Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Theortical Implications of 2012

The likelihood that the world will cease to exist in December 2012 is frightening, yet possible. The theory behind the coming end varies from blog to blog, from researcher to researcher, from scientist to scientist, from religion to religion. However, the arguments that suppose the world will come to an end are all based around several items:

The ancient Mayan calendar ends on December 21, 2012.

The Winter Equinox falls on December 21, 2012.

The solar system is at its closest to the center of the Galaxy on December 21, 2012.

The Earth, Sun, and Moon are all aligned with the Black Hole at the center of our Milky Way on December 21, 2012.

What does this confluence of events, galactic alignment, actually mean?

The opportunity presents itself for a shift in the Earth's magnetic poles - an event that occurs every 50,000 years +/- a couple - and is due any year now.

The confluence of these events will gravitationally stress the fabric of the earth's surface bringing about extreme tidal changes, earthquakes, world-wide volcanic eruptions - particularly setting off the super-calderas spread around the world.

The alignment may also open a worm hole in space that will allow interstellar space travel by the ancient peoples who were originally worshiped as Gods and Angels. Drawings from their earlier visits are presented in every ancient culture indicating that they have been here before, and the mythology indicates that they will be returning.

Of course, regardless of which events actually come about - any major cataclysm, natural, astronomical, or visitation from past "Gods" will essentially bring an end to the world as we know it. More on what that implies later.


  1. It's an interesting thought that interstellar travel is only possible when planets line up with the giant black hole at the center of our galaxy. Makes me think that these "travelers" have either conquered aging and are immune to time, or they are very very patient.

  2. Interesting theory. Has it only recently been discovered that all of these items "line up" in 2012? Or has this theory been around for a long, long time? Seems like it's just now making noise as a possible time for the end of everything we know...

  3. Endora: time is a perception based on your current position in space, and your momentum & direction of movement.
    David: this has been known for a very long time. It's just that people don't want to look very far into their future. They are more concerned with the recent past and tomorrow. Remember the Y2K fiasco with all the computers? How far in advance did we know that was comming and did nothing to plan for it?