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ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS/DEADSEA
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February 27, 2018
A naked man covered in mud lies on a beach, nearby a dreadlocked recluse reads from the Book of Exodus...
METZOKE DRAGOT, Palestinian Territories
The Wider Image: Vanishing Dead Sea - a hermit haven
A naked man covered in mud lies on a beach, nearby a dreadlocked recluse reads from the Book of Exodus and a woman strikes a low soothing note from a Tibetan singing bowl. It's sunset at the Dead Sea, where the New Age melds with a biblical vista in danger of becoming a paradise lost. The Dead Sea's salt-rich waters are vanishing and its shores are being devoured by sinkholes, making Metzoke Dragot beach one of the last unspoiled spots at the lowest point on the planet. Over centuries the ancient lake has drawn monks, hermits, small Jewish sects and early Christians, travellers seeking spiritual elation and tourists who enjoy floating in the highly-buoyant water and covering themselves with its mineral-rich mud. But in the past few decades, ecological damage has been devastating. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun SEARCH "ZVULUN DEADSEA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY. Matching text: ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS/DEADSEA
ISRAEL-RABBI/
RTR3FOV2
October 07, 2013
Aryeh Deri (C), leader of the ultra-religious Shas political party, reacts as he address the media upon...
Jerusalem, Israel
Deri, leader of the ultra-religious Shas political party, reacts as he address the media upon hearing...
Aryeh Deri (C), leader of the ultra-religious Shas political party, reacts as he address the media upon hearing news about the death of Rabbi Ovadia Yosef, the spiritual mentor of Shas, at Hadassah Ein Kerem Hospital in Jerusalem October 7, 2013. Yosef, an Iraqi-born sage who turned an Israeli underclass of Sephardic Jews of Middle Eastern heritage into a powerful political force, died on Monday at the age of 93, plunging masses of followers into mourning. REUTERS/Ammar Awad (JERUSALEM - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION OBITUARY)
ISRAEL-RABBI/
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October 07, 2013
An ultra-Orthodox Jewish man reacts upon hearing news about the death of Rabbi Ovadia Yosef, the spiritual...
Jerusalem, Israel
An ultra-Orthodox Jewish man reacts upon hearing news about the death of Rabbi Yosef in Jerusalem
An ultra-Orthodox Jewish man reacts upon hearing news about the death of Rabbi Ovadia Yosef, the spiritual mentor of the ultra-religious Shas political party, at Hadassah Ein Kerem Hospital in Jerusalem October 7, 2013. Yosef, an Iraqi-born sage who turned an Israeli underclass of Sephardic Jews of Middle Eastern heritage into a powerful political force, died on Monday at the age of 93, plunging masses of followers into mourning. REUTERS/Ammar Awad (JERUSALEM - Tags: RELIGION OBITUARY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
ISRAEL-RABBI/
RTR3FOTB
October 07, 2013
An ultra-Orthodox Jewish man reacts upon hearing news about the death of Rabbi Ovadia Yosef, the spiritual...
Jerusalem, Israel
An ultra-Orthodox Jewish man reacts upon hearing news about the death of Rabbi Yosef in Jerusalem
An ultra-Orthodox Jewish man reacts upon hearing news about the death of Rabbi Ovadia Yosef, the spiritual mentor of the ultra-religious Shas political party, in Jerusalem October 7, 2013. Yosef, an Iraqi-born sage who turned an Israeli underclass of Sephardic Jews of Middle Eastern heritage into a powerful political force, died on Monday at the age of 93, plunging masses of followers into mourning. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (JERUSALEM - Tags: RELIGION OBITUARY)
ISRAEL-RABBI/
RTR3FOT5
October 07, 2013
Ultra-Orthodox Jewish men react upon hearing the news about the death of Rabbi Ovadia Yosef, the spiritual...
Jerusalem, Israel
Ultra-Orthodox Jewish men react upon hearing the news about the death of Rabbi Yosef in Jerusalem
Ultra-Orthodox Jewish men react upon hearing the news about the death of Rabbi Ovadia Yosef, the spiritual mentor of the ultra-religious Shas political party, in Jerusalem October 7, 2013. Yosef, an Iraqi-born sage who turned an Israeli underclass of Sephardic Jews of Middle Eastern heritage into a powerful political force, died on Monday at the age of 93, plunging masses of followers into mourning. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (JERUSALEM - Tags: RELIGION OBITUARY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
ISRAEL-RABBI/
RTR3FOT1
October 07, 2013
An ultra-Orthodox Jewish man reacts upon hearing news about the death of Rabbi Ovadia Yosef, the spiritual...
Jerusalem, Israel
An ultra-Orthodox Jewish man reacts upon hearing news about the death of Rabbi Yosef in Jerusalem
An ultra-Orthodox Jewish man reacts upon hearing news about the death of Rabbi Ovadia Yosef, the spiritual mentor of the ultra-religious Shas political party, in Jerusalem October 7, 2013. Yosef, an Iraqi-born sage who turned an Israeli underclass of Sephardic Jews of Middle Eastern heritage into a powerful political force, died on Monday at the age of 93, plunging masses of followers into mourning. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (JERUSALEM - Tags: RELIGION OBITUARY)
MAYA-CALENDAR/
RTR3BTWR
December 21, 2012
Pipil Mayans perform a dance during a ceremony at the Maya archeological site of Tazumal in Santa Ana,...
Santa Ana, El Salvador
Pipil Mayans perform a dance during a ceremony at the Maya archeological site of Tazumal in Santa Ana...
Pipil Mayans perform a dance during a ceremony at the Maya archeological site of Tazumal in Santa Ana, about 75 km (46.6 miles) away from San Salvador December 21, 2012. Mystics, hippies and tourists descended on the ruins of Maya cities to mark the close of the 13th bak'tun - a period of around 400 years - and many hoped it would lead to a better era for humanity. This week, at sunrise on Friday, December 21, an era closes in the Maya Long Count calendar, an event that has been likened by different groups to the end of days, the start of a new, more spiritual age or a good reason to hang out at old Maya temples across Mexico and Central America. REUTERS/Ulises Rodriguez (EL SALVADOR - Tags: SOCIETY)
MAYA-CALENDAR/
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December 21, 2012
Mayte Dominuez, shaman of the town of Cuisnahuat, holds up the sacred fire during a ceremony at the Maya...
