Mayan Calendar Prophecies takes a look at the science behind the Mayan calendar, prophecies and mythology. The Maya believed multiple cycles governed civilization. They created various calendars to track these cycles. Their short count calendar tracked a 256-year cycle believed to control epidemics, famines, warfare and more. Scientists have found a 250-year solar cycle that also appears to affect epidemics, famines, warfare and more. Their long count calendar tracked a 5000-year cycle related to natural disasters and cosmic catastrophes. Scientists have also discovered that the Earth is subjected to periodic bombardment by comets, asteroids, and other space debris that plunges the world into long periods of darkness and cold. Mayan mythology appears to record such events and in some instances even the exact dates on which these catastrophes occurred in the past. By comparing these dates with evidence from multiple scientific disciplines including ice core records, sedimentary records, and climate records, Mayan Calendar Prophecies unveils the truth about civilization's darkest days. And what may lie ahead in the future.
This book is well written, well researched and well received. Put on your thinking cap and grab your notepads and pens, because this read will take you on an ancient as well as futuristic journey as it applies the present information to our beautiful Earth and its cycles.
Over the past seven years, I have watched Gary Daniels grow into becoming an outstanding historical researcher. By keeping an open mind and thoroughly studying the available archives, he is making one discovery after another which are completely changing our understanding of the Southeastern United States, Caribbean Basin and Mesoamerica prior to the arrival of the Spanish Conquistadors. If you want to read a factual, but enlightened, book on the implications of the Maya calendar's end-of-cycle, read Gary Daniels book first.
Gary Daniels personal growth began when he created a website in graduate school, known as [...] It initially was a compilation of the available body of knowledge from archaeologists and historians. However, he began asking questions and doing his own research, while still maintaining academic standards. That is what sets his work apart!
The author's linking world mythology to science is a unique take on the subject. A substantial amount of interesting information in an easy to understand format. It will be interesting to see what 2036 has in store for us.
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