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video: 12/21/12 claims, researcher claims to decode mayan calendar.

 
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^^^ yep I agree. May as well just get on with life and prepare as best as you can.
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I think this guy is onto something
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I would say it is somewhat co-incidental, the mayans used a base 20 number system, not a 10 base system like we do. [link to en.wikipedia.org]
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My take on it is this...

You are right, however, which ever number system you use, a repeating pattern is still a repeating pattern. Its just like everything in the universe.... numbers and mathmatic properties are the basis for everything. So no matter what... there is something significant about his find. I have no idea what... because even our own calander has repetitive properties... but we were too stupid/lazy to keep from having to have a leap year. It won't be long before we find out though...
Fool me once, shame on you.....fool me twice shame on me.
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I would say it is somewhat co-incidental, the mayans used a base 20 number system, not a 10 base system like we do. [link to en.wikipedia.org]
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My take on it is this...

You are right, however, which ever number system you use, a repeating pattern is still a repeating pattern. Its just like everything in the universe.... numbers and mathmatic properties are the basis for everything. So no matter what... there is something significant about his find. I have no idea what... because even our own calander has repetitive properties... but we were too stupid/lazy to keep from having to have a leap year. It won't be long before we find out though...
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of course numbers repeat when you arbitrarily pluck out intervals of a thousand. check this out:

2 + 2 = 4

2(1000) + 2(1000) = 4000

it's like there's some kind of PATTERN involved in the concept of a NUMERICAL SYSTEM. What a find!
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Re: video: 12/21/12 claims, researcher claims to decode mayan calendar.
Published on Nov 6, 2012 by flippingmonk

Ac Tah, of the Mayan people, gave a talk in Santa Monica last month. In this exert he speaks about what is happening around December 21st 2012 and it's significance to the world. His heritage is authentic. Check out his website for lots more information and to see the work Ac Tah and a lot of other dedicated people are doing.... www.actah2012.com



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This guy must also wrestle in the Mexican WWE. Sweet outfit.

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I edited the initial post, added two items from further down in the thread. many experts say that there is nothing at all to worry about. :-) thanks.

hf

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1/3/69 is my date of birth. Always thought these numbers had some special meaning.
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hmm
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one possible view on this.



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video: researcher claims that mayan calendar is decoded, 11/5/12.
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The centre of the stone actually represents Tlaltecuhtli, the Mexica sea or earth monster who features in Mexica creation myths.


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This is the first thing I thought of when I saw the thread yesterday about the face on the Mexican sea floor. Anyone else think these two look similar?

Thread: Strange Face Appears On The Gulf of Mexico Sea Floor
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