Santa Ana, El Salvador
Mayte Dominuez, shaman of the town of Cuisnahuat, holds up the sacred fire during a ceremony in Santa...
Mayte Dominuez, shaman of the town of Cuisnahuat, holds up the sacred fire during a ceremony at the Maya archeological site of Tazumal in Santa Ana, about 75 km (47 miles) away from San Salvador December 21, 2012. Mystics, hippies and tourists descended on the ruins of Maya cities to mark the close of the 13th bak'tun - a period of around 400 years - and many hoped it would lead to a better era for humanity. This week, at sunrise on Friday, December 21, an era closes in the Maya Long Count calendar, an event that has been likened by different groups to the end of days, the start of a new, more spiritual age or a good reason to hang out at old Maya temples across Mexico and Central America. REUTERS/Ulises Rodriguez (EL SALVADOR - Tags: SOCIETY)
MAYA-CALENDAR/
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December 21, 2012
Piche Ulysses (nahual Mountain) is silhouetted at the Maya archeological site of Tazumal in Santa Ana,...
Santa Ana, El Salvador
Piche Ulysses is silhouetted at Maya archeological site of Tazumal in Santa Ana
Piche Ulysses (nahual Mountain) is silhouetted at the Maya archeological site of Tazumal in Santa Ana, about 75 km (46 miles) away from San Salvador December 21, 2012. Mystics, hippies and tourists descended on the ruins of Maya cities to mark the close of the 13th bak'tun - a period of around 400 years - and many hoped it would lead to a better era for humanity. This week, at sunrise on Friday, December 21, an era closes in the Maya Long Count calendar, an event that has been likened by different groups to the end of days, the start of a new, more spiritual age or a good reason to hang out at old Maya temples across Mexico and Central America. REUTERS/Ulises Rodriguez (EL SALVADOR - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
MAYA-CALENDAR/
RTR3BTPU
December 21, 2012
Piche Ulysses (nahual Mountain) stands in front of a pyramid at the Mayan archeological site of Tazumal...
Santa Ana, El Salvador
Piche Ulysses stands in front of a pyramid at the Mayan archeological site of Tazumal in Santa Ana
Piche Ulysses (nahual Mountain) stands in front of a pyramid at the Mayan archeological site of Tazumal in Santa Ana, about 75 km (47 miles) from San Salvador December 21, 2012. Mystics, hippies and tourists descended on the ruins of Maya cities to mark the close of the 13th bak'tun - a period of around 400 years - and many hoped it would lead to a better era for humanity. This week, at sunrise on Friday, December 21, an era closes in the Maya Long Count calendar, an event that has been likened by different groups to the end of days, the start of a new, more spiritual age or a good reason to hang out at old Maya temples across Mexico and Central America. REUTERS/Ulises Rodriguez (EL SALVADOR - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
MAYA-CALENDAR/
RTR3BTPS
December 21, 2012
Brenda Piche (nahual Jaguar) and Piche Ulysses (nahual Mountain) dance at the Maya archeological site...
Santa Ana, El Salvador
Brenda Piche and Piche Ulysses dance at Maya archeological site of Tazumal in Santa Ana
Brenda Piche (nahual Jaguar) and Piche Ulysses (nahual Mountain) dance at the Maya archeological site of Tazumal in Santa Ana, about 75 km (47 miles) away from San Salvador December 21, 2012. Mystics, hippies and tourists descended on the ruins of Maya cities to mark the close of the 13th bak'tun - a period of around 400 years - and many hoped it would lead to a better era for humanity. This week, at sunrise on Friday, December 21, an era closes in the Maya Long Count calendar, an event that has been likened by different groups to the end of days, the start of a new, more spiritual age or a good reason to hang out at old Maya temples across Mexico and Central America. REUTERS/Ulises Rodriguez (EL SALVADOR - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
HONDURAS/
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December 21, 2012
Tourists practice yoga at the ruins at the archaeological site of the Maya civilization of Copan December...
Copan, Honduras
Tourists practice yoga at the ruins at the archaeological site of the Maya civilization of Copan
Tourists practice yoga at the ruins at the archaeological site of the Maya civilization of Copan December 21, 2012. Mystics, hippies and tourists descended on the ruins of Maya cities to mark the close of the 13th bak'tun - a period of around 400 years - and many hoped it would lead to a better era for humanity. This week, at sunrise on Friday, December 21, an era closes in the Maya Long Count calendar, an event that has been likened by different groups to the end of days, the start of a new, more spiritual age or a good reason to hang out at old Maya temples across Mexico and Central America. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera (HONDURAS - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY TRAVEL)
MAYA-CALENDAR/
RTR3BTMB
December 21, 2012
A Mayan shaman blesses tourists at the archaeological site of the Maya civilization of Copan December...
Copan, Honduras
A Mayan shaman blesses tourists at the archaeological site of the Maya civilization of Copan
A Mayan shaman blesses tourists at the archaeological site of the Maya civilization of Copan December 21, 2012. Mystics, hippies and tourists descended on the ruins of Maya cities to mark the close of the 13th bak'tun - a period of around 400 years - and many hoped it would lead to a better era for humanity. This week, at sunrise on Friday, December 21, an era closes in the Maya Long Count calendar, an event that has been likened by different groups to the end of days, the start of a new, more spiritual age or a good reason to hang out at old Maya temples across Mexico and Central America. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera (HONDURAS - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL)
MAYA-CALENDAR/
RTR3BTLM
December 21, 2012
Tourists meditate at the archaeological site of the Maya civilization of Copan December 21, 2012. Mystics,...
