September 24, 2012 1:52
The Mayan civilization of Central America was dominated for almost 2000 years, but in the 9th century AD, the great Mayan cities were abandoned, and the Mayan people disappeared. What could happen with this advanced culture?
Maya may have left clues as to how they are superior to other cultures in science, math, storage time, and, most importantly, astronomy? In recent years, the characters have been deciphered to show that the Maya were able to accurately predict changes in the Earth's axis every 26,000 years.
Inscription on the sarcophagus of the most prominent ruler, King Pacal, talk about a trip to the Milky Way. And complex calendar foretells the end of the world in 2012. Most striking is their belief that knowledge was passed down to them in otherworldly beings that came down from heaven. Could the ancient Maya actually conspired with extraterrestrial visitors to plan for the future — or even the end of the world?