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True mayan new beginning was always 21 12 2013 not 2012

 
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Both Stuart and another noted Mayan scholar, Carl Callaway of La Trobe University in Melborne, Australia, admit that December 21, 2013, marks a special occasion in the ancient Mayan calendar. They hold that December 21, 2012, marks the end of the 13th Bak'tun period. The close of each Bak'tun period occurs approximately once every 5125 years. The last time a Bak'tun period ended was at the beginning of the current Maya era in August 11, 3114 B.C. making December 21, 2013, the dawn of a new period."

[link to www.theguardian.com]

Its been discussed in many threads already over the internet, the year 0 is not counted, but also the correct new dawn is not 16th december but 21th when the astronomical winter season starts. The fall season needs to decompose the last remnants of old fruit fully. Those who are evolutionally ripe and spiritually evolved know this already and will enter the new age on that date or the day after.

Those who are not evolutionally capable for the upcoming reality, will be cut off very shortly as was the case with the neanderthals in their last days. Look deep in your heart and see the end is near.

The old mayan prophecy is still very much alive!
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Yeah and come the end of December you idiot tards will claim "Oh the correct date is December 2014".
So what else is new?bsflag
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yes dec 21, 2013
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HOLY SHIT, THANK YOU for bringing this to our attention.

I assure you it has NEVER been posted here before..

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Yes! And if you actually ask a Mayan, they are unaware of your BS~

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Yeah and come the end of December you idiot tards will claim "Oh the correct date is December 2014".
So what else is new?bsflag
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fascinating
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Both Stuart and another noted Mayan scholar, Carl Callaway of La Trobe University in Melborne, Australia, admit that December 21, 2013, marks a special occasion in the ancient Mayan calendar. They hold that December 21, 2012, marks the end of the 13th Bak'tun period. The close of each Bak'tun period occurs approximately once every 5125 years. The last time a Bak'tun period ended was at the beginning of the current Maya era in August 11, 3114 B.C. making December 21, 2013, the dawn of a new period."

[link to www.theguardian.com]

Its been discussed in many threads already over the internet, the year 0 is not counted, but also the correct new dawn is not 16th december but 21th when the astronomical winter season starts. The fall season needs to decompose the last remnants of old fruit fully. Those who are evolutionally ripe and spiritually evolved know this already and will enter the new age on that date or the day after.

Those who are not evolutionally capable for the upcoming reality, will be cut off very shortly as was the case with the neanderthals in their last days. Look deep in your heart and see the end is near.

The old mayan prophecy is still very much alive!
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You mayancalandertards will not give up will you? You cannot accept it was a massive fail. What date are you going to change it to after the new prediction fails?
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Yeah and come the end of December you idiot tards will claim "Oh the correct date is December 2014".

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Yes! And if you actually ask a Mayan, they are unaware of your BS
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Yes! And if you actually ask a Mayan, they are unaware of your BS~

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For the record, modern day mayans have no clue about the calendars. They are as far removed from that stuff as the Eskimos.

And the "scholars" trying to determine the end date of that calendar say anyone could be off as much as twenty years either way. Nobody knows for sure. Nobody. No matter how much fluff they offer you even the best in that field say the closest anyone can get to predicting the end of that calendar is +\- 20 years.
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For goodness sake.

I'm really looking forward to December 22nd. Then we'll never hear about the Mayan calendar again.
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For the record, modern day mayans have no clue about the calendars. They are as far removed from that stuff as the Eskimos. And the "scholars" trying to determine the end date of that calendar say anyone could be off as much as twenty years either way. Nobody knows for sure. Nobody. No matter how much fluff they offer you even the best in that field say the closest anyone can get to predicting the end of that calendar is +\- 20 years.
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So that means you don't know for sure, either, right? So your estimates about the date, your pronouncements about the date, your claims about the date, including if it's not the date, are completely, utterly, and totally unreliable. Because you don't know squat, and you just admitted it.

Unless, of course, you are saying that you are the ONLY one who knows the actual date, but for some reason you're not telling us. Is that what you're saying?

LOL!

(P.S. It's December 16, 2013).
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Yes! And if you actually ask a Mayan, they are unaware of your BS~

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For the record, modern day mayans have no clue about the calendars. They are as far removed from that stuff as the Eskimos.

