Ancient Mayan Civilization: Will the World Really End in 2012?
The Mexican government will soon be relinquishing highly sought after information about the Mayan calendar and ancient Mayan civilization. This information has been carefully safeguarded for 80 years and will be used to help shed light on the year 2012 and be included in the new documentary Revelations of the Mayans 2012 and Beyond.
The producer of the documentary, Raul Julia-Levy, will be given access to locations currently unknown to the public, one of which is Calakmul, a prominent Mayan archaeological site. At Calakmul, there are rooms that have never been unveiled or examined, and Julia- Levy has been given permission to film there to capture secrets unknown to the world.
The film itself will shed light on the question many of us are thinking, will the word really end in December 2010? What we will find from this documentary is a totally new perspective on ancient Mayan civilization and the world as we know it. “This is very important for humanity, not just Mexico,” said Julia-Levy. “This information has been protected for 80 years, and now it’s important for people to understand the series of events that are coming and the consequences for all of us.”
The film will be directed by Juan Carlos Rulfo and will begin shooting this year. It is set to arrive before December 21, 2012, the end of the Mayan calendar.