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December 29, 2011

The doomsday theory based on the Mayan calendar


The world will end in 2012 - is what a growing number of people believe.Here Nick Pope, an expert in mysteries and conspiracy theories, making the destination for traffickers.

On December 21, 2012, the Mayan calendar comes to an end and therefore, the fear of some, happens to us.
To be more precise, the date marks the end of a cycle of 5,125 years of this ancient calendar.

Little is known of the Maya - a Central American civilization in mathematics and astronomy experts - but many believe that this ancient culture had a secret knowledge that allowed them to predict when the world would end.
By making Google the phrase "2012 end of world" are millions of references to this belief.

There are many different and strange theories about what might happen.

Some believe that a mysterious celestial object known as Planet X, Nibiru or is returning to our solar system and bring a cosmic catastrophe.

Others think that a quick "polar shift" - a sudden change in rotation of the Earth - will bring global destruction.
Some theories speak of galactic planetary alignments or, others say it will be a reversal of the Earth's magnetic polarity.

There are other strange theories making the rounds of what might happen in 2012 too.

As reported in The Sun last summer, former oil executive Ian R Crane has predicted that a "false flag alien invasion" will take place at the closing ceremony of the Olympic Games - a false event that will allow authorities to declare martial law and usher in a New World Order.

The New Age community has a different view of the predictions of 2012

They do not think the world will end in a literal sense, but there will be a spiritual transformation.

The language is made of wool and decidedly dubious science, but there is talk of a change of consciousness and the dawning of the Age of Aquarius.

Sounds more fun than fire and brimstone that predict some sectors.

As expected, many scholars and skeptics think that everything is crud.

They believe that a combination of conspiracy theorists, quacks and mystical New Age writings have misrepresented or misunderstood Mayan culture as this old thought.

They note that the fact that any calendar ends, does not follow that the next day is a day of reckoning.

The idea that 2012 will see the end of the world goes far beyond internet forums, is firmly rooted in popular culture.

The Hollywood blockbuster 2009 movie 2012 told the story of people trying to survive a global catastrophe.

Includes references to the Mayan prophecies and between lines from the movie are: "We were warned" and "Seek the truth - look for 2012."

The most striking example of how widespread beliefs about 2012 have been involved with NASA. The space agency has many questions about it they put on a vast material in the FAQ section of their website.

Titled "The beginning of the end or why the world will not end?" The section begins by assuring readers that "nothing bad will happen on Earth in 2012."

NASA debunks claims about Nibiru and Planet X and cancels the theories about planetary and galactic alignment. They say no planetary alignments in the coming decades and point the Earth will not cross the galactic plane - and even if these events occur the effects would be "insignificant"

NASA explained that while the Earth and Sun align with the approximate center of our galaxy - the Milky Way - in December of each year, is "an annual event that has no importance."

Polar shift theory is dismissed as "impossible", but, interestingly, the point on the magnetic polarity reversal is actually true.

NASA recognizes that occurs about every 400,000 years, but say: ". As we know, as a magnetic reversal does not cause any harm to life on Earth "Denial is not likely to convince the conspiracy theorists.

Many believe that NASA faked the moon landings and routinely hide evidence of UFOs and extraterrestrial visitation.

There is nothing new about the predictions that the world will end. The idea is central to most religions in the world with words such as Armageddon, the Day of Judgement and the end of days used.

NASA announces that it is the largest solar storm in the last 50 years


A recent report by NASA and the ESA ensures that the largest solar storm in 50 years would be to explode in 2012.

Solar storms could affect telecommunications and electronics. The last major solar storm in 1958 and caused auroras are seen even in Mexico.

A recent report prepared for the NASA and ESA announced for 2012/2013 most powerful solar storm of the last fifty years. As he predicted the team led by Mausumi Dikpati of the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR for its acronym in English), "The next sunspot cycle will be 30 to 50% more intense than the last."

Solar activity waxes and wanes newspapers, and in the last two years has experienced the lowest activity period on record. But in the case of the Sun, after the storm comes the calm. As astronomers have found, with increasing frequency small sunspots are appearing that announce the beginning of the next solar cycle, with an estimated peak between 2012 and 2013.

In the eighteenth century, the Swiss astronomer Rudolf Wolf developed a method of counting sunspots is still alive today. Wolf studied solar cycles during periods of eleven years, and called "cycle 1" first analyzed (1755-1766). Since then, the following are numbered consecutively. The next, which will be solar maximum in 2012 or 2013, will cycle 24.

If Dikpati predictions are correct, in the years ahead could produce a burst of solar activity second only to the historic Solar Max of 1958. During that year he came to see northern lights in Mexico, but had no further consequences.

However, researchers now assume that a solar maximum of intensity similar to that could seriously harm satellites, power grids, networks of mobile phones, GPS systems and other modern technologies.

Scientists say Massive Solar Storm "could eliminate radio" for the next 3 days

Observers expect to have clear skies from now because the particles will give a recent solar storm slammed into the Earth and produce incredible northern lights, or auroras.

On the negative side, experts expect radio blackouts for a few days, caused by radiation from the flame - or coronal mass ejection (CME) - causing magnetic storms.

The flare is part of a larger increase in activity on the Sun, which operates in cycles of 11 years. Is expected to peak around 2013.

