What is 2012 about?

The year 2012 is referring to the last year of the Long Count Maya calendar. The current Great Cycle, as the Mayas call it, is set to end on the winter solstice of 2012: December 21 2012 and many people believe that on that date, the world will change and never be the same. Some predict terrible events resulting in the destruction of our world and some predict that it won’t necessarily end, but that we will enter a new era and massive changes will occur.

In this blog you can decide whether it just myth or truth.

Tuesday, 5 January 2010

No Reversal will happen

Written by Ian O'Neill

Apparently, on December 21st 2012, our planet will experience a powerful event. This time we're not talking about Planet X, Nibiru or a "killer" solar flare, this event will originate deep within the core of our planet, forcing a catastrophic change in our protective magnetic field. Not only will we notice a rapid reduction in magnetic field strength, we'll also see the magnetic poles rapidly reverse polarity (i.e. the north magnetic pole will be located over the South Pole and vice versa). So what does this mean to us? If we are to believe the doomsayers, we'll be exposed to the vast quantities of radiation blasting from the Sun; with a reversing magnetic field comes a weakening in the Earth's ability to deflect cosmic rays. Our armada of communication and military satellites will drop from orbit, adding to the chaos on the ground. There will be social unrest, warfare, famine and economic collapse. Without GPS, our airliners will also plough into the ground

Planet X is not Nibiru ( explosive planet )

Written by Ian O'Neill

The Solar System's outer reaches still contain many minor planets yet to be discovered. Ever since the search for Planet X began in the early 20th Century, the possibility of a hypothetical planet orbiting the Sun beyond the Kuiper Belt has fuelled many Doomsday theories and speculation that Planet X is actually the Sun's long lost binary sibling. But why the fear about the Planet X/Doomsday combination? Surely Planet X is just an unknown, hypothetical object and nothing sinister?

As I've previously discussed in "2012: No Planet X", doomsayers have linked the modern day search for Planet X, the ancient Mayan 2012 Prophecy and the Sumerian mythical planet Nibiru, culminating in bad news for December 21st 2012. However, the astronomical evidence for these links is seriously flawed.

There is no Planet X

Written by Ian O'Neil


Apparently, Planet X (a.k.a. Nibiru) was spotted by astronomers in the early 1980's in the outermost reaches of the Solar System. It has been tracked by infrared observatories; seen lurking around in the Kuiper Belt and now it is speeding right toward us and will enter the inner Solar System in 2012. So what does this mean to us? Well, the effects of the approach of Planet X on our planet will be biblical, and what's more the effects are being felt right now. Millions, even billions of people will die, global warming will increase; earthquakes, drought, famine, wars, social collapse, even killer solar flares will be caused by Nibiru blasting through the core of the Solar System. All of this will happen in 2012, and we must begin preparing for our demise right now…

Planet X

Written by Abby Cessna

Will Planet X cause mayhem in 2012? Nope.
You may have already heard something about planet X or the 2012 doomsday predictions. The idea of planet X, and the search for the elusive planet, started in the middle of the 19th century after Neptune was discovered, since many astronomers believed there was another planet beyond Neptune’s orbit. In the early 1900’s, the famous astronomer Percival Lowell searched for planet X and claimed that this mysterious planet was the reason why there were discrepancies in the orbits of the gas giants in our Solar System. When Clyde Tombaugh discovered Pluto in 1930, it was believed to be planet X, confirming the hypotheses of Percival Lowell and many other astronomers. However, in 1978, astronomers discovered that Pluto could not be planet X because it was too small to affect the orbits of the gas giants.

No Killer Solar Flare - No risk

2012: No Killer Solar Flare

Written by Ian O'Neill

Could a solar flare destroy the Earth in 2012?

We could be in for a huge firework display in 2012. The Sun will be approaching the peak of its 11-year cycle, called "solar maximum", so we can expect a lot of solar activity. Some predictions put the solar maximum of Solar Cycle 24 even more energetic than the last solar maximum in 2002-2003 (remember all those record breaking X-class flares?). Solar physicists are already getting excited about this next cycle and new prediction methods are being put to good use. But should we be worried?

2012 දෙසැම්බර් 21 කුමක් සිදුවෙයිද? - සත්‍ය දැනගන්න

2012 දෙසැම්බර් 21 කුමක් සිදුවෙයිද? - සත්‍ය දැනගන්න
Article by Pavithra Lamahewa


'' විභාගෙ කරාට වැඩක් නෑ.මේ ඹක්කොම 2012 දි ඉවරයිනෙ......"" මේ කථාව ඔබත් ‍ඔබේ මිතුරන්ට පවසා ඇති. ඇත්ත‍ටම 2012 දි කුමක් සිදුවෙයිද?

2012 කථාබහ කරළිය‍‍ට පැමිණියේ Roland Emmerich විසින් අධ්‍යක්ෂණය කල 2012 ‍චිත්‍රප‍ටය හදුන්වා දුන් පසුවයි. ඇත්තටම ඊ‍ට පෙර මේ ගැන සංවාදයක් ඇතිවී තිබුනාද? නැත. ‍අධ්‍යක්ෂකවරයා චිත්‍රපටය තිරගතවීම‍ට වසර ගණනාවකට පෙර සිට 2012 ගැන සංවාදයක් ඇරඹීය, මිනිසුන් තුල බියක් ඇති කලේය. අවසානයේ සිදුවූයේ කුමක්ද? 2012 චිත්‍රපටය බොක්ස් ඔෆිස් වාර්තා බිද දමමින් තිරගත වීමයි. විචාරකයන් පවසන අන්දමට මෙහි සජීවිකරණය ඉහළ මට්ටමක පැවතුනත් තිර රචනය ඉතාමත් දුර්වල මට්ටමක පවතී. මෙය ඔහු විසින් නිර්මාණය කළ The day after tommorow චිත්‍රපටයට වඩා ඉතාමක් දුර්වල මට්ටමක පවතී. නමුත් මෙය The day after tommorow චිත්‍රපටය‍ට වඩා වීශාල ආදායමක් ලැබීය. හේතුව නම් ඔහුගේ පූර්ව ප්‍රචාරක සැලසුම්ය.

All about Mayan Calender

Maya calendar

The Maya calendar is actually a system of distinct calendars and almanacs used by the Maya civilization of pre-Columbian Mesoamerica, and by some modern Maya communities in highland Guatemala.
These calendars could be synchronised and interlocked in complex ways, their combinations giving rise to further, more extensive cycles. The essentials of the Maya calendric system are based upon a system which had been in common use throughout the region, dating back to at least the 6th century BCE. It shares many aspects with calendars employed by other earlier Mesoamerican civilizations, such as the Zapotec and Olmec, and contemporary or later ones such as the Mixtec and Aztec calendars. Although the Mesoamerican calendar did not originate with the Maya, their subsequent extensions and refinements of it were the most sophisticated. Along with those of the Aztecs, the Maya calendars are the best-documented and most completely understood.
By the Maya mythological tradition, as documented in Colonial Yucatec accounts and reconstructed from Late Classic and Postclassic inscriptions, the deity Itzamna is frequently credited with bringing the knowledge of the calendar system to the ancestral Maya, along with writing in general and other foundational aspects of Maya culture.

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