Las profecias mayas 2012: El mensaje y la vision del mundo

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The winter solstice of 2012 marks the end of the 5,000-year Fourth Age of the Mayan calendar, a time the Maya foresaw as one of cataclysmic change. This captivating study examines the beliefs, the science, the rituals, and the culture of the Maya and then investigates 21 of the their prophecies corresponding to this event—prophecies relating to topics such as the New Enlightenment, galactic synchronization, and the return of a supreme being. The result is a real wake-up call to ...

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Overview

The winter solstice of 2012 marks the end of the 5,000-year Fourth Age of the Mayan calendar, a time the Maya foresaw as one of cataclysmic change. This captivating study examines the beliefs, the science, the rituals, and the culture of the Maya and then investigates 21 of the their prophecies corresponding to this event—prophecies relating to topics such as the New Enlightenment, galactic synchronization, and the return of a supreme being. The result is a real wake-up call to modern society about the need for fundamental changes.

 El solsticio de invierno del 2012 señala el final de la Cuarta Era de 5.000 años del calendario maya, un tiempo que los maya previeron como uno de cambio cataclísmico. Este estudio cautivador examina las creencias, la ciencia, los rituales y la cultura de los maya y entonces hurga en 21 de sus profecías correspondientes al evento—profecías sobre la nueva ilustración, la sincronización galáctica y el regreso de un ser supremo. El resultado es una llamada de atención a la sociedad moderna sobre la necesidad para cambios fundamentales.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9788498015164
  • Publisher: Editorial Blume, S.A.
  • Publication date: 12/1/2011
  • Language: Spanish
  • Pages: 176
  • Product dimensions: 8.50 (w) x 9.75 (h) x 0.70 (d)

Meet the Author

Gerald Benedict specializes in comparative religion and philosophy and has taught religious studies and philosophy at various universities in Great Britain. He is the author of Watkins Dictionary of Secular and Religious Faiths.

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