End Of The World Predictions
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There are numerous sources from all points of time in the history of the world that have made predictions for the end of the world. From thousands of years ago all the way up to this present period in time, people have had a fascination with “the end”. Whether or not this morbid preoccupation has played a role in the predictions made by multiple prophets remains a mystery. The thing we do know is that many of these predictions all converge on one year: 2012.
The Holy Bible contains such a prophecy of doom for mankind. The Book of Revelation speaks of the breaking of seals and the unleashing of hell of Earth. Many people of modern times believe that we are living in those days spoken of in the Bible. We have been experiencing weather patterns that coincide with the prophecies, as well as wars, famine, diseases, and people dying every single day on a global level. Could this all be coincidence?
The prophecy of the popes was made by a Catholic priest from Ireland named Malachi. Malachi, who was later made a saint, made a pilgrimage to the Vatican and upon crossing the last ridge and seeing the city, he fell to his knees and began to prophesy. Saint Malachi predicted the names of every pope to come throughout the history of the Catholic church. To this day his predictions have been correct. The frightening aspect of this is that there are only two names left on his list. Upon the arrival of the last pope, the world is said to fall into great cataclysm.
Modern day prophets include Zecharia Sitchin and his claim of the twelfth planet called Nibiru and explanations of the origins of mankind. Terrence McKenna, who made predictions of time travel and a new age of existence for mankind. Ian Xel Lungold, who made light of the true meaning of the Mayan Calendar. Lungold also believed that the world would not end per say, but go into a new age or era. Nancy Lieder and her Planet X theory, which is somewhat similar to thing mentioned by Zecharia Sitchin. All of these prophets made predictions that were far from common to each other. They all have lived and worked within the last fifty years and all but one have died before seeing the fruition of their visions.
The most notable prophet of all history is the French healer/prophet Michel de Nostradame, commonly known as Nostradamus. Nostradamus made predictions that not only foretold the end of the world, but he also predicted numerous historical events from his lifetime to present. These events have shaped the world, some of which were happened hundreds of years after he died. This makes his prophecies for the end of the world very startling indeed.
The Mayan Calendar, Stonehenge, and the mysterious Crystal Skulls are a few more subjects that have been made infamous by their inclusion into theories of the end of the world. The Mayan Calendar and Stonehenge are primarily time keeping tools, both of which counting toward winter solstice of the year 2012. The Mayan Calendar counts forward like a clock, while Stonehenge counts down like a timer. The Crystal Skulls are believed to be of extraterrestrial origin. The skulls, thirteen in all, were said to be placed on Earth by aliens at several places around the world. Legend has it that the skulls must be brought together before the year 2012 or some untold mega disaster will destroy the planet.
The theories and predictions of the end of the world are as numerous as the day is long. Which ones are a real possibility? Know one knows for sure. The one thing we can be certain of is that the world is definitely changing. Predictions have been made of these changes, but are they coincidence? If not, is there anything we can do to change them?
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