reply to post by Cecilofs
Not true. There is no evidence that the Long Count end or repeats (i.e. entering a new era) on 188.8.131.52.0. The claim that it starts a marks the start
of a new age comes from one of two places. The first is the Popol Vuh
which was a collection of myths from the K'iche Maya. It describes the
creation of Man and the three creations that came before Man. However, there is no indication that there would be a fifth creation and even if it did
it comes from a time where the Long Count was no longer used and as such makes no reference to 184.108.40.206.0.
The second potential source is the Five Suns prophecy. This states that we are currently in the fourth incarnation of the Sun and a fifth incarnation
will occur at some point. However, this prophecy is Aztec in origin and on top of that the Aztecs did not use the Long Count.
Of course despite these facts the ascensions/New Age theories still rely on the claim that the Long Count ends/repeats after 220.127.116.11.0. So far no one
has been able to provide evidence that this claim is even true. In fact if you know why the Long Count was used it becomes absurd to believe that it