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The 2012ers therefore argue that the ancient Maya (or any other “civilization”) were incapable of coming up with these buildings, writing, etc. all by themselves. They needed guidance. This sounds much like the “white man’s burden”, where non-western people were seen as child like.
Thus, whatever the 2012 debunkers say it will always be lies. This is like arguing with a religious fundamentalist….and btw, the creationists are already in this circus. They are the most ethnocentric and even racist regarding the Maya.
The NWO bunch thought Obama was their flunkie, but he was really more like a double agent for the oil guys, since he is more arab than black.
It is he-said-she-said until we get a real Mayan descendant to confirm which is false.
Some of those blocks would be impossible to move with today's technology.
Clearly either the world was extremely advanced 10 to 40 thousand years ago
Just don't hang out with any of the Uber rich, or move to Israel. While everyman Jew isn't in on the whole Illuminati/NWO thing, some of their leadership is hiding there and it's gonna get messy when their tribulation starts.
Once again it will be he said she said non-sense until we have a REAL MAYAN DESCENDANT correct us both on the matter.
Your not a Mayan, you didn't live in their times so you can do is speculate.
Maybe you're scared that someone will come along and do to your thread what you do to the threads of others?
Jenkins mentions Hunbatz Men and he is probably the first of the Maya that began to be affiliated with the 2012 phenomenon. Hunbatz Men came in contact with Argüelles in 1985. Hunbatz is a Yucatec Maya and had no tzolkin tradition to rely on and he began to rely on Argüelles own invented day-count system that had no relation to the true tzolkin. The next important infiltration of New Age ideas into the Maya area came with Ian Lungold’s visit to Don Alejandro Cirilo Perez Oxlaj in the fall of 1998. Lungold brought along Jenkins’s book Maya Cosmogenesis 2012 and had portions of it translated to Don Alejandro. Apparently he was intrigued by Jenkins’s ideas and in January 2000 these ideas appeared in Don Alejandro’s own “prophecies”.