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Neil Degrasse Tyson debunks 2012   We understand that there may be a few malingerers still digging their fallout bunkers in anticipation of the End Of The World which has been rescheduled for 2012. For that reason, here is a video snippet of astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson talking to attendees at the 2010 World Science Festival about where he stands on the issue and why we might want to stand in the same spot (YouTube) (site accessed June 2010)

The Mayan Calendar and the 2012 Doomsday   " ... My memory goes back millions of years, before the formation of the Asteroid belt. Of course, like your own childhood memories, the far reaches of my memory that I can access are very fragmentary but, with research in the VR archives of the Mental Internet or the Akashik records or the ‘Great Unconscious’, I am constantly improving and expanding it. The first thing that I would like to stress is that doomsday writers and moviemakers are reading too much into the Mayan calendar ..." Book no. 24, (site accessed May 2010)

2012: Cataclysmic breakdown or Y2K makeover?   " ... This series examines objective, empirical evidence for cataclysm on Earth in 2012. The year 2012 may also manifest for individuals as breakdown, breakthrough, or business as usual, depending on an individual’s perceptual modality and multi-dimensional identity ..." (site accessed Apr 2010)

The 2012 phenomenon: New Age appropriation of an ancient Mayan calendar   "According to the ancient Mayan Long Count calendar, a cycle of more than 5,000 years will come to fruition on the winter solstice of 2012. While this date is largely unknown among contemporary Maya, some participants in the New Age movement believe it will mark an apocalyptic global transformation. Hundreds of books and Internet sites speculate wildly about the 2012 date, but little of this conjecture has a factual basis in Mayan culture. This paper provides an overview of the primary currents in the 2012 phenomenon, examines their sources, and speculates about developments as this highly anticipated date approaches." Robert K Sitler, (site accessed Mar 2010)

Prognosis 2012: Towards a new world social order   " ... In our post-2012 world, we have for the first time one centralized global government, and one ruling elite clique, a kind of extended royal family, the lords of finance. As we can see with the IMF, WHO, and the WTO, and the other pieces of the embryonic world government, the institutions of governance will make no pretensions about popular representation or democratic responsiveness. Rule will be by means of autocratic global bureaucracies, who take their marching orders from the royal family. This model has already been operating for some time, within its various spheres of influence, as with the restructuring programs forced on the third world, as a condition for getting financing ..." Richard K. Moore, (site accessed Mar 2010)

The secret earth code 2012   " ... If 2012 is a number denoting a year -- that means time -- 20 and 12 would relate to time as well. Here is the particular example: Consider last two major earthquakes where 50,000 or more people have been killed. The first and unfortunately the nearly present disaster struck Haiti where the number of victims is hardly less than 50,000, and the second major earthquake took place in 2008 in China. Now, what else these two earthquakes have in common? Time-wise, they both occurred on the 12th day of the month. And that takes care of the second number in the catastrophic year 20-12. But how to utilize the first number 20 the way that even primitive species like us would be able to spot the signal of non-randomness? ..." (site accessed Jan 2010)

2012 Mystery Solved   "This paper may give the answers to the 2012 Mystery and others. Most of the dots have been connected and are backed up herein. Could this be is the real deal? Good luck! ..." (site accessed Jan 2010)

2012 AD: The End Of Earth, Humanity, And Internet Dating; The Death Of Mr. Kim Peek, And Lunch With The Tohono O’odham Indian Nation On Kit Peak   " ... In the case of the Mayan calendar, yeah: I think something happens. I don’t think the god or the aliens fly down from the skies trailing clouds of glory—but something happens. Something will happen. So, be ready. Climb up to the Kit Peak National Observatory. It’s 6875 feet above sea-level, 56 miles southwest of Tucson, Arizona in the Schuk Toak District of the Native American Tohono O’odham Nation. Pack a lunch and watch the skies. Keep looking. Keep watching the skies. Because it will begin right there. At least—what’s coming will first be noticed there. And in other places like it ..." Jeffrey Friedberg, (site accessed Jan 2010)

