Science news: Mayan excavation uncovers new calendar that debunks 2012 myth

Recent findings at a Mayan excavation in Xultun, Guatemala reveal new evidence of astronomical calendars that refute the popular idea that the Mayans predicted the end of the world in 2012.

The report, Ancient Maya Astronomical Tables from Xultun, Guatemala was recently published in the May 2012 issue of Science by a team of researchers from the Archaeology Department of Boston University, the Department of Art and Art History, University of Texas at Austin and the Department of Physics and Astronomy at Colgate.

In 2005, Dr. William Saturno, then at the University of New Hampshire, discovered the oldest-known Mayan murals at a site at Xultun. In 2010, one of Dr Saturno's students discovered a vegetation-covered structure that has now been excavated using grants from the National Geographic Society.

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2012 is not the end of mankind's existence and the Mayans knew that to. However their calendar is very astrological in nature and I believe it protects astrological events and they knew that we are approaching the end galactic procession. And that is all their calendars predicting. Now if there is some energy force the earth is going to go through at the end of the galactic procession and perhaps that'll raise our frequencies up to a higher level or cause the earth to go through some catastrophic event. That remains to be seen... For now I just live life one day at a time trying to better myself and hopefully the world along with me.


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Whoever decided that the Mayan calendar was the end of the world was an idiot! Sorry, a scientist, lol!

I don't believe for a second that the Mayans thought the world would end in 2012. It's the end of the calendar, not the world. The world as we know it, maybe, and i hope so, but not the end of mankind in the least.