Copan, Honduras
Tourists meditate at archaeological site of the Maya civilization of Copan
Tourists meditate at the archaeological site of the Maya civilization of Copan December 21, 2012. Mystics, hippies and tourists descended on the ruins of Maya cities to mark the close of the 13th bak'tun - a period of around 400 years - and many hoped it would lead to a better era for humanity. This week, at sunrise on Friday, December 21, an era closes in the Maya Long Count calendar, an event that has been likened by different groups to the end of days, the start of a new, more spiritual age or a good reason to hang out at old Maya temples across Mexico and Central America. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera (HONDURAS - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION TRAVEL)
MAYA-CALENDAR/
RTR3BTLK
December 21, 2012
Tourists meditate at the archaeological site of the Maya civilization of Copan December 21, 2012. Mystics,...
Copan, Honduras
Tourists meditate at archaeological site of the Maya civilization of Copa
Tourists meditate at the archaeological site of the Maya civilization of Copan December 21, 2012. Mystics, hippies and tourists descended on the ruins of Maya cities to mark the close of the 13th bak'tun - a period of around 400 years - and many hoped it would lead to a better era for humanity. This week, at sunrise on Friday, December 21, an era closes in the Maya Long Count calendar, an event that has been likened by different groups to the end of days, the start of a new, more spiritual age or a good reason to hang out at old Maya temples across Mexico and Central America. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera (HONDURAS - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION TRAVEL TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
MAYA-CALENDAR/
RTR3BTC9
December 21, 2012
People pray around a sacred fire during the pre-Hispanic mass of "The welcome of the Grandfather Sun...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
People pray around a sacred fire during the pre-Hispanic mass of "The welcome of the Grandfather Sun...
People pray around a sacred fire during the pre-Hispanic mass of "The welcome of the Grandfather Sun and of the Sacred New Fire to the Humanity", to receive the 13th Baktun, in the morning, outside the Chi Ixim church in Tactic, Alta Verapaz region, December 21, 2012. This week, at sunrise on Friday, December 21, an era closes in the Maya Long Count calendar, an event that has been likened by different groups to the end of days, the start of a new, more spiritual age or a good reason to hang out at old Maya temples across Mexico and Central America. The Chi Ixim church is a sacred Mayan site. REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez (GUATEMALA - Tags: SOCIETY ANNIVERSARY RELIGION)
MAYA-CALENDAR/
RTR3BTC8
December 21, 2012
People pray around a sacred fire during the pre-Hispanic mass of "The welcome of the Grandfather Sun...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
People pray around a sacred fire during the pre-Hispanic mass of "The welcome of the Grandfather Sun...
People pray around a sacred fire during the pre-Hispanic mass of "The welcome of the Grandfather Sun and of the Sacred New Fire to the Humanity", to receive the 13th Baktun, in the morning, outside the Chi Ixim church in Tactic, Alta Verapaz region, December 21, 2012. This week, at sunrise on Friday, December 21, an era closes in the Maya Long Count calendar, an event that has been likened by different groups to the end of days, the start of a new, more spiritual age or a good reason to hang out at old Maya temples across Mexico and Central America. The Chi Ixim church is a sacred Mayan site. REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez (GUATEMALA - Tags: SOCIETY ANNIVERSARY RELIGION)
MAYA-CALENDAR/
RTR3BTC6
December 21, 2012
Musicians perform around a sacred fire during the pre-Hispanic mass of "The welcome of the Grandfather...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
Musicians perform around a sacred fire during the pre-Hispanic mass of "The welcome of the Grandfather...
Musicians perform around a sacred fire during the pre-Hispanic mass of "The welcome of the Grandfather Sun and of the Sacred New Fire to the Humanity", to receive the 13th Baktun, in the morning, outside the Chi Ixim church in Tactic, Alta Verapaz region, December 21, 2012. This week, at sunrise on Friday, December 21, an era closes in the Maya Long Count calendar, an event that has been likened by different groups to the end of days, the start of a new, more spiritual age or a good reason to hang out at old Maya temples across Mexico and Central America. The Chi Ixim church is a sacred Mayan site. REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez (GUATEMALA - Tags: SOCIETY ANNIVERSARY RELIGION)
MAYA-CALENDAR/
RTR3BTC1
December 21, 2012
A woman looks on at a sacred fire during the pre-Hispanic mass of "The welcome of the Grandfather Sun...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
A woman looks on around the sacred fire during the pre-Hispanic mass of "The welcome of the Grandfather...
A woman looks on at a sacred fire during the pre-Hispanic mass of "The welcome of the Grandfather Sun and of the Sacred New Fire to the Humanity", to receive the 13th Baktun, in the morning, outside the Chi Ixim church in Tactic, Alta Verapaz region, December 21, 2012. This week, at sunrise on Friday, December 21, an era closes in the Maya Long Count calendar, an event that has been likened by different groups to the end of days, the start of a new, more spiritual age or a good reason to hang out at old Maya temples across Mexico and Central America. The Chi Ixim church is a sacred Mayan site. REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez (GUATEMALA - Tags: SOCIETY ANNIVERSARY RELIGION)
MAYA-CALENDAR/
RTR3BTBZ
December 21, 2012
People pray as they walk around a sacred fire during the pre-Hispanic mass of "The welcome of the Grandfather...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
People pray as they walk around a sacred fire during the pre-Hispanic mass of "The welcome of the Grandfather...
People pray as they walk around a sacred fire during the pre-Hispanic mass of "The welcome of the Grandfather Sun and of the Sacred New Fire to the Humanity", to receive the 13th Baktun, in the morning, outside the Chi Ixim church in Tactic, Alta Verapaz region, December 21, 2012. This week, at sunrise on Friday, December 21, an era closes in the Maya Long Count calendar, an event that has been likened by different groups to the end of days, the start of a new, more spiritual age or a good reason to hang out at old Maya temples across Mexico and Central America. The Chi Ixim church is a sacred Mayan site. Picture taken with long exposure. REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez (GUATEMALA - Tags: SOCIETY ANNIVERSARY RELIGION)
MAYA-CALENDAR/
RTR3BTBM
December 21, 2012
A Mayan priest prays around a sacred fire during the pre-Hispanic mass of "The welcome of the Grandfather...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
A Mayan priest prays around a sacred fire during the pre-Hispanic mass of "The welcome of the Grandfather...
