5th dating wheel
The Long Count date comes first, then the Tzolkin date and last the Haab date.
A typical Mayan date would read: 188.8.131.52.0 4 Ahau 8 Kumku, where 184.108.40.206.0 is the Long Count date, 4 Ahau is the Tzolkin date and 8 Kumku is the Haab date. The calendar has an outer ring of Mayan glyphs (pictures) which represent each of the 19 months.
The Haab is somewhat inaccurate as it is exactly 365 days long.
An actual tropical or solar year is 365.2422 days long.
The calendar dates back to at least the 5th century BCE (Before Common Era) and is still in use in a few Mayan communities today.
The Mayan calendar moves in cycles with the last cycle ending in December 2012.
‘ Rebecca has repeatedly sounded the “I love you all equally” gong to her three children, a particularly grueling therapy session at Kevin’s rehab center forces her to admit the bitter truth: She loved Randall better than Kevin, at least while the boys were growing up, because he didn’t push her away like a churlish Kev did.
The Mayan Calendar consists of three separate corresponding calendars, the (civil calendar).
Time is cyclical in the calendars and a set number of days must occur before a new cycle can begin. The Tzolkin and the Haab identify and name the days, but not the years.
In today’s Gregorian calendar we adjust for this discrepancy by making almost every fourth year a leap year by adding an extra day – a leap day – on the 29th of February.
The divine calendar is also known as the Sacred Round or the Tzolkin which means “the distribution of the days”.