AncientWorlds. Project Avalon - Klaus Dona: The Hidden History of the Human Race - StumbleUpon. Click here for the PDF version of this interview (20 pages) Click here for the video presentation March 2010 **Ed note: Some transcripts contain words or phrases that are inaudible or difficult to hear and are, therefore, designated in square brackets.** BILL RYAN (BR): This is Bill Ryan here from Project Camelot and Project Avalon.
Klaus is going to be doing an audio commentary on one of his extremely special, unusual, and fascinating slide shows about the artifacts and the various phenomena that he has been researching, discovering, investigating personally all over the world relating to what I think you could legitimately call The Hidden History of the Human Race.
KLAUS DONA (KD): That's a very good summary, yes. BR: [laughs] So I'm going to step back here, and what follows now, just kick back and enjoy this slide presentation. What are we looking at here ? Ancient World Maps Ecuador Even the next one, [right, above] you can see how this statue is sitting. Bolivia Colombia Giants BR: Good! Women in the Ancient world. The Ancient Web - The Ancient World's Great Civilizations. Internet Sacred Text Archive Home. Mayan Calendar Tools. - StumbleUpon.
Graphic Maya Calendar Converter. Operating instructions: Initially the applet gets the current date from your computer and converts it into the Maya calendar dates.
You can enter a new date and press the "Convert" button to convert any other date between 3000 B.C. and 4000 A.D. For B.C. dates enter a negative year number. E.g. November 26, 2360 B.C. would be entered as 26 November -2360. Or, you can increase or decrease the day by one by hitting the "Day + 1" or "Day - 1" buttons. Reading the Graphics: Typically Maya monuments arranged the dates somewhat as shown in the block diagram at the left. Maya used a base 20 numbering system. Following the Long Count one finds a number and a glyph which gives the Tzolkin Calendar date. The Maya Calendar Parts: Mayan Calendar Converter The Long Count keeps track of the days which have passed since a starting date in the Gregorian Calendar of September 6, 3114 B.C. The Long Count is displayed in the graphic and its decomposition is to the write of the graphic above. Footnotes: 1.