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Mayan Prophecy (The New Age of Man)
End of the world theories are put to the test each passing year, only to be tossed aside as the sun rises to meet a new day. It seems there is always a new theory about the end of the world each time an important landmark approaches. The millennium New Year had scores of people buying bottled water and toilet paper in preparation for the end of the world. The millennium has come and gone, but we have a new date to put on our calendar. December 21 (winter solstice), 2012.
This day represents the end of the Mayan calendar, which is significant because it symbolizes the sixth cycle of the human race, known as The Golden Age. The Mayans believed that every 26,000 years the Earth completed one cycle, which is made up of six mini-cycles, each lasting 5,126 years. December 21, 2012 is the beginning of that sixth and final cycle. In preparation, humans would be given 13 years (dating from 1999) to recognize their destructive nature (accelerated contamination, lack of preservation).
Only if mankind learned to covet nature over material objects, would they survive the cataclysmic event which is said to usher in the new era. This event would be anything from a solar flare, super volcano, or man-made disaster. If we did not learn to become sustainable, this event would propel mankind back to its humble beginnings as hunter-gatherers. If we did, the human race would know harmony and compassion beyond its wildest dreams.
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