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Will The Word End Dec. 21st 2012?

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The apparent evidence for 2012 theories is examined and found to be false. This is then compared with just a tiny slice of the copious evidence for 'Life Cycles' and discussed.

If I type in '2012 blogs' to Google, it brings up a staggering 261,000,000 items. Now they may not all be individual blogs, but it would be safe to say if you hadn't heard about all the gloom and doom merchants you're probably 'living under a rock!' So the big question is:- "Will it happen?" I've got to say straight up that I don't know anymore than anyone else. It may all happen Dec. 21, 2012, or it may happen May 6, 2010, or Jan. 4, 2025 or April 12, 2130. But the odds on it or any other 'end of world' scenario being correct are infinitesimally small.

So let's examine the main claim together:- that of the Mayan calendar. Wikipedia has an exhaustive article on the Mayan calendar, that falls in the 'too much information' basket, but it does say and I quote :- " Misinterpretation of the Mesoamerican Long Count calendar is the basis for a New Age belief that a cataclysm will take place on December 21, 2012. Dec. 21st is simply the last day of the 13th b'ak'tun. But that is not the end of the Long Count, because the 14th through 20th b'ak'tuns are still to come. Sandra Noble, executive director of Mesoamerican research...considers the portrayal of Dec 2012 as a doomsday or cosmic shift event to be 'a complete fabrication and a chance for a lot of people to cash in'. " Elsewhere I read that the modern day Mayans consider this claim to be laughable and ridiculous and just an example of Western society hijacking their history.

So mathematically speaking there is no basis at all to speculate on the odds of this because the data is incorrect. But that doesn't stop people speculating. Remember when those planes were going to fall out of the sky when all the computers failed on Jan. 1, 2000? Or the myriad previous end of world scenarios. The only part of this that is correct is that on Dec. 22, 2012 those blogs will either disappear or produce some new date.


OK, now what has all this got to do with Life Cycles? Why do I care? The answer is I only care because my carefully assembled research means the complete reverse to the 2012 theories. Namely the possibility of my case histories happening by chance alone is equally infinitesimally small!


Read all my blog entries for 2009. I welcome you to check and double check what I say (because that's exactly what I do before I write). Now if I say to you that for many people (but obviously not for all) there is a very significant Revolution Year when they are 36, then I must be able to point to examples (and sometimes examples of age 24 and age 48 revolutions).Read Chapter Three of Life Cycles as I take famous historical figures and produce evidence. Look for yourselves at Aristotle, Alexander the Great, Julius Caesar, Michelangelo, Leonardo Da Vinci, Winston Churchill, Hitler and JFK. I didn't comb through a list of dozens or hundreds to get these I just read one summary after another. That's right every single case I studied is in there. Think about it. Do you think it a mere coincidence that Alan Alda began the MASH series at 36 or Jerry Seinfeld began The Seinfeld Show or Edward Woodward began Callan? Or David Frost who was at a major crossroads as shown in Frost/Nixon or Jerry Lewis who filmed his number one movie "The Nutty Professor" or Frank Sinatra whose career got resurrected from the ashes and I could go on and on and on.

Come on:- "you do the math!" What chance do I have of being correct? Is it 1 year out of 70 (the biblical allotment)? Or 1 out of 30 (an average number of adult productive years)? Or is it simply 1 out of 12 (because I say every 12 years there is a revolution in your life)?

I don't care what you pick because I've just listed 15 consecutive examples and the chances of me getting it right by guesswork would be 12 to power of 15 or 1 in 1,540,702,160,000,000. Now the chance of getting dealt a Royal Flush in spades in a 5 card game of poker is 1 in 2,598,960. A lot smaller but still pretty big (as a poker player I've never been dealt one). What do you want to put your money on? :- Dec 21, 2012 (with immeasurably small odds) or something that is 592,814,880 times more certain than the possibility of getting dealt a Royal Flush?

I rant like this because I care that you should not be led by the nose. I'm the first person to say exactly this, but just because I'm a small voice doesn't mean you shouldn't listen. I'll be back next month with arguably the mightiest single Revolution Year of all. Don't miss it and until then:-"May the cycles always bring you good fortune".



About the Writer

Since 2009 I have devoted myself to not only writing 2 books on 'Life Cycles', but also maintaining 2 blogs and writing numerous other articles. This is to display the sheer breadth of evidence I have amassed. I have more books and more research planned, after all it isn't every day, you are privileged enough to have discovered the "missing piece of the jigsaw puzzle of life".
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8 comments on Will The Word End Dec. 21st 2012?

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By ranfuchs on November 29, 2011 at 11:07 pm

I have already lived through 3 end of worlds. I hope I can live through another

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By Angie Alaniz on November 29, 2011 at 11:23 pm

Hopefully we'll all be here next month to read next months post. :)

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By TonyBerkman on November 30, 2011 at 12:18 am

Ranchfus, I think the world was supposed to end since it began. If you hang out with Angie you would have lived through about 23 end of the world predictions ;)

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By Angie Alaniz on November 30, 2011 at 01:03 am

lol

And if you hand out with Tony, you just smile and pray. :D

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By TonyBerkman on November 30, 2011 at 01:46 am

I don't think he'd be smiling. Perhaps praying.

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By Ed Attanasio on November 30, 2011 at 08:25 am

Great article. I never tire of this topic. I wrote about 12-21-12 in 2008 for BrooWaha and it has more than 15,000 page views. http://www.broowaha.com/articles/2953/12-21-12

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By neil6 on November 30, 2011 at 04:54 pm

Actually my favourite 'end of world' story I got as a pyschology undergrad. An English minister, back in 1694 (or so), wrote a book saying the world will end in this year. Then in 1695 he writes another book saying that the world had, in fact, ended last year it's just that no-one noticed!

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By Regina88 on June 04, 2014 at 07:35 am

It is so cool pozycjonowanie

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