Apocalypse Left and Right: A Graphic Primer   The 2012 movie and the politics of the apocalypse in comic-book format ... Whether it's the Mayan prediction of the 2012 cataclysm or the theology of the rapture, predictions of the end of the world tell us as much about ourselves as about the coming apocalypse. And we've got plenty to worry about either way ... Dan Archer, (site accessed Dec 09)

The true meaning of 2012 " ... A tsunami is rapidly building on the horizon. Every person on earth is connected like never before, through the Internet and cell phones. Most of us have come to understand that we are perched on a shore that is threatened by a mounting wave of economic and environmental disaster. We have only three years left until December 21, 2012. Whether or not you believe in this Mayan prophecy, we can all agree that we must turn things around. We must abandon our gluttonous, exploitative ways in favor of lifestyles and systems that will bequeath to our children and grandchildren a world they will want to inhabit ..." John Perkins, (site accessed Dec 09)

Christians should have no reason to be afraid of 2012   " ... Churches will provide helpful resources that expose the hype and counter it with solid, biblical and scientific truth ... One thing is certain: Christians have no need to fear the end of the earth — whenever it happens. If we have received Jesus Christ as our Lord and Savior then we will stand before the Supreme Judge of the universe completely forgiven of all sin. In the meantime, our Lord Jesus tells us how to live: "Keep watch, because you do not know on what day your Lord will come... Be ready, because the Son of Man will come at an hour when you do not expect him (Matthew 24:42-44)." ..." Todd Linn, (site accessed Dec 09)

My Oh Mayan! 2012 may indeed be the end of the world as we know it  "So it is that on this day of love approximately 30 Santa Feans afflicted with the 2012 bug have come to hear from a speaker who claims first-hand knowledge of Mayan traditions. They sit quietly facing the guest of honor, Lina Barrios, a middle-aged woman from Guatemala who dresses in colorful Mayan garb ... First, the good news: “2012 is not a date of destruction,” Lina Barrios says. Rather, it will mark the start of a new astrological cycle, one that will usher in humanity’s return to nature ..." Corey Pein, (site accessed Nov 09)

Using Mayan end-is-near calendar is off base   "According to the movie "2012," the end of the world will have something in common with junior high school: The good-looking people survive. That might be the fact most based on reality, say members of the scientific and archaeological communities ... "There's no way to soften the blow, but the people who are saying this is going to happen are just completely wrong," said Philip Plait, an astronomer and myth debunker whose writings include the books "Bad Astronomy" and "Death From the Skies!" ..." Maria Sciullo, (site accessed Nov 09)

2012: End of the World?   "A piece exploring the myths around 2012, Mayan Prophecy, geomagnetic reversal, The Long Count, consciousness shifts, Hunab Ku, galactica alignment, the Precession Of The Equinoxes, rogue planet Nibiru, solar storms, pole shifts, timewave zero, the return of Quetzalcoatl and THE END OF THE WORLD December 21st 2012! Make up your own mind ... (site accessed Nov 09)

2012: Fifteen Doomsday prophecies and how they turned out   "Emmerich is prepping his new disaster movie 2012 for release on Friday. This time he's basing his world-smashing destruction on a bunch of theories floating around the blogosphere and the nutosphere that state that the world will end sometime during late 2012, around the time of the winter solstice in the Northern Hemisphere. So, in light of Emmerich's new plot to destroy the world, and with tinfoil hats firmly in place, we thought it'd be worthwhile to look over 15 end-of-the-world prophecies from the past 1800 years or so and see how they turned out. (Emmerich's 2012 opens Nov. 13, ensuring at minimum three years of box office returns.) (site accessed Nov 09)

Six End-of-the-World myths debunked   "The end of the world is near—December 21, 2012, to be exact—according to theories based on a purported ancient Maya prediction and fanned by the marketing machine behind the soon-to-be-released 2012 movie ... At least one aspect of the 2012, end-of-the-world hype is, for some people, all too real: the fear ... Fortunately, with the help of scientists like Morrison, most of the predicted 2012 cataclysms are easily explained away ..." (site accessed Nov 09)

How to spot a prophet's Maya hoax: thinking outside the box        " ... Most 2012ers are “Westerners” who simply lack the capability to think outside the box. Few people can really think outside the box (whatever that box may be, it is in fact the idea of a box that is most revealing how their ideas are connected to the discourse they argue against) ..." Johan Normark, (site accessed Sep 2009)

The end of the world as we know it (Myths and facts) Commentary on most common "myths" and "facts" surrounding the 2012 date. (site accessed Sep 2009)

2012 and the return of the alarmingly gullible   "In terms of climate change, it is not December 2012 we need to worry about, but December this year, when the Copenhagen talks take place. As to when we need to start living in a carbon constrained way, that was about 15 years ago ... There are no cosmic forces that are going to do all this for us, it is down to us. Some arbitrary date on an ancient calendar is not going to magically reduce concentrations of atmospheric CO2, refill the world’s fast depleting oil wells, overcome challenges of water, resource and land scarcity, rebuild genetic and biodiversity, rebuild depleting soils, feed the starving and overcome the very real constraints of a population with expectations of perpetual abundance living on a finite world ..." Rob Hopkins, (site accessed Sep 2009)

Meditating on the Maya Calendar for 2012 (Profile of Jose Arguelles by Marcelo Ballve) " ... Argüelles was popularizing his ideas related to the Maya calendar and 2012 as early as 1975. He doesn't fret about 2012 going viral. "Once it has left your hands it goes into the mass mind, it's really not yours to control any more," he says in a phone interview with New America Media ... Argüelles's vision for 2012 is even more cosmically ambitious. He wants meditators, in both hemispheres, to focus on his idea for a "circumpolar rainbow bridge," which will unite the southern and northern magnetic poles with a visible iridescent celestial effect, much like a massively stretched aurora borealis ... (site accessed Sep 09)

Photon energy " ... The prevailing theory is that the Earth, and our solar system, will soon be moving into a large photon belt and this will somehow help move humanity into a higher vibration going into 2012. The problem I have is that there is no evidence of such a photon belt!..." Tony Pann, (site accessed Aug 09)

2012 has become the tweed jacket of doomsday scenarios   " ... doomsday hype is leaking into every facet of reporting, and today I read an Examiner post that is trying desperately hard to get attention. This time, it’s not about crop circles predicting killer solar flares, it’s the LA Science and Tech News Examiner who couldn’t resist dropping in a mention for the Mayan calendar when reporting about the recent Large Hadron Collider (LHC) woes. The report goes into some detail about recent LHC problems, pointing out that the particle accelerator probably won’t be operating at full energy until… wait for it… [cue doomsday alert!] …2012. This triggers another doomsday ‘tweed jacket,’ the nonsensical LHC-induced Earth-eating-black-hole pseudo-science theory popularized by Walter “I need some attention” Wagner after he tried (and failed) to sue CERN for endangering the planet with its scary physics. (site accessed Aug 2009)

Marie D. Jones - Envisaging the world after 2012   " ....When we look at things that are happening today, I think it's really easy to see where we're headed and what our big challenges are going to be, and these are some of the things that seem to be leading up to a very cyclical change, a transformative time. However, it's not necessarily going to be a smooth time. I think if we look at what's going on with the global economy, we can see in the lifestyle that people have been leading in the wealthy nations that the paradigm is definitely changing from 'me' to 'we' ..." transcript of radio interview with Ric Thompson, (site accessed Aug 2009)

The 6 best 2012 Apocalypse Theories (Are all bullshit)   "You may have noticed a recent trend of trying to fit every hackneyed doomsday prophecy into the same red-letter year of 2012. The theories are obtuse, their connections are flimsy and the perceived consequences are completely unsubstantiated ...." Luis Prada, (site accessed June 2009)

2012: Tsunami of Stupidity   " ... It's a harmonic convergence all right, a harmonic convergence of ignorance and superstition—a tsunami of stupidity—worthy of the millennial cults of the 19th century most enjoyably anatomized in Leon Festinger's famous study, When Prophecy Fails, a look at the way end-of-the-world cults grow even stronger after their prophet's end-of-the-world date flies by and the world confoundingly continues to exist. (Festinger's study gave rise to the term "cognitive dissonance.") ..." Ron Rosenbaum, (site accessed May 2009)

Conversations - Being ready for 2012   "During the last year I have read a great deal of material concerning what may happen to this earth and the earthlings on it over the period of time known as 2012. I have talked to many of those who have theories about or study the science behind the fears of the 2012 time period. My conclusions and those of my family are that we feel something not only is going to take place, but have already actively begun on this earth ..." chris holly, (site accessed May 2009)

Laws, money, science & global community oracles, ET expansion 2012   " ... In order to continue building the global community we will need some basic guidelines. These will incorporate both science and faith. Balance is the key to our economic global community future. Goodwill is still an important part of the equation. If we cannot obtain some guidance from the world leaders, we shall obtain if from higher sources. Some of the past rules have been created by those with low levels of thought ..." Theresa J Thurmond Morris, (site accessed May 2009)

2012: A Y2K for the New Age   " ... In America, we have always been uniquely receptive to end-times prophesy—Y2K is the most recent example. What's unique about 2012 is that it appeals not to fundamentalist Christians but to the New Age set." Lisa Miller, (site access May 2009)

2012: The End of an Era?   "Is the world coming to an end in three years? It's odd, but something worth thinking about: some believe that's the case based on ancient prophecies. But is the hype about prophecy or profit? ..." (site accessed April 2009)

Healing the bias of 2012  " ... Despite a build up of undeviating actions along a specific path that would stack the odds in favor of a particular outcome, a new choice that overrides the old is collectively possible each precious moment. In one single moment of grace, enough people can choose peace and create the longest shot of all, a world of transformation and love for everyone. We have in this moment, right now, the choice ... " angelika whitecliff, (site accessed Mar 2009)

A scientific look at the Mayan Calendar  " To understand what is likely to happen to Earth and its people, you will need to remain calm and try to follow the facts. It's not as simple as some people describe. It requires an understanding of some fairly complicated science, but I think I can explain this in a way that you will easily understand ..." (site accessed Mar 2009)

Will the world end in 2012?   Common questions relating to 2012, including Bible Code, Maya and Planet X, with science-based rebuttals from Brian Dunning. (site accessed March 2009)

Apocalypse in 2012? " ... One barometer of the interest in 2012 may be the "Ask an Astrobiologist" section of NASA's Web site, where senior scientist David Morrison answers questions from the public. On a recent visit, more than half of the inquiries on the most popular list were related to 2012. "The purveyors of doom are promoting a hoax," Morrison wrote earlier this month in response to a question from a person who expressed fear about the date. A scholar who has studied the Maya for 35 years said there is nothing ominous about 2012, despite the hype surrounding claims to the contrary ... 'The whole year leading up to it is going to be just crazy, I'm sorry to say,'" (site accessed Jan 2009)

Why 2012 Predictions are really stupid  " ... Maybe a life spent in California has made me cynical. But having endured the dawning of the Age of Aquarius, the Harmonic Convergence, the Oral Roberts Death Watch, Y2K and Bush v. Gore without having any major appliances explode or noticing any Rapture-like behavior, I simply cannot believe that in three years the Mayan calendar will fall off a shelf and change the world as we know it. They couldn't even predict their own demise, for heaven's sake ... Anne Hill, (site accessed Jan 2009)

2012 - The End of the World, or a New Beginning? Critical overview of main 2012 prophecies, including Nostradamus, John Major Jenkins, Edgar Cayce, Daniel Pinchbeck, Patrick Geryl, Lawrence Jospeh, and a look back at some other prophecies which did not come true. Michael M Martino, Jnr, (site accessed Jan 2009)

Apocalympics 2012 - Mayan "Prophecy"  " ... What I can’t understand is why people think the Maya had more of an ability to see into the future than any one else. The Unarians thought aliens would invade Earth in 2001. Didn’t happen. The Concerned Christians cult believed an earthquake would wipe Denver off the map in 1998. Didn’t happen. The Third Reich was supposed to have lasted 1,000 years. Didn’t happen … " (site accessed Dec 2008)

Let's talk about 2012  (YouTube clip) " ... Let's get off the 2012 bandwagon ..." a pragmatic approach to 2012 predictions Jalili, (site accessed Dec 2008)

UFOs, Nibiru, 2012 ... and the Mandaeans  "With all the talk about Nibiru, 2012 and UFOs it is amazing that many doing the talking have never heard of the Mandaeans, really amazing ... So who are the Mandaeans? Firstly there are about fifty thousand of them left in the world. Most of them lived in Iraq as a cohesive group for over four thousand years until America decided to go in to that country ... Little is known of the Mandaean attitudes towards 2012, however of massive interest is the fact that the entire community recently uprooted and left its homeland…of four thousand years ..." Michael Cohen, (site accessed Dec 2008)

The 2012 Phenomenon: A historical and typological approach to a modern apocalyptic mythology   "As the year 2012 approaches, apocalyptic visions of the year has achieved newfound popularity. In this MA-thesis, Sacha Defeche investigates the roots of the esoteric apocalypse in 2012 in psychedelic and New Age subculture, and looks at the different types of apocalyptic visions, from Jose Argüelles to David Icke ..." (site accessed Sep 2008)

Transmissions from a possible future   "The editorial staff of The Loadstone Rock (consisting of me, myself and I) have recently come into possession of some curious documents. These scattered pages, purport to be the journal entries of an unnamed person living the United States between the months of January and April of 2012. While the dates alone make this record highly suspect, the record given herein is both so compelling and so chilling that we felt it might make for interesting copy ..." (site accessed Sep 2008)

Why the fascination with the end of the world? Not exactly about 2012, as it is written the day before the Large Hadron Collider starts up, which has also given rise to end-of-the-world fears, but an interesting article. One comment mentions 2012. Finlo Rohrer, (site accessed Sep 2008)

December 21st 2012: The day the world WON'T end   " ... According to many, the world is going to end on December 21, 2012. This is when the Mayan calendar comes to an end. Personally, I always thought the Mayan Calendar came to an end at that point because the Mayans weren't planning on going to anyone's birthday party or attending any business meetings hundreds of years after the collapse of their society, but I could be wrong. And many New Age-y types have decided that this is when civilization is going to collapse, because that's when Nibiru comes back ..." (site accessed Aug 2008)

New end of world scenario: Sunspots might destroy the world in 2012  " ... I'm not one to bow down before anyone or anything, if solar activity heats before 2012, I will max out my credit cards, tear off the "do not remove tags" from my pillows and mattresses, step on a crack, ignore speed limits, toss away my recycling bin, bring down my bong from the attic, and party like it's 1999 ..." Robert Paul Reyes, (site accessed July 2008)

Thousands worldwide prepare for the apocalypse   " ... Thousands of people worldwide seem to be preparing, in one way or another, for the end of days in 2012. Survival groups exist in Europe, Canada and the United States. A simple Google search for "2012" and "the end of the world" brings up nearly 300,000 hits. And the video-sharing Web site YouTube hosts more than 65,000 clips informing and warning viewers about their fate in 2012." Hundreds of readers's comments have been added to this article. (site accessed July 2008)

Old struggles on a new earth   " ... The shift of “2012” could mean that Eastern mysticism, the earth-based shamanism of tribal people and the West’s pursuit of philosophical and scientific knowledge about the world come together to create a new form of consciousness. I suspect the West still has to realize its spiritual destiny — its dharma — in the transformation of matter and the creation of a truly equitable and sustainable world ... Daniel Pinchbeck, (site accessed Mar 2008)
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Apocalypse 2012?   " ... The Mayan calendar isn't in widespread use outside of Guatemala, though others are interested in revitalizing it, said Keith Prufer, assistant professor of anthropology at the University of New Mexico.He said the end of the calendar's long cycle does not imply an apocalypse, but rather an anniversary similar to the millennium, though for a period of more than 5,000 years. "It's not the end of the world," he said ... " Article goes on to discuss various theories and what makes people believe the world will come to an end. Chloe Johnson, (site accessed Jan 2008)

Surviving the Hype of The Apocalypse of 2012   "... The formula of the end of the world doomsday prophecy is always the same. It originates from ancient times. Its basis surrounds a certain date or time period in the future. There is always some special insight beyond advanced modern science about how things really work. There are historically vague embellished coincidences that lead people to believe there is a solid basis for these future doomsday prognostications. It is all designed to play on our fear. The facts are created using smoke and mirrors. Like any scam, the real intention is to separate us from the dollars in our wallets ..." James William Smith, (site accessed Jan 2008)

Five years and counting: Will the world end in 2012?   Overview of various theories relating to 2012 and a discussion about the gathering interest in the phenomenon. Vince Darcangelo, (site accessed Dec 2007)

Is 2007 Actually 2012? " ... 2007 has been littered with galactic events, from Comets Mira, McNaught and the very strange, Holmes, to a grand conjunction unfurling in our skies on the winter solstice. We have been led to look at the year 2012 and that date has seeped into the mainstream consciousness, but what if it is wrong? What if we have been led astray? ..." Victoria Hardy, (site accessed Dec 2007)

Will the world end in 2012?   "The Mayan calendar predicted the world would end Dec. 21, 2012. Is this true? Yes, the world, as we know it, will definitely end on that date, but it will not be the end of the world. I hesitated to write this article because I did not want to scare people. But I was told by an angelic being that I must ... " Jaime Licauco, (site accessed Sep 2007)

Armageddon ain't what it used to be ... " ... the growing cult of 2012 is a modern day creation, making use of old writings to capitalise on very modern fears and anxieties, and consumer guilt ... " Darryl Mason in (site accessed Jul 2007)

2012: What's in a number?   "... If you want to bring in the power of the knowledge embedded in the Mayan codes, you can add a practice to your life that will accelerate your ability to navigate these next few years. You can join the Mayan count of days and create your own timeship, the Synchronicity Express ... " Elizabeth Whitney in (site accessed Jul 2007)

The final days   Interesting overview examining the theories of some of the leading proponents of 2012, including Lawrence E Joseph, Daniel Pinchbeck, Jose Arguelles and John Major Jenkins, together with the viewpoint of other scientists and researchers. Benjamin Anastas, New York Times (site accessed July 2007)

2000 days   " ... What does worry me is that a portal into the darkest parts of the human psyche will be opened up around then and that 2012 will be an excuse that some folks will use to go crazy, to tear down, to hurt, to destroy ..." Flagg707, (site accessed July 2007)

Doomsday prophets have more than a few worried   Article discussing a History Channel documentary on 2012 with comments from scientists and theologians denying the prophesied events are likely to happen. Diana Washington Valdez, (site accessed June 2007)

2012 Hype?   " ... I won’t be too surprised if nothing happens at all: if we’re too hyped up for 2012 and nothing happens, it could be a classic case of boy crying wolf. Something even bigger could be on the horizon, and we wouldn’t pay attention anymore." AV Michaels, (site accessed Apr 2007)
See also: A Closer look at the 2012 phenomenon Occult of Personality (site accessed Apr 200&)

Does Maya calendar predict 2012 apocalypse?  Article discussing the views of protagonists of a 2012 apocalypse, compared with those of scientists and other sceptics. "University of Florida anthropologist Susan Gillespie says the 2012 phenomenon comes 'from media and from other people making use of the Maya past to fulfill agendas that are really their own.'" G. Jeffrey MacDonald, USA Today (site accessed Mar 07)

2012, Doomsday and the Omega Point   "It must be stated at the outset of this article that the expectation in 2012 of any singular event could very well lead to complete disappointment ... This is not the "End of the World" being solicited in the main stream media, a guarantee that doom, tumultuous changes, and a turmoil ridden future lies ahead; they are using the tried and true application of fear to make money, and it is very reasonable that this fear is in place, for events could be very dire, yet we have to approach this moment in history with the poise and watchfulness of the spiritual warrior ..." (site accessed Mar 2007)

Countdown to 2012 - Reflections on Kali Yuga, the Maya Endtime,
and the Western Narrative Spell
".... I, for one, begin to wonder if the promise of a sudden, spectacular shift in the human mindset may not be deviating or undermining the actual breakthrough that is emergent as the world lurches toward 2012. What if this breakthrough is about facing the human condition, rather than skateboarding at warp speed beyond it? ... " John Lash, posted on (site accessed Jan 2007)

2012: An anarchist's dream
 "...(This) balance will be restored by the anarchistic society the will emerge from the destruction and chaos left in the wake of Mother's Gaia's Reclamation. Humans will return to their true, tribal natures. Each individual will be ultimately responsible for their own well-being. There will be no government handouts. No money. No credit cards. True value will be restored. A knife, rope and salt will be the truly most valuable things to own...." Posted by "Tigress" (site accessed Dec 2006)

