This is the Maya glyph that mentions the end of the 13th baktun. It’s from the Tortuguero Maya site. It reads, “It will be completed in the 13th
baktun. It is 4 Ajaw 3 Kankin and it will happen a seeing[?]. It is the display of Bolon-Yokte in a great investiture.”
Tortuguero, Maya site
The Maya don’t mention an ending age with these periods. The ending age idea comes to us from Aztec legends.
The Aztecs believed that four worlds had existed before theirs and that each of these worlds had been destroyed in some way. In the first period,
the world was destroyed by a great flood and men were turned into fish. In the second, the world was destroyed by violent winds and men were turned
into monkeys. In the third, the world was almost destroyed by fire. And in the fourth, the world was almost eliminated by famine, or lack of food.
The Aztecs believed they were living in the fifth and last period, which they called the Era of Movement. They believed that their current world would
someday be destroyed by a giant earthquake.
However, this mention of Bolon-Yokte in the glyph shown above is very interesting. Stelae at the ancient Maya site called Palenque mention him as a
god of war, conflict and the underworld. His name also contains elements of the word nine, which is Ok-te. There are a number of ancient cultures that
believe the number nine is associated with the gods. One of those cultures is the Norse and they have a doomsday prophecy similar to the Aztecs. That
day is called Ragnarok
, which means “Fate of the gods”.
Numbers in Norse mythology
The Poetic Edda poem of Norse mythology describes a Mighty Weaver
Ragnarok. This Jotunn weaver told the leader of the gods, whose name was Odin, that he and his fellow gods would all be killed by their enemies, who
were in the form of dogs, serpents, wolves and a black flame wielding giant called Surtr
Who knows, the flame sword could be a Star Wars lightsaber? When the stars were in certain positions in the sky the Maya were known to go to war with
their enemies. They called these heavenly signs, star wars.
Lintel 2 of Tikal Temple 4 records a "star war" attack in 744 against Wak Kab'nal, which was probably the capital of the Naranjo kingdom since it
is referred to as the city of Naranjo's patron deity, the "Square-nosed Beastie";
Interestingly, George Lucas used the pyramid temples of Tikal for his Rebel base in his Star Wars- A New Hope film. Maybe the black flame wielding
giant is Darth Vader or Obama with a lightsaber?
This is an artist depiction of the Ice giant called Surtr. He appears to be holding a lightsaber. He is not black in this picture because Surtr can
mean "the swarthy one".
This is a terracotta urn discovered from the Maya site called Monte Alban. It has the appearance of Darth Vader.
This is Darth Vader from Star Wars.
This is the rebel base of the alliance, which is located on a moon orbiting the planet called Yavin 4. The flying object in the sky is the Millennium
Falcon. It’s a live action shot in Guatemala, Tikal for Star Wars IV.
The well discussed topic of Nibiru on ATS is probably associated with the Death Star in George Lucas’s Star Wars.
If you ask George Lucas about December 21, 2012 he will tell you he believes something is going to happen. I forgot where he is quoted on this matter
from another thread on ATS.
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