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2012 and the Myan Calendar. Get the truth!

Updated on September 22, 2015

The truth is out there somewhere.

The truth about The Myans and their predictions.

There is a lot of talk about how 2012 will be the end. Of course the more talk there is the more speculation it spawns. Most of this is based on what is known as "The Myan Calendar."

The first thing you should know is that the Myans Indians had about two dozen calendars that have been discovered! Yes, about 25 have been found and analyzed. Many of them include certain events and do go well past the year of 2012!

Next, I think it is important to know that the Myans were sharp on astrology, not mathmatical calculating. They would have been studying the stars and meteors more than anything else. In this day and age, we are probing space all over our galaxy. Think about how much we know about the water table on Mars and the rings of Saturn, compared to just decades ago. Look at Kepler 20f and how much we have learned about that planet in the last year! There is little that The Myans knew to worry about as I see it.

Lastly. Ask yourselves why the "2012ers" are still going to college and working. Why aren't they taking cruises? Well? Also, how many of them have seen any of the Myan Calendars, or even know that there is more than one? These are great questions I thought. Now I want your opinion! Please leave a comment and vote up. Thank you as always and God bless!

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    • Michele Travis profile image

      Michele Travis 

      6 years ago from U.S.A. Ohio

      Mike I want to thank you for writing this hub. Also, Iran and China are something we need to pay attention to. Many people laugh at Iran, but China has a lot of information they can give to Iran. Just an interesting hub.

    • MikeSyrSutton profile imageAUTHOR

      MikeSyrSutton 

      6 years ago from An uncharted galaxy

      Well dmop, I agree. Most who have studied the Myan culture will tell you that they were not predicting the end in this year. Besides, those who follow the Bible will notice that while some of the events in Revelations have taken place, many have not.

      There is a degree of danger on the horizon however. Iran, and China pose a greater threat than many realize.

      On a different note...the Myans were experts when astrology was concerned. The theory of the solar flares carries more water.

      Thanks for the great input!

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      Michele Travis 

      6 years ago from U.S.A. Ohio

      @dmop solar flares are a problem and they are getting worse this year. I have noticed that also, so why is the media ignoring that and focusing on the "end of the world theory?"

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      dmop 

      6 years ago from Cambridge City, IN

      I don't think the Myans were predicting an end to the world, and I don't think the most scholars are or have either. It just makes a good story and many people have run with it, to get media attention. This is only my perception of the situation.

    • MikeSyrSutton profile imageAUTHOR

      MikeSyrSutton 

      6 years ago from An uncharted galaxy

      You don't think who was predicting the end of the world when you say "they" ?

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      dmop 

      6 years ago from Cambridge City, IN

      I think they knew many things, perhaps things we still don't know today, but I don't believe they were predicting the end of the world. Most scholars believe that this calendar simply marked the end of a cycle and the beginning of a new one. I have read many interesting theories, the one that really intrigues me is the solar flare prediction, which is coming true as we speak. Solar flares are at their peak this year, more have been recorded already than in most previous years and we haven't even hit their climax yet for the year. It could be interesting as they have already cost billions in interrupted transmissions.

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      Michele Travis 

      6 years ago from U.S.A. Ohio

      Thanks for the hub. It is a very good one!

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