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We just realized that the 2012 Mayan end of the world predictions stem from our hometown of Tabasco. A stone tablet was discovered in the 1960’s in Tabasco, Mexico which describes the return of a Mayan God and the end of our civilization as we know it! Dooms Day, according to the Mayan calendar is Dec. 21, 2012. We recommend you stock up on your Tabanero while you still can! What do you think? Read more of the fateful details below:
As we turn the page on 2011 and begin the New Year, you may notice a recent bombardment of articles and broadcast news stories about an ancient prediction for the end of the world. Historians have had evidence of an ancient Mayan hieroglyph engraved tablet from Tortuguero Site in Tabasco, Mexico that runs out on December 21, 2012. But now there is a second reference to the date found at a ruin site in southern Mexico that looks like a calendar. The Comalcalco Brick proposes the possible end of the world to be December 21st or 23rd of this year.
If you do some research, you will find that many historians believe that the apocalypse prediction is a misinterpretation by our modern western civilization. Through research, you’ll find that the Mayans were highly accomplished astronomers and mathematicians where their beliefs are still held in the highest regards. There are people that have dedicated their entire lives to seeking the truth behind this mystery. No matter what you believe, Mexican tourism is predicted to escalate exponentially because many people are interested in tracing this enigma to its roots and seeing the ancient Mayan ruins for themselves. Although Tabanero and these ancient Mayan mystical artifacts share the birthplace of Tabasco, Mexico, we want to make the most of 2012 and celebrate all year long.
You can start your own research by reading this article.