The Six Myths about End of the World in 2012

When the movie 2012 conquered the Cinemas there were so many people who almost believed in it. Psychics and mystics even had their own interpretation of their visions and forecasts. The number of natural calamities and other uncontrolled happenings around us could be part of the End of the World in 2012. According to the movie 2012 the Maya calendar predicted the end of the world in December 21, 2012.

Now, what are the things that you should know about this end of the world subject by almost everyone? Do you have to believe the movie and the forecasts of the Maya calendar? Will the world meet its end this December 21, 2012? And would it end like it was depicted on the movie? There are tons of questions that you could create from your mind and you can choose to believe what you truly believe about it or what others may say to you.

There are six myths debunked about this 2012 end of the world theories. As reported from NASA when people heard about this 2012 theory many asked them if it is true and many said they would have to kill themselves and even their own children just to avoid suffering when the day comes that the world would end in 2012. This was alarming and this is one reason that we try to see the 6 myths about it.

First, the Maya calendar forecasted the end of the world in 2012. To be very clear their calendar does not end in 2012. It was the year where the Maya had the grandest cycle in their calendar. The Maya considered the winter season in 2012 as the end of the last creation since they practice the long count calendar. After this they consider to have the era ended and a new cycle begins and starts at zero from their cyclical calendar.

Second, the earth will become a death trap as it undergoes pole shift. As seen in the movie the cities were dumped into the sea there were tsunamis, endless earthquakes, volcanic eruptions and other natural disasters. As supported by scientists there can be changes and movements in the earth but that can be caused by melting ice caps and yes there can be shifts but the process for it takes too slow for any human being to feel it.

Third, the most awaited galactic alignment in 2012. Most fortunetellers and horoscope writers makes galactic alignment a big deal but for scientists this alignment does not mean anything at all. This alignment does not even have a single impact on planet earth.

Fourth, the exciting collision of Nibiru (Planet X) to the earth. Well, according to NASA this Planet X does not exist at all, if it does then they could have studied it for so long and this could have been visible to them.

Fifth, the sun will send forth solar storms to planet earth. Scientists on the other hand have not seen any possibility for the sun just too simply fry the earth that way.

Sixth, the Maya had a clear prediction for 2012. Well, sad to say according to researchers the Maya did not have any clear predictions as to what would happen in 2012.

Those were some of the common myths we heard and take note those were just myths about the end of the world in 2012. You are accountable to your own beliefs but take note you also need to read on facts.

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