The countdown begins!

On December 20, 2012, in General, Mayan Calendar, by James

Well after all this time, we have finally reached the last few hours of Mayan Calendar.

My thoughts at this time are: Which prediction is going to prove correct?

Another thing which concerns me is how some people will react if what they believe will happen, doesn’t.

The one thing that all these predictions say is that this will be the start of something different; a new era for mankind.

At this time, I would urge people to look within and think about how they can change themselves. For it is when we change ourselves that we can change society and the world.

Look at ways that we can spread love, joy and peace to others. Search for ways to bring happiness to society. Let us learn to have compassion for those less fortunate than ourselves and find ways to assist where it is needed.

Remember above all to love.

Take a look at this video. Isn’t this the society that we all want to live in?

Thank you all for supporting this site, no matter what you believe. No matter what may happen, or not happen, for me it has been a fantstic journey of discovery.

I wish you all peace, love, joy and hope, both now and for in whatever the future holds.


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Fresh new look at the Mayan Prophecies and a new perspective of it’s interpretations.

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By James Slobodzien

Imagine – Stephen Hawking, who some have called the “Einstein of Today,” preaching in the inner city streets of London – wearing a sandwich board sign that proclaims, “Repent for the End is Near.”

Does that sound unlikely to happen? Well maybe, considering that Mr. Hawking just wrote in his new book: “The Grand Design,” – that the laws of physics really don’t need a God to explain the creation (or the destruction) of the universe: “Because there is a law such as gravity, the universe can and will create itself from nothing. Spontaneous creation is the reason there is something rather than nothing, why the universe exists, why we exist. It is not necessary to invoke God to light the blue touch paper and set the universe going” (Stephen Hawking).

However, many other scientists these days are taking more of a prophetic position when discussing 2012. There are presently 7 zealous groups (see below) preaching that the end of days will come in less than 26 months (December, 2012), and 5 of these groups – are from the scientific community.

7 Signs Predicting the End of Days in 2012

1. The Earth’s Magnetic Field – Scientists predict that the earth’s magnetic fields (north and south poles) that shield us from most of the sun’s radiation will swap places in 2012, causing enough ultraviolet rays to kill everything that it touches (

2. Sun Storms – Solar experts from around the world who monitor the sun are reporting that solar storms have recently been bombarding the earth with a lot of radiation energy that has been knocking out power grids and destroying satellites. They are calculating that this activity will get worse and predict that it will reach its deadly peak in the year 2012 (

3. Super Volcano – Scientists report that the Yellowstone National Park volcano in the United States is steadily building up pressure. It has a pattern of erupting every 700,000 years, and we are way overdue. Geologists are predicting its next Big Bang in 2012, will fill the atmosphere with ash, block the sun and plunge the earth into a frozen winter that could last up to 17,000 years (

4. The Atom Smasher – European Scientists are building the world’s biggest particle accelerator designed to smash atoms together to find out what makes the universe tick. Scientists around the world are predicting disastrous results when this machine is turned on for its first serious experiment in 2012. They believe that it could create mini black holes that would crush the earth into a super-dense blob the size of a watermelon (

5. The Physicists – Berkley University physicists have determined that the earth is well overdue for a major catastrophic event, and they have calculated and predicted with a 99% certainty that we’re all going to die in 2012 (

6. The Mayan Calendar – The Mayans were the first to predict the end of the world on December 21, 2012. They were very good at building highly accurate astrological equipment out of stone, and they managed to calculate the length of the lunar moon as 329.53020 days, only 34 seconds out – thousands of years ago. Some are saying that since they were able to calculate the lunar cycle – their end of the world prediction must also be right on target (

7. The Bible – Some Christian groups are proclaiming that interpretations of the Book of Revelation predict the date for the final battle between good and evil (Armageddon), will be in 2012 (

