Other documents concerning the Maya Calendar
and links to other Maya-related web sites
PC software for conversion between Maya calendar dates
and European calendar dates (and other things)
- Ivan Van Laningham:
- The Twenty Masks of Venus: A Brief Report of Study and Commentary on the Thirteenth-Century Maya Grolier Codex, a Fragment of a 104-Year Hybrid-Style Maya Divinatory Venus Almanac (2014)
- Mayan script
- ArtsPaquin Mayaworks with Mayan Calendrics and Correlations
- Maya Astronomy and the Correlation of the Maya Calendar
- The Dresden Codex
- The Real Maya Prophecies: Astronomy in the Inscriptions and Codices, including The Correlation Question
- Mesoweb "An Exploration of Mesoamerican Cultures"
- The Maya Calendar and Maya Astronomy
- "Free trade" for Mesoamerica: roads, dams and death — Opposing the Plan Puebla Panama and FTAA
- Orbital Calendar: GaiaLuna 2001 Time-Space Map
- Felix Verbelen's SOLAR ECLIPSES in Mesoamerica, AD 1 to AD 1600
- Maya World Studies Center: The Maya Calendar, including The Origin of the Maya Calendar
- Mayan Majix with articles, including:
- Carl Johan Calleman: What is driving the evolution of consciousness described by the Mayan Calendar?
- Bruce Scofield: On the Problem of Delineations and Correlations
- Calendar Notes
- Calculation of the Correlation of the Mayan and Christian Systems of Dating
and other writings (in English, Spanish, German and Czech) by Bohumil Böhm and Vladimir Böhm, who propose a correlation number of 622,261. This puts 0.0.0.0.0 (4 Ahau 8 Cumku) at -3009-08-04, some 104 years later than the date implied by the Thompson correlation.
- Gary Bennett: GB Online's Mesoamerica A nicely-done web site with interesting information, images (such as the one at right) and links.
- Linda Schele: The Correlation of the Mayan and Julian/Gregorian Calendars
- Carl Johan Calleman: Venus Passages
- How are the prehispanic calendars interpreted?
- Paul Clanon: Lessons In Maya Calendrics and Writing
- The Mayan Epigraphic Database Project at the University of Virginia
- John Major Jenkins has been conducting research in the Maya Calendar for about 25 years and has written several books on this subject. Among his online articles are:
- Thomas Razzeto: The Actual Astronomy of 2012 and the Sacred Triple Rebirth of the Sun
- Mayan Indians
- Ancient Maya
Pages of links:
The Maya Calendar Index Mayan Calendrics Software Home Page