In addition to Nostradamus, some of you who believe in doomsday in 2012 may believe Mayan prophecy. Yes, it is relatively more popular than Nostradamus. The theory of the destruction and the apocalypse is quoted from a book titled The Mayan Prophecies, published in 1995.
In the book, doomsday predictions are based on the Maya calendar with long-term solar rotation period. However, the older population of Mayans itself is actually denied this.
According to some people, who is also the author of non-scientists, major disasters are estimated to come on the sidelines of the Olympic sporting events in London and the celebration of Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee , the celebration of the power of the monarchy of Queen Elizabeth to-60 in 2012.
“Year 2012 is claimed as a year of spiritual transformation or apocalype,” said the Armageddon website, quoted from the Telegraph, Thursday, December 23, 2010.
“Not a bit new age spiritualists and philosophical that believes humans will enter the era of enlightenment in 2012,” he added.
Interestingly, the website also said a village in France, Bugarach, southwest France, will be the first place was invaded by UFOs. The issue has been circulating on the Internet, especially among observers of the UFO, as only the safest place for men to be saved from Armageddon 2012.
Some people who campaigned about UFO convinced that the Mount Le Pic de Bugarech will be the foundation of the first UFOs on Earth. Not to know what the rationale, clearly the issue about it was crowded on the Internet. So this village became the focus of a search on the internet. And, it seems they believe the intent of the arrival of UFOs is quite positive.