Since I do not have a scientific background, I will refer you to Mr. Hawking concerning the first five scientific prophecies. To be fare he was quoted as saying: “We’re not saying there is no God, we’re saying there is no need for God to explain the universe, and I agree with him on that. I will briefly comment on ancient religions and their apocalyptic predictions, but will save the commentary for the sixth reason for the Mayan archeologist experts. This article will primarily focus on ancient religious manuscripts including biblical scriptures in an attempt to answer the following two questions and will be divided into two parts:

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Apocalypse 2012 Survival Books

On July 20, 2011, in Tools & Survival, by James

Warning – The Apocalypse 2012 Is Coming Soon

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A timetraveler knocks on my door and tells me what has happened from where he came. This is what he told me. .

The date is November 5th 2012.

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By Jerry Benson

2012 is right around the corner, and we’ve all heard the rumors and theories about what’s going to happen. What’s the real deal with 2012 though? What are some of the prophecies that are floating around and is anything really going to happen? Read on to learn about some of the alleged 2012 prophecies to see if there’s any truth to the rumors.

First 2012 Prophecy: The world is going to end. This is a widely held belief that in 2012, after the end of the Mayan calendar, the world is going to end through some catastrophic disaster. As far as any scientist or astrologist can tell this is completely false and the transition to 2012 will be just like any other new year. However, no scientists can understand how the Mayans themselves were able to get such an accurate grasp of the universe around us by charting stars and the movement of planets. Till to this day scientists are boggled by their accute understanding of earth’s place in our galaxy.

Second 2012 Prophecy: The end of the Mayan calendar signals a switch in consciousness. Depending on who you ask and what you choose to believe this may or may not be true. The Mayan calendar ends in 2012 but it also starts again, just like our calendar. Whether or not there is a real consciousness shift will depend on the events near or around the new year of 2012. Scary even more to believe, is the research that has been done on human consciousness. Researchers have found that the human bodies own electromagnetic field zeros out when one has an out of body experience. They have also found that our electromagnetic field is directly influenced by the earths… so, one can only wonder, what would happen to our consciousness in the event of a complete polar shift? Scientists are already finding that the earth’s magnetic field is decreasing, hinting that a polar reversal may be near…

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Another viewpoint on doomsday prophecies and the Bible – particularly the 2012 Mayan prophecy.

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I found this 1 hour interview with Frank Joseph and thought that some of you may find it interesting.

Frank Joseph, author of: Atlantis and 2012: The Science of the Lost Civilization and the Prophecies of the Maya

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Prophecies Of Mother Shipton and 2012

On May 27, 2011, in Prophecies, by James

Mother Shipton was a Yorkshire witch who prophesised about events to come in the form of poems.

Her prophecies predicted the fates of several rulers within and just after her lifetime, the invention of iron ships, Great Fire of London in 1666, the defeat of the Spanish Armada…and even the end of the world!

It is thought by some that Mother Shipton was largely a myth, and that many of her prophecies were composed by others after her death, and after the events they ‘predicted’. I will let you be the judge as some of her predictions have yet to come true…

Carriages without horses shall goe,
And accidents fill the world with woe.
Around the world thoughts shall fly
In the twinkling of an eye…

And now a word in uncouth rhyme
Of what shall be in future time,
For in the wondrous far off days,
The women shall adopt a craze
To dress like men and trousers wear
And cut off their lovely locks of hair.
They’ll ride astride with brazen brow
As witches on a broomstick now

When pictures seem alive with movements free
When boats like fishes swim beneath the sea,
When men like birds shall scour the sky
Then half the world, deep drenched in blood shall die.

And those that live will ever fear
The dragons tail for many year
But time erases memory
You think it strange. But it will be.

And before the race is built anew
A silver serpent comes to view
And spew out men of like unknown
To mingle with the earth now grown
Cold from its heat and these men can
Enlighten the minds of future man.

