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video: 12/21/12 claims, researcher claims to decode mayan calendar.
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[quote:tmorjh 27554650:MV8yMDQzMzUwXzM0NDE2MDA1XzE2Njc2NzlE] what an iq you have member and super grat point thumbs up [quote:!saac:MV8yMDQzMzUwXzM0NDE0Mzg5XzdGNDdENzZD] I thought it was interesting that if you take the number of people in the book of Revelation supposedly " marked ", 144,000 and divide it by the " number of the beast ", 666, you get 216.2162162162162, which is 216 repeated 5 times, which equals the number of god/holy spirit, etc, 1080. But, If you take the number of chosen , 144000, and divide it by the number of god/Holy spirit, 1080, you get a number, 133.3333333333333, that multiplied by 5 gives you the number of the beast, 666.6666666666666 If you divide the number of the number of holy spirit, 1080, by the number of the beast, 666, you get a number 1.621621621621622, that if shortened to 1.6216216216 yields the ratio 222/360, which is what the golden ratio Phi is derived from. :goodevil: [/quote] [/quote]
ITEM: One possible reason to not worry at all about any of this:
Guatemala's Mayan people accused the government and tour groups on Wednesday of perpetuating the myth that their calendar foresees the imminent end of the world for monetary gain.
"We are speaking out against deceit, lies and twisting of the truth, and turning us into folklore-for-profit. They are not telling the truth about time cycles," charged Felipe Gomez, leader of the Maya alliance Oxlaljuj Ajpop.
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ITEM: video: researcher claims that mayan calendar is decoded, 11/5/12.
ITEM: Mayan elder explains that there is nothing to worry about.
Carl Calleman interviews Don Alejandro, a Mayan shaman about the much anticipated end of the Mayan calendar. 4 -minute video.
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