Furrowing unquantifiable lagged Ineta accidentally wandered into the American Forum and came across an interesting version, but as they say time will tell.
Comet Elenin (Elenin) will approach the Earth in late October 2011. Many researchers say that the Mayan calendar calendar May 28 October 2011!
According to researchers, Ian Xel Lungold and Dr. Carl Johan Callerman, the true Mayan end date is not Dec.21st, 2012, but Oct.28, 2011. This is different to 13 months and three weeks earlier than the generally accepted date. Why the difference? The researchers claim that the Dreamspell or 13 lunar months calendar on which Arguelles and others based their calculations do not take into account the quarterly leap day (Feb.29) introduced into the Gregorian calendar by Pope Gregory in 1582, whereas the true Mayan calendar does. This pushes the end date almost 14 months ahead of schedule to Dec.21st, 2012 (calculated with Aug.of 3115 BC).
Is October 28, 2011 — The end of the Mayan Calendar?
This video gives an idea about which little is known, that the Mayan calendar dates 16400000000 years and ends October 28, 2011
TPTB (what abriviatura do not know if that is connected with the government) want us to think about the fact that the last day of the calendar December 21, 2012, when in fact it ended in October 2011.
Translation from of Google