In one form or another, all religions and philosophies have taught about the ultimate destiny of man, society, and the cosmos as they do about the first things or origins. Many are bibical. The one receiving attention lately is the Mayan Long Count Calendar. It calculates the date of creation as August 11,3114 B.C. The calendar is 5,125 years old ending on December 21,2012. This date has caused various people to conclude that the year 2012 is the end of the world in prophecy. Supposedly the Mayas received their astronomical calculations from “Kulcan”. Kulcan was described as a white man with a beard from beyond the sea. Some people think the Maya were predicting the end of a cycle and the start of a new cycle.
The Hopi, a Native American tribe that lives in Arizona believe that the world has ended numerous times. They believe we are approaching the newest “End” and “Beginning” which is to come.
Here are the 2012 predictions: a collision with the earth from a large object from space. It could be Nibiru or Planet X. If Nibiru moves through our solar system the gravitational pull might cause the polar ice caps to slip dramatically. This event would cause huge changes on the earth. Where there was water, the surface could end up dry and other areas of land could be flooded. Many scholars believe the shifting of the polar ice cap would be slow ,taking a long period of time.
The reversal of the north and south poles are said to lead to earthquakes, tsunamis, and volcanoes. The north and south poles can’t change position only the magnetic poles which generally take thousands of years.
A Gamma-ray burst from a distant supernova that would annihilate the world.
A worldwide nuclear war destroying the earth.
Massive extinctions due to natural phenomenon.
A flare-up of the sun causing disasters, planetary harm, weakened magnetic poles and an excess of radiation.
The cosmic alignment of the Milky Way Galaxy with the sun and earth causing an unknown event to occur.
These are just a sample of 2012 predictions that are out there.
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