Disinfonauts, as an endtimes special, we're pleased to offer you the chance to own a complete digital download (high quality MP4 video) of our most popular film ever, the Disinformation original documentary 2012: Science Or Superstition, for just 99 cents.
Featured in the film are Graham Hancock, John Major Jenkins, Daniel Pinchbeck, Alberto Villoldo, Anthony Aveni, Robert Bauval, Jim Marrs, Walter Cruttenden, Lawrence E. Joseph, Alonso Mendez, Douglas Rushkoff, John Anthony West and Benito Vegas Duran.
How did the Mayan shamans gain their much-vaunted knowledge about astrological cycles, precession of the Equinoxes, and the intriguing series of calendars culminating in the infamous Long Count Calendar that will expire on December 21, 2012?
John Major Jenkins, Graham Hancock and Alberto Villoldo talk about the shamans' use of hallucinogenic plants to access the realm of the supernatural in this clip from 2012: Science or Superstition:
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As we approach the December 21, 2012 end-date of the 5,125-year Long Count Calendar of the ancient Maya, many people are questioning whether it really has any meaning for the modern world. We asked two experts on site at Palenque, Mexico, one of the most astonishing and beautiful cities of the classic period of Mayan civilization: INAH archeologist Benito Vegas Duran and archeo-astronomer Alonso Mendez of the Mayan Exploration Society:
OK, so you're skeptical that a "primitive" civilization such as that of the Ancient Maya could have predicted 2012's disastrous flooding and devastation thousands of years ago. Listen to the experts for a moment, and think again in light of recent events: