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long it has been suspected that the solution to the great enigmas
of the human existence will come from the Maya, the most advanced
of the ancient civilizations of Native America. So far Mayan culture
has had little impact on modern thought. The Mayan Calendar however
provides evidence that the calendar of the Maya is the missing piece
of the puzzle for science and spirituality to meet and for the worldview
of modern man to become whole.
Solving the Greatest Mystery of Our Time: The Mayan Calendar explains
in a larger perspective the true meaning of the calendrical system
of the Maya. This is however not a book meant primarily for us to
understand the Maya, but for us to understand our own place in the
cosmos through the eyes of their calendar. The Mayan Calendar is
the most important tool for our understanding of what it means to
be a human being. This book reflects one of the greatest changes
in human thinking ever to have taken place, one that unifies Western
and Eastern thinking. The Mayan Calendar provides a common perspective
on the emergence of all human religions and schools of thought.
As the true meaning of the calendar is solved it becomes clear that
we are living in a creation that evolves according to a pre-set
schedule provided by The Mayan Calendar, aiming at a completion
on October 28, 2011. The basis for a prophetic science is now returning.
What makes this book unique - and immensely powerful! - is that
it is not based on pseudo-science or esoteric schemes, but on the
established factual basis of modern science. It presents a perspective
that not only unifies all the modern branches of science, but unifies
science with religion as well. It scientifically proves the existence
of a cosmic plan in whose evolution we are all taking part, and
also of God her/himself. The message of The Mayan Calendar is crucial
to everyone alive: human life has a higher purpose and we may all
live so as to fulfil this.
Johan Calleman, Ph.D.
is an accomplished Swedish medical scientist who has devoted the
past 15 years to research and international lecturing about
the Mayan calendar.
He was one of the main speakers at the conference about the Mayan
calendar organized by the Mexican Chapter of the Indigenous Council
of the Americas during the Spring Equinox of 1998 and has appeared
on Swedish, Finnish, and Mexican television.
He has previously published calendars and a book Mayahypotesen,
in Swedish. His web address is: