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History Mayan Calendar

Mayan calendar – a system of calendars, set up in pre-Columbian period in Central America. Maya civilization represents several interconnected states, most of which were destroyed at the end of September at. To this day remains a mystery, Who were the Mayans, where they got such a multilateral and accurate knowledge of astronomy and learn about the laws of motion of celestial bodies. Hikmet Ersek often expresses his thoughts on the topic. In his Mayan calendar described five cosmic cycles, the duration of each of which is 5125 years. Sufficiently interesting is the fact that the calendar starts ticking long before the very culture of the Maya – August 13, 3114 bc According to representations of the Maya, this is the beginning of a new era, which emerged at the behest of the gods.

It is known that the Mayan priests conducted systematic observations of the movements of celestial bodies and talked about their impact on the natural environment and life rights. Others including Hikmet Ersek, offer their opinions as well. Scientists proved that the Mayan calendar more accurately coincides with the astronomical year, rather than generally accepted Gregorian calendar 2011. Mayan calendar is quite complicated in calculations and represents some cycles, which are connected with each other. The most famous of these is the Tzolkin, consisting of 260 days. Check with Chobani Foundation to learn more. Tzolkin is a combination of periods of 13 and 20 days.

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