And the "scholars" trying to determine the end date of that calendar say anyone could be off as much as twenty years either way. Nobody knows for sure. Nobody. No matter how much fluff they offer you even the best in that field say the closest anyone can get to predicting the end of that calendar is +\- 20 years.
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Actually in 2004 I was in Chitzen Itza had a Mayan Guide for whole time I was touring around. He was aware of it and said then it was Dec 21, 2013. He also showed us a place in the Mayan architecture where you could see numbers in english. I dont remember the numbers but I saw them. IF someone else can find em it might be interesting to see what happened that year.

It was on top corner of building near observatory there.
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16 Dec seems like a reasonable date!
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For goodness sake.

I'm really looking forward to December 22nd. Then we'll never hear about the Mayan calendar again.
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You must be new here. After this new prediction fails the mayancalandertards will just make a new date up.
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According to KeepingItReal, it happened back in 1988. :)

Thread: Mayan Calendar, April 12 1988
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I hope you enjoyed your christmas last year, this year it will be very, VERY different! burnit

Cant still believe the misinterpretation the people made last year, which was mostly because of world media telling the wrong day.
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I hope you enjoyed your christmas last year, this year it will be very, VERY different! burnit

Cant still believe the misinterpretation the people made last year, which was mostly because of world media telling the wrong day.
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Please look at my current update on my post!
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Yes, you have figured it out and were on the right track all along. Gongratz!

Dec 21st is the day. The people will laugh no more at mayan prophecies after that day has passed.
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12/21/2013.
You can't murder a calender!
But you can always revise one!
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Both Stuart and another noted Mayan scholar, Carl Callaway of La Trobe University in Melborne, Australia, admit that December 21, 2013, marks a special occasion in the ancient Mayan calendar. They hold that December 21, 2012, marks the end of the 13th Bak'tun period. The close of each Bak'tun period occurs approximately once every 5125 years. The last time a Bak'tun period ended was at the beginning of the current Maya era in August 11, 3114 B.C. making December 21, 2013, the dawn of a new period."

[link to www.theguardian.com]

Its been discussed in many threads already over the internet, the year 0 is not counted, but also the correct new dawn is not 16th december but 21th when the astronomical winter season starts. The fall season needs to decompose the last remnants of old fruit fully. Those who are evolutionally ripe and spiritually evolved know this already and will enter the new age on that date or the day after.

Those who are not evolutionally capable for the upcoming reality, will be cut off very shortly as was the case with the neanderthals in their last days. Look deep in your heart and see the end is near.

The old mayan prophecy is still very much alive!
5a
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The old mayan prophecy is still very dead and full of bullshit.
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what month is 21?
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Please, STOP, accept the fucking FAIL.
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Both Stuart and another noted Mayan scholar, Carl Callaway of La Trobe University in Melborne, Australia, admit that December 21, 2013, marks a special occasion in the ancient Mayan calendar. They hold that December 21, 2012, marks the end of the 13th Bak'tun period. The close of each Bak'tun period occurs approximately once every 5125 years. The last time a Bak'tun period ended was at the beginning of the current Maya era in August 11, 3114 B.C. making December 21, 2013, the dawn of a new period."

[link to www.theguardian.com]

Its been discussed in many threads already over the internet, the year 0 is not counted, but also the correct new dawn is not 16th december but 21th when the astronomical winter season starts. The fall season needs to decompose the last remnants of old fruit fully. Those who are evolutionally ripe and spiritually evolved know this already and will enter the new age on that date or the day after.

Those who are not evolutionally capable for the upcoming reality, will be cut off very shortly as was the case with the neanderthals in their last days. Look deep in your heart and see the end is near.

The old mayan prophecy is still very much alive!
5a
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Any doom yet lol?
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Please, STOP, accept the fucking FAIL.
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Both Stuart and another noted Mayan scholar, Carl Callaway of La Trobe University in Melborne, Australia, admit that December 21, 2013, marks a special occasion in the ancient Mayan calendar. They hold that December 21, 2012, marks the end of the 13th Bak'tun period. The close of each Bak'tun period occurs approximately once every 5125 years. The last time a Bak'tun period ended was at the beginning of the current Maya era in August 11, 3114 B.C. making December 21, 2013, the dawn of a new period."

[link to www.theguardian.com]

Its been discussed in many threads already over the internet, the year 0 is not counted, but also the correct new dawn is not 16th december but 21th when the astronomical winter season starts. The fall season needs to decompose the last remnants of old fruit fully. Those who are evolutionally ripe and spiritually evolved know this already and will enter the new age on that date or the day after.

Those who are not evolutionally capable for the upcoming reality, will be cut off very shortly as was the case with the neanderthals in their last days. Look deep in your heart and see the end is near.

The old mayan prophecy is still very much alive!
5a
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The old mayan prophecy is still very much dead.

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