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Mayan Calendar Prophecies: Predictions for 2012-2052: What the Mayan civilization's history and mythology can tell us about our future. Paperback – October 17, 2012
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About the Author
Gary C. Daniels is a writer, explorer, and filmmaker. He holds degrees from three universities. He has explored ancient ruins in eight different countries on three continents. From the jungle temple ruins of Angkor Wat in Cambodia to the massive pyramid complex of Teotihuacan in Mexico he has climbed, crouched, and crawled his way around some of the most impressive ancient ruins on Earth. His films and television series have received numerous awards including a regional Emmy nomination. He will appear in a History Channel special on December 21, 2012 discussing his research.
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Gary Daniels personal growth began when he created a website in graduate school, known as [...] It initially was a compilation of the available body of knowledge from archaeologists and historians. However, he began asking questions and doing his own research, while still maintaining academic standards. That is what sets his work apart!
The author discusses the Mayan calendar and places the most recent cycle in context with world history.