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19 "The Apocalypse 2012 - My View"

Updated on April 12, 2012

The way I see it happening.

The Apocalypse 2012 – My View

I am no geologist or astronomer. I have not had any formal education in either field. I have only been watching a lot of the shows on TV and reading and researching a lot on the Internet. I have read most of the hubs that refer to this and sorting out everyone’s opinions and how they all have their own views about what they think will happen. I have also been following the earthquakes and volcanoes as they happen around the world over the past several years and how it seems there has been a slight increase. These might become more frequent as we get closer to 2012.

There is a lot of talk about YellowstonePark in Wyoming and how it has been becoming more active in the past few years. I see this as being more of a concern than anything when that time comes. I personally don’t think the world will come to an end as drastically as in the move. But I do believe that if the planet alignment causes enough of a pull on the Earth it could cause some severe earthquakes and volcano eruptions that could change the world as we know it today.

If you think that the world economy is bad now, wait ‘till you see what happens if just Yellowstone erupts. And if things were bad with the airports and this bad winter, that’s mild compared to what it might be then. The problem is, if Yellowstone erupts, I’m sure there will be more. Look at what happened when the one in Iceland erupted. That was mild compared to what they say Yellowstone’s will be and look what kind of problems that caused. It is said that the ash from Yellowstone will circle the globe and cause havoc for everyone.

Anyway, if we are lucky, nothing will happen. We can only hope and pray that will be the case. There really isn’t anything that we can do if something happens except to accept what happens and learn to live with it.



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    • gregas profile imageAUTHOR

      Greg Schweizer 

      9 years ago from Corona, California.

      Hi Happy, Thank you. There are things that can happen that may change the world the way we know it today, but I don't feel it will be the end. Greg

      Hi Sunnie, Thank you. If we knew what the future actually holds, most of us couldn't enjoy our lives today worrting about it. "Just live today for what it may hold and tomorrow is a gift untold." Greg

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      Sunnie Day 

      9 years ago

      Hi Greg,

      I dont think we know what the future holds. Does not hurt to be alert and watchful. We should live each day in awe! Not to worry so that it gets us down. Many have been hit hard and had no control over major events but it would be nice to know our neighbors, and prepare the best we can to have some emergency items should we lose power, etc..even the best laid plans may not be enough..Savor the day!

      Thanks again,


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      Mr. Happy 

      9 years ago from Toronto, Canada

      Interesting read Mr. Gregas.

      The world/life is certainly not ending as in vanishing away but it will like You wrote, change from what we know it to be like.

      I think it is needed.


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      9 years ago

      This article addresses the thoughts many people hold in their mind. Like you said we need to pray and enjoy life now.Thanks for sharing.

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      9 years ago from Vancouver / Bangkok

      Right now I think that a war between Israel, Iran and the USA, is far more concerning than an eruption at Yellowstone.

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      Marlin 55 

      9 years ago from USA

      All I have to say is yes there are a lot of changes happening at the moment and I don't now what will happen on December 21 2012. But What ever does take place I am hoping that it brings many positive changes to the world and to the people.

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      Dog Behavior Tips 

      9 years ago

      Most of the information you find on the internet (and mainstream media) on the subject of comets and meterology is disinformation. There is one scientist who really has his finger on the pulse: Jim Mccanney. He does weekly radio broadcasts and they're archived on his website: - I think anyone interested in this thread will find his stuff very interesting.

    • gregas profile imageAUTHOR

      Greg Schweizer 

      9 years ago from Corona, California.

      Hi CM, Thank you for the comment. As I said in my article, I don't see the world coming to an end or the end of mankind. If any of these things happen, it could very well be the end of the world as we know it today. There is also a volcano in The Canary Islands that could erupt and if it does, it could cause a massive landslide that would cause a tsunami that would more than likely take out the east coast of the USA and other countries around the Atlantic. Greg

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      9 years ago from Other Side of the Sun

      If the world comes to an end in 2012, it will purely be a coincidence. Inevitably, one day one of these prophecies or nutters are going to get lucky and get it right! Of course the end of the world and the end of the human race is not at all the same thing!

    • gregas profile imageAUTHOR

      Greg Schweizer 

      9 years ago from Corona, California.

      Hi Fay, thank you for the comment. There are just too many strange things or increased action happening on this earth to completely ignore what is being said about next year. There isn't anything we can do about it, so enjoy your family and life NOW just in case there is a drastic change. Then, if there isn't, you will just be that much happier.


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      Fay Paxton 

      9 years ago

      When I consider the intensity and number of natural disasters we are having, it is difficult to believe that some people deny the effects of climate change.

      voted up

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      10 years ago from Australia

      Well Greg your hub makes me kinda glad that I live in Australia. I don't think that we have had a volcano blows it's stack for quite a while now :-)

      Interesting read and for what it's worth my money is on the world getting past 2012 in one piece.

    • gregas profile imageAUTHOR

      Greg Schweizer 

      10 years ago from Corona, California.

      Hi Ghost, thanks for stopping by here too. I just know that from what they say, St. Hellen's will be nothing compared to Yellowstone if it blows. But, like you said, what happens will happen and if we do survive, all we have to do is defend what we will have left. Greg

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      10 years ago

      Yellowstone erupting might get interesting, all right--though when the earthquake that formed Quake Lake hit in 1959, I slept right through it (though other family members and neighbors in western Montana did not). On the other hand, when Mt. Saint Helens went, I was working in Gillette, Wyoming...and even at that distance, the ashfall made quite a covering on vehicles in the area.

      So yeah, a big one would be, well, a big one.

      But I've long since subscribed to the notion that it's best to get done what I can get done without spending time worrying about "stuff" I can do nothing about. Don't reckon I can stick a plug in Yellowstone, so hey, I'll just keep our Arizona Border Fort secure against possible bandit incursions and call it good.

      If I sleep through the Big Booom, though, do let me know!

    • gregas profile imageAUTHOR

      Greg Schweizer 

      10 years ago from Corona, California.

      Hi Ashlie, no I don't believe in his predictions because no one can seem to match them to any incidents until AFTER they have happened. The only reason I think anyone is forcasting this one is because there are other predictions. I just believe that there will be changes to the gravitational pull and the slight strech of the shape of the earth and how that can effect the earth's crust. Thank you for the comment. Greg

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      10 years ago from WEST VIRGINIA

      We have a lot in common gregas. Did you here about a big comet, a tad smaller then Jupiter, is heading for us? That is what I heard. It is suppost to pass us around December 2012. They said even if it missed big, it will mess us up. That is a big gravational pull. It would cause caos here, without hitting our planet. The tides would rise and cause massive flooding. Do you believe Nostradamus gregas?


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