Maya calendars, one of the oldest known forms of astronomy, could be affected by the solar eclipse, according to a report from the Associated Press.
The AP reported that the Maya calendar “is alive and kicking” but that it could be altered by the eclipse.
“It’s an ancient system that predates the invention of the calendar,” a Maya historian told the AP.
“It was based on the idea that when you look at the sun, it represents your own personality.
When you look through a veil, it symbolises your identity.
So the eclipse will be an opportunity for people to look at what they are doing and think, what is this doing to me?”
Some Maya scholars have said that because the calendar has so many symbols, it could lead to confusion.”‘
The power of the eclipse’Maya calendars were the foundation of the Maya civilization and one of their primary methods of measuring time, according a study by Smithsonian researchers published last year.
The study concluded that Maya calendars were built on the principles of numerals and that the numbers could be “turned into a symbolic representation of the universe.””
If the solar system is turned into a symbol, then we have to use the eclipse as a symbol to tell us the time,” University of Pennsylvania astronomer William Tinsley told the Associated White House.”
There’s a lot of mythology associated with the Maya calendars.
In the ancient world, the sun was considered the divine messenger of the gods.
If the sun appeared to a man in the sky, it would bring good luck.
If it appeared to the moon, it was bad luck.
That’s the essence of the sun.
And the eclipse is the sun.
“A study in 2009 found that a number of Maya calendars showed signs of decay, with signs of the end of the world, earthquakes, volcanoes, the destruction of temples, and the death of priests.
It is not the first time that Maya calendar signs have been disrupted by an eclipse.
In 2003, the Maya calender was disrupted when a solar eclipse caused its signs to be distorted.”
What happened was the calender lost its precision and was unable to reflect the solar phenomena,” Maya historian and astrophysicist Ammar Elgaf told the Guardian in 2003.
The Associated Press said that the new eclipse will “give us the opportunity to look inside the Maya-derived calendar” and see how it has changed.
The solar eclipse is expected to happen on Friday (May 14) and Saturday (May 15).