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Mayan calendar similar to ancient Chinese Zodiac calendar?

Early contact? Mayan calendar similar to ancient Chinese

Tara MacIsaac
Epoch Times
Thu, 07 Sep 2017 16:17 UTC

th[7]Ancient Mayan and Chinese calendar systems share so many similarities, it is unlikely they developed independently, according to the late David H. Kelley, whose paper on the subject was published posthumously in August.

Kelley was a Harvard-educated archaeologist and epigrapher at the University of Calgary in Canada. He earned fame in the 1960s for major contributions toward deciphering the Mayan script. His article, titled “Asian Components in the Invention of the Mayan Calendar,” was written 30 years ago, but was only recently unearthed and published for the first time in the journal Pre-Columbiana.

In 1980, a major science journal had solicited the article, said Pre-Columbiana’s editor Dr. Stephen Jett. But, Jett said, “the editors rejected it as being overly documented for the journal’s spare format; understandably for so revolutionary an effort, Dave did not wish to weaken the documentation, and he never published the piece elsewhere.” Jett obtained Kelley’s permission to publish it before he died.  Read Complete Report


This video is part of The Alignment Within and explains how The Mayan Calendar Works.
If you’ve ever wondered how The Mayan Calendar Works, this is the film to watch

Source: YouTube  mayancalendarnow  Published on Nov 7, 2012

The Chinese Zodiac is a 12 year cycle symbolized by the 12 animals. Each animal has a different personality and characteristics that influence a person’s personality, success, and happiness.

Source: YouTube  videosvibes   Uploaded on Aug 3, 2009

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Chinese probe lands on the Moon as space programme gathers pace

From The Telegraph  By , Shanghai 12:54PM GMT 14 Dec 2013

China became the first country to “soft-land” on the Moon in nearly four decades on Saturday, taking the Asian super-power one step closer to putting a man on the lunar surface. . . . Read Complete Report

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Dish Network Cites Chinese Influence in Objection to Telecom Merger

From NewsMax

Tuesday, 30 Apr 2013 04:48 PM

By David Yonkman, Washington Correspondent

Dish Network filed a complaint objecting to a pending merger between Sprint and SoftBank, citing a Justice Department plea deal that linked the Japanese conglomerate to bribes given to Chinese telecom officials.

In a complaint filed Monday with the Federal Communications Commission, Dish Network cited a plea agreement between the Justice Department and a SoftBank official who gave $7 million in bribes to Chinese officials for telecommunications contracts. . . . Read Complete Report

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Picked up for 3 bucks, Chinese bowl goes for $2.2 million at auction (Video Report)

Photo: “Sing Fat Co., Inc.” Importer of Chinese goods. (Nothing to do with the story, I just thought it was a cool piece of Chinese- America history). From San Francisco Chinatown (post-1910): SF Chinatown (post-1910): Postcards. SOURCE:  California Historical Society (Public Domain)

From NBC News

By Erin McClam, Staff Writer, NBC News

A Chinese bowl that a New York family picked up for $3 at a garage sale turned out to be a 1,000-year-old treasure and has sold at auction for $2.2 million.

The bowl — ceramic, 5 inches in diameter and with a saw-tooth pattern etched around the outside — went to a London dealer, Giuseppe Eskenazi, at Sotheby’s auction house in New York on Tuesday. . . . Read Complete Report

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Chinese Workers Face Competition From Robots

from Mashable U.S & World

One of the defining narratives of modern China has been the migration of young workers — often girls in their late teenage years — from the countryside into sprawling cities for jobs in factories. Many found work at Foxconn, which employs nearly 1 million low-wage workers to hand-assemble electronic gadgets for Apple, Nintendo, Intel, Dell, Nokia, Microsoft, Samsung and Sony.

So it was a surprise when Terry Guo, the hard-charging, 61-year-old billionaire CEO of Foxconn, said last July that the Taiwan-based manufacturing giant would add up to 1 million industrial robots to its assembly lines inside of three years. . . . Read Complete Report