The hysteria has been building up for years, based on the belief that a Maya prophecy foretells the end of the world on December 21st, 2012.
Even the purveyors of the hysteria, some of whom have made a lot of money, can’t agree on what is actually to occur. Some say the world will be destroyed on the 21st as a result of a collision with Planet X or Nibiru or a black hole or for some other reason.
Others predict not a destruction of the planet but the end of civilization. In a Super Bowl ad, General Motors portrayed a destruction of civilization which can, however, be survived by a man and his dog in a Chevy Silverado. (See the commercial, on YouTube, here).
Other 2012 promoters approach it from another angle, predicting that December 21st will usher in a new “cosmic consciousness” or something like that, which is easier to climb down from than predicting something cataclysmic that doesn’t occur.
Did the Maya actually predict something cataclysmic or transcendent on December 21st, 2012?
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Article by Allan Wall, published on Mexidata.info, December 17th, 2012.