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The theories about the end of the world on December 21, 2012 have grown exponentially in the past couple decades, turning the concepts of the year 2012 into a clouded and confusing negative phenomena.
December 21, 2012: the end date of the sophisticated Long Count Calendar created by the ancient Maya in Central America.
In the late 19th century, Ernst Forstemann works out the many cycles of the Maya calendar.
On Dec. 21, 2012, many doomsday believers fear the apocalypse — anything from a rogue planet smashing into us to our world spinning end over end.
Unlike other great civilisations such as the Romans and the Ancient Egyptians, the Mayan empire did not arise from the banks of a mighty river. Much of the Mayan world is in fact devoid of even the smallest river or lake.
For over a thousand years, the Maya built a civilization in the jungle — creating pyramids, sculptures and paintings. Then around 800 A.D., they practically vanished.
Only 52 weeks and a day are left before Dec. 21, 2012, when some believe the Maya predicted the end of the world.
Unlike other great civilisations such as the Romans and the Ancient Egyptians, the Mayan empire did not arise from the banks of a mighty river.
Secrets of the Maya Underworld Part 1