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The 2012 Apocalypse - Andrew Kinkella - Aliens 63
The 2012 Apocalypse - Andrew Kinkella - Aliens 63

oday, we dive into a topic that captivated the world's imagination: the so-called apocalypse of 2012, which was supposedly foretold by the Mayan calendar. This phenomenon sparked a frenzy of movies, books, and even TV specials, with many experts cashing in on the hysteria.

Joining us in this episode is Professor Andrew Kinkella, not only the host of the Pseudo Archaeology podcast but also a seasoned expert on Maya history and archaeology. Together, we will explore how the year 2012 became a fixture in pop culture and examine the pseudo archaeological interpretations that have shaped our understanding of the Mayan civilization. We'll delve into the historical and cultural contexts of the Mesoamerican calendars and debunk some of the myths surrounding them.

Special thanks to our Patreon supporters and members portal subscribers, whose contributions enrich our exploration of these mysterious topics. Your support keeps our investigations thorough and grounded.

As always, you can find additional resources, source citations, and contact information on our website at diggingupancientaliens.com. If you enjoy the podcast, please consider leaving us a five-star review—it really helps!

In "Digging Up Ancient Aliens," we explore the fascinating intersections of alternative history, archaeology, and the claims surrounding ancient alien theories in popular media. I'm your host, Fredrik, guiding you through the world of pseudo-archaeology.

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The intro music is Lily of the woods by Sandra Marteleur, and the outro is named “Folie hatt” by Trallskruv.

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oday, we dive into a topic that captivated the world's imagination: the so-called apocalypse of 2012, which was supposedly foretold by the Mayan calendar. This phenomenon sparked a frenzy of movies, books, and even TV specials, with many experts cashing in on the hysteria.

Joining us in this episode is Professor Andrew Kinkella, not only the host of the Pseudo Archaeology podcast but also a seasoned expert on Maya history and archaeology. Together, we will explore how the year 2012 became a fixture in pop culture and examine the pseudo archaeological interpretations that have shaped our understanding of the Mayan civilization. We'll delve into the historical and cultural contexts of the Mesoamerican calendars and debunk some of the myths surrounding them.

Special thanks to our Patreon supporters and members portal subscribers, whose contributions enrich our exploration of these mysterious topics. Your support keeps our investigations thorough and grounded.

As always, you can find additional resources, source citations, and contact information on our website at diggingupancientaliens.com. If you enjoy the podcast, please consider leaving us a five-star review—it really helps!

In "Digging Up Ancient Aliens," we explore the fascinating intersections of alternative history, archaeology, and the claims surrounding ancient alien theories in popular media. I'm your host, Fredrik, guiding you through the world of pseudo-archaeology.

Links:

Support the show:

Music

The intro music is Lily of the woods by Sandra Marteleur, and the outro is named “Folie hatt” by Trallskruv.

ArchPodNet

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