End Times And 2019: The End Of The Mayan Calendar And The Countdown To Judgment Day

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Does the end of the Mayan Calendar start the countdown to Judgment Day? Biblical and historical researcher David Montaigne concludes that this is the case. He says that the end of the Mayan Long Count on 12/21/2012 is the official start of the Bible's seven-year tribulation-both were focused on the same astronomical events that occur from 2012 to 2019. The world as we know it will be gone by 2020. Texts from ancient India tell us about great cycles of destruction. The Egyptians told the same basic story with ...
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Does the end of the Mayan Calendar start the countdown to Judgment Day? Biblical and historical researcher David Montaigne concludes that this is the case. He says that the end of the Mayan Long Count on 12/21/2012 is the official start of the Bible's seven-year tribulation-both were focused on the same astronomical events that occur from 2012 to 2019. The world as we know it will be gone by 2020. Texts from ancient India tell us about great cycles of destruction. The Egyptians told the same basic story with different names. The Maya reveal another version of the story, and were very clear about the timing of events from December 2012 to 2019. Your average American is no expert on these cultures, but most people do have a Bible at home-and the clearest details on what is about to happen can be found in the Bible, if you don't let someone else tell you which parts you should focus on. No, this isn't what you were taught in Sunday school. Religious leaders guide us between the raindrops of curious comments in the Bible. We are discouraged from focusing on the parts they say we weren't meant to understand. But if we stop glossing over these important passages we will understand a flood of details about the End Times.

Our "leaders” are not ignorant of these events. The elite already know what is about to happen and they have made preparations most rational people would not believe, because evidence is suppressed to avoid chaos. They want us to remain ignorant, or at least to believe that the details are secrets that cannot be known. But the coming events (and their timing) are not secrets. Years ago, this book's publication would not have been tolerated by those in power. But by now it doesn't matter much-their plans are not going to be interfered with at this point. Your plans, however, can still be formulated, if you make the choice to understand.
Topics include:

Bible Prophecy
Matthew 24:36- Knowing the hour and the day
The Mayan Calendar and Mythology
Pole Shifts
Galactic Superwaves
Ancient Egypt
Ancient India
World Mythology
The Georgia Guidestones
The real Star of Bethlehem and the exact birthday of Christ
Calculating the Second Coming, and Judgment Day

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  • ISBN-13: 9781935487920
  • Publisher: Adventures Unlimited Press
  • Publication date: 2/15/2013
  • Pages: 346
  • Sales rank: 599,690
  • Product dimensions: 5.90 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Meet the Author

Historian and prophecy scholar David Montaigne (author of Nostradamus, World War III) has traveled to Israel, Egypt, Mexico, and many other nations to study ancient monuments and unravel their most important messages.
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    Posted May 24, 2014

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    This book is packed with interesting information. At first I di

    This book is packed with interesting information. At first I didn't see how all of it was related, but as I got further into the book the author ties a lot of topics together. Now I understand how many different sources all point to the same future events. He often has two or three (or more) biblical references that lead to a specific date, especially in December 2019. I am convinced he is right.

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  • Posted February 17, 2013

    Montaigne's title gets right to the point: his research conclude

    Montaigne's title gets right to the point: his research concludes that Judgment Day is in 2019.
    But the Mayan-style cover is a bit misleading because most of the chapters are based on bible prophecy.
    The author explains that Matthew 24:36 has a slight mistranslation and that we can know the hour and the day of end times events because the bible makes so many astronomical references. Planets and stars are only in the right positions to act out an ancient Jewish wedding ceremony in December 2019, and not for any other time for thousands of years. Of course such a wedding would be the Second Coming with Jesus returning for his bride. I can't tell if Montaigne is a true Christian believer or not but he says that whether we take religion seriously or not, the Bible describes events in 2019 through astronomy. So do the Maya, and other cultures like Egypt, but there are less chapters on these other ancient cultures, which the author mostly views as support for the bible prophecies.
    Montaigne also makes a strong case for evidence of previous civilizations destroyed by pole shifts; claiming these occur regularly in predictable astronomical cycles. He assumes we are due for another on Judgment Day, and cites many bible verses which he thinks describe a pole shift. I never thought of these verses that way before, but after reading his book it does seem like a logical conclusion. I want to re-read it again soon. I learned a lot, and none of it was hard to understand, but sometimes he covered topics I was unfamilar with in great depth and I think I'll learn even more from it on a second reading. After that I plan to loan my book to friends because I'm impressed with it and I want to discuss it with them soon. Five Stars. I just hope he's wrong.

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