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Over the decades much discussion has focussed on finding the exact correlation between the Mayan Long Count and the Gregorian calendar. Most researchers in the field have now come to agree that the so-called GMT correlation, placing the beginning of the Long Count 4 Ahau 8 Cumku on the Julian day 584 283, August 11, 3114 BC, is correct. This means by consequence that it will end on December 21, 2012 and most, such as Jose Arguelles, John Jenkins and Terence McKenna, who have taken an interest in the calendar of the Maya, have endorsed this date as the end of the current cycle.
Originally posted by Tormentations
You Dec-21-2012 folks are forgetting one thing...
The earth always has two days on it.
It is no one day encompassing the enitire earth. For there are timezones, you know? So which timezone is the main one for Dec-21-2012? What have the people been saying on this? Something or nothing?