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's Space Weather Prediction Center, wrote: "Category G1 (Minor) geomagnetic storms are expected on 28 and December 29 due to multiple arrivals of coronal mass ejection. R1 (Minor) radio blackouts expected until December 31.

The devices that rely on radio waves are the GPS systems, radios and mobile phones.

2012: the beginning of the "new era" maya


The countdown of the last year of the Mayan solar calendar "long count", which ends on December 21, 2012 and, according to Mayan astronomical tradition heralds the beginning of a new era for humanity, starting today.

"The Long Count is a conception of time as a dead end. One way to infinity. Each cycle of the calendar wheel is a small portion of the route from generation to generation, "according to the website of the Guatemalan Ministry of Culture.

At 0000 local time (0600 GMT) on Wednesday, begins to pass the year 5128 of the fifth sun set on the solar calendar of the ancient Mayan culture, which in turn began on 13 August of 3114, and, according scientific evidence found on stelae, sphinxes and Maya codices, predicts "a new era" for mankind ...

As explained by the Guatemalan scientist Ivan Azurdia, "at 00.00 (06.00 GMT) on December 21, 2012, the solar system's planets will be positioned vertically in the darkest part of the mouth of the plumed serpent (Kukulkan called by the Maya and Quetzalcoatl by the Aztecs), and aligned with the sacred sites of the Mayan world. "

While this date is often associated with scientists from fields not apocalyptic catastrophes and even the end of the world, Mayan spiritual leaders of Mexico and Guatemala, scientific experts on this phenomenon and specialists States Space Agency (NASA) have refuted these versions and explanations provided philosophical and scientific perspectives.

What will happen on December 21, 2012, Azurdia said, is "an astronomical fact scientifically substantiated from the Western point of view," which was planned hundreds of years ago by the Mayan astrologers.

The scientist, who in recent years has specialized in studying the Mayan calendar, said that this phenomenon, according to the wisdom of indigenous elders, and the explanations contained in the stelae and codices of the ancient culture, predicting "a change of time. "

"This is the fourth change of the fifth cycle, which added five gives a total of 26,000 years, and reaching this date will be reached 'Platonic year' for the accuracy of time, within cycles more immense measurement "said Azurdia.

"Rapid changes"

From a philosophical perspective, he added, the Mayans speak of "rapid change" for the world and humanity, rather than doomsday predictions that have to do with "an opportunity to awaken the sacred life."

The Mayans, who achieved significant progress in these areas, in their worldview related to both disciplines with a philosophical point of convergence.

To celebrate the beginning of the last year of the fifth sun and the announcement of the new age, spiritual ceremonies will Mayan priests in holy places, while the Guatemalan Tourism Institute will launch a program of activities that aims to harness the phenomenon to attract greater amounts of tourists to the country.

In addition to the calendar "long count", so far the least studied by specialists, the Mayans also had the "ritual calendar" or sacred, 260 days, and the "Ab calendar" of 365 days, as the Gregorian of Western culture.

On December 21, 2012, as the long count calendar will have the record " 4 Ajaw 3 Kank'in." On the 13th of August 3114, when he began the fifth sun, the record was " 4 Ajaw 8 Kumk'u"

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Value for money for World's End


It is quite likely that the world is not going to finish in 364 days as better-known and notifies the Mayan prediction, indicating that the December 21, 2012 the gods destroy our existence to make room to another world without the errors of this.

But this has not prevented low probability that this apocalyptic prophecy, one of many issued by religions throughout the years, has become particularly famous. Especially in the banter between friends or office colleagues, but also in film. And, lately, as it exits cases of people who take things seriously and prepare accordingly, is also present in the news.

In the coming months, in addition, we also know it at the tourist office in Mexico.

And is that the agencies of this country have made clear they do not believe that the world will end on December 21, but not going to miss the golden opportunity presented to them prophecy. What's more attractive, historical and tourist, the end of the world? Occurs or not, Mexico is the closest this year that may be an average citizen of prophecy, they argue, and it will be noticed in the visits.

So, hope to attract 52 million tourists to the southern Maya areas of Mexico throughout the year, more than double the normal average for these territories, which is usually 22.

Those who will see the Mayan temples converted into theme parks of the world. There are about 500 events prepared Mayan style, actors dressed as Mayan priests performing rituals, burning incense, singing ... Also provide an opportunity to "play the apocalypse": they can buy time capsules, steel boxes in which they put photographs and personal effects that may be buried so that the inhabitants of the new world know about us. And as it is a task that the apocalypse getting caught off guard, the people of Chiapas, bordering Guatemala, install a digital clock eight feet in its main park leading the countdown to the day in question.

The curious thing about this game is that the archaeologists of the Mexican National Institute of Anthropology not stop repeating that, although the predictions are met Maya, this is not the end of an era: the Maya understood time as circular, not linear as we so that the end of 2012 only mean the end of an era. But as Hollywood and social networks have cemented the idea that to be hopeless existence on Earth, there is no way to correct that impression.

"People who still lives in the Mayan rituals and will burn incense to go back in time and understand the Mayan wisdom," says Yeanet Zaldo, a spokeswoman for the Mexican state of Quintana Roo. Which is fine, he says, to know something more about the Mayan culture, but little else. "The world will not end in 2012," he adds. "Just begin a new era."

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