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How Does the Mayan Calendar Work?

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Mayan calendarThe Mayan calendar has a long and deep history. But its premise is quite simple. Maybe not as simple as our Roman calendar, however. One of the defining characteristics of our Roman calendar is that it is based on various cycles. From minutes, to hours, days, weeks, months – we divide our calendar into increments that repeat on their own cycle.

For example, each hour has a first minute, each week has a Monday, each year has a first of January, and so on. However, it’s not every year that a Monday is also the first of January – this occurs only every seven years or so. The Mayan calendar works on a similar premise. As we examine the history of the Mayan calendar, we are given insight into its workings.

Roman vs. Mayan calendar – Working in Cycles

Mayan calendar tabletsYou might say that the Mayan calendar works the same as the Roman calendar, but with more complex, and overlapping cycles. A 52 year cycle on the Mayan calendar, for example, is called a Calendar Round. Now, similar to the way the first of January only occurs on a Monday every seven years or so, each day in the Mayan Calendar Round, referred to as a Long Count, is given a unique name based on a combination of various cycles.

Base 10 vs. Base 20

Unlike the Roman day, which is calculated using base ten, the Mayan Long Count is calculated using base twenty. What is base twenty? Just like our base ten system uses 10 numbers (zero through ten), the Mayan base 20 system uses 20 numbers (zero through twenty). So, while moving the decimal one spot in the Roman system changes our result by a factor of 10, moving the decimal in the Mayan system changes the result by a factor of 20.

Breaking Down the Mayan Long Count

The Mayan Long Count breaks down into the following units, where a kin is one day in the 52 year period:

  • 20 kin = 1 uinal
  • 360 kin = 19 uinal = 1 tun
  • 7200 kin = 360 uinal = 20 tun = 1 kactun
  • 144000 kin = 8000 uinal = 400 tun = 20 kactun = 1 bactun
  • 13 bactun = 1 Mayan epoch
  • 1 epoch ~ 5125.26 Mayan years

Subtracting from today, that puts the beginning of the current Mayan Long Count at August 11, 3114 BC, and the end at December 21, 2012 AD.

Does that mean the world will come to an end on December 21, 2012? We don’t think so but welcome your thoughts. Feel free to post your theories as a comment below on December 21, 2012, and how it relates to our world today. You can also read our article on the 2012 Planetary Alignment to find out why.

The Mayan 20 Day Period

The Mayan calendar is broken into 18 periods of 20 days each. They are outlined, along with their meanings, in the table below:

Duran TimeSahagun TimeFiesta NamesEnglish Translation
1. MAR 01 – MAR 201. FEB 02 – FEB 21Atlcahualo, CuauhitlehuaCeasing of Water, Rising Trees
2. MAR 21 – APR 092. FEB 22 – MAR 13TlacaxipehualiztliRites of Fertility; Xipe-Totec
3. APR 10 – APR 293. MAR 14 – APR 02TozoztonliSmall Perforation
4. APR 30 – MAY 194. APR 03 – APR 22Huey TozotliGreat Perforation
5. MAY 20 – JUN 085. APR 23 – MAY 12ToxcatlDryness
6. JUN 09 – JUN 286. MAY 13 – JUN 01Etzalcualiztli.Eating Maize and Beans
7. JUN 29 – JULY 187. JUN 02 – JUN 21TecuilhuitontliFeast for the Revered Ones
8. JULY 19 – AUG 078. JUN 22 – JUL 11Huey TecuilhuitlFeast for the Greatly Revered Ones
9. AUG 08 – AUG 279. JUL 12 – JUL 31MiccailhuitontliFeast to the Revered Deceased
10. AUG 28 – SEP 1610. AUG01 – AUG 20Huey MiccailhuitontliFeast to the Greatly Revered Deceased
11. SEPT 17 – OCT 0611. AUG 21 – SEPT 09OchpaniztliSweeping and Cleaning
12. OCT 07 – OCT 2612. SEPT10 – SEPT 29TeotlecoReturn of the Gods
13. OCT 27 – NOV 1513. SEPT 30 – OCT 19TepeilhuitlFeast for the Mountains
14. NOV 16 – DEC 0514. OCT 20 – NOV 8QuecholliPrecious Feather
15. DEC 06 – DEC 2515. NOV 09 – NOV 28PanquetzaliztliRaising the Banners
16. DEC 26 – JAN 1416. NOV 29 – DEC 18AtemoztliDescent of the Water
17. JAN 15 – FEB 0317. DEC 19 – JAN 07TititlStretching for Growth
18. FEB 04 – FEB 2318. JAN 08 – JAN 27IzcalliEncouragement for the Land & People
18u. FEB 24 – FEB 2818u.JAN 28 – FEB 01nemontemi (5 day period)Empty-days (nameless, undefined)

