The Mayans living there say it isn't real--now Mexico's archaeology institute is checking out that December 21st doomsday prediction. They basically deny it, but they HAVE admitted that a SECOND reference to that date has been found on a carved stone fragment at a ruined Mayan site.
Earlier, most experts knew of only one surviving reference to the date in Mayan glyphs, on a stone tablet from the Tortuguero site in the Gulf coast state of Tabasco. The second apparent reference to the date has been found at the nearby Comalcalco ruins.
Both inscriptions--the Tortuguero tablet and the Comalcalco brick--were probably carved about 1,300 years ago.
The secrets of Mayan technology are hard to figure out (NOTE: Subscribers can still listen to this show). In the Huffington Post, Mark Stevenson quotes researcher David Stuart as saying, "Some have proposed it as another reference to 2012, but I remain rather unconvinced.
"There's no reason it couldn't be also a date in ancient times, describing some important historical event in the Classic period. In fact, the third glyph on the brick seems to read as the verb 'huli," (meaning) "he/she/it arrives."
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