A Mayan priest prays around a sacred fire during the pre-Hispanic mass of "The welcome of the Grandfather Sun and of the Sacred New Fire to the Humanity", to receive the 13th Baktun, in the morning, outside the Chi Ixim church in Tactic, Alta Verapaz region, December 21, 2012. This week, at sunrise on Friday, December 21, an era closes in the Maya Long Count calendar, an event that has been likened by different groups to the end of days, the start of a new, more spiritual age or a good reason to hang out at old Maya temples across Mexico and Central America. The Chi Ixim church is a sacred Mayan site. REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez (GUATEMALA - Tags: SOCIETY ANNIVERSARY RELIGION)
MAYA-CALENDAR/
RTR3BTBH
December 21, 2012
A woman prays around a sacred fire during the pre-Hispanic mass of "The welcome of the Grandfather Sun...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
A woman prays around a sacred fire during the pre-Hispanic mass of "The welcome of the Grandfather Sun...
A woman prays around a sacred fire during the pre-Hispanic mass of "The welcome of the Grandfather Sun and of the Sacred New Fire to the Humanity", to receive the 13th Baktun, in the morning, outside the Chi Ixim church in Tactic, Alta Verapaz region, December 21, 2012. This week, at sunrise on Friday, December 21, an era closes in the Maya Long Count calendar, an event that has been likened by different groups to the end of days, the start of a new, more spiritual age or a good reason to hang out at old Maya temples across Mexico and Central America. The Chi Ixim church is a sacred Mayan site. REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez (GUATEMALA - Tags: SOCIETY ANNIVERSARY RELIGION)
MAYA-CALENDAR/
RTR3BSZB
December 21, 2012
A performer in costume takes part in a Mayan Culture Festival to commemorate the 13th bak'tun, an epoch...
Copan, Honduras
A performer in costume takes part in a Mayan Culture Festival in downtown Copan
A performer in costume takes part in a Mayan Culture Festival to commemorate the 13th bak'tun, an epoch lasting roughly 400 years, in downtown Copan December 20, 2012. On December 21, an era closes in the Maya Long Count calendar, an event that has been likened by different groups to the end of days, the start of a new, more spiritual age or a good reason to hang out at old Maya temples across Mexico and Central America. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera (HONDURAS - Tags: ANNIVERSARY SOCIETY RELIGION)
MAYA-CALENDAR/
RTR3BSZ9
December 21, 2012
Performers in costumes take part in a Mayan Culture Festival to commemorate the 13th bak'tun, an epoch...
Copan, Honduras
Performers in costumes take part in a Mayan Culture Festival in downtown Copan
Performers in costumes take part in a Mayan Culture Festival to commemorate the 13th bak'tun, an epoch lasting roughly 400 years, in downtown Copan December 20, 2012. On December 21, an era closes in the Maya Long Count calendar, an event that has been likened by different groups to the end of days, the start of a new, more spiritual age or a good reason to hang out at old Maya temples across Mexico and Central America. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera (HONDURAS - Tags: ANNIVERSARY RELIGION SOCIETY)
MAYA-CALENDAR/
RTR3BSZ6
December 21, 2012
Performers in costumes take part in a Mayan Culture Festival to commemorate the 13th bak'tun, an epoch...
Copan, Honduras
Performers in costumes take part in a Mayan Culture Festival in downtown Copan
Performers in costumes take part in a Mayan Culture Festival to commemorate the 13th bak'tun, an epoch lasting roughly 400 years, in downtown Copan December 20, 2012. On December 21, an era closes in the Maya Long Count calendar, an event that has been likened by different groups to the end of days, the start of a new, more spiritual age or a good reason to hang out at old Maya temples across Mexico and Central America. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera (HONDURAS - Tags: ANNIVERSARY SOCIETY)
MAYA-CALENDAR/
RTR3BSYZ
December 21, 2012
Performers in costumes take part in a Mayan Culture Festival to commemorate the 13th bak'tun, an epoch...
Copan, Honduras
Performers in costumes take part in a Mayan Culture Festival in downtown Copan
Performers in costumes take part in a Mayan Culture Festival to commemorate the 13th bak'tun, an epoch lasting roughly 400 years, in downtown Copan December 20, 2012. On December 21, an era closes in the Maya Long Count calendar, an event that has been likened by different groups to the end of days, the start of a new, more spiritual age or a good reason to hang out at old Maya temples across Mexico and Central America. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera (HONDURAS - Tags: ANNIVERSARY SOCIETY RELIGION)
MAYA-CALENDAR/
RTR3BSX1
December 21, 2012
Women place socks on a child before the pre-Hispanic mass of "Segunda Conexion" (Second Connection) to...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
Women place socks on a child before the pre-Hispanic mass of "Segunda Conexion" in Tactic
Women place socks on a child before the pre-Hispanic mass of "Segunda Conexion" (Second Connection) to commemorate the 13th bak'tun, an epoch lasting roughly 400 years, outside the Chi Ixim church in Tactic, Alta Verapaz region, December 20, 2012. This week, at sunrise on Friday, December 21, an era closes in the Maya Long Count calendar, an event that has been likened by different groups to the end of days, the start of a new, more spiritual age or a good reason to hang out at old Maya temples across Mexico and Central America. The Chi Ixim church is a sacred Mayan site.
REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez (GUATEMALA - Tags: SOCIETY ANNIVERSARY RELIGION)
MAYA-CALENDAR/
RTR3BSX0
December 21, 2012
People stand around a sacred fire during the pre-Hispanic mass of "Segunda Conexion", (Second Connection)...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
People stand around sacred fire during pre-Hispanic mass of "Segunda Conexion" outside the Chi Ixim church...
