There are as many prognosticators of the 2012 End Times as there are of earth’s predicted disasters.
The 2012 prognosticators cover the gambit from occult seers, spiritual oracles, computer programs, mathematical calculations, and Native-American and religious prophesies. Their dire predictions range from the planet’s catastrophic demise on one extreme to a new transformational age for mankind – a Golden Age – on the other.
Here are some of the most famous prognosticators for the future of mankind.
The Eschaton stands for that point in history – a singularity – that designates the End of Time – the end of everything – the final destiny of the world.
The Mayan Long Count Calendar
On December 21, 2012 the Maya’s “Long Count” calendar marks the end of a 5,126-year era. At this point, the calendar ends and so do world events and the end of time.
The Web Bot
The Web Bot is an Internet prediction program that supposedly taps into the collective unconscious of humanity on the Net. It predicts the future up to ninety days out by looking for changes in language that precede large emotional events. The larger the emotional impact of an event, the more advance notice the Web Bot gives of that event.
Time Wave Zero
Terrence McKenna, who found an unrecognized pattern in the sixty-four hexagrams of the I-Ching, created time Wave Zero. What he created was a mathematical graphing of the I-Ching and turned it into a map of time. He found intriguing correlations of events over the four thousand years of recorded history. The map correlated time and history with the ebb and flow of novelty points like the atomic bomb, the Neanderthals, the rise of homo sapiens, the birth of language, the Black Death, the Enlightenment, the agricultural revolution, etc. etc. At a certain point, a singularity is reached which designates the end of history.
Seers like Nostradamus and Edgar Cayce predicted a galactic alignment on the winter solstice in 2012. At that time, the sun will be aligned with the center of the Milky Way for the first time in about 26,000 years and precludes the end of history.
While the sun-worshiping Mayans decided that the year 2012 is the end of this age, the Bible Code holds cluster after cluster describing a terrifying solar event, as well as a terrible disaster in 2012.
Bueno de Mesquita
Bueno de Mesquita specializes in making political and foreign-policy forecasts using an unpublished and proprietary computer model based on game theory and rational choice theory. He says that a computer model he built, and has perfected over the last 25 years, can predict the outcome of virtually any international conflict or event, provided the basic input is accurate. His predictions have been alarmingly specific and have been used to predict the end of time in 2012.
Native American Prophecies
Many Native American tribal traditions have also predicted the end of our age and the coming of planetary disasters. Shamans from those tribes include the Chippewa, Lakota, Mohawk, and Sioux.
And finally there are the Hopi.
My new thriller action/adventure novel SEED deals with the Hopi End Times prediction.
Jeremy Nash arrives home after a harrowing trip by plane across the Atlantic in terrible weather to find a Hopi Indian maiden waiting for him at his sister’s house. She tells them she has something for the eldest son of his father that will prove his parents were murdered – and lead him to who killed them. She gives him an invoice for a Kachina doll order with strange code words on it that leads to a series of clues to the 2012 End Times Hopi prediction – and the secret organization that murdered his parents for what they discovered.
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