Get ready for the Mayan Apocalypse

A (real) Mayan calendar

December 21st 2012, the end of the Mayan Calendar.

I’m getting excited about the run-up to this big date. An awful lot of nonsense is getting spouted about it, of course, but that’s all part of the fun.

I was reminded about the Mayan calendar when I came across this blog post today from Red Hunt Travel, a travel writer  who’s seen real Mayan ruins. Check out the post for a couple of great pictures and interesting info.

Over at 11points.com is a fun set of facts and speculation about the 2012 Mayan Calendar event.

Of course, there are whole websites devoted entirely to the event, such as 2012apocalypse.net  which mines a variety of texts in search of some kind of prediction of apocalypse.

www.2012endofdays.org covers some of the same ground, and has more adverts, but is well worth a look for the gorgeous travel photographs.

Someone who knows a lot about this subject is Canadian author Elaine Stirling who wrote a short story in verse about the Mayan Apocalypse, where you get to experience what it will really be like from the inside. I liked the story so much I published it as an eBook. If you are interested in the apocalypse then take a look at Elaine’s book. It’s called The Mexican Saga: a poetic journey through the 20-count, priced at a bargain 77p in the UK and 99cents everywhere else. Book blog, The Alternative had this to say about Elaine’s book: “Stirling has created an inspiring epic in less than fifty pages.” — The Alternative

About Tim C. Taylor

Tim C. Taylor writes science fiction and is the author of 19 published novels as of August 2020. His latest book is 'One Minute to Midnight', published by Seventh Seal Press. Find out more at humanlegion.com
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