Hurricane Sandy might portend end-of-world troubles

2012-12-06T00:00:00Z Hurricane Sandy might portend end-of-world troubles nwitimes.com
December 06, 2012 12:00 am

I'm not telling you of the coming of the end of the Earth as we know it, but the Mayans are.

Maybe if you look at what happened on the East Coast, with hurricane Sandy, then a major snowstorm. This has never happened before. This is what might be coming in a short time.

Earthquakes, tsunamis, razing our continents to the ground overnight, that disturbance will trigger a swift shift of the poles and an inversion of the Earth's magnetic field that will leave our planet in chaos.

The Mayan civilization spans from the 3rd century BC to the 16th century AD, with mysterious discoveries, remarkable pyramids and mathematical discoveries.

The Mayan calendar also has similarities with the I Ching, a Chinese tool for clairvoