The end of civilization 2012

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An apocalypse is predicted by many great prophets, religious scriptures, and scientific evidence- they all point to a possible devastating event happening on December 21, 2012. 

No one can tell you what exactly is going to happen on December 21 2012. Although this date may not necessarily mark the end of the world, it is widely believed that it may indeed mark the end of the world “as we know it”. There could be a true world-wide war, a surge in earthquakes, hurricanes, fires, storms and other natural disasters, or a new species may reveal itself to humanity.

The ancient Mayan civilization- dating from about 200 A.D. to 900 A.D.- are reknowned for their dexterity with numbers, astronomy and calendars. The calendar they devised, depicted all time, ends on the date December 21, 2012. They also have left behind a fascinating piece of art called “Pacal and The Sacred Tree.” There is speculation that the art shows a man inside a space craft; which is absurd considering the time period it’s supposed to be from.

The Ancient Chinese calendar, the I Ching, also ends on December 21, 2012. Plus, the Hopi indian tribe, and Nostradamus made predictions about the world ending on that same date, as well as Hindu prophecies. Even the Bibles prophesizes it in the Book of Revelations. All of these predictions include events that lead up to the apocalypse- some of which some people believe to have already occured, like the 1905 San Francisco earthquake, the 1970 earthquake of South America, the 1995 earthquake in Kobe, Japan, the 2008 earthquake in China, war in the middle east, the opening of the Berlin wall and the overall loss of morality in humanity.

The Science that backs the 12/21/2012 phenomenon includes a shift in the Earth’s orbit in equinoxes, possible comet impact, and polar shifts. There is also apossibility of human DNA changing- people and times have changed so much in the past 5 decades; there may be some effect on our DNA.


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