According to the Mayan Calendar, my birthday is 184.108.40.206.15, and today is 220.127.116.11.15, which makes me just 2.65 K’tuns old.
Quick Mayan Calendar Overview:
It’s set up on a modified base 20 system, and my guess is that the modification is to keep the Tun as close to a physical year as possible.
|The Mayan word for a day||K’in|
|18 Uinal (not 20, the modification)||Tun (20*18=360, making this close to the 365 days in a year)|
If you’re thinking “WTF"?”, consider our system, which is a modified decimal (base 10) system. Day, week = 7 days, month = about 5 weeks, year = 12 months, decade = 10 years, century = 10 decades (100 years), millennium = 10 centuries (1000 years) and so on.
So, what does this have to do with the end of the world, or lack thereof?
In the Mayan calendar, December 21, 2012 is their date 18.104.22.168.0. They didn’t stop their calendar on December 20, 2012 because they believed that there wasn’t going to be a Dec 21, but because it was the end of a B’ak’tun.
Kind of like saying there isn’t going to be a 2020 because the calendar I made only goes up to December 31, 2019.
If you want to look up your birthday on the Ours to the Mayan calendar, open up this pdf file of the spreadsheet I made.