New Mayan calendar artifact uncovered in Guatemala

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    (Photo: by David Stuart) New Mayan Calendar Artifact Guatemala City
    In one of the most significant hieroglyphic discoveries, archaeologists in Guatemala, uncovered new artifacts referencing reference to the Mayan 2012 “end date.”

    The new artifacts discovered in Guatemala City, Guatemala are 1,300 years old and reference the December 21, 2012, Mayan prophecy end date.

    The Mayan calendar long count began in 3,114 BC and is divided into 394-year cycles. The 13th period (13 being a sacred number of Mayans) ends this December 21, 2012.

    Although the 2012 Mayan prophecy has a large following, most scientific experts believe the artifacts have been largely misunderstood.

    You can read more here… National Geographic, 2012: Six End-of-the-World Myths Debunked

    The Costa Rica News
    San Jose Costa Rica
    Category: Latin America News

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