Apocalypse 12-21-12: The Mayan Prophecies

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Mayan prophecies have been the subject of heated debate for decades. Is there really a Mayan calendar 2012 prophecy of any kind? Although some in the media and government would have you believe otherwise, a very specific prophecy is factually documented in Mayan carvings.

Author James Burton Anderson is a graduate engineer, life-long dedicated astronomer, archeologist, and fifty-year MENSA member. He has studied the Mayan calendar and its ...

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Overview

Mayan prophecies have been the subject of heated debate for decades. Is there really a Mayan calendar 2012 prophecy of any kind? Although some in the media and government would have you believe otherwise, a very specific prophecy is factually documented in Mayan carvings.

Author James Burton Anderson is a graduate engineer, life-long dedicated astronomer, archeologist, and fifty-year MENSA member. He has studied the Mayan calendar and its possible apocalyptic implications for over fifteen years, and believes that knowledge is power.

James wants as many Americans as possible to understand exactly what all the fuss is about, and what dangers might actually occur. Only in this way can individuals make up their own minds whether this matter is worthy of very great concern or should simply be ignored. Is an apocalypse based on the Mayan calendar end of world scenario remotely possible?

This unique up-to-the-minute book explores the basis of the worldwide concern over the coming Mayan calendar 2012 prophecies date, which is almost upon us. In May, Reuters reported a study showing that worldwide 10% of adult individuals believe the Mayan prophecy could signify the end of the world in December 2012. In America a startling 22% believe they will see the world end in their lifetime. Many very credible scientists and others are deeply concerned about survival.

Anderson shares his startling findings on why this special Mayan calendar prophecy date might actually have more validity than governments will ever reveal. He is convinced that we are, in fact, in very urgent and present danger. He explores in helpful detail what we are not being told and why, and comes to some important conclusions.

Are we actually in imminent danger? The many different "Mayan prophecies 2012 'End of the World' December 21" scenarios are explored in great detail, along with timely useful advice on the steps you can take to protect yourself and your loved ones.

Whether or not the Mayan prophecy theories are valid, it is irrefutable that the Maya prophecy of their God's return is deeply rooted in their beliefs.

Mayan prophecies may or may not come true on December 21, but making preparations for the inevitable coming disasters that will make hurricane Sandy seem like a spring shower simply makes common sense to many concerned scientists.

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  • ISBN-13: 9781893257573
  • Publisher: Lion's Pride Publishing Company
  • Publication date: 6/1/2012
  • Pages: 318
  • Sales rank: 1,178,897
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.67 (d)

Meet the Author

Author James Burton Anderson is a graduate engineer, life-long dedicated astronomer and fifty-year MENSA member. He has studied the Mayan calendar and its possible apocalyptic implications for over fifteen years, and believes that knowledge is power. James wants as many Americans as possible to understand exactly what all the fuss is about, and what dangers might actually occur. Only in this way can individuals make up their own minds whether this matter is worthy of very great concern or should simply be ignored. Married with four children and two grandchildren, he lives with his wife of thirty years and two great pups in Arizona's High Sonoran Desert.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 7, 2013

    Thats kool

    Thats a really kool picture for rhe cover...lets just say..it took a bunch of editing!

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