2012 & the Mayan Prophecy of Doom


Book Details

Author  D. W. Kreger
Publisher  William Baughman Publishing
Publication Date   December 9, 2013
Pages  322


This is the definitive guide to all of the mythology, archaeology and science behind the much talked about Mayan Prophecies for the year 2012 and beyond. Most experts agree that the entire Universe and time itself will probably not come to an end this year. Even the ancient Mayans did not think so. But, could the Mayan myths and prophecies be a garbled message from our ancestors, warning us of a recurring natural cataclysm? There are many scientists who think so, and this fits with many other ancient mythologies. Over 70 different mythologies from around the world document a very similar major cataclysm in the past, and many predicted that it will happen again, and soon. Most agree that we are now approaching the end of one age and the beginning of a new age for humanity and for the earth. What is the scientific evidence for a global cataclysm of the kind specifically mentioned in the ancient mythology? And, what was it that so intrigued Albert Einstein about the possibility of a recurring global cataclysm, even though he apparently had no knowledge of the Mayan prophecies? This book contains research and commentary by Einstein, Plato, Edgar Cayce, and the authors of the ancient Mayan books, Popol Vuh and Chilam Balam. Each of these gifted people worked independently of each other, in most cases having no knowledge of the others writings. Astonishingly, they all wrote about a periodic cataclysmic event, eerily similar in details. Were they all writing about the same recurring cataclysm? Or is this just a coincidence? You decide.

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