(KCEN) -- Mexico's Mayan ruins are apparently the place to be today.
New age mystics, spiritual adventurers and curiosity seekers are all there today in anticipation of the end of the Mayan calendar tomorrow.
Mexican officials estimate some 100,000 people will visit the ruins today and tomorrow alone.
Some visitors believe the end of the calendar means the end of the days, but others believe it simply marks a new calendar cycle.
All the tourists have different opinions on what it means.
Otto Martin, who is a production manager from Los Angeles, said, "We're hoping for some sort of a contact event and to meet some beings of other species. We're basically just hoping to ask them for help."
The Mayan calendar ends on December 21, 2012.