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The phrase “And it came to pass” occurs in scriptural works as follows:    Old Testament – 526 times    New Testament – 87 times    Book of Mormon – 1,381 times        Recent discoveries in the translations by noted Maya scholars shed light on the glyphs of the 7th Century AD Maya ruins of Palenque, manifesting this symbol many times on the wall panels of the Temple of Inscriptions.     This glyph was a stone carved symbol, and a painted symbol, translated as “And it came to pass.”

The phrase “And it came to pass” occurs in scriptural works as follows: Old Testament – 526 times New Testament – 87 times Book of Mormon – 1,381 times Recent discoveries in the translations by noted Maya scholars shed light on the glyphs of the 7th Century AD Maya ruins of Palenque, manifesting this symbol many times on the wall panels of the Temple of Inscriptions. This glyph was a stone carved symbol, and a painted symbol, translated as “And it came to pass.”

AND IT CAME TO PASS - BOOK OF MORMON LDS MAYAN ARTIFACT UTCHI GLYPH DESK ART

And it came to pass - book of mormon lds mayan artifact utchi glyph desk art

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Mayan Glyph Symbol for Justice Peace and Truth - Bronze Amulet

Mayan Glyph Symbol for Justice Peace and Truth - Bronze Amulet - Mayan Codex Glyph Design Pendant Handmade Bronze Mayan Symbol Pendant Gift

Mayan calender symbol for water, Muluk(pronounced mul ok). Muluk is water and ‘that which is gathered up’.  Muluk represents the the ebb and flow of life as well as the journey of a river to the collective oneness of all rivers gathering in the vastness the oceans.    This is one of twenty Mayan Solar symbols of their celestial calender.

Mayan calender symbol for water, Muluk(pronounced mul ok). Muluk is water and ‘that which is gathered up’. Muluk represents the the ebb and flow of life as well as the journey of a river to the collective oneness of all rivers gathering in the vastness the oceans. This is one of twenty Mayan Solar symbols of their celestial calender.

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