2012 Doomsday – Fact Or Fiction?

On November 16, 2011, in General, by James

By Jean Hantch

Throughout time, several people have proposed specific dates in which the world as we know it would end. Most of these days have come and gone, but one day in particular still rings out. You see as many have heard of Y2K and other times of assured Armageddon, perhaps the most discussed and consistent date has yet to arrive. December 21, 2012 is the date that so many people in the past have predicted to be the end. So the question must be asked, 2012 Doomsday Fact or Fiction?

Most people when they search for answers in why the world will end in 2012 will first come across the evidence presented by the Mayan culture. These people showed exemplary knowledge in mathematics and the events and cycles of the solar system. Some people attribute this to a visit from extraterrestrial life, but we’ll say for the sake of argument this was all them.

They created a calendar that has predicted major shifts in the solar system with a very fine degree of accuracy. This calendar ends without explanation on December 21, 2012. This has sparked curiosity and this theory.

Further evidence comes from a book released in 2900 B. C. Known as the I Ching (or Book of Change). This book was filled with calculations and hexagrams, which were refined by Terrance McKenna to be made into a graph. This graph has been fairly accurate in predicting changes in the world or disasters based on the graphs peaks and valleys. Much like the Mayan calendar, this graph also stops in 2012 with no explanation.

Yet another source convincing people of impending doom in 2012 is the Web Bot. This software is designed to calculate through discussions and general behavioral trends potential changes in the world. The software was actually developed to assist in predicting the fluctuation of the stock market. Its notoriety began when it predicted to a fair degree of accuracy the events of 9/11. Now, it predicts a worldwide calamity in 2012.

Finally, the planets in our solar system are said to be lining up in a straight line with one another all in 2012. In theory, this will make a black hole with unpredictable results. The Mayan calendar predicted such a drastic shift in the solar system occurring on the final day of their calendar, or to some, the last day of our lives.

But with every prediction is an equal argument to the contrary. For instance, as far as the Mayan calendar is concerned, many knowledgeable people on the Mayan culture believe more that the calendar is simply recycling over at one, and not predicting the end of the world. The Web Bot has been accredited with predicting 9/11, but what most people don’t mention is that the Bot has predicted other major events and disasters that never happened.

So there is no concrete evidence to suggest one way or the other. It all really boils down to what you want to believe. I don’t know what to think, but you have to admit, it gets you at least considering the possibility. No one can tell you whether 2012 is the end but you.

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