Labyrinth of Saint Thomas 聖人トーマスの迷路
There are no answers, only choices
Last update: 30th Mar 2021, 8:46 AM
Violent Content Frequent Frontal Nudity Strong Sexual Themes Occasional Strong Language
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In the heart of St. Thomas Wood sits Tench House. With each arrival and disappearance, the mystery deepens!

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back soon, still doing some other stuff.
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Short- very short break now before the next set of new pages. Up next will be the arrival at the Laboratory and a savage battle in the Cemetery just outside that location!
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after the next page there will be a short break.
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Several real astronauts have all said the same thing so it is most likely true. It has been preying on my mind for some time.

Why the fuck does outer space smell like burnt meat??
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A baktun /ˈbɑːktuːn/ (properly bʼakʼtun [ɓakʼtun]) is 20 katun cycles of the ancient Maya Long Count Calendar. It contains 144,000 days, equal to 394.26 tropical years. The Classic period of Maya civilization occurred during the 8th and 9th baktuns of the current calendrical cycle. The current baktun started on 13.0.0.0.0 — December 21, 2012 using the GMT correlation.

Archaeologist J. Eric S. Thompson stated that it is erroneous to say that a Long Count date of, for example, 9.15.10.0.0 is in the “9th baktun”, analogous to describing the year 209 AD as in the “2nd century AD”. Even so, the practice is so well established among Maya epigraphers and other students of the Maya, that to change it would cause more harm than its perpetuation.[2] The current practice of referring to the current baktun as ”baktun 13” or “thirteenth baktun” may stand, even though it is properly the fourteenth baktun. Alternatively, the first baktun could instead be referred to as the zeroeth to avoid this ambiguity.

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What isn't mentioned at all in this wikipedia waffle: the name "baktun" is made up. It doesn't exist in classical Maya and current Maya don't use it unless they have been taught it by archaeologists. It is a made up word from archaeologists. Archaeologists have zero (pun intended) idea, and haven't bothered to really try and find out, what the "gods" of time were and how the Mayans themselves counted or measured time. All the name for the divisions for the Mayan calendar and its cycles are modern ones invented for ease of reference. It is as grounded in reality as Star Trek spaceship classifications or the derivative alien races of Star Wars.