There are nine distinct levels on the pyramids built by the ancient Mayans, and that number was also central to their remarkably complex calendar. According to one student of that calendar, its ninth wave is approaching completion, not in 2012, but later this year.
The Mayan calendar is unique in two regards, says calendar scholar Carl Calleman. It is not cyclical, nor is it derived from their astronomical observations, which he believes came later, after the calendar was already developed.
Unfortunately for the Mayan civilization, their prophetic calendar proved insufficient to help them defend their culture from a sweeping decline from which it has never recovered.
Carl Calleman will report on his studies and conclusions regarding the Ninth Wave of the Mayan calendar on Tuesday, June 14 at the Sebastopol Masonic Center, 7-10 pm.