Prophecies of Earth’s Doom

On May 23, 2011, in General, Prophecies, by James

Author: David Nelmes

Edgar Cayce, Nostradamus, John from Revelations, the Mayans, and numerous other authors and psychics have all depicted terrible end time cataclysms that will result in the end of life as we know it. Like moths to a flame, we appear to be attracted to these prophecies since we tend to believe that we may be somewhat deserving of a fiery end…or at least that some people deserve or earned this future.

Various end of the world dates have been predicted hundreds of times since 30AD and even more predictions are provided for as far ahead as 2047 at this time…and as each year passes, more end of the world predictions occur for even later years. The addition of more and more predictions is inevitable since each occurrence of ‘previously hidden evidence’ or ‘newly discovered information’ will result in predictions going on for thousands of years to come…or until we choose to stop subjecting ourselves to such fearful and unnecessary banter.

Some popular ‘end of the world dates’ were and are:

1982: Pat Robertson predicted that the world would end, plus world ends due to the Jupiter effect.
1988: 40 years after Israel became a nation (‘this generation shall not pass’ with a generation being counted as 40 years + 1948.)
1993: Same as above, but 7 years added for tribulation period.
1998: Because 666 x 3 = 1998, plus based upon predictions from Nostradamus as depicted in the movie “The Man Who Saw Tomorrow”.
1999: Predicted by Kirk Nelson using Edgar Cayce’s Predictions in conjunction with the Bible.
2000: World ends due to the new millennium, also if you divide 2000 by 3, you get 666, plus another Jupiter effect, plus also predicted in the book, ‘The Bible Code’, plus Hal Lindsey’s updated prediction from being in 1988 (40 years after Israel became a nation) to the rapture happening in 2000 and the end of the world in 2007.
2001: Jack van Impe prediction, plus, since there is no year 0, the true millennium is 2001
2007: Same as above but includes an adjustment for calendar changes in the middle ages, plus Hal Lindsey updates end dates to possibly now being 2040 or 2047.
2009: Jerry Falwell predicts the end in 1999, saying less than 10 years to go.
2012: Mayan calendar ends, plus the book “The Bible Code” includes yet another end date, plus Nostradamus picks this date in his newly discovered revelations, plus variations of interpretations from Edgar Cayce.

I am not going to argue that Edgar Cayce, Nostradamus or Biblical prophets may have had the capacity to see what we interpret as future events, but what I do know is true is that these depictions have more to do with dreaming or fashioning the future as compared to predicting it.

Even though hundreds of world ending predictions have come and gone in centuries past, without the world ending, the moment the next prediction is presented, the masses are drawn to this prophecy of doom and embrace it as inevitable and allow the fear of the prediction to affect them in some way.

The only reason these predictions attract any interest at all is because we feel so unable to control our own futures and therefore, we use these predictions as a way to grab apparent control, even though the future these prophecies provide for us are events we would not otherwise have chosen. In our frantic attempt to grab control of the future by accepting these predictions, we totally deny our own capacity to provide a better future that we could manifest ourselves.

End time prophecies may appear to provide us with a glimpse of our future, but all they really do is diminish our capacity to see that we have total say in what the future holds, because the future is not set. The future is based solely upon what your mind believes is possible or inevitable today…this moment. Your thoughts and resulting actions at this moment are what shapes the future, and nothing else.

If following the crowd and simply accepting the worst is where the majority of us desire to go, then let’s look at where this method of thinking might take the world. Let’s say that one of these predictions were really true and an event will occur that will wipe mans existence from the earth. How should we respond to this? How should we really view this possibility?

The only reason any prediction of the future would concern you is if you believe that the physical ‘you’ is all that there is. If you do not perceive or consider that there is something beyond the physical, then yes, the end of the world is the end of everything, and man’s every conscious thought of every person simply ceases to exist as the universe just shakes us off. It’s as though we never existed and as though not a single achievement or struggle ever happened or mattered at all. Life loses all meaning and even though this has not happened yet, the thought of it could only strip you of any reason to want to move forward and make something positive of your life.

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