Renowned Maya Scholar Dr. Mark Van Stone will be in Palm Coast from Wednesday to Saturday of this week for the 6th annual Maya at the Playa conference. He’s presently talking to news organizations around the country about tips parents can follow to talk to their kids about the rising hype associated with the end of the Maya calendar on Dec. 21, 2012.
- There are 86 days remaining before the end of the Maya Calendar, Dec. 21, 2012.
- There are more than 3,200 publications on the Maya prophecies, but only FOUR have been written by actual Maya scholars
- Dr. Mark Van Stone of San Diego, one of the four scholars, is providing parents & teachers with information about how to debunk the hype that’s building
- Dr. Van Stone will be in Palm Coast Wednesday-Saturday of this week
- Dr. Van Stone has released a cool, interactive book for the iPad and its the only book like it in the world
WHO: Maya scholar, Dr. Mark Van Stone of Southwestern College in San Diego, will be at the 6th Annual Maya at the Playa Conference in Palm Coast Wed-Saturday. Dr. Van Stone has recently released the only book for the iPad that has 3-D animations, 53 videos of 15 scholars, and 200-plus interactive photos, drawings, glyphs that can be used to debunk the ridiculous predictions that have been cast upon the Maya, such as the alignment of the planets, reversal of the poles, even predictions for a utopian bliss out.
WHAT: Dr. Van Stone is available for interviews to talk about how parents can talk to kids about debunking the wild predictions and setting a factual record about what the Maya said, using a highly entertaining, interactive book for the iPad–the only one like it available in the world.
WHEN: Wednesday-Saturday of this week in Palm Coast, FL
HOW: Dr. Van Stone, working with Claxton Creative of Dallas, has developed a 179-page interactive book for the iPad that features all the information a thinking person could want to help scientifically discuss what the Maya predicted.