The Mayan civilization had their own way of measuring and seeing time. They expressed their visions and ideas of time on stone, mostly round (wheel) tablets. The Maya people thought of time in unique moments. Each day is unique and has it’s own specific characteristics. They had the same idea with chapters in large time dimensions. Like in an aeon, era or millenium. The Time Track Guild  There was a guild of Mayan time keepers or time trackers calculating the coming time, the future, and describe it on stone tablets. There’s a very interesting article about this subject: The Mayan Clock Was Broken By TheRead More →

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It was an exciting time. The days before old year’s eve 1999. It was the arrival of a new millenium and the notorious Year 2000 Bug. Some people started with serious preperations in case it would be the end of the world. All caused by a computer bug. The story in short: internal computer clocks were not programmed to handle the time shift from 1999 to 2000, as it was said in the mainstream media. This bug could affect all computers on earth and could trigger world wide chaos. More info: Wikipedia. The Y2K Bug.  There was the same sort of hype before the arrivalRead More →

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