The Mayan
Calendar
Controversy




In recent years, we have received many requests to search for information on the ending date of the Mayan calendar: December 21, 2012. At times, these requests have been fueled by the matrices in Michael Drosnin's first book, The Bible Code, which pair the year 2012 with terms about the earth being annihilated by a comet (pg. 155), and Hollywood jumped on the bandwagon with a big-budget, sci-fi disaster movie called 2012 starring John Cusack and directed by Roland Emmerich (November 2009). An example of Mayan ruins, this photo of the Xcaret Mayan ruins is from Wikipedia.org

Moshe Aharon Shak has researched the Mayan Calendar in the Torah Codes and has produced a YouTube video on his findings. Shak says, "The Torah codes agree that we are reaching a very significant time. What exactly will happen? Believers and non-believers will be surprised."

For additional information see our previous articles on this topic:

Also of note is a recent archaeological discovery in Guatemala of the oldest known Mayan calendar. This calendar may dispel the end of the year concerns, because it projects an additional 4,000 years beyond now. (LA Times, May 10, 2012)



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