posted on Feb, 4 2012 @ 03:45 PM
The Mayan Calendar is just a calendar which for some unknown reason ends at the 13th Baktun/ Start of the 14th Baktun. it doesn't have any prophecy on
anything, not even the end of the world.
It is the assumption that since the calendar ends, so the world should end.
The calendar doesn't have anything mentioning Middle east. A Calendar is only about dates.
it is just that the Popul Vuh states that the world has been created and destroyed three times and the last creation ended at the end of a 13th Baktun
/start of the 14th baktun. if we assume all durations in an calendar to be same for all years,
1 Baktun = 126.96.36.199.0 (in mesoamerican long count) = 144,000 days = 394.3 modern years
Therefore, the duration between the 3 earlier creation and destruction of the world = 3 x 394.3 modern years = 1182.9 Modern years.
we know that our world is older than that.
Now, how can you disprove that? that would mean that the Mesoamerican long count is wrong. which means the 2012 end of the world prophecy is wrong.
Take your pick.
edit on 4/2/12 by coredrill because: added some more stuff
edit on 4/2/12 by coredrill because: correcting typos