Doomsday Debunked: Nibiru is Nuts, False vacuum, Big Rip, Asteroid Impacts, Pole Shift, Blood Moons - Debunking Doomsday News

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Doomsday Debunked: Nibiru is Nuts, False vacuum, Big Rip, Asteroid Impacts, Pole Shift, Blood Moons - Debunking Doomsday News

Doomsday Debunked: Nibiru is Nuts, False vacuum, Big Rip, Asteroid Impacts, Pole Shift, Blood Moons - Debunking Doomsday News

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He attracted as many as 100,000 followers who believed that they would be carried off to heaven when the date arrived.

Based on McKenna's interpretation of the King Wen sequence of the I Ching, an ancient Chinese book on divination, [62] the graph purports to show great periods of novelty corresponding with major shifts in humanity's biological and sociocultural evolution. Perhaps the most famous asteroid is the one that hit the Earth 65 million years ago and is hypothesized to have triggered the extinction of the dinosaurs. That it would disappear as the evening star and reappear only eight days later was something that they thought very important.Many Christian communities were almost abandoned when believers left their homes and migrated to a plain between the two villages of Pepuza and Tymion in Phrygia, where Montanus claimed the heavenly Jerusalem would descend to Earth. Ricardo Cajas, president of the Colectivo de Organizaciones Indígenas de Guatemala, said the date did not represent an end of humanity but that the new cycle "supposes changes in human consciousness". On 23 July 2012, a massive, potentially damaging, solar storm came within nine days of striking Earth. An astrobiologist at NASA has debunked the rumor of the imminent destruction of the world in which a mysterious planet known as Nibiru would collide with the Earth.

They even built a temple where every equinox, one of its corners casts a shadow that looks like a snake. a Most Mayanist scholars, such as Mark Van Stone and Anthony Aveni, adhere to the "GMT (Goodman-Martinez-Thompson) correlation" with the Long Count, which places the start date at 11 August 3114 BC and the end date of bʼakʼtun 13 at 21 December 2012.The corn god (left) and the rain god, Chac, drawing from the Madrid Codex (Codex Tro-Cortesianus), one of the Mayan sacred books; in the Museo de América, Madrid. This date was regarded as the end-date of a 5,126-year-long cycle in the Mesoamerican Long Count calendar, [2] and festivities took place on 21 December 2012 to commemorate the event in the countries that were part of the Maya civilization ( Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras, and El Salvador), with main events at Chichén Itzá in Mexico and Tikal in Guatemala.



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