The Mayan doomsday calendar event is like no other apocalypse prediction, but even if the world doesn’t end on December 21, 2012, there will be people who made a lot of money from all the hype.
Some people are taking these predictions seriously, even though they were mostly made up over time by conspiracy theorists and numerologists. It is true that we have seen more solar storms during the year and that the Mayans worshiped the Sun God. But there have been other times when the Earth was battered by solar winds from space.
The one fact we do know, the Mayan people were very smart and knew how to read the stars. It’s possible that the Mayans found a pattern in low-latitude a auroras and predicted a coming disaster for Earth.
The doomsday event has been rapid for about 15 years, and a lot of people say there is a reason to be concerned. Some predictions keep pointing to the Sun, which will melt ice and cause massive floods, other predictions say the Sun will burn up all of the food. Well, for one fact, most of the crop in America’s heartland was burned this year, and is currently going through a drought.
About The End of Days 2012
The ancestors of the practicing Mayans say nothing will happen on 12/12/21, and that all of the predictions about the end of the world were created by man.
It is true that the Mayan calendar ends on December 21, but it’s only the ending of a cycle. A new cycle begins on December 22. There is no real end of the calendar.
There have been several predictions for the end of the world, and how it will end. The Mayan doomsday prophecy is just another prediction and there’s more evidence that life as we know it will not end on December 21st. People have listened to prophets for many years, planned for the end, and have met only disappointment.
If the world is going to end, perhaps it will end only on Earth’s own accord and not by “signs and wonders” of ancient doctrines or the stars.