Mayan Calendar 2012 Transformation and Ruins in Tikal, Guatemala

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On one of the Markzware Adventures, we visited the impressive Mayan ruins in Tikal, Guatemala. We found ourselves synchronized with our well-spoken guide for the day, who provided very interesting information about the Mayan calendar and more.

Danilo Rodriguez is quick to add his ceremonial title of the Black Jaguar, a Mayan expert who has worked on this site for over twenty years. He seemed to know everyone there and is an expert in jade (had his own shop for years) and the use of jade in the ancient culture and ceremonies.

In this video, Danilo takes us around Tikal, showing us the pyramids and explaining the basic history. Then, he slides deeper into the meaning of life, the Mayan calendar and the significance of 2012 (December 21-23, 2012) as the end of the Mayan calendar cycle. (As we learn, this is the end of the 25,800-year large cycle.) He talks about a chapter he wrote in a book by Robert Roskind, who is organizing a concert to make people aware and who wrote about the 2012 transformation from the love of power to the power of love (2012: THE TRANSFORMATION). He also discusses a Belgian’s work called, “The World Cataclysm in 2012” by the arithmetician Patrick Geryl:

Markzware Adventures in the Mayan ruins in Tikal, Guatemala

Markzware Adventures: Markzware learns more about the Mayan calendar and 2012 transformation

The end of this active calendar is not necessarily the end – it is a change, transformation or switch, as Danilo tells us. (From darkness to light, from evil to good.) It also just happens to be the so-called Age of Aquarius.

Matthew 24 and Mark 13 in the Holy Scriptures or Bible also have stark warnings and perhaps a correlation, although no one knows about that day or hour… In the meantime, more info and materials can be found at the 2012 Book Portal.

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Mayan Calendar 2012 Transformation and Ruins in Tikal, Guatemala

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