People stand around a sacred fire during the pre-Hispanic mass of "Segunda Conexion", (Second Connection) to commemorate the 13th bak'tun, an epoch lasting roughly 400 years, outside the Chi Ixim church in Tactic, Alta Verapaz region, December 20, 2012. This week, at sunrise on Friday, December 21, an era closes in the Maya Long Count calendar, an event that has been likened by different groups to the end of days, the start of a new, more spiritual age or a good reason to hang out at old Maya temples across Mexico and Central America. The Chi Ixim church is a sacred Mayan site.
Picture taken with long exposure. REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez (GUATEMALA - Tags: SOCIETY ANNIVERSARY RELIGION)
PERU/
RTR3BSWY
December 21, 2012
Peruvian shamans perform a ritual at a beach to prevent the end of the world, in Lima December 20, 2012....
Lima, Peru
Peruvian shamans perform a ritual at a beach to prevent the end of the world, in Lima
Peruvian shamans perform a ritual at a beach to prevent the end of the world, in Lima December 20, 2012. Shamans performed several rituals to calm believers and ward off the end of the world predictions. At sunrise on Friday, an era closes in the Maya Long Count calendar, an event that has been likened by different groups to the end of days, the start of a new, more spiritual age. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (PERU - Tags: SOCIETY)
MAYA-CALENDAR/
RTR3BSWX
December 21, 2012
People pray and dance around a sacred fire during the pre-Hispanic mass of "Segunda Conexion" (Second...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
People pray and dance around sacred fire during pre-Hispanic mass of "Segunda Conexion" outside the Chi...
People pray and dance around a sacred fire during the pre-Hispanic mass of "Segunda Conexion" (Second Connection) to commemorate the 13th bak'tun, an epoch lasting roughly 400 years, outside the Chi Ixim church in Tactic, Alta Verapaz region, December 20, 2012. On December 21, an era closes in the Maya Long Count calendar, an event that has been likened by different groups to the end of days, the start of a new, more spiritual age or a good reason to hang out at old Maya temples across Mexico and Central America. The Chi Ixim church is a sacred Mayan site. REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez (GUATEMALA - Tags: SOCIETY ANNIVERSARY RELIGION)
PERU/
RTR3BSWW
December 21, 2012
A Peruvian shaman performs a ritual at a beach to prevent the end of the world, in Lima December 20,...
Lima, Peru
A Peruvian shaman performs a ritual at a beach to prevent the end of the world, in Lima
A Peruvian shaman performs a ritual at a beach to prevent the end of the world, in Lima December 20, 2012. Shamans performed several rituals to calm believers and ward off the end of the world predictions. At sunrise on Friday, an era closes in the Maya Long Count calendar, an event that has been likened by different groups to the end of days, the start of a new, more spiritual age. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (PERU - Tags: SOCIETY)
MAYA-CALENDAR/
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December 21, 2012
A woman is "cleansed" with candles next to a sacred fire during the pre-Hispanic mass of "Segunda Conexion"...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
Woman is "cleansed" with candles next to sacred fire during pre-Hispanic mass of "Segunda Conexion" outside...
A woman is "cleansed" with candles next to a sacred fire during the pre-Hispanic mass of "Segunda Conexion" (Second Connection) to commemorate the 13th bak'tun, an epoch lasting roughly 400 years, outside the Chi Ixim church in Tactic, Alta Verapaz region, December 20, 2012. On December 21, an era closes in the Maya Long Count calendar, an event that has been likened by different groups to the end of days, the start of a new, more spiritual age or a good reason to hang out at old Maya temples across Mexico and Central America. The Chi Ixim church is a sacred Mayan site. REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez (GUATEMALA - Tags: SOCIETY ANNIVERSARY RELIGION)
PERU/
RTR3BSWU
December 21, 2012
Peruvian shamans performed a ritual at a beach to prevent the end of the world, in Lima December 20,...
Lima, Peru
Peruvian shamans performed a ritual at a beach to prevent the end of the world, in Lima
Peruvian shamans performed a ritual at a beach to prevent the end of the world, in Lima December 20, 2012. Shamans performed several rituals to calm believers and ward off the end of the world predictions. At sunrise on Friday, an era closes in the Maya Long Count calendar, an event that has been likened by different groups to the end of days, the start of a new, more spiritual age. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (PERU - Tags: SOCIETY)
PERU/
RTR3BSWT
December 21, 2012
Peruvian shamans perform a ritual at a beach to prevent the end of the world, in Lima December 20, 2012....
Lima, Peru
Peruvian shamans perform a ritual at a beach to prevent the end of the world, in Lima
Peruvian shamans perform a ritual at a beach to prevent the end of the world, in Lima December 20, 2012. Shamans performed several rituals to calm believers and ward off the end of the world predictions. At sunrise on Friday, an era closes in the Maya Long Count calendar, an event that has been likened by different groups to the end of days, the start of a new, more spiritual age. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (PERU - Tags: SOCIETY)
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December 21, 2012
A man arranges pre-Hispanic symbols and the Guatemalan flag (C) before the pre-Hispanic mass of "Segunda...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
Man arranges pre-Hispanic symbols and Guatemalan flag before pre-Hispanic mass of "Segunda Conexion"...
A man arranges pre-Hispanic symbols and the Guatemalan flag (C) before the pre-Hispanic mass of "Segunda Conexion" (Second Connection) to commemorate the 13th bak'tun, an epoch lasting roughly 400 years, outside the Chi Ixim church in Tactic, Alta Verapaz region, December 20, 2012. On December 21, an era closes in the Maya Long Count calendar, an event that has been likened by different groups to the end of days, the start of a new, more spiritual age or a good reason to hang out at old Maya temples across Mexico and Central America. The Chi Ixim church is a sacred Mayan site. REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez (GUATEMALA - Tags: SOCIETY ANNIVERSARY RELIGION)
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December 21, 2012
Peruvian shamans perform a ritual at a beach to prevent the end of the world, in Lima December 20, 2012....
