Mayan Apocalypse Not So Daunting

Posted on February 1, 2012 by


Twenty-one December 2011 is the infamous date most people know as the last day of the Mayan calendar and consider to be the supposed apocalypse.

However, according to recent studies and discoveries, the date appears to have taken on some new, far less sinister meanings.

According to recent research done on the Mayan calendar, what nearly everyone believed the date meant or supposedly meant is wrong.

“Scholars have determined from references to earlier cycles that after 13 B’ak’tuns, the ‘zero date’ is reset, like a clock striking midnight, and the count begins again from a new ‘zero date’ as it has in the past,” John Mink said in his article about the date on

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