July 16, 2012

    “We read a book which we highly recommend as a way to clarify what the Mayas believed about 2012. At the same time you will learn about their culture and about their prophecy. The book is called “Maya 2012 Revealed: Demystifying the Prophecy,” written by Jeanine Kitchel. In a straightforward, easy style, the author has shared the results of her years of research and fascination with the Mayan people and their history.” Read on...

This Yucatan Today book review was published on July 12, 2012


Author of Where the Sky is Born and the new nonfiction title, Maya 2012 Revealed

    Who were the Maya?  What motivated them to create ethereal pyramids and intricate calendars?  Is December 21, 2012 a paradigm shift or simply resetting the clock?


    Author Jeanine Kitchel brings her knowledge as a dedicated Mayaphile to light after a thorough investigation of both sides of the spectrum. Her research gives competing views from Maya scholars and the new age 2012ologists. Maya 2012 Revealed explains how we're even able to know that an "end" date was written in Maya glyphs due to the recent breakthrough in the Maya code. The book explains the Maya calendar system, details the Maya's fixation on the night sky and the Milky Way.  It touches on Maya writing and hieroglyphics, the abandonment  and collapse of the classic sites, and ends with the prophecy found at Tortuguero in Tabasco, Mexico.


    Rather than textbook examples of what 2012 means, Kitchel shares her findings in the straightforward style her readers have come to love.


    Now available as an e-book from Kindle, iTunes, and Nook, and available in paperback edition from Amazon. Stay tuned to the author's website and blog for further updates and information.

Maya 2012 Revealed: Demystifying the Prophecy

Copyright Jeanine Kitchel

Featured on “Seeing Beyond with Bonnie Coleen”

May 16, 2012

    “Her ongoing interest in the Maya escalated when she opened a bookstore and began meeting archeologists, tour guides and locals who passed through the shop. Her early travels had taken her to the major sites--Chichen Itza, Tulum, Uxmal, Palenque--but living in Maya Mexico gave her the opportunity to explore those that were far off the beaten path. Flash forward to 2012 and the end date debate. Who better to author a book describing the end time prophecy than Jeanine? As a Journalist, she brings a realistic tone to the topic, with an emphasis on who the Maya are, breaking the code, their calendar system, Maya astronomy, 2012ology, and the collapse and the prophecy as seen by Maya elders.”

      Listen here. This program aired May 16, 2012, from 8:00 to 9:00 AM on KEST 1450 AM, San Francisco

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México Today Book Review

July 12, 2012

    “Kitchel has written an essential book for anyone who would like to learn about the Maya. She has condensed volumes of information into an easy-to-read and understand page-turner. So what is her conclusion about what will happen on December 21? Well, just pick up an ebook copy for a cheap price to find out...” Read on...

This México Today book review by David Simmonds was published on June 20, 2012


Now Available in Paperback Edition

July 16, 2012

    Maya 2012 Revealed is now available for $8.99 in paperback edition on Amazon.com! Two-day shipping is available. Click here to order a copy.

Yucatan Today Book Review

Featured on KCBX FM’s “IdeaSphere”

July 16, 2012

    Guy Rathbun interviews Jeanine on who were the Maya, the code, the calendar system and the Maya prophecy.  "The Maya elders believe that at this time, time does not exist.  They call it disordered time, which is very beautiful. They believe humanity is being called to a great test."

Listen here. This program aired June 20, 2012, from 6:30 to 7:00 PM on KCBX 90.1 FM, San Luis Obispo

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Jeanine Writes for Yahoo Voices

July 30, 2012

    “In this year of the Maya, the obsession has been all about the Maya calendar and the media frenzy over the end date of their Long Count on December 21, 2012.


    But obscured beneath this much-hyped date lies the core of Maya brilliance: their unfailing ability to accurately chronicle, assimilate and compute the calculations of eclipses, lunation and rotation cycles. Because of their fascination with the night sky they became known as naked eye astronomers.” Read on...

This Yahoo Voices article was published on July 19, 2012