Lima, Peru
Peruvian shamans perform a ritual at a beach to prevent the end of the world, in Lima
Peruvian shamans perform a ritual at a beach to prevent the end of the world, in Lima December 20, 2012. Shamans performed several rituals to calm believers and ward off the end of the world predictions. At sunrise on Friday, an era closes in the Maya Long Count calendar, an event that has been likened by different groups to the end of days, the start of a new, more spiritual age. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (PERU - Tags: SOCIETY)
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December 21, 2012
Peruvian shamans perform a ritual at a beach to prevent the end of the world, in Lima December 20, 2012....
Lima, Peru
Peruvian shamans perform a ritual at a beach to prevent the end of the world, in Lima
Peruvian shamans perform a ritual at a beach to prevent the end of the world, in Lima December 20, 2012. Shamans performed several rituals to calm believers and ward off the end of the world predictions. At sunrise on Friday, an era closes in the Maya Long Count calendar, an event that has been likened by different groups to the end of days, the start of a new, more spiritual age. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (PERU - Tags: DISASTER SOCIETY)
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December 21, 2012
Mayan priest Carlos Tun blows a conch shell horn during the pre-Hispanic mass of "Segunda Conexion" (Second...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
Mayan priest Tun blows conch shell horn during pre-Hispanic mass of "Segunda Conexion" outside the Chi...
Mayan priest Carlos Tun blows a conch shell horn during the pre-Hispanic mass of "Segunda Conexion" (Second Connection) to commemorate the 13th bak'tun, an epoch lasting roughly 400 years, outside the Chi Ixim church in Tactic, Alta Verapaz region, December 20, 2012. On December 21, an era closes in the Maya Long Count calendar, an event that has been likened by different groups to the end of days, the start of a new, more spiritual age or a good reason to hang out at old Maya temples across Mexico and Central America. The Chi Ixim church is a sacred Mayan site. REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez (GUATEMALA - Tags: SOCIETY ANNIVERSARY RELIGION)
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December 21, 2012
A woman burns incense and walks past a child during the pre-Hispanic mass of "Segunda Conexion" (Second...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
Woman burns incense and walks past a child during pre-Hispanic mass of "Segunda Conexion" outside the...
A woman burns incense and walks past a child during the pre-Hispanic mass of "Segunda Conexion" (Second Connection) to commemorate the 13th bak'tun, an epoch lasting roughly 400 years, outside the Chi Ixim church in Tactic, Alta Verapaz region, December 20, 2012. On December 21, an era closes in the Maya Long Count calendar, an event that has been likened by different groups to the end of days, the start of a new, more spiritual age or a good reason to hang out at old Maya temples across Mexico and Central America. The Chi Ixim church is a sacred Mayan site. REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez (GUATEMALA - Tags: SOCIETY ANNIVERSARY RELIGION)
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December 21, 2012
Peruvian shamans carry an offering to the sea during a ritual at a beach to prevent the end of the world,...
Lima, Peru
Peruvian shamans carry an offering to the sea during a ritual at a beach to prevent the end of the world,...
Peruvian shamans carry an offering to the sea during a ritual at a beach to prevent the end of the world, in Lima December 20, 2012. Shamans performed several rituals to calm believers and ward off the end of the world predictions. At sunrise on Friday, an era closes in the Maya Long Count calendar, an event that has been likened by different groups to the end of days, the start of a new, more spiritual age. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (PERU - Tags: SOCIETY)
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December 21, 2012
A Peruvian shaman performs a ritual at a beach to prevent the end of the world, in Lima December 20,...
Lima, Peru
A Peruvian shaman performs a ritual at a beach to prevent the end of the world, in Lima
A Peruvian shaman performs a ritual at a beach to prevent the end of the world, in Lima December 20, 2012. Shamans performed several rituals to calm believers and ward off the end of the world predictions. At sunrise on Friday, an era closes in the Maya Long Count calendar, an event that has been likened by different groups to the end of days, the start of a new, more spiritual age. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (PERU - Tags: SOCIETY)
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December 21, 2012
Peruvian shamans perform a ritual at a beach to prevent the end of the world, in Lima December 20, 2012....
Lima, Peru
Peruvian shamans perform a ritual at a beach to prevent the end of the world, in Lima
Peruvian shamans perform a ritual at a beach to prevent the end of the world, in Lima December 20, 2012. Shamans performed several rituals to calm believers and ward off the end of the world predictions. At sunrise on Friday, an era closes in the Maya Long Count calendar, an event that has been likened by different groups to the end of days, the start of a new, more spiritual age. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (PERU - Tags: SOCIETY)
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December 21, 2012
Mayan priests pray around a sacred fire during the pre-Hispanic mass of "Segunda Conexion" (Second Connection),...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
Mayan priests pray around sacred fire during pre-Hispanic mass of "Segunda Conexion" outside Chi Ixim...
Mayan priests pray around a sacred fire during the pre-Hispanic mass of "Segunda Conexion" (Second Connection), to commemorate the 13th bak'tun, an epoch lasting roughly 400 years, outside the Chi Ixim church in Tactic, Alta Verapaz region, December 20, 2012. On December 21, an era closes in the Maya Long Count calendar, an event that has been likened by different groups to the end of days, the start of a new, more spiritual age or a good reason to hang out at old Maya temples across Mexico and Central America. The Chi Ixim church is a sacred Mayan site. REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez (GUATEMALA - Tags: SOCIETY ANNIVERSARY RELIGION)
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December 21, 2012
A Peruvian shaman performs a ritual at a beach to prevent the end of the world, in Lima December 20,...
