan calendar, they believed that their world would end on Dec 21, 2012. This is one with an authentic almost eerie feel to it. But what will it happen? A global diesaster is a possibility!

the mayan calander was one of the most up to date 1400's. this is an over look at how the mayans calander was set up.

Number of Days / Term


1 / Kin (day)


20 / Uinal


360 / Tun


7200 / Katun


144000 / Baktun




Notice that the only exception to multiplying by twenty is at the tun level, where the uinal period is instead multiplied by 18 to make the 360-day tun. The Maya used this counting system to track an unbroken sequence of days from the time it was thought of. The Mayan scholar Munro Edmonson believes that the Long Count was put in place around 355 B.C. This may be so, but the oldest Long Count date as yet found corresponds to 32 B.C..

 this whole thory was created by alfred percival muldslay in the late 1880's



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