2012 in the Holy Amerikan Empire   "There they stand like a bunch of overage kids done up for a class picture (and not an ounce of class in the whole group, either, for all their stolen wealth). It’s a Who’s Who of the Neofascist core (they prefer Neocon; I prefer accuracy), and they’ve decided to award themselves the Medal of Freedom....." Ian Macleod's blog, Houseoflabor (site accessed Dec 2006)

2012 Doomsday Prophecies   "... I have come across many of these warnings on the net, but dismissed a lot of them. Then I read some Native American prophecies, books and a magazine article recently that threw a whole new angle on the whole thing and which prompted me to do some researching into the whole subject of these 2012 doomsday prophecies. I became aware how misleading and disturbing some of them are, after all 2012 is only 6 years away. I also became aware that some stated that if not 2012 it could be 2020 – I got thoroughly confused about the whole thing. Yet I myself can feel that changes are occurring in the world and more importantly in us humans...." Earth-Mother (site accessed Dec 2006)

December 2012: We're doomed   " .... for some reason the Mayan’s didn’t see any point adding any more dates to their “Long Count” calendar after the winter solstice of 2012 (In their terms Given the fact that’s only six years away perhaps it might be a good time to find out why ..." Brief overview of 2012 with reference to various theories about what will happen. 7Days (site accessed Nov 2006)

And The Crunch Shall Set You Free by Mohammed Sajid
“....I’m here in Sudbury, Ontario at a crater forged in the white heat of a meteorite impact sixty million years ago. It was here that a disparate groups of artists, musicians, philosophers and fringe scientists came together in an unexpected series of events surrounding the epochal events of 2012 to form what became the Crunch Authenticity Institute or the CAI as it’s known...." (site accessed November 2006)

The 2012 Problem ".... Perhaps 2012 is not about what is 'going to happen' at the end of time … but it's ABOUT the end of time. Our time-consciousness is part of an illusionary structure that has shaped our consensual reality … the reality we all consent to...." Ralph Miller, (site accessed November 2006)

The Reality of Nature " ...Only knowledge that breaks the boundaries of religion and advances science to higher level has the potentials to save humanity from impending destruction, where religions and nations are clashing with the mighty power of matter, calling upon self -destruction and wrath of nature.
This means we are in the most turbulent period of existence where the whole system is trying to initialize into new time cycle. It is time we understand the unity and become conscious. The Gravastar is collapsing; it is time we take control through mass transformation and conversion of negative energy [dark energy] into positive energy of life and order." Quantum_reality2003 (site accessed November 2006)

What will happen in 2012?   "... My opinion is that, nothing mystical or magical will happen in 2012. The betterment of civilisation and global conditions will be a gradual process, that is driven by realisations, discoveries and transformation of old ways and habits." Shen Gerald, Articlecity (site accessed November 2006)

The 2012 Predictions: You're Betting Your Life On It   "...if there is any truth to the story, our stance - the most wager we ultimately make - regarding this issue is arguably the most important of our life. As C. S. Lewis, the celebrated author of The Chronicles of Narnia, once said about his decision to embrace religion: 'Christianity, if false, is of no importance, and if true, of infinite importance. The only thing it cannot be is moderately important.'

There are several things to take into account before placing your bet. The first is to understand what is meant by "the end of the world." It clearly does not mean the planet will be destroyed, for that would take away all options in a single stroke, and the entire issue would be moot. That's not what the seers of the past were trying so hard to tell us. They were warning us of something entirely different - more like an abrupt shift in the direction of one's life." Jean-Claude Koven, (site accessed Oct 2006)

December 21, 2012 - are you ready?  "... Scientists who look beyond conventional science point out that that the Hyperspace that contain our Universe is also showing signs that something strange is happening in our universe. The multidimensional time research is showing that a parallel universe may be predicting strange effects."
IndiaDaily (site accessed August 2006)

Predictions of Mayan Calendar Followers? 2012 is just around the corner. " does appear that we nearly have the necessary technologies to serve mankind in fixing these issues before 2012, the question really is will we and is the Mayan Calendar even an issue?" Lance Winslow (site accessed July 2006)

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