Source: Wikipedia

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USE THE FORCE WISELY

Gemma shepherd
Gemma shepherd
I don’t believe the Mayan calendar predicts doomsday, I have an alternative theory. We all know the story of the man who died for 3 days and was resurrected, the sun of Christ. Well, I’m not religious but, like most beliefs there’s truth in it. So I’ll try and explain. Every however million years there is a planetary alignment. When this happens there is a 3 day apocalypse (that Jesus story) and the poles in the Center of the earth shift, this is the time of change, a new era arises, we move into the next stage of evolution in… Read more »
leia
leia

I just really appreciate what you have to say. I agree with you 98%. May the force be with you!

Bob
When December 31 rolls around, everyone gears up for a party and suddenly it is January 1st and a whole new year. The world did not end. The Mayan calendar is a mix of astronomical calendars that repeat every 5125.26 years. December 21, 2012 is the end of that calendar period…or if you wish, a Mayan December 31st. As to leap years, really? We created leap years and I would say our calculations are off, not the Mayans. They did their’s by the universe. We did our by some abstract math basing it solely on the amount of time necessary… Read more »
hg3300
hg3300

Oh give me a break. Here’s my theory: you’re full of crap.

Lucile Paurom
Lucile Paurom

I agree with Gemma Shepherd, 98% have done my research too. The remaining 2% is when that doomsday will finally come. Its better not to prepare for it. I’d rather die than living after the doomsday. Imagine the place you will live in, back to stone age again!

Connor
Connor

I agree with the others. Just like we have 12 months in a year on our calendar, they happened to have thousands of years on theirs. It’s just resetting. Chill.

linda vigil
linda vigil

Every body seems to forget that it is up to God when the world ends….not the Mayans!! And nobody knows when that will be!

Arcane Gale
Arcane Gale

The end of mankind will come in the common year 2280. At this time the world population will be well over 55 billion.

Alex Kuttner
Alex Kuttner

The world won`t end on 12/21/12, the Mayan calendar will just simply restart back at zero, after a full 220,000 days (366 years). It works the same as a car mileage gauge, flips through numbers, and when its ready, hits zero and restarts.

hernan
hernan

Well my predictions are that the world will end bause the Mayans predict it. I love you all!

jesse
jesse

Too bad the Mayans didn’t predict it

big mitch
big mitch

it was never said that the world was going to end. The whole calendar was a countdown to the return of the Gods.

Just Dave
Just Dave

Time has been, will be and will continue. We realize time as – one trip around the sun is known as a day, we call 7 days a week, 52 weeks a year. Once we had a calendar with only 10 months, July and August were added (after Julius and Augustus), October was actually the 8th month. What happened to change this? Questions to ponder. When was the beginning of time? Is our perception of time constant? If our universe ceased to exist, would time continue? So little time, too many worries…

Brian
Brian

a trip around the sun is a year….

FloraE
FloraE

Time is a human construct and only has relevance to the human experience. Once humans have disappeared, so will time.

Brian
Brian

Sure the word “time” is. Time itself isn’t a construct. If we didn’t exist would mountains exist? would elements exist? would height, width, measurements? Yes, they would all exist. They just wouldn’t have definitions or words to them. Time is a dimension just as height, width and depth are. Those will all still be there, there will just be no perception of them without something to comprehend it. So no, time will never disappear.

