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What People Think About the 2012 Predictions

There are a lot of conflicting theories and opinions about what will happen on 21 December 2012. The prophecies of woe extracted from sources such as the Mayans, the Bible and Nostradamus have stirred up a panic, intrigue and debate. So what do people really think will happen on 21 December 2012?

Over the last five or six years, the majority of writing on the internet predicted the end of the world. It seems as though anybody who wanted to be somebody had a theory about some impending disaster which would destroy the mankind and the planet. Countless accounts about 2012 can also be found keeping dust off the shelves in bookshops.

The majority of scholars agree the Mayan Long Count Calendar merely represents the end of a cycle so a new one can begin – just like any other calendar. Mayan scholars explain that their ancient ancestors were profoundly astute astronomers and astrologists and had calculated a change in the cycles of the Cosmos using the Long Count calendar.

The Mayan Long Count Calendar

It was because the Mayan Long Count Calendar ends on 21 December 2012 that the apocalypse theories began. This transmutated with other theories such as Zecharia Sitchen´s writings about Planet X, or Niburu he claims to have interpreted from ancient Sumerian texts.

From there the whole idea of an alien race emerged coupled with the return of Niburu which will either collide with Earth or we will be visited by aliens who will take control of mankind.

Ancient Aliens Theory

This latter theory was projected into the mind of a mainstream audience through the History channels epic series, Ancient Aliens. Whilst much of the evidence is compelling, the program only explores the possibility of mankind being created by alien DNA without exploring alternative possibilities.

Scholars are condemning book writers and program makers of being charlatans trying to make easy money from something that amounts to little more as a hoax. Their reassurance seems to have eased the anxiety of people who were concerned an impending disaster was about to destroy creation. As 21 December 2012 draws closer, barely anybody is talking about it.

2012 Hoax Kills

In the last couple of years there has been several deaths which have been directly linked to an overwhelming fear of impending doom. Last year in the US, a teenager hanged herself in her bedroom through fear of 2012. In India, a 16-year-old girl drank insecticide after watching a program predicting the end of the world.

Predictions like the 2012 crisis clearly effect people in different ways. Most will brush it off as nonsense. History is always predicting the end of the world. Doomsday is big business. At the other end of the scale. Some people are so driven by fear they can bare to carry on living.

As 21 December 2012 gets closer, what are your feelings, thoughts and answers? Why not write in and tell or join our list of contributors and write an article on the subject.

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