Lima, Peru
A Peruvian shaman performs a ritual at a beach to prevent the end of the world, in Lima
A Peruvian shaman performs a ritual at a beach to prevent the end of the world, in Lima December 20, 2012. Shamans performed several rituals to calm believers and ward off the end of the world predictions. At sunrise on Friday, an era closes in the Maya Long Count calendar, an event that has been likened by different groups to the end of days, the start of a new, more spiritual age. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (PERU - Tags: SOCIETY)
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December 21, 2012
A woman burns candles in the sacred fire during the pre-Hispanic mass of "Segunda Conexion" (Second Connection)...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
Woman burns candles during pre-Hispanic mass of "Segunda Conexion" outside Chi Ixim church in Tactic
A woman burns candles in the sacred fire during the pre-Hispanic mass of "Segunda Conexion" (Second Connection) to commemorate the 13th bak'tun, an epoch lasting roughly 400 years, outside the Chi Ixim church in Tactic, Alta Verapaz region, December 20, 2012. On December 21, an era closes in the Maya Long Count calendar, an event that has been likened by different groups to the end of days, the start of a new, more spiritual age or a good reason to hang out at old Maya temples across Mexico and Central America. The Chi Ixim church is a sacred Mayan site. REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez (GUATEMALA - Tags: SOCIETY ANNIVERSARY RELIGION)
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December 21, 2012
A man is "cleansed" with candles next to a sacred fire during the pre-Hispanic mass of "Segunda Conexion"...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
Man is "cleansed" next to a sacred fire during pre-Hispanic mass of "Segunda Conexion" outside Chi Ixim...
A man is "cleansed" with candles next to a sacred fire during the pre-Hispanic mass of "Segunda Conexion" (Second Connection) to commemorate the 13th bak'tun, an epoch lasting roughly 400 years, outside the Chi Ixim church in Tactic, Alta Verapaz region, December 20, 2012. On December 21, an era closes in the Maya Long Count calendar, an event that has been likened by different groups to the end of days, the start of a new, more spiritual age or a good reason to hang out at old Maya temples across Mexico and Central America. The Chi Ixim church is a sacred Mayan site. REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez (GUATEMALA - Tags: SOCIETY ANNIVERSARY RELIGION)
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December 21, 2012
Peruvian shamans perform a ritual at a beach to prevent the end of the world, in Lima December 20, 2012....
Lima, Peru
Peruvian shamans perform a ritual at a beach to prevent the end of the world, in Lima
Peruvian shamans perform a ritual at a beach to prevent the end of the world, in Lima December 20, 2012. Shamans performed several rituals to calm believers and ward off the end of the world predictions. At sunrise on Friday, an era closes in the Maya Long Count calendar, an event that has been likened by different groups to the end of days, the start of a new, more spiritual age. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (PERU - Tags: SOCIETY)
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December 20, 2012
Carlos Tun, a Mayan priest, prays and participates in the pre-Hispanic mass of "Primera Conexion" and...
TACTIC, Guatemala
Carlos Tun, a Mayan priest, prays and participates in the pre-Hispanic mass of "Primera Conexion" and...
Carlos Tun, a Mayan priest, prays and participates in the pre-Hispanic mass of "Primera Conexion" and "Sincronizacion Espiritual" (First Connection and Spiritual Synchronization), to commemorate the 13th Baktun, outside the Chi Ixim church in Tactic, Alta Verapaz region, December 20, 2012. This week, at sunrise on Friday, December 21, an era closes in the Maya Long Count calendar, an event that has been likened by different groups to the end of days, the start of a new, more spiritual age or a good reason to hang out at old Maya temples across Mexico and Central America. The Chi Ixim church is a sacred Mayan site.
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December 20, 2012
Two men walk, in the morning, along the road to Chicoy, in the Alta Verapaz region, some 180km, (110...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
Two men walk in the morning in the road to Chicoy, in the Alta Verapaz region
Two men walk, in the morning, along the road to Chicoy, in the Alta Verapaz region, some 180km, (110 miles), from Guatemala City, December 20, 2012. This week, at sunrise on Friday, December 21, an era closes in the Maya Long Count calendar, an event that has been likened by different groups to the end of days, the start of a new, more spiritual age or a good reason to hang out at old Maya temples across Mexico and Central America. REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez (GUATEMALA - Tags: SOCIETY)
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December 20, 2012
A man prays and participates in the pre-Hispanic mass of "Primera Conexion" and "Sincronizacion Espiritual"...
TACTIC, Guatemala
A man prays and participates in the pre-Hispanic mass of "Primera Conexion" and "Sincronizacion Espiritual",...
A man prays and participates in the pre-Hispanic mass of "Primera Conexion" and "Sincronizacion Espiritual" (First Connection and Spiritual Synchronization), to commemorate the 13th Baktun, outside the Chi Ixim church in Tactic, Alta Verapaz region, December 20, 2012. This week, at sunrise on Friday, December 21, an era closes in the Maya Long Count calendar, an event that has been likened by different groups to the end of days, the start of a new, more spiritual age or a good reason to hang out at old Maya temples across Mexico and Central America. The Chi Ixim church is a sacred Mayan site.
REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez (GUATEMALA - Tags: SOCIETY)
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December 20, 2012
Mayan priests kiss the floor during the pre-Hispanic mass of "Primera Conexion" and "Sincronizacion Espiritual"...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
Mayan priests kiss the floor during the pre-Hispanic mass of "Primera Conexion" and "Sincronizacion Espiritual",...
Mayan priests kiss the floor during the pre-Hispanic mass of "Primera Conexion" and "Sincronizacion Espiritual" (First Connection and Spiritual Synchronization), to commemorate the 13th Baktun, outside the Chi Ixim church in Tactic, Alta Verapaz region, December 20, 2012. This week, at sunrise on Friday, December 21, an era closes in the Maya Long Count calendar, an event that has been likened by different groups to the end of days, the start of a new, more spiritual age or a good reason to hang out at old Maya temples across Mexico and Central America. The Chi Ixim church is a sacred Mayan site. REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez (GUATEMALA - Tags: SOCIETY)
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December 20, 2012
Indigenous women hold candles and participate in the pre-Hispanic mass of "Primera Conexion" and "Sincronizacion...
TACTIC, Guatemala
Indigenous women hold candles and participate in the pre-Hispanic mass of "Primera Conexion" and "Sincronizacion...