Art
The Aztec and Mayan Sun Stones are compasses. They were originally placed on their backs in vast market-like plazas like giant stepping stones. The 20 astronomical symbols around the center are for navigating at night. They faced the direction of each constellation in the sky at the time they were placed and knowing their original location would allow for them to be accurately dated based on this. The triangular markers on each ring mark out 90, 45, and 15 degree increments around the face to navigate during the day by taking a bearing standing on the center and making ‘radial… Read more »
johnny utah
johnny utah

the Mayans should have put cute little kitties or watercolors of rural America on their calendar! They would have sold so many more! Pyramids, glitter, ponies, soccer, hats with feathers, Kung Fu challenge, William Hung and Ricky, don’t you lose my number.

Bagyan
Bagyan

No proof so continue our aims and goals. If we are thinking about such information which will spoil our present precious days. Nothing wood Happen. Happy New year 2013 friends.

Nick
Nick

If 20 kin = 1 uinal then 360 kin = 18 uinal, not 19.

20×19=380 *20×18=360

Tango Jack
Tango Jack

This is not the case on a Leap Tun.

guna
guna

First how to say this, Mayan calendar is God’s equipment through this calendar. God announced your world to be come to an end (21-12-12) only one man to save our world (God).

ryan
ryan

Don’t you think if the Mayans could foresee such happenings that there would still be Mayans? lol…

Anonymous
Anonymous

Speaking of needing to read up before you speak – there ARE MAYANS living today all over the world but especially in Guatemala and other Central American countries.

Josh
Josh

Most people don’t seem to know how to research and educate themselves these days even with all the technology we have at our fingertips. It’s refreshing when you find those few people still left in the world who put in the little extra effort. This last week especially I’ve had to correct a number of people who thought the whole “planets aligning” thing was factual. That’s been refuted on countless occasions by most of the scientific community. NASA and amateur astronomers alike.

Animus
Animus

All these theories are crud, the world will end tomorrow, because a friend and I are going to set of thousands of dollars worth of fireworks, end up overdoing it, and end the world.

(This is a JOKE to make people laugh, I am in no way serious, please laugh or ignore it as you see fit, and not nitpick over violence or other blown out of proportion things.)

Guess Who
Guess Who

Do the Mayans include leap years? Because if not the world should have ended last year, in December…(another person told me)

Alan
Alan

Okay I was not looking forward to the end of the world and were did NASA get the end of the world from and now NASA only God knows when that will come.

nalaka
nalaka

Ancient Sinhalease (Srilankan) people built Mayans, Babylonians as the said “they came by sky from lion city, and gave us this technology…” Sinhalease developed a science that will never collapsed with nature. Then they went to outer space for expedition. They will come back and correct us if we use our nature wrongly.

Any way Buddhism can give all answers to future manners. There is a chapter called ” brahmajala suttha” in Buddhism…. that is the revelation of the world’s end and start.

I know the Truth
I know the Truth
It is a giant monopoly from all the governments of the world. They want us to spend money on stuff that will not help 99% of the population because if the world was truly ending we will not be here to even have to worry about material items. I mean why are you going to buy a Mayan calendar, clock, T-shirt or poster when it is going to be destroyed. What I know is that the government gets richer as we keep getting poorer. Planets will align and our normal days will keep on going, and everyone will still be… Read more »
Katie
Katie

I would have to agree with you 110%. It’s all a big money grab if you ask me! Anything to totally drain you of your last penny; they wouldn’t miss that opportunity for the world! lol. I guess people are hoping that they might survive so having those items on hand would bring peace of mind. My Mom keeps telling me that all it is, is just “fear mongering.” Hopefully we’re right… But you’ll never really know. I just hope it’ll be quick! Best of luck to you!

Kevin
Kevin

OK if you think the world is going to end then you have very little time to get a mate and start screwing. You might as well go out with a bang!

Fritz
Fritz

I swear I will take good care of your stuff. Really.

michelle4kids
michelle4kids

lmao – I want the girl ones!!

n8

Has anybody ever considered our leap years? Add those days in and we passed the date already. Didn’t we its all a scam people to get you to spend more money. They are selling fear as always.

Orlando
Orlando

We can’t just tell people the universe has its own time, that cant be changed!

Franz
Franz

Leap years are only a factor on the Roman calendar. The Mayan calendar has a different way of measuring years and does it more precisely, without the need for leap years. The final date was found using the Mayan calendar, then translated to the Roman one directly based on the position of the Earth, not just boxes on a piece of paper. Regardless of this, you’re right to say nothing will happen, just like the article explains.

