The End of Mankind

The Mayan Calendar is the oldest scientific system in the world. It was created exactly 5,134 years ago in Central America. This was precisely at that time when human civilization arose all over the world almost simultaneously with the beginning of scripture and the first written laws.

The Mayan Calendar is a spatio-temporal analysis of the origin of the Universe, the Milky Way, the Solar System, the Earth, its living beings, its animals, its humans and their history in its regions and nations. This analysis has a beginning and an end, an up and a down, a left and a right. All physics, geography, biology and psychology follows from it. Every human philosophy, politics and economy is built on it.

It is thanks to the research of the Swedish scientist Carl Johan Calleman that the Mayan Calendar was comprehensively deciphered just in time before it ended. Calleman’s research was groundbreaking for a comprehensive understanding of its systematic approach (although Calleman had set the end date of the Mayan calendar 420 days before December 20, 2012).

The “Calleman Matrix” of the history of the universe down to the earth’s inhabitants can serve as the basis for uniting Einstein’s analog “relativity” with Planck’s digital “quantum physics”.

What does this “matrix” of the Mayan Calendar mean? It says that the universe (like most Mayan pyramids show) was created in 9 stages. Each stage is 20 times (5×4) longer than the next one and divided into 13 waves (7 days and 6 nights). The number 20 corresponds to the multiplication of the 5 elements of the east (fire, earth, metal, water, wood) by the 4 elements of the west (fire, earth, air, water). The number 13 results from the addition of the 7-day creation history of the monotheistic book religions up to the “Day of the Lord”.

The Pyramid of Chichin Itza

According to the Mayan Calendar, the universe was created in the Big Bang 16.4 billion years ago. [“And there was light.” (1.Mose 1:3)] This date can be calculated back from the date of December 20, 2012 in the Gregorian Calendar (AD). Therefore, unlike modern science, which calculates the Big Bang about 15 billion years ago, the Mayan calendar knows this date exactly to the “day”.

A short word about modern science: The first university in the world, the Karueein University in Fez, was founded in 859 AD, the first university in Europe, in Bologna, in 1088. Leonardo da Vinci was born in 1519 and the United States of America were founded in 1776. Then the Mayan calendar was already 4,890 years old …

What makes the Mayan calendar unique? The Maya have observed and analyzed every single day since the beginning of civilization. Therefore, like the Jews, they knew from the beginning the discrepancy between the solar year of the Christians (365.25 days) and the lunar year of the Muslims (13×28 days). They knew the seasons, the directions and the course of the stars. They have drawn their analysis from this millennium-long observation. The resulting Mayan calendar is a system of space and time applicable to every single place and day.

The result of the Mayan calendar can be summarized as follows:


The west pole of the earth is located at 77.5078° west longitude near Quito in Ecuador.

The east pole of the earth is located at 102.4922° east longitude near Singapore.

The equator between the western and eastern hemispheres runs exactly through the center of the Colosseum in Rome. The midpoint of the earth is therefore in Gabon in Africa.


December 20, 2012 AD was the climax of the universe. Up to this point the universe had expanded (analogue), since that day it has been imposing (digitally). Shortly before, the so-called “God’s particle”, the Higgs boson, was discovered at CERN in Geneva. It forms the basis of all physics because it answers the all-important question: “Why does matter have mass?”

British physicist Peter Higgs formulated the theoretical basis for this answer in the 1960s. The practical proof was given on July 4, 2012, when 2 photons collided with each other at speed of light each(!) in CERN’s Large Hadron Collider in Geneva. The attempt was daring. If Mr. Higgs had been wrong, we would no longer be on earth today.

Shortly afterwards, on July 26, 2012, the President of the European Central Bank, the Roman Mario Draghi, gave perhaps the most decisive speech in world history in London in which he said: “Within our mandate, the ECB is ready to do whatever it takes to preserve the euro. And believe me, it will be enough.”

If Mario Draghi had not delivered this speech, we would no longer be in the world today either. Europe would have triggered World War III.

In contrast, the unbelievable happened: The interest on money became negative in the long term. The most important invention of mankind, as old as human civilization itself, was suddenly no longer worth anything.

The Maya had foreseen this culmination of physics and metaphysics, the culmination of the universe. They hadn’t dared to think beyond. They had left the decision up to us. And we succeeded. We owe our surviving as human race to exactly two people:

Mr. Barack Hussein Obama, born on August 4th, 1961 AD in Honolulu, Juris Doctor at the Harvard Law School in Cambridge, MA, USA.


Ms. Angela Dorothea Merkel, born on July 17th, 1954 AD in Hamburg, Doctor of Natural Science in Quantum Chemistry at the Academy of Science in Berlin, Germany.

Thanks, Mister President,

Danke, Frau Bundeskanzlerin!

From now on it’s going downhill.

The spacial structure of the Universe

The temporal structure of the Universe

For Yuval Noah Harari

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