It’s 12.21.12, and the world didn’t end

I’m sticking to my End of Days theories: today is just the “end of days” in a 5125-year-long calendar. Did you buy your new Mayan calendar? It’ll be the last one you ever need.

End of Days

In January, 2009, I watched a television program on the History channel that talked about the End of Days. I’ve since searched and read about other people that watched this program and blogged about it. Below is what I wrote in my blog with an addition about Nostradamus. I added the bit about Nostradamus after watching another History channel program on September 6, 2009.

The Mayan calendar predicts that December 21, 2012, is a significant day, maybe the end of days. Nostradamus also predicted (or so modern people say) that the end would occur during the winter solstice of 2012. We call it the predictions of the Galactic Alignment.

But what about computers you ask. The financial apocalypse may occur on January 19, 2038. That represents Unix Time value of 2147483647 or 3:14:07 GMT.

And now, in 2009, Hollywood is getting in on the act (profiting) with the movie, “2012” which is set to open November 13, 2009.

In my opinion, the Galactic Alignment is the apex of gravitational pull and probably magnetic and other radiations. It may trigger catastrophe on the earth, but (all things being equal on either side of the apex) in 2042 we should see environmental conditions that we saw in 1982. In other words it’s part of a cycle. Like the seasons, environmental affects come and go and come again; two words “ice ages.”

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