As soon as the alarm about the Mayan predictions about the end of the world in 2012 has subsided a bit, as there was a new reason for concern. Employees of the National Institute of Anthropology and History of Mexico admitted that there is a second ancient inscription on the upcoming apocalypse.
Up to now, like Daily Mail, quoted glyphs with a stone slab found in the village of Tortuguero in the state of Tabasco. The second witness of the coming end found on the wall of the temple built of bricks near Comalcalco. Find now, but the artifact required long study before revealed some of their secrets. Some experts believe that it is — a new indication of the date of the end of the world — December 21, 2012. Scientist David Stewart of the University of Texas believes that the find does not allow such a direct and unambiguous interpretation. It is more of a cyclical calendar, which is designed for a 52-year cycle. However, Stewart admitted that the date of the end of one of the cycles coincides with the December 21, 2012.
Both inscriptions — Tortuguero and Comalcalco were carved 1,300 years ago under mysterious circumstances. Prophecy of Tortuguero describes the events with the participation of the god Bolon yokto. This deity drastic changes and drastic changes in the Maya people. According to one of the interpretations of the inscription reads: "He will descend from the sky."
Scientists Mexican Institute of History and Anthropology urged not to panic. They argue that the Maya understood the development of the world as a cyclical process. When one cycle ends, another begins. This has already happened many times, and no apocalypse did not come. In order to once again reassure the world community, the Institute gathers next week symposium. It will bring together 60 leading experts on the Mayan culture.