About Mayan Prophecies

Nobody knows about Mayan prophecies and whether the world will really end on the day or t will be a new beginning for the Aquirius. The only thing that we are sure about is the fact that December 21st will mark the end of the Mayan Calendar. The Mayas are an ancient civilization that lived in Mesoamerica’s about 2600 BC. The civilization had a complex way of keeping track of the time with the help of three calendars. Among the calendars that were in use was the `Long Count’ which is the most important and covers the period from the beginning to the end. The end of the calendar is December 21st, 2012. This is what the prophecies concerning the calendar have been referring as the end of the days.

There are two facts that are expected on the day. On the 21/12/2012, the sun is expected to move to a unique spot in the sky and remain in a unique place since it will be solstice day. The sun will be occupying a strategic position on the heavenly crossroads between the galactic equinox and the Milky Way thereby forming

The Maya predictions still remains the most credible since they were capable of predicting occasions more precisely.  The accuracy of their calendar had an accuracy of 1/1000 which was a more accurate prediction than what even the most intelligent Greek philosophers were capable of predicting. They knew exactly when the solar and lunar eclipse; and the precise position where the Milky Way and galactic equinox lay. The calendar predicted invasion by foreigners and coming of the world wars. With this prediction history in mind, you better take their prediction history serious.

Depending on how you think about Mayan prophecies, 12/12/2012 can mean destruction of the earth with some people saying that the world will end as a result of nuclear war or the judgment day promised in the Bible. On the other hand, the Mayas believed in cosmos hence the day might be the beginning of another life

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