6 07 2009

Yup. You heard it right. Its all going to end on 2012.

December 21st, 2012 to be exact. Why you ask? Frankly speaking, because the Mayans, Hindus, Christians, Scientists and Historians said so. But is all of this true? Are we really not going to see 2013?

AHR takes you through the most factual and recent data supporting the 2012 Doomsday Theory.

The Mayans

According to followers of the Mayan Calendar Prophecy, the Mayan civilization saw the future with unmatched clarity, they foresaw important global and galactic events, and predicted a particular doomsday to occur in late 2012.

If they were so good at seeing the future, why didn’t one of them mention an earlier kind of doomsday for the Maya, that of 1517, and the coming of the Spanish Conquistadores? You would think that their future suffering from enslavement and smallpox would have set off some alarm bells for a skilled prognosticator — we’re just saying.

Back in 238 B.C. (or so, maybe 236) someone in Mesoamerica (likely not even a Mayan), chose a specific day many years prior in a pair of overlapping calendars as the date of the beginning of the world. This person used the 260-day sacred almanac (Tzolkin), and the 365-day secular calendar (Haab‘), calendars used across Mesoamerica, not just among the Maya. The chosen day corresponds, in our Gregorian calendar, to August 11, 3114 B.C. This ancient person had his reasons for choosing that day, but they weren’t terribly good ones, especially when you consider that he was effectively assigning it the origin of the world.

He then combined the Haab‘ and Tzolkin into a complex cycle of 52 years called the Calendar Round. To measure longer spans of time, he extrapolated their concepts of time into the so-called Long Count calendar — the source of the alleged prophecy — said to be on cycles of about 5,125 years, which suggested that this Long Count calendar cycle will come to an end on or around December 21, 2012, and a new cycle will begin.

The Scientists

An aspect of the polar shift theory claims that on December 21, 2012, a shift of the axis of the Earth’s rotation will bring a host of devastating natural disasters. The Orion Prophecy is a book that claims the Earth’s magnetic field will flip-flop in 2012, causing mass chaos. The truth is that the magnetic field will in fact reverse at some point (it has done so many times), but this does not happen overnight.

The Christians

According to algorithms extracted from the bible and mentioned in The Bible Code, a big asteroid will strike the planet in 2012. The Bible code is the belief that messages, warnings and predictions were encoded in the Hebrew bible by E.T. and his friends (who also gave us our genetic code). The decoding technique was described in a paper entitled “Equidistant Letter Sequences in the Book of Genesis” by Professor Eliyahu Rips of the Hebrew University in Israel.

The Hindus

Some Hindus regard 2012 as the year an avatar — a god in human form — will appear on earth and usher in a new age, one presumably favorable to the Hindu faithful. This would most likely be the last and final avatar, Kalki, known as the destroyer of foulness at the end of the Kal Yug.

The Alien Worshippers

Meanwhile, alien devotees believe that 2012 is the year when those aliens who first gave human civilization a kick start will return to see how we’ve done. Some believe they’ll give us another boost or two if we haven’t lived up to potential, while others expect mass slavery as punishment for our slacker ways.


Finally, Nostradamus (French apothecary and reputed seer who published collections of prophecies that have since become famous worldwide) predicted the apocalypse for 2012, but you’ll have to wait until 2013 to see how it ends. Thats a cliff hanger.

These are the facts, which may well be fiction…no one knows. The only justified choice is to wait, and watch…to see what happens in 2012.


Be sure to check out AHR’s Essential Doomsday Items



2 responses

13 09 2009

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Now available on DVD.


21 12 2009

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