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So we went to the Mayan ruins and learned that the world isn’t actually ending on December 21, 2012. That’s when a Mayan cycle ends, and a new one begins there after. It happens every 400 years. This was from a descendant of the Mayan culture, so I’m pretty sure it’s legit.

Also the temple was really awesome, we couldn’t climb it cause it’s been closed to the public for about 7 years. People kept writing graffiti on the walls and ruining the architecture. It was still super cool to see!

Posted on 25 August 2012, at 1.16pm, with 23 notes
  1. ravenclaws-wit reblogged this from kristinmargaret and added:
    Thank you! I keep trying to explain to people, it’s like panicing when you get to december every year. Just because your...
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    I got to see Mayan ruins when I was 18 and it was awesome. we couldn’t climb them either because they were falling...
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  8. renevannes reblogged this from hijikatamamoru and added:
    Thank you! I keep telling people that… also I’m glad you enjoyed it. I hope to go one day. You don’t know me.
  9. cathercha said: whoahh that’s cool!
  10. thepersonstillknownasmo said: Oohh…cool! And re the Mayan calander - yes, that’s very true. The media and culture we live in has a thing for sensationalizing everything.
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