The archaeologists of the National Institute of Anthropology and History said that among the Mayan ruins was found a second reference in footnote apocalypse of 2012. The Institute would find out the date of the Apocalypse carved on a brick in the ruins of Comalcalco in southern Mexico. This is a test that enriches the only one found so far, that is a stone tablet found in the archaeological site of Tortuguero in the state of Tabasco. A spokesman for the Institute, Arturo Mendez, reported that the fragment, known as "Brick Comalcalco" was found some years ago, and was the subject of detailed study. When would you kept in a safe place at the Institute. The brick and tablet Comalcalco Tortuguero were recorded at least 1,300 years ago, and both hide a cryptic message. According to David Stuart, a specialist in Mayan epigraphy at the University of Texas at Austin, the date engraved on the brick is a "Calendar Round", a combination of day and location of the month, which is repeated every 52 years. ' The date coincides with the end of Baktun 13. The Baktun were approximately 394-year periods and the number 13 was sacred and meaningful to the Maya. The Mayan Long Count calendar begins in 3114 BC and the 13th Baktun ends around December 21 2012.L 'membership in the tablet Tortuguero describes something that should take place in 2012 and involving Yokte Bolon, a mysterious Mayan god associated with both the war that the creation. The fact is that erosion is the crack in the stone made the end of the passage almost illegible, even if in some glyphs can be read "He shall descend from heaven." The brick Comalcalco, for its part, is also very strange in that, the brick containing the inscriptions, covered with stucco, was set facing the inside of the wall, not visible to observers Esterino, suggesting that he should not be seen. The National Institute of Anthropology and History has long said that the rumors about the end or change the world, an event which should coincide in late December 2012, is a misinterpretation of the Mayan calendars from the West. Given the strength with which circulate on the internet rumors of an impending disaster in 2012, the Institute is organizing a meeting of experts at the Mayan archaeological site of Palenque in southern Mexico, to clarify 'some doubts about the end of a' period and the beginning of another, according to the Mayan calendar '.