Prophet
Prophet

We are not of this earth.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Overall this does take a bit of concentration and it’s not something you can just skim through and wrap your head around, but that’s not the fault of the website. You guys did as good a job as I can imagine in trying to explain it, and based on how kindly you are offering to help the frustrated comment-leaver, you seem to be really patient too.

ponderer
ponderer

Thanks for the kind words. It’s our hope that this website becomes a place for everyone to openly share their thoughts and opinions, so we can collectively explore life’s mysteries. We’re only humans and by no means experts on these topics, but we enjoy sharing them and putting them out there to contemplate.

I figure when we start touching on topics that cross into religions, etc. there will be more tension than normal, but that also reflects the passion in people’s beliefs. We’re interested in hearing it all!

Anonymous
Anonymous

Thank you so much for all the information you have put on your site! I may just be a sixth grade student, but I can understand most of what you have described by re-reading it and trying to make connections to it. (So I don’t get how an all “A” student could not :))Anyway, thank’s a lot!

Anonymous
Anonymous

I can’t get enough information into my brain, it is so amazing and interesting, but there’s not enough hours in the day. The galaxy and planetary alignment that is predicted on 21-12-12 is also fascinating. And more intriguing is this culture of nearly 3000 yrs ago and the amazing facts and beliefs that are standing up in our modern times. Fabulous!

Anonymous
Anonymous

The Mayan calendar is a the number of days it took them to start a new civilization.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Hi,

I have a similar theory to this. It’s not the exact same but my friend and I have been doing the math and the research for quite a long time. Keep going at this theory. We think we just might have an answer.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Hi. It should be 18 uinal not 19! Then it will be 20*18 = 360 kin. Some bad mistakes! But thanks after all.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Huh…… I’m so lost

Anonymous
Anonymous

Go to MesoAmericanCalendarStudies.com. There you will be given the details you need to understand this wonderful mechanism that is so poorly understood by those who pretend to know the details. They truly do not get it, that is why you are lost.

Anonymous
Anonymous

I don’t get this at all. Please work on making it more simple.

Anonymous
Anonymous

god said “No MAN know the day, year or sec my son will be coming back! not even him!”

That’s why I’m not including this website in my research!

Alex Schenker
Admin
Alex Schenker

I would say that’s the problem with you over-religious folk. You blindly follow your dogma without doing your own due diligence (homework). Ironically, it appears that by posting here you must have at least read part of the article, and therefore implicitly included this site in your research. We’ve also noticed that you didn’t capitalize “god”. Oops!

Anonymous
Anonymous
Your explanation might have been better served by translating our calendar into the Mayan Long Count. Instead, you have confused people, it would seem, by just going Kin = Julian day and then counting out. You may have reached more people by comparing our calendar components and translating them. Like, “the Mayans had days that they referred to as Kin, and months called Uinal, each made up of 20 days organized into 360 day years made up of 18 Uinal” or something like that. Charts tend to confuse people (even those of us familiar with the breakdown), especially when organized… Read more »
Anonymous
Anonymous

Why are y’all putting this on the Internet? Kids are really scared and they really think the earth is really going to end on exactly Dec.21, 2012 🙁

Alex Schenker
Admin
Alex Schenker
If it helps put your mind at ease, we don’t think the world is going to end, and we mention that if you read the whole article. That being said, the number one proponent of fear is the lack of knowledge or information on topics. That’s how racism, bigotry, and other forms of hatred and fear flourish. Given that, the more information we can gather and share on a topic to dispel fear and misinformation should help us be more knowledgeable and comfortable with a topic. We were all kids once. If the information is out there, and it’s not… Read more »
Anonymous
Anonymous

I’m a Dutch kid and I’m really scared it’s gonna happen!

Anonymous
Anonymous

Trust me, it never will happen. That was not gods purpose

Anonymous
Anonymous

You don’t know what god’s plan is dummy

Guest
Guest

Because I know exactly what god’s plan is… look in the bible…tead it cover to cover and you will know the truth. The world will not “end” but all Christians and children will be taken to heaven and if kids are looking this up then they need to know that no matter what if they accept Jesus into their hearts they will be forgiven and taken to heaven.

