The San Pedro Public Library is assembling a new Mayan Studies Section, with special emphasis on the Mayan Calendar. Prophecies from other cultures, and sources sorting fact from fiction in exploring the meaning of 2012 from the particular perspective of the classic Mayans are being gathered in anticipation of the upcoming date.

A few recently published books are much needed for this collection. Most are available from Amazon or bookstores. The Library will be hugely grateful if you are traveling with access to a bookstore and would like to make a valuable and permanent contribution to this timely project.
Meanwhile, come by the library and look over a number of recent articles available, conveying up-to-date information about this often confusing but most unique time in the evolution of the earth and in human history.
A partial all-paperback Wish List.
(Others also welcomed) :
“The Mayan Factor” by Jose Arguelles
“The Return of Quetzalcoatl” by Daniel Pinchbeck
“2012: Science or Superstition” by Alexandra Bruce
“The Mystery of 2012: Predictions, Prophecies and Possibilities” A
book of readings.
“Not in His Image: Gnostic Vision, Sacred Ecology and the Fate of
Belief” by John Lamb Lash
“Popul Vuh” ancient Mayan story of the Genesis of man
“Beyond 2012: Catastrophe or Awakening?” by Geoff Stray
“Time Wave Zero” by Terrence McKenna