First hour: Peymon and Steve interview a special surprise guest.
Second hour: Kevin interviews Bruce Scofield, expert on the Mayan calendar, author of the free e-book The Mayan Calendar Explained.
It may be 11/11/11 – a date perhaps of significance to the illuminati – but we still have one year, one month, and ten days till the end of the Mayan calendar:
It now appears that the Maya, or their predecessors, calculated in advance when the winter solstice point would pass through the dark band in the Milky Way, a place very important in their mythology and a place located on the plane of the galaxy. At least 2,000 years ago they calculated this date to be December 21, 2012. With this as the end date, they then strung the Long Count backwards, arriving at its starting point in 3114 B.C. The so-called “end of the Mayan calendar” is both the terminal point of the current fifth part of the precessional cycle and the terminal point of the entire 25,695-year cycle itself.
Without telescopes and other precision instruments, how could the Maya have made such sophisticated calculations?!
Your guess is as good as Mayan.