One of the best pieces I have seen on this topic. See, also: (1) https://grandtrines.wordpress.com/2012/12/11/winters-solstice-2012-aka-the-end-of-the-world/ (2) https://grandtrines.wordpress.com/2012-patterns-focused-yod-and-diamond/ and (3) https://grandtrines.wordpress.com/2012/12/23/astrology-chart-for-christmas-2012/ Might as well throw this into the mix, also: https://grandtrines.wordpress.com/2012/11/28/quintile-kite-of-december-7-2012/
As an end of the world prediction, this one gained a lot of traction, especially in the time leading up to December 21, 2012.
Courtesy of SuperNova125
But the hype was based on a misunderstanding: it was the end of the ‘long count’ Mayan calendar, not the end of the world.
In much the same way as our own calendar ends every year on December 31, a new calendar starts the next day, in a new year.
It’s Venus’ Fault
“The Mayans, and many other ancient peoples, were fascinated by the planet Venus, whose movements form the most accurate clock in the heavens. As Venus orbits closer to the sun and faster than Earth it will pass Earth so that a line can be drawn through the Sun and both planets. If Venus and Earth are on the same side of the Sun this is called…
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