Dylan shilton
Dylan shilton
Once again, you do not know God’s plan even if he were to read the bible cover to cover, you would not find any reference date to when the rapture will happen. Do not try to assume what God means because you will be sadly mistaken and look like a fool. God does not tell you his plans for a reason. Secondly, you assume who will be “raptured” again not a good move on your part. For you are not God and you do not know who will or will not be raptured. I’m not saying that I know I’m… Read more »
Anonymous
Anonymous

Then don’t be looking up stuff like this duh. Put a parental control on your internet, you should control what your kids watch.

Anonymous
Anonymous

I do not understand the base 10 v. base 20 concept

Anonymous
Anonymous

This article is really interesting, but there could be more details about each part of the article. For example, for who doesn’t know about the subject it is hard to understand the paragraph about “Breaking Down the Mayan Long Count.” Please improve the details and explanations in this article. Thank you.

Anonymous
Anonymous

I don’t know if it’s true or what? But I believe the Mayan calendar is the oldest calender in this world, and that it is the origin of all calenders. That, and it works good 🙂

Thanks for the article.

Anonymous
Anonymous

The Mayan Calendar can’t be the origin of all calendars because when the Gregorian and Julian Calendars were put in place the New World hasn’t be discovered yet. So, europeans couldn’t have knowledge of it.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Of course what has taken historians and philosophers hundreds of years to decipher cannot be explained in 2 paragraphs! This site does a great job of igniting curiosity and interest! From there we can choose to research – a big task with many sources and questions – and enlighten ourselves! Isn’t that what education and inquisitive fulfillment is all about? 🙂

Anonymous
Anonymous

This passage is terrible. Do it again. It doesn’t even make sense and I’m an all “A” student.

ponderer
ponderer

We find it hard to believe that an all “A” student would have as many grammatical and spelling mistakes as your comment had. We had to correct about 90% of your words so your sentence would even make sense.

That being said, it’s always helpful to provide constructive criticism – let us know specifically what you didn’t like about this article and how we can improve it. Simply providing “this is terrible” style comments doesn’t help anyone improve, and isn’t conducive to providing a forum for interested people to share their thoughts.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Concise and precise. Nice article. The Roman Calendar uses the Sun’s relative motion to define the cycle period. And the sun stays in constellation for 30 days and hence a month, 12 such constellations makes one full cycle and hence a year. What prompted the Mayans to take 20 days? It would be good if you could shine some light on that.

ponderer
ponderer

The Mayans broke their year into 18 periods of 20 days each. Each 20-day period was begun with a festival, and each period represented an event in the Mayan year, described in the table we’ve added to the article above.

I’m not sure this fully answers your question. Why those periods are 20 days and not another number (or a different number of periods), we’re not entirely certain, but it seems that there is a relation to the Julian calendar as far as the Sun’s relative motion. However, as you can see the interpretation differs from that of the Roman calendar.

ponderer
ponderer

The Mayans broke their year into 18 periods of 20 days each. Each 20-day period was begun with a festival, and each period represented an event in the Mayan year, described in the table we’ve added to the article above.

I’m not sure this fully answers your question. Why those periods are 20 days and not another number (or a different number of periods), we’re not entirely certain, but it seems that there is a relation to the Julian calendar as far as the Sun’s relative motion. However, as you can see the interpretation differs from that of the Roman calendar.

Anonymous
Anonymous

To study more or less than “base ten” requires some study and a SMALL amount of imagination. Those still confused should investigate other numeric systems elsewhere and return here when studying the Maya.

This is not a forum on math.

Return when you understand why your computer’s MAC address has numbers AND letters.

Anonymous
Anonymous

What is the point in existing if we’re going to die?

Johnny
Johnny
Well we exist because that is what our creator wanted for us from the beginning. Unfortunately we have all these different religions saying they are the way…and miss guiding millions to the point of separation from the supreme being. The Muslim believe in Allah, Hindus have many gods, but believe in one major god, New age believe in self supremacy, Buddhists believe in finding enlightenment within themselves and Christians believe in a one all mighty God Lord Jesus. So pretty much : Hindus acknowledge multitudes of gods and goddesses. Buddhists say there is no deity. New Age followers believe they… Read more »
YoyoYo
YoyoYo

I believe the Mayan calendar is a bunch of crap.

