Apparently, the Mayans predicted the Earthquake in Japan and therefore many fatalists are asking, could 2012 be the real deal?
Most and cultures share a perception that things as we know them, won’t last forever. Countless have been made about how it’s all going to go down and again, most and religions coincide in that it will not be a pretty thing.
According to scholars who have studied what was left of Mayan writings after the Spaniards ravaged them to shreds and burned every book they could find, the Mayans used the movement of the cosmos as tale tell signs of what was going to happen to us here on Earth.
The Mayans created calendars based on their calculations and came up with nine , which span from the origin of the earth, to its “end.”
True or not, we have to hand it to the Mayans: they knew a ridiculous lot about stars. For instance, they calculated the exact duration of a year to a thousandth of a decimal point, before math was a popular subject taught in schools. Also, they were able to predict every solar and lunar eclipse up to this day. Most intriguing, December 21 2012 is, cosmically speaking, a day unlike any other; it will be the , and the Sun will sit precisely on the heavenly crossroads between the Milky Way and the galactic equinox, forming a perfect alignment with the center of the galaxy.
According to the Mayan scriptures, the world has gone through all nine cycles each one ending with a bang. The first cycle was ended by a jaguar eating everyone on Earth, the second cycle ended in air, the third cycle, which started 41 million years ago was completed with fire, the fourth cycle, the cycle of “mind” was ended with a flood some hundred thousand years ago… you get the idea.