2012 End of the World
The year 2012 is a very interesting topic these days with all the different cultures and psychics predicting 2012 end of the world on December 21st, and that date is
coming very soon. This site is to view the predictions of many different cultures, people, and visionaries.
Obtaining the information from ancient cultures, the Bible code, prophets, modern day visions like the Web Bot from the internet,
government, extra terrestrials, Hopi Indians, Mayans, Merlin, I-Ching,
astronomy, and Egyptians. Also, near Japan, Yonaguni underwater structures that were said to be around 12,000
years old, had writings about 2012 end of the world. Readers can conveniently research for themselves to find
the real truth.
We all hope this is all just a coincidence, and that nothing will happen as predicted. But, with so many
resources predicting the same scenario, it's better to be prepared in advance the best we can.
Predictions were made that the world would end with Y2K and other dates. Before Y2K, there was
really no evidence that 2000 had any significance. People just thought that computers would shut down, because
that date went to 0, and obviously everything was fine. There were no ancient cultures and visionaries like
Nostradamus who said that the world would end in 2000, as the 2012 end of the world does.
Nostradamus' prediction said there would be destruction from the sky to hit the New City of York, at the
longitude 45 degrees north. That was predicted to happen in the first year of the new millennium, he was correct
referring to 911. That was said to be predicted in the lost book of Nostradamus. He drew pictures of the galactic dark rift in the Milky Way.
Nostradamus is only one of many people and cultures to predict that date. Not all of the prophecies predict
complete doom with the end of the Mayan calendar. Some think that the 2012 end
of the world predictions will be a transformation to peace, and back to nature, the way it it was supposed to
be all along. With mother Earth the universe of human culture and consciousness.