Indigenous women hold candles and participate in the pre-Hispanic mass of "Primera Conexion" and "Sincronizacion Espiritual" (First Connection and Spiritual Synchronization), to commemorate the 13th Baktun, outside the Chi Ixim church in Tactic, Alta Verapaz region, December 20, 2012. This week, at sunrise on Friday, December 21, an era closes in the Maya Long Count calendar, an event that has been likened by different groups to the end of days, the start of a new, more spiritual age or a good reason to hang out at old Maya temples across Mexico and Central America. The Chi Ixim church is a sacred Mayan site.
REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez (GUATEMALA - Tags: SOCIETY)
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December 20, 2012
Carlos Tun, a Mayan priest, prays and participates in the pre-Hispanic mass of "Primera Conexion" and...
TACTIC, Guatemala
Carlos Tun, a Mayan priest, prays and participates in the pre-Hispanic mass of "Primera Conexion" and...
Carlos Tun, a Mayan priest, prays and participates in the pre-Hispanic mass of "Primera Conexion" and "Sincronizacion Espiritual" (First Connection and Spiritual Synchronization), to commemorate the 13th Baktun, outside the Chi Ixim church in Tactic, Alta Verapaz region, December 20, 2012. This week, at sunrise on Friday, December 21, an era closes in the Maya Long Count calendar, an event that has been likened by different groups to the end of days, the start of a new, more spiritual age or a good reason to hang out at old Maya temples across Mexico and Central America. The Chi Ixim church is a sacred Mayan site. REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez (GUATEMALA - Tags: SOCIETY)
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December 20, 2012
Indigenous people stand around the sacred fire during the mass of "Primera Conexion" and "Sincronizacion...
TACTIC, Guatemala
Indigenous people stand around the sacred fire during the mass of "Primera Conexion" and "Sincronizacion...
Indigenous people stand around the sacred fire during the mass of "Primera Conexion" and "Sincronizacion Espiritual" (First Connection and Spiritual Synchronization), to commemorate the 13th Baktun, outside the Chi Ixim church in Tactic, Alta Verapaz region December 20, 2012. This week, at sunrise on Friday, December 21, an era closes in the Maya Long Count calendar, an event that has been likened by different groups to the end of days, the start of a new, more spiritual age or a good reason to hang out at old Maya temples across Mexico and Central America. The Chi Ixim church is a sacred Mayan site. REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez (GUATEMALA - Tags: SOCIETY)
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December 20, 2012
Indigenous people participate in the pre-Hispanic mass of "Primera Conexion" and "Sincronizacion Espiritual"...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
Indigenous people participate in the pre-Hispanic mass of "Primera Conexion" and "Sincronizacion Espiritual",...
Indigenous people participate in the pre-Hispanic mass of "Primera Conexion" and "Sincronizacion Espiritual" (First Connection and Spiritual Synchronization), to commemorate the 13th Baktun, outside the Chi Ixim church in Tactic, Alta Verapaz region December 20, 2012. This week, at sunrise on Friday, December 21, an era closes in the Maya Long Count calendar, an event that has been likened by different groups to the end of days, the start of a new, more spiritual age or a good reason to hang out at old Maya temples across Mexico and Central America. The Chi Ixim church is a sacred Mayan site. REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez (GUATEMALA - Tags: SOCIETY)
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December 20, 2012
A shaman takes part in a traditional spiritual ceremony among the ruins at the archaeological site of...
Copan, Honduras
A shaman takes part in a traditional spiritual ceremony among the ruins at the archaeological site of...
A shaman takes part in a traditional spiritual ceremony among the ruins at the archaeological site of the Maya civilization of Copan December 20, 2012. This week, at sunrise on Friday, December 21, an era closes in the Maya Long Count calendar, an event that has been likened by different groups to the end of days, the start of a new, more spiritual age or a good reason to hang out at old Maya temples across Mexico and Central America. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera (HONDURAS - Tags: SOCIETY)
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December 20, 2012
Visitors watch as a shaman takes part in a traditional spiritual ceremony among the ruins at the archaeological...
Copan, Honduras
Visitors watch as a shaman takes part in a traditional spiritual ceremony among the ruins at the archaeological...
Visitors watch as a shaman takes part in a traditional spiritual ceremony among the ruins at the archaeological site of the Maya civilization of Copan December 20, 2012. This week, at sunrise on Friday, December 21, an era closes in the Maya Long Count calendar, an event that has been likened by different groups to the end of days, the start of a new, more spiritual age or a good reason to hang out at old Maya temples across Mexico and Central America. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera (HONDURAS - Tags: SOCIETY)
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December 19, 2012
Visitors tour the archaeological site of the Maya civilization of Copan December 19, 2012. This week,...
Copan, Honduras
Visitors tour the archaeological site of the Maya civilization of Copan
Visitors tour the archaeological site of the Maya civilization of Copan December 19, 2012. This week, at sunrise on Friday, December 21, an era closes in the Maya Long Count calendar, an event that has been likened by different groups to the end of days, the start of a new, more spiritual age or a good reason to hang out at old Maya temples across Mexico and Central America. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera (HONDURAS - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL)
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December 19, 2012
A tourist visits the archaeological site of the Maya civilization of Copan December 19, 2012. This week,...
Copan, Honduras
Tourist visits archaeological site of the Maya civilization of Copan
A tourist visits the archaeological site of the Maya civilization of Copan December 19, 2012. This week, at sunrise on Friday, December 21, an era closes in the Maya Long Count calendar, an event that has been likened by different groups to the end of days, the start of a new, more spiritual age or a good reason to hang out at old Maya temples across Mexico and Central America. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera (HONDURAS - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL)
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December 19, 2012
Visitors tour the archaeological site of the Maya civilization of Copan December 19, 2012. This week,...
Copan, Honduras
Visitors tour the archaeological site of the Maya civilization of Copan
Visitors tour the archaeological site of the Maya civilization of Copan December 19, 2012. This week, at sunrise on Friday, December 21, an era closes in the Maya Long Count calendar, an event that has been likened by different groups to the end of days, the start of a new, more spiritual age or a good reason to hang out at old Maya temples across Mexico and Central America. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera (HONDURAS - Tags: SOCIETY)
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