The World Tree : Gathering for the Shift of 2012-2013

The World Tree : Gathering for the Shift of 2012-2013

by William Gaspar

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The ancient Mayans invented a remarkably accurate calendar that forewarns of the Earth’s end. Is there any relevance to this ancient calendar and is the end of days approaching?

Doctors William A. Gaspar and Jose A. Jaramillo have written a compelling and fascinating narrative about this ancient mystery and what it means to human survival. Past research has indicated that 2012 is the year in which the rhythms and patterns of the Earth’s climate and its galactic alignment with the Solstice Sun may culminate in drastic weather, resulting in devastation of such proportions that the Earth, as we know it, will no longer be.

Scientifically examining Ice Age rhythms, calendar cycles, Sacred Geometry, Astronomy and Cosmology, Gaspar and Jaramillo arrive at an educated conclusion about what we can expect during this significant year in time. With the obvious changes occurring with our Earth’s climate, The Word Tree explores the correlation between Ice age cycles, climate change and the Mayan calendar, answering the question: is it a true predictor of what’s to come and will 2012 bring a significant shift in the Earth’s infinite existence?

Product Details

BN ID: 2940013568976
Publisher: Strategic Book Publishing
Publication date: 11/12/2011
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 348
File size: 14 MB
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About the Author

Dr. William A. Gaspar, an Internist, and Dr. Jose A. Jaramillo are published authors. Dr. Gaspar has been a guest on the Art Bell Show, Laura Lee, X-Zone and Global Talk Radio discussing his previous book, The Celestial Clock. Dr. Jose A. Jaramillo has written the book The Mayan Calendar: The Holistic Book of Knowledge and directed the films Between 2 Worlds and The Alignment Within. They live with their families in New Mexico and California.

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