Everything You Wanted to Know About 2012 But Were Afraid to Ask

December 21, 2012 is the end date of the sophisticated Long Count Calendar created by the ancient Maya in Central America. But is it a doomsday that is foretold in the Mayan calendar, the Chinese oracle of the I Ching or in an Internet-based prophetic software program? Is there any truth to these doomsday prophecies? Some theorists believe that on that date, the Earth will experience unprecedented, cataclysmic disasters ranging from massive earthquakes and tsunamis to nuclear reactor meltdowns, while yet others see a coming renewal, a rebirth of consciousness.

To help sort out the information, Gary Baddeley, the writer/producer of 2012: Science or Superstition and president of The Disinformation Company will present the current schools of thought and answer questions from a public not certain if they should prepare for survival or something else entirely.

On the day that Roland Emmerich’s mega-budget disaster film 2012 opens nationally, discover the truth about the “End of Days” and the 2012 phenomenon with the video conference “Everything You Wanted to Know About 2012 But Were Afraid to Ask”, presented by The Disinformation Company, producer to the bestselling documentary 2012: Science or Superstition and it’s companion book. The video conference will be hosted by Justin.tv on Friday, November 13th, from 2 to 3 p.m. Eastern Standard Time. If you didn’t have a chance to join the chat, here’s the first part below:

The rest of the Justin.tv chat is here, here and here.

Gary discussed the documentary he wrote and produced, 2012: Science or Superstition, the mega-Hollywood motion picture 2012, and all things 2012-related. If you couldn’t make the event, feel free to submit a question by comment below. Here’s the trailer for 2012: Science or Superstition:

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  • Kimberly P.

    An old Nasa post says they have no idea what will happen and that they've never experienced this before. At the end of their short paragraph it says “A storm is coming.” Which may be from the solar flares. I don't know though. And, another person has said they read this happens every year. What's true?

    • aaroncaito

      Solar flares happen cyclically. They are normal and immensely powerful. I'm not a cosmologist or astro-anything scientist for that matter but the potential for a large solar flare to disrupt the earth’s atmosphere is a very real thing. In our lives we've seen radio / TV reception outages, Cell phone reception problems etc from solar flare activity. These incidents were obviously not on the scale to cause a catastrophic event but show how susceptible we are.

  • Tony

    Most of us are already experiencing some of the phenomena. Some sense it when they look skyward, some feel it interacting with them. As we move closer to, and pass through the “celestial equator” the magnetic changes will possibly open an extra dimension, or several. We will be enlightened, and a new birth will occur. The birth of humanity with an expanded view of space and time, life and death. I am looking forwrd to it!

  • http://www.jv21.com/ John V. Keogh

    This is silly. Nothing will happen. If the Mayans were still around they would start a new calendar and have a few drinks.

    • Stelios

      Thumbs up John!!!

      The truth is that the mayan calendar defines the period that the earth and sun aling to the plane of our galaxy. The Galactic Alignment is the alignment of the December solstice sun with the Galactic equator. This alignment occurs as a result of the precession of the equinoxes.

    • bobbyknajhts

      The Mayans are infaxt alive, i saw them shop at IKEA last wednesday. And there are over 400 tribes. They never were a “ancient culture”. As far as I know they are still around and have been for a good while. http://www.shiftoftheages.com
      peace!

  • http://www.facebook.com/muhamadariefrachman Muhamad Arief Rachman

    2012 = Obamageddon :))

  • bobbyknajhts

    The Maya has been silent about this for 300 years. Now the're talking.
    Check Out what the MAYA has to say about this THEMSELVES: http://www.shiftoftheages.com

  • Anonymous

    The Mayans are infaxt alive, i saw them shop at IKEA last wednesday. And there are over 400 tribes. They never were a “ancient culture”. As far as I know they are still around and have been for a good while. http://www.shiftoftheages.com
    peace!