posted on May, 16 2008 @ 04:13 PM
reply to post by screamo
Tsk, tsk, tsk, Screamo - don't you know that is not a question to ask a lady...?
And besides, don't the lines exactly above your post directly answer your question?
I don't know about "sinking in" - you may be right, and any piece of information is welcome, of course - but for something to "sink in" it has to
be floating around in the public awareness.
That's what Survivor - and myself, in an earlier thread - were asking: when and how did this information appear and spread in the Western culture?
Somebody must have published a book or an article for this piece of information to become known in its present version and then spread around the
Western culture - and it weren't the Maya.
Of course I could find out who it was - or were
, more likely - but at the time of posting my original thread on this I naturally thought I
would get more information here...
P.S. The (verbal and mental) "precision" I had in mind has very little to do with spelling
. An illiterate person, for example, can be very
precise in his or her thought and expression nevertheless.
[edit on 16-5-2008 by Vanitas]