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Tourists Flock to Tortuguero Monument To Celebrate Mayan Era

Curiosity seekers and tourists are planning to perform pre-Columbian rituals at the Tortuguero Monument in southeastern Mexico, where the first inscription referring to Dec. 21, 2012, as the end of a Mayan era was found. continue reading »

NASA on the “Mayan Apocalypse”: Not Real, Not Going to Happen

Dec. 21, 2012, won't be the end of the world as we know, however, it will be another winter solstice. Contrary to some of the common beliefs out there, the claims behind the end of the world quickly unravel when pinned down to the 2012 timeline. continue reading »

Mexican Exhibition Explores the Link Between Mayan Culture and Time

A new Mayan exhibit at the Mexican capital's National Museum of Anthropology shows the influence of time on the rituals and daily life of that pre-Columbian civilization. continue reading »

Guatemala Sees Hotel Bookings Rise Ahead of Mayan “Apocalypse”

Hotels near the Mayan city of Tikal are headed for "a full sell-out" for the events planned on Dec. 21 to mark the start of a new era for humanity in the Maya cosmology, Guatemalan National Tourism Institute director Pedro Duchez said. continue reading »

Archaeologists Uncover an Additional Reference to End of Mayan Era

A stone found in Guatemala carved by the Mayas some 1,300 years ago states that the ancient civilization's 13th "baktun" period - each of which lasts some 400 years - will end on Dec. 21, the second historical reference found regarding the ancient civilization's pending calendar change. continue reading »

Apocalypse is a Judeo-Christian Tradition, Mayans Foresaw the World Continuing for Millennia

The ancient Mayans not only did not predict the end of the world in December 2012, but they expected the world to continue for thousands of years, Mexican epigraphist Erik Velasquez said. continue reading »

Maya Priest Says World is Suffering Due to 5,200 Mayan Calendar Cycle Ending

The first European Maya priest, Austrian-born Omrael Norbert Muigg, said that the "chaos" the world is suffering is a consequence of the fact that in December 2012 a cycle more than 5,200 years long - according to the Maya calendar - is ending and a new age in which humanity will experience important internal changes is in the offing. continue reading »

Apocalypse Tourists Flocking to Mayan Site in Honduras for 2012

While some Hondurans interpret the Mayan calendar countdown as presaging the end of the world in 2012, the city of Copan Ruinas in western Honduras is getting ready for a big celebration for the thousands of tourists expected to turn up as the count begins. continue reading »

German Experts Say Mayan 2012 ‘Not The End of The World’

Exports ‘La Trobe’ University say the Mayan predictions coded in the calendar’s glyph’s speak of the return of enigmatic god Bolon Yokte, not of apocalypse. continue reading »

“11.11.11” Cosmic Memory Day, Precursor to Mayan Apocalypse or Simply Veterans Day?

What exactly is the significance of 11.11.11? It is a Cosmic Memory Day as the Argentine's believe, a precursor to the Mayan apocalypse of 12.12.12 or simply Veteran's Day? continue reading »

Mexican Government To Release State Protected Mayan Secrets

There are more than 3 million websites on the internet dedicated to the upcoming end of the Mayan calendar in 2012 and therefore they will welcome the announcement just made… continue reading »

Bolivian Pastor Who Spoke of ‘The Rapture’ in 2009 & Hijacked Plane Because of It, Is Sentenced

In 2009 Rev. Josmar Flores desperately wanted to speak directly with Mexican President Felipe Calderon to warn him and the people of Mexico that a catastrophic earthquake would occur in 2012. continue reading »

Mayan Prophecy Predicted Massive Earthquake for Almost Same Time Japan’s Earthquake Occurred!

Apparently, the Mayans predicted the Earthquake in Japan and therefore many fatalists are asking, could 2012 be the real deal? continue reading »