November 25, 2011 by staff 

2ND MAYAN 2012 IT ARRIVES, The Mexican National Institute of Anthropology and History have admitted that they have a second reference to the date 2012 as “end of the world” on a carved fragment found at an archaeological site in southern Mexico.
Salt Lake Tribune reports that archaeologists have long acknowledged that reference to date 2012 as “end of the world” is found on a stone tablet from the Tortuguero site in the Gulf coast state of Tabasco. But on Thursday, the Mexican National Institute of Anthropology and History announced that there is what appears another reference to the same date in an inscription on a brick found at the Camalcalco ruin. According to a spokesman for the institute Arturo Mendez, the inscription had been known for years and has been carefully studied by experts. Some experts, however, dispute that the “Comalcalco Brick” inscription really makes reference to dates (December 21, 2012 or December 23, 2012) that some have said is the end of the world.
The “Comalcalco Brick” inscription, like the previous Tortuguero inscription, is difficult to interpret because it is cryptic. The Tortuguero inscription, for instance, makes prophetic reference to uncertain but possibly cataclysmic events to occur in 2012, in connection with the Mayan god of war and creation. The mystery of the message in the Tortuguero inscription is complicated by an illegible ending, though some have claimed the eroded text reads “He will descend from the sky.”
Salt Lake Tribune reports that the face of the “Comalcalco Brick” which carries the “prophetic message” appears to have been covered with stucco and laid facing inward. This is taken to imply the message on the brick is a sacred message not meant for profane eyes. However, a specialist in Mayan inscriptions at the University of Texas, Austin, David Stuart, said, “[though] some have proposed it as another reference to 2012…I remain rather unconvinced.”

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