Maya Calendar May Unlock Secrets of Time Travel

Are you tired of all of these alleged time travelers tripping to the future and bringing back boring tales of robot overlords, blurry pictures of apocalyptic destruction, conflicting stories of what’s going to happen … and no lottery numbers? Well, Timothy Alan heard your cries and has released the secrets of time travel that have been right under your nose the whole time … if your nose was over a Maya calendar.

“Hi there, my name is Timothy Alan and I am a multi-dimensional archaeologist.”

A what? Alan’s explanatory video identifies him as a multi-dimensional archaeologist – that’s one who collects 3D digital data from artifacts and use it to create detailed computer simulations that can be shared, analyzed, picked apart and more without damaging (or looting) the original. He claims he’s spent five years studying the Maya Tzolkin calendar – that’s the 260-day Tzolk’in (“Division of days”) calendar. The Maya had many calendars (the infamous “world ends in 2012” calendar was the Long Count), with the Tzolkin being the oldest. Why is this multi-dimensional archaeologist interested in it?….