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Mexicans Investigating 2012

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...
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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...
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Should We Dread the Future?

2012 is here--will we have a future? According to ancient Mayan prophecies (NOTE: Subscribers can still listen to this...
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Mayan Calendar Room Reveals its Secrets

A vast city built by the ancient Maya and discovered nearly a century ago is finally starting to yield its secrets. Excavating for the first time in the sprawling complex of Xultún in Guatemala’s Petén region, a team of archaeologists has uncovered a structure that contains what appears to be a work space for the town’s...
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Did the Mayans Have Contact with ETs?

This may be the source of their extraordinarily accurate calendar. A new Mexican documentary titled "Revelations of the Mayans 2012 and Beyond" claims that the ancient Mayans ...
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Not All Mayans Think 2012 is The End

The Mayan people of Guatemala don't agree with the December 21st, 2012 prophecy, and there are more Mayan ruins there than in any other place in South America.

In the December 30th edition of the Guardian, Kevin Rushby writes, "The Mayans are a people...
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Mayans Ended up in Georgia

How did corn, beans and tobacco come to the Indians of the US? We used to think they came from Native Americans who brought them back from their trips across the border into Mexico. But if a recent archaeological find...
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More Evidence That 2012 is For Real

Mexico's archeologists don't put much credence in the ancient Mayan prediction that the world will end in December of 2012, but at a recent press conference they admitted that a second reference to that date has been found on a carved fragment at a southern Mexican Mayan site...
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How the Mayans Escaped

There are Mayan secrets that have not yet been revealed, and one of these may have been an escape route from a volcano in El Salvador. On an August evening 1,400 years ago the Loma Caldera...
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Mayan UFO Secrets to be Revealed?

Will Mayan secrets be revealed soon? Some of these may have to do with UFOs. The late Col. Wendelle Stevens (USAF, Ret.), who published many books about ET contact, reported some years ago that he had explored a "mountain" in the Ecuadorian jungle that was in...
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Mayan Secrets Will Be Revealed

The Mexican government is releasing state-held secrets that it's held for 80 years about the end of the Mayan calendar to filmmakers who are making a documentary about it.

In Reuters, Steve Pond quotes Mexican tourism minister Luis Augusto Garcia Rosado as saying, "The Mayans used to construct one pyramid over another. In the...
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What's the Truth about 2012?

Books, movies and the internet all tell us that the ancient Maya foresaw the end of the world on Dec. 21, 2012, when the sun will align with the center of the Milky Way galaxy and the globe will be rocked by earthquakes and other catastrophes. Is this true? Maybe the recent...
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Secret Tunnel Discovered Under Mayan Pyramid

Pyramids are still being discovered in Egypt and now an intricate tunnel system has been discovered under the Mayan Teotihuacan pyramid complex 28 miles from...
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Mayans Not Impressed by 2012 Predictions

UPDATE! - UPDATE: Whitley thinks he knows WHY the Mayans predicted the end of the world on Dec. 21, 2012 and he explained this at our recent Stargate conference. He'll also talk about it on Coast to Coast AM on November 12!

While the West is obsessed with the Mayan 2012 prophecies, it turns out that the remaining Mayans...

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Why Did They Walk Away?

Did it have something to do with 2012? - Ancient Mayan palaces have been discovered with their contents mysteriously intact, suggesting that the occupants simply walked away one day, leaving their possessions behind. They knew a lot, but they didn't know how to save themselves. Scientists now think that this ancient...

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Mayan Medicine

Was Mayan medicine as good as their calendars were? Researchers are looking at the plants shown in Mayan art so they can identify them and find out why that civilization thought of them as sacred.

Were they hallucinogens or something that we could use in our own pharmacies? Many so-called modern medicines have their origins in healing...

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What is 2012 REALLY all about?

As the years seem to race past faster and faster, more of us wonder every day if the 2012 prophecies mean anything. Now Belgian author Patrick Geryl has decoded the Mayan and Egyptian prophecies, and he lays it all out for us in this stunner of a show. Then Linda reports on that troubling collapse of the marine food chain off the Pacific...

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What Will 2012 Bring?

The Mayan calendar shows the world ending in 2012?could thisbe true?Will Hartinvestigated this personally, and has important answers forus.

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Space Archeology

There's something new in science: space archeology. Mike Toner writes in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution that archeologists' ability to use satellites to see ancient structures that aren't visible on the ground may explain why the Mayan civilization mysteriously collapsed.

NASA has focused its satellites on the Pet


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Newton Predicted World's End in 2060

Sir Isaac Newton predicted the world will end in 57 years, in 2060. The prediction is part of a handwritten document discovered in Jewish National Library in Jerusalem. However, we don't need to worry much about it, because although Newton was a scientist, he made this prediction on calculations based on the Bible, rather than from scientific...

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Mayan Temples Have Sound Effects

If you clap your hands in front of the 1,100-year-old Temple of Kukulcan, in the ancient Mayan city of Chichen Itza, the pyramid chirps a reply in the voice of the sacred quetzal bird. "Now I have heard echoes in my life, but this is really strange," says acoustical engineer David Lubman, who thinks the Mayans built their pyramids to create...

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