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Mayans Protest Doomsday Claims

As December 21st comes closer, the Mayans of Guatemala are speaking out against what some are calling a government- and tour business-led effort to profit off a major misinterpretation of their traditions (NOTE: Subscribers can still listen to these shows).

In the Huffington Post, Jaweed Kaleem quotes Felipe Gomez as saying, "We are speaking out against deceit, lies and twisting of the truth, and turning us into folklore-for-profit. They are not telling the truth about time cycles." (NOTE: Subscribers can still listen to this show too!)

Kaleem quotes Gomez as saying that the Dec. 21 "doomsday" is actually the beginning of a new time cycle on the Mayan calendar and "means there will be big changes on the personal, family and community level, so that there is harmony and balance between mankind and nature."

Gomez and his fellow Mayan Guatemalans are especially disgusted by the "doomsday tour" packages that are being planned by the Guatemalan Culture Ministry to attract an estimated 90,000 people to Guatemala City in December.

Mesoamerican expert Paul Stuart agrees with the Mayans. Kaleen quotes him as saying, "The Maya never said anything about the end of the world or anything about a great change in the universe on that date. The calendar not only continues after that date, it goes 70 octillion years into the future." The current doomsday predictions are "all mostly coming out of New Age interpretations and mysticism about Mayan calendrics, which are not based on archeology, anthropology or scholarship."

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The Mayan Ac Tah says to do whatever brings you the greatest happiness, whether or not it is "Mayan." He teaches basic magnetic movements similar to those the Toltec don Juan Matus used. He invites all to the Yucatan, and the only charge will be for camping.

I have long been aware that mainstream Judeo-Christian culture misses the point of December 21, 2012. The Armageddon inculcated through underpinnings of Judeo-Christian culture simply does not exist in traditional Native America. Native Americans had no idea they needed to be "saved" until religious figures and missionaries arrived to redeem them for the Savior.

Armageddon has been cancelled for December 21, 2012. Anyone who really wants to continue with an Armageddon scenario is free to carry on as they wish after December 23.

Yep, it's Y2K all over again...I prefer to have a choice in my reality by how I live it.

Nothing new here other then a photo of the SUN WHEEL that might be of interest if one has not seen it before.

Sun Wheel

It should be known that the Mayan Calendar was found on a stone tablet that is called the Sun Wheel and is on display at the national museum in Mexico City. The reason this should be mentioned is that the Sun Wheel, which includes solar days
will, in December of 2012 coincide with the largest anticipated sun spot activity in the earths history.

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