Please Don’t Bother Buying Me A Xmas Present This Year!
Save Your Money?
According to the Mayans, Which I have more faith in than our current Government, the End Time is 12/21/2012.
Sorry Joey I won’t be getting you your “DRY” Socks this year. Maybe in the next life.
Tres Zapotes Stela – 31 BC
The Long Count, for which we do not know the Maya name, is commonly considered the Maya’s linear count of days. In truth it is yet another cycle, but its great length of at least 5126 years makes it essentially a linear count through all of Maya history. The earliest known Long Count date, carved in 31 BC, was found at the Olmec site of Tres Zapotes. The earliest known Maya long count was recorded in year 32 AD at the site of Chiapa de Corzo in the Highlands of Chiapas, Mexico. Like the Christian calendar, the long count has a start date: ours is January 1 of 0 AD, and theirs (by our reckoning) is August 11 of 3114 BC. But unlike ours, theirs also has an apparent end date, December 21 of 2012 AD.”