Kim Wedlock
Kim Wedlock
What do you mean “what is the point in existing if we’re all going to die”? Everything dies, everything that lives dies! That’s a really stupid thing to say. And either way, 2012 was not predicted to be the end of the world by the Mayans, it was the Aztecs. The only reason their calendar stopped at 2012 is because that is when their calendar would have reset. The world was never going to end that day. The Aztecs thought it would because the Mayan calendar ended then. The Mayans never once prophecies the apocalypse in any of the work… Read more »
Gabe
Gabe

Oh no, our calendar is ending on December 31st. We are going to die! Okay, how many times has this happened? Well, in A.D it has happened 2011 times. Our calendar has ended 2011 times. And the Mayan calendar is ending on December 21st. On December 22nd, Happy new year Mayan calendar! Simple as that. It is just another calendar that that ends a recycles, like our 12 month calendar. Nothing big.

an explorer of life
an explorer of life

all of you are retarded… I know who owns this world and they clearly say it’s game over this year…

leticia ramires
leticia ramires

I’m really confused with this whole situation. Who are the Mayans and the Aztecs? I don’t want to believe the world will end but hey you never know. I hope not. But I’m really concerned can anyone explain?

Somebody Somewhere
Somebody Somewhere
The Mayans and Aztecs were Indians native to Central/South America. The whole debate revolves around the fact that the Mayan calendar stops on December 21, 2012. First of all, the would have no way of knowing when the world would end. Second of all, the Mayans had no concept of a leap year (an extra day in February every four years since each day is not exactly 24 hours long, more like 23 hours and 59 and a half seconds. After a while it builds up, so the extra day is to make up for that time). So for them,… Read more »
Athena
Athena

The Mayan’s did not Have/believe in leap years, therefore, the world would have ended years ago.

Mason
Mason

You must not have a very good understanding of the Mayan Calendar, even after reading this article. The Mayan Calendar is so accurate, it doesn’t need leap years to make up for anything.

Cassie
Cassie

She does have a good point though. It makes perfect sense to me.

Anonymous
Anonymous

The 52 year cycle is actually 52 days. A day = a year. It’s Deja vu. You dream of the future. I get it all the time. so for example today happened 52 days ago in your dreams or thoughts because our mind and thoughts are telling our eyes what we see

Nick
Nick
Anonymous
Anonymous
I believe the meaning of all this is people having more self awareness, people will become more awake and realize that everything is connected. Death,life, are one in the same. Why do you think that the Mayans were never found? They became awake. In Egyptian times they believed the true warriors had to be put through tests. These tests where physical, mental and emotional. They found ways to trigger part of the brain we now don’t use. We are blinded by the truth. We go through all these tests in one day. The spiritual,emotion and physical awareness will happen when… Read more »
Tabitha
Tabitha

I sure hope so. That would be beautiful! Have a very Merry Christmas 😉

Juan D
Juan D

End of the world? What the heck. There’s nothing you can do when time comes.

But you can do things before it happens. Don’t just exist, love and live…

Anonymous
Anonymous

There is nothing to believe this prediction. The world is not going to end. Trust God that nothing will happen to you.

We should believe on Sai.

SAI SARVAGYA HAI.

SABKA MALIK EK.

BAZILT97
BAZILT97
I believe the Mayan calendar acts just like our watches. If you notice our clocks only go up to 12, then resets and starts back from one and works its way back to 12. Maybe when dealing with time 12 is the highest we can go up to. Even the Mayan Calendar goes up to 2012 December 21. In other words 12/12/21. Just switch the last two numbers around and you got 12/12/12. I think the calendar will just restart.The calendar will just restart and we will go on with our normal lives, but then I could be wrong. Maybe… Read more »
ramiro
ramiro

Hey, that’s when its my birthday is: 12-12-12.

Spike J.
Spike J.

Why do Mayans have Duran time and Sahagun time? What is the difference and meaning of the two? To me each looks similar to our zodiac? Why two zodiacs, so to say?

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