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Mayas. El Ciclo Desconocido

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This book explores the elegant world of Mayan archeology and takes us inside of their suspenseful apocalyptic prophecies. Based on the actual facts with extensive documentation, the author recreates a fictional hypothesis of how the Mayan predictions have become the center of upcoming planetary changes. Two central characters spell out the mysterious Mayan prophecies; Dr. Eugene Smith, a prestigious archeologist and the photographer Jacob Burke. Both have agreed on a trip from the United States to Mexico with the purpose of exploring the Mayan world. Together they find in Chiapas the Temple of Inscriptions, the sarcophagus of the Great Pakal and they begin an unexpected but revealing journey regarding future times.

About the Author

Dino Alreich is a pseudonym for a young couple, who, for reasons of personal safety, prefer not to reveal personal information about themselves. They have also published the novel "The Resurgence of the Swastika" (Ed. Nowevolution) where they develop the same theme, regarding the invitation of the world's conscience with the problems of the real world

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Edc Corona Borealis SL
Alreich, Dino
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Trade Paper
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9 x 6 in

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