21 December 2012 is the only date in history yet which is signicant to so many cultures and religions as the prediction of the end of world. If you just bring your fingers on your keyboard and type ” End of world 2012″ on your homepage, the search will end up in umpteen results as compared to any other searches. This issue has gained utmost importance in a really short lapse of time. The internet has been filled with this content. The question remain now ” Is the world really going to end on 21 December 2012?” This question remains without any answer for some while others try to justify it.
First and foremost, the Mayan calendar ends on the Gregorian calendar date of December 21, 2012, which most people believe is the total end of civilization, as we know it, while others believe it is simply a change of enlightenment in this current time. Many theories have sprung up about this end date, ranging from the laughable, to the religious, to the scientific.
The real cause of climate changes, volcanoes activity, intensification of the seismic activity etc., is the planet Eris’s getting closer to our solar system, intermediary named 2003 – UB – 313, and known in Antiquity under various names as: Nibiru, Marduk, Nemesis, Hercolubus, the Gods Planet, the Planet of the Empire, the Planet of the Cross or the Red Planet.
Biblical prophets as well as Catholic and other Christians scholars have for a long time written about the “End Times” and the second coming of Jesus Christ (Quetzalcoatl) to establish the New Jerusalem. What is not generally known is that many of the Old and New Testament Biblical prophecies of the “End Times” correlate amazingly with the religious beliefs of the Mayas and other Indigenous civilizations of the Western Hemisphere. These similarities are more apparent when one analyses the “End Times” account of St. John in the last chapter of the Bible called Revelation and the account of the “Fin de los Tiempos” in the Popol Vuh which is considered to be the Mayan (as well as the Mexica/Aztec) Bible.
Albert Einstein once said : “If the bee disappeared off the surface of the globe then man would only have four years of life left. No more bees, no more pollination, no more plants, no more animals, no more man.”
Apocalyptic for sure. We haven’t reached that point yet, but some worrisome indicators suggest dramatic drops in the bee population of the US are likely to impact crop production. This is not a small agricultural sector that is being impacted either. In the US bees pollinate more than $14 billion worth of seeds and crops each year.
The disappearing bee phenomena isn’t restricted to the US. In Europe countries are experiencing varying degrees of what investigators describe as “colony collapse disorder” (or CCD). Countries effected include Germany, Switzerland, Spain, Portugal, Italy and Greece. However the most serious losses have occurred in the US. On the West Coast keepers have seen bee population losses in the 30 to 60 percent range. On the East Coast and Texas it gets as high as 70%. These are catastrophic drops for an industry that considers around a 20% population decline to be an off-season norm.
The numerous theories on the end of world 2012 all give an indication about the probability of the cataclysmic events on Earth on 21 December 2012. To believe it or not depends on you and your research. This issue is demanding serious attention. Open your web browser and embark on this exciting adventure. Watch out for the video clips on this prediction and be amazed to see the numerous theories on this predicted doomsday. It’s your turn to decide whether it is a myth for you or a reality.
May God bless our planet with a long and healthy life.
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