How To Survive 2012: Tactics and Survival Places for the Coming Pole Shift

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In his previous books, The Orion Prophecy and The World Cataclysm in 2012, Patrick Geryl presented proof that the ancient Maya predicted in great detail the scenario set to take place in the year 2012, a scenario of complete and utter destruction which has occurred in Earth's past and will occur again. Due to a recurring pattern of activity in the sun's magnetic fields, the magnetic poles of the sun reverse from time to time. This, in turn, causes the release of massive solar flares that lash out into the solar ...
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Overview

In his previous books, The Orion Prophecy and The World Cataclysm in 2012, Patrick Geryl presented proof that the ancient Maya predicted in great detail the scenario set to take place in the year 2012, a scenario of complete and utter destruction which has occurred in Earth's past and will occur again. Due to a recurring pattern of activity in the sun's magnetic fields, the magnetic poles of the sun reverse from time to time. This, in turn, causes the release of massive solar flares that lash out into the solar system. These cause havoc with the Earth's magnetic field, resulting in the reversal of the Earth's magnetic poles, hence a reversal of its very rotation!

The Earth's outer crust is thrown into chaos, with planet-wide earthquakes, volcanoes and tidal waves reshaping landmasses and seas in a matter of hours. Civilization as we know it will end. Billions of casualties will occur worldwide; very few humans will survive. In the face of this immense cataclysm, Geryl urges mankind to prepare and endure. The outlook is bleak, but the obstacles are not insurmountable. In this book, Geryl provides the blueprint for those wishing to survive the disaster to prepare themselves and prevail. He explains in detail the myriad problems survivors will encounter, and the precautions that need to be taken to overcome them. It is his hope that with this information in hand, enough people Will live on to reestablish civilization and continue human life on Earth.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781931882682
  • Publisher: Adventures Unlimited Press
  • Publication date: 3/15/2007
  • Pages: 213
  • Product dimensions: 6.12 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.46 (d)

Table of Contents


Foreword     9
Secrets from a Distant Past
The Riddle of the Magnetic Field Solved     13
Why the North Becomes South     26
The Inner Core of the Earth     34
A Super Spectacular Double Code!     41
The Maya Sunspot Cycle: Theory and Reality     47
The Destruction After The Catastrophe
A Religious Warning of the Forthcoming Apocalypse?     61
The Destruction     67
Hurricanes and Tornadoes     74
Sunstorms and Cosmic Radiation     79
Volcanic Areas     85
Glacial Areas     93
The Rebuilding
A Relevant Geographic Place     101
The Rebuilding     106
Essential Fruits, Vegetables and Grains     110
The Library for a New World     125
Rudimentary Medicine     130
Possible Survival Places
The Behavior of the Tidal Wave     135
Unsinkable Boats     138
The Problem of Determining Location     143
Where Do We Gather After the Continental Shift?     153
The Rising and Sinking of Mountains     157
Places with the Best Chance for Survival     166
The End of Times     172
A New Golden Age     182
Astronomical and Mathematical Proof
25 Mathematical Proof     191
Super Numbers Predict the Catastrophe
Code Numbers that Confirm the Countdown to the End of Times in 2012
The Sunspot Cycle Theoretically Calculated
The Magnetic Field Reversal with an Orbit Speed of 360 Days
Another Calculation of the Period of the Reversal of the Magnetic Field of the Sun
The Turning Point on Bit 16,071
Mathematical Correlations Between the Sunspot Cycle and
The Shifting of the Zodiac
How Did They Encode the Orbit Period of the Earth?
Appendix     209
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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 24, 2007

    What would you do if you had five years to live?

    This is the question that comes to mind when considering the thesis of Patrick Geryl's book, How to Survive 2012? Based on his research and the deciphering of mathematical codes left by ancient scholars, a cataclysmic event will soon overwhelm the planet. This is the third in a series of his books about the devastating destruction that the author has discovered is coming in 2012---a planetary geophysical pole reversal. The first part of the book discusses his voluminous research from several different disciplines including mathematics, ancient texts, archaeology, geology, cartography, mythology, astronomy, and physics that led him to conclude that a pole reversal will happen in 2012. Such a shift of the earth's crust would result in the destruction of civilization and the deaths of most of the world's population. The author can get quite graphic in his description of what would happen during and following a pole reversal. However, I find that there is a wisdom and compassion in his style of writing. It is to prepare the mind like an inoculation so that when actual conditions present themselves, one can act. Patrick's writer's voice is clear, logical, enthusiastic, and strident. He believes that the devastation of 2012 is going to happen. It has happened thousands of times in the history of the earth, he contends, in clock-like fashion. The compelling aspect about Patrick to me is that he presents himself as a sincere person, a diligent, self-made scholar who has put together the pieces of the puzzle into a huge mosaic until the picture becomes clear and the arrows point to one central message. If you ever wondered why the Egyptians and Mayans labored for generations to build pyramids, wouldn't warning future generations of a planetary cataclysmic event be such a reason? It so happens that our technology just now in this generation has reached a point to be able to decipher the symbols and messages contained there. If pole reversal is coming in 2012 how can it be that our top scientists are not warning us about it, and how is it that they don't know about it? Patrick claims that he has cracked the code mathematically and it is evident in the book that he has been thinking about this voluminous topic deeply for many years. Many breakthrough discoveries have come from independent persons who thought about things from different angles in totally new ways. What distinguishes his book in an area of rapidly mounting interest is the quality of his analyses and the manner in which he came upon his discovery. He claims that he has deciphered the messages of warning left for us by our ancestors in the pyramids, in the Mayan calendar, Dendera Zodiac, the Nazca lines, and the ancient myths and legends. The great controversy lies not in if he is wrong, but if he is right. If he is right, then he could be warning us of the inevitability of the most tumultuous event in the history of humanity. While the implications of what he is presenting would call upon us to totally change our way of life, this warning might allow for humanity to prepare and for some of us to survive to carry forth our wisdom and knowledge for future generations. If the poles shifted do you know how your area would be affected? Find out how to prepare and where the safe zones will be.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 23, 2008

    What would I do if I had five years to live?

    I would accept Jesus Christ as my Lord and Savior. I would read to see what the Bible says about 2012. Then I wouldnt worry about it because I would realize that this theory is false. Read the Bible, it will tell you what you need to know about the end of days.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 15, 2009

    How to Survive 2012

    I would not recommend this book and not yet certain as to why I purchased it, it looked interesting while in the store, then when I got home was disappointed beyond words.

    Simple thoughts, everyone have an opinion on what to expect in 2012, yet at the time one writes what they perceive isn't always what becomes reality.

    Simple again is I look forward to 2012 and being positive in my everyday life, we could all use more positive in our existence instead of reading pointless books on one persons perception of what they believe is going to happen and great for Patrick Geryl on how he plans to survive it, I know I plan to survive without using his book as a point of reference. This is why I choose not to get so hyped up on what I should or should not do as each day the earth and world are changing, a beginning step would be to taking care of Earth Mother and being less destructive in our words, actions and deeds for this is my opinion only.

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