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Mayans didn't account for leap year?

 
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Mayans didn't account for leap year?
Just wondering what your thoughts are on this...
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Re: Mayans didn't account for leap year?
Leap year only exists in geogian calender that we follow now.
The mayan calender followed a completely different system and hence either it did not require leap year change or it already accounted for it in some other way
Just my two cents
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Re: Mayans didn't account for leap year?
my thoghts are they were a crap race of dolts

insted of like working on gunpowder and maybe their crappy immune system, they looked at stars and cut out people's hearts

liars, and thank god they are dead

thier calender that idiots gawlk about looks like crap and is abojut as accurate (after the fact - lol) as a cracker jacks toy watch
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Re: Mayans didn't account for leap year?
This is a hoax. Archeologists used the calendar we use now to calculate Dec 21, 2012 as the end date for the Mayan calendar. Yes, they did factor in leap years. The are not retarded.
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Re: Mayans didn't account for leap year?
Im quite sure leap year is just another tool of the luciferians attemp to alter true and real time so we wont know what time it really is.The popes and all seek to hide what day and time we realy are in,so thats why the Olmacs who basically taught the mayas until they started interacting with the reptilians and started sacrificing people.so the Olmacs built ships and sailed them away from them.But the point is they seek to change and alter time..
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Re: Mayans didn't account for leap year?
This is a hoax. Archeologists used the calendar we use now to calculate Dec 21, 2012 as the end date for the Mayan calendar. Yes, they did factor in leap years. The are not retarded.
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Evidence?

The Mayans used 3 different kinds of calendars, and AFAIK none of them used leap years.

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Re: Mayans didn't account for leap year?
Why would they account for an error in the Gregorian calender?

Leap is year the direct result of a failed time-keeping system -- a patch.
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Re: Mayans didn't account for leap year?
This is a hoax. Archeologists used the calendar we use now to calculate Dec 21, 2012 as the end date for the Mayan calendar. Yes, they did factor in leap years. The are not retarded.
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We have changed calendars at least twice, people have added days, removed days, added leap years, all kinds of craziness. The chances of them being spot on with the date are slim, in my opinion. Some think the date was actually October 28, 2011. So there you go.

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Re: Mayans didn't account for leap year?
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Re: Mayans didn't account for leap year?
I think it's just a stupid thing sheeple say. lol I've heard it so many times I don't even care to correct them anymore.

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Re: Mayans didn't account for leap year?
Not only did they count the leap years, they also accounted for our earth's procession. We are in for a wild ride. Start getting yourself in check.

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Re: Mayans didn't account for leap year?
December 21 is a false flag. Beware of false timelines but do not ignore what is being said. And for your own sake look at the world around you. The changes are undeniable
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Re: Mayans didn't account for leap year?
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OMG THE LEAP YEAR THING.. regardless of your opinion on what will or will not happen on 12/21/2012, the leap year thing is simply a matter of logic. Just think about it for a minute. Do you actually think that the date "December 21, 2012" is inscribed on the tablet? It's converted to our date system just like anything else found that has a date... regardless of whether the date is in the past or the future.
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Re: Mayans didn't account for leap year?
Not only did they count the leap years, they also accounted for our earth's procession. We are in for a wild ride. Start getting yourself in check.

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Precession*
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Re: Mayans didn't account for leap year?
The Mayan calendar is far more accurate than our stupid calendar. It is we that did not account.
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Re: Mayans didn't account for leap year?
Mayan calender year was 365.2420 days long and the calender we use today uses 365.2425. the actual year is 365.2422 based on astrology. I would say they were pretty accurate and accounted for the leap year just in a different way than just adding a day every four years.
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Re: Mayans didn't account for leap year?
This is a hoax. Archeologists used the calendar we use now to calculate Dec 21, 2012 as the end date for the Mayan calendar. Yes, they did factor in leap years. The are not retarded.
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Evidence?

The Mayans used 3 different kinds of calendars, and AFAIK none of them used leap years.

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I'm not talking about the Mayans ya dumb ass. The scientists who calculated the end date factored leap years into it. They didn't forget about them.
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Re: Mayans didn't account for leap year?
The Mayan calendar is far more accurate than our stupid calendar. It is we that did not account.
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LOL indeed!

The only thing with more 'patch work' than the Gregorian Calendar is a Windows Operating System!!

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Re: Mayans didn't account for leap year?
mayans use the solar system wich is never wrong. but they actually say very little about 2012 in there writings. mostly just modern day crap. the mayans hardly even cared about 2012. if they did they would have wrote more info about it dont you think?

nothing will happen dec 21 2012. unless its man made or a huge hoax
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Re: Mayans didn't account for leap year?
Dunno only my A for a large part of society.
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Re: Mayans didn't account for leap year?
Debate all you want about what year or day you really think it is according to the Mayan calendar. Some have even argued that we may be off by up to 7 - 9 years from "translation" of the Mayan calendar, to the Gregorian. This has ABSOLUTELY NO RELEVANCE!!!

The Mayan calendar keeps a record of Venus transits, and solar eclipses. There was a solar eclipse (annular) this year on May 20, there was a Venus transit on June 6, and there was a total solar eclipse on November 13, just as the Mayan calendar says. It is accurate. That is the "failsafe." We can just look into the sky on certain dates to check to see if the Mayan calendar is accurate, which it is.

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Re: Mayans didn't account for leap year?
This is a hoax. Archeologists used the calendar we use now to calculate Dec 21, 2012 as the end date for the Mayan calendar. Yes, they did factor in leap years. The are not retarded.
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Re: Mayans didn't account for leap year?
Well whatever happens we will find out in about a month.
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Re: Mayans didn't account for leap year?
pondering that question displays both ignorance and stupidity .
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Re: Mayans didn't account for leap year?
The leap year was invented so that Ceaser had an extra day to party.



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Re: Mayans didn't account for leap year?
The leap year was invented so that Ceaser had an extra day to party.

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Re: Mayans didn't account for leap year?
mayans use the solar system wich is never wrong. but they actually say very little about 2012 in there writings. mostly just modern day crap. the mayans hardly even cared about 2012. if they did they would have wrote more info about it dont you think?

nothing will happen dec 21 2012. unless its man made or a huge hoax
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The Tortuguero Monument 6 says when the completion of 13 baktuns occurs on 4 ahau 3 kankin, December 21 2012, "it" will occur - "it" will be the descent of the Bolon Yokte K'uh

The last page of the Dresden Codex depicts a flood issuing from the mouth of a serpent-type creature...Kukulcan

The books of Chilam Balam, state the return of the Aztec God Quetzalcoatl/Mayan God Kukulcan, the Feathered Serpent in kantun 4 ahau

Bolon Yokte is the Mayan God of War/Judgement

"But when the law of the katun has run its course, the God will bring about a great deluge again which will be the end of the world" - Chilam Balam

Our 5th Sun began 5,106 years ago and will end on December 21 2012, the God of Judgement Bolo Yokte will bring about a great deluge with the Serpent God Kukulcan/Quezalcoatl. The final page of the Dresden Codex shows that

So place your "never" where you will...the Mayans did in FACT correlate the end of their Calendar with the end of the 5th Sun, and the end of our world.
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Re: Mayans didn't account for leap year?
Its a galactic time chart , not a calender.

That most say shows the date DEC 21,2012 as the date of its complete line of completion.
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Re: Mayans didn't account for leap year?
Firstly, the Maya didn't have a leap year for the reason that they were not attempting to keep exactly in step with the solar year. This has been well known ever since their calendars were first researched more than a century ago.

Secondly, the December 2012 date depends on the Long Count which is a count of days and is a different calendar from the approximately seasonal Haab.

Thirdly, it doesn't really matter whether any calendar is 'right' or 'wrong' or has been modified. What's important is that we know how it works and know the rules for arriving at a particular date.

At this point, it should be explained how the date of 21st December 2012 was deduced. The most widely accepted correlation between the Long Count and the Gregorian calendar is the Goodman-Martinez-Thompson (GMT) correlation which places the start of the Long Count as 11th August 3114 BCE in the Gregorian calendar.13

So we know when the Long Count began and how it counts forward. We know how the Gregorian calendar works and how many leap years it has. Thus we can count forward 13 baktuns of 144,000 days each, totalling 1,872,000 days, starting from 11th August 3114 BCE. Taking into account all leap years, we arrive at a date of 21st December 2012.
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Re: Mayans didn't account for leap year?
I had a thread on this and the leap year was debunked. Mayans didn't say December 21st they gave a set amount of years and according to our calender it happens to fall on December 21st.
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Re: Mayans didn't account for leap year?
This is why people fail at stem majors. they can't do simple unit conversion, or even understand the concept of unit conversion. American FAIL.

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