Animation is Getting Better than Live Action The best recent films about the Maya are both cartoons: The Road to El Dorado is an unlikely animated musical, featuring the vocal skills of Elton John, Kevin Kline, Kenneth Branagh, Rosie Perez, … Continue reading
Looking at ancient Maya glyphs, we find some evidence, but it ain’t much. Very few of the books and websites about the “Mayan Predictions of 2012” admit this. We archaeologists and decipherers have analyzed thousands of ancient inscriptions in Mayan. … Continue reading
Mat Saunders, creator of the excellent conference series “Maya at the Playa” in Palm Coast, Florida, is launching another archaeology-for-the-masses conference in North Carolina. The debut of this event comes a week from this writing, from 14-17 April 2011. The … Continue reading
Blurbs for my book and one inside page Breaking news, as of 6th March 2011: Finally, a television documentary to counter the Hysteria Channel’s constant refrain of Doom, Death, and Destruction about 2012! Respected filmmaker Graham Townsley (NOVA, National Geographic) … Continue reading
If professional astronomers like Carl Sagan are gods, the ranks of serious amateur astronomers are their genies or angels.
visit http://2012hoax.org .
“Xmas” offends some Christians, who see it as “taking Christ out of Christmas”, but in fact Xmas was the original spelling of the word.
The abbreviation “Xmas” predates the fully-spelled-out “Christmas” by over a thousand years.
Nostradamus follows a venerable tradition established by successful Soothsayers, Sibyls and Prophets thousands of years ago. This involves phrasing one’s prophecies ambiguously. … I prophesy that you will be right 8.333% of the time.Continue reading
First, the most specific: What did the Maya say to make us think that 2012 was the end of the world, or something?
More generally: Why are people attracted to Apocalyptic prognostications like this?