The Mayan calendars, could be today's modern system... I think there are too many stories of 'armageddons' and apocalypses ... our focus should be elsewhere,

*like forward, into our future generations....*

*" those, were the old stories "*

Here is the Mayan Long Count as traditionally translated

Kin = 1 .......... x 20

Uinal = 20 ........ x 18

Tun = 360 ......... x 20

Katun = 7200 ...... x 20

Baktun =

**144000**... x**13**'cycles'Great Cycle = 1872000 'days'

Let's take a real close look at just the

**Baktun**cycles now... in 'reverse order'...1872000 / 144000 = 13 cycles of 144000 'days', which could also be said as 400 Tun

1872000 / 14400 = 130 'could also be seen as, 40 Tun cycles'

1872000 /

and because 1440 is the same number as the amount of minutes in one modern day...

this could then also mean

I suggest there is also this one

**1440 = 1300**and this one, as 'days' could also be known as 4 Tun cyclesand because 1440 is the same number as the amount of minutes in one modern day...

this could then also mean

*........*1872000 as 'minutes' /**1300 'days' = 1440 'minutes'**per day...*... and remember, 1440 days are 4, Mayan Tun*I suggest there is also this one

**1872000 / 144 = 13000**

*some things, might be more than what we 'called them' then*

**1872000 = 144000 x 13 Baktun cycles**

144000 = 7200 x 20 Katun cycles

7200 = 360 x 20 Tun cycles

360 = 20 x 18 Uinal

20 = 20 x 1 Kin

1 = 1 Chi'Kin ...

*(I put these words together...makes senses doesn't it?)*

(Who's the turkey she wonders...)

*This means that later there will also be a comparison to light speed...*

**144**is so important a number, that there will be an entire post to 'what it is'... in several of it's form.

As a reminder, this is the 12th number of the

*Fibonacci*sequence, in addition to a few other things.

Most importantly, as hours,

*144 amount to 6 modern days.*

Take a moment to research a little of the Mayan Long Count calendar and see for yourself that these calendar numbers showing, are true and then Google minutes in a day and 1300 days and 130 days and see that these numbers are also true... and just think about it. Use your calculator if nothing else ;)

The Mayan calendar maths are made up of numbers 13, 18 and 20.

20 x 13 = 260 days in the

*Mayan Sacred Tzolkin calendar*20 x 18 = 360

*days in the Mayan 'Tun'**(Note: I link to mostly the Wiki because it's universally sound and reasonable without endorsing any particular scholars claim to work or appearing as though I have any comparison to any scholar's work)...*

*they're all probably 'right' to some degree... and my blog will be correct to the 33.55th degree ;)*

*Yes, that mysterious 33rd degree thing is also included up the way...*

I include the math of 20 x 20 which is 400 and I say this number was also important to the ancient Maya, the same as the Gregorian calendar today recognizes a 400 year cycle. These, I will compare later along the blog... for now, remember

TLC -- "The Long Count"

**four**, Mayan Tun, contain 1440 'days, which if multiplied by 1300 'cycles' = The Long Count**forty**Mayan Tun contain 14400 days, which if multiplied by 130 'cycles' = The Long Count**four hundred**, Mayan Tun contain 144000 days...*which is also called One, Mayan Baktun,**which if multiplied by 13 cycles,**as is traditionally translated**= The Mayan Long Count Calendar, December 21, 2012*

*And later, the coincidence of a 400 year Gregorian cycle....*TLC -- "The Long Count"

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