posted on Oct, 3 2006 @ 09:07 AM
Originally posted by toolman
The Mayan Calendar does not "end" at 2012..there are dates recorded that extend well past that point in time.
what happens is the end of one cycle, and the beginning of another cycle. Mayans do not view time as linear, but as cyclical. in 2012, one cycle
it is not the end of the world, it is not armageddon....there would probably have been the next cycle recorded, but the spanish killed millions of
mayans, and burned their literature and science in fires that lasted for 4 months, night and day.
2012 is the last cycle and then something happens,maybe the 9 cycles restart, who knows... they've been counting the cycles from about 16.4 billion
years ago back before they even existed, this means they knew something about their past somehow.And why did they start from 16.4 Bill. years ago?
heck if i know.
2012 is the end of the 9th cycle,the trully end of all cycles,the top of the piramide cycle,we are in the 8th currently. I think we're in the 5th day
of the 8th cycle.(7days and 6 nights in each cycle)
look into Ian Lungold's vids as he explains it.
Believe me, if there was anything at all occult about the Mayan Calendar, wouldn't it have told them not to trust the Spaniards? Huh? That
the Spaniards ain't Quetzlcoatl? Huh? Huh?
Actualy they did know,but history was meant to be. They can not alter the history as they predict.And there is still mayan people that continue the
culture, they're not extincted like most people think.
And you can't deny that they owned the most perfect calendar in the world.It has the smallest margin error of time, yet to be equaled by any of
Back to topic,i think this a good theory, yet i would like to add that history allways repeats it's self, it's a cycle, it's where past and future
meet , so there is a chance that Atlantis might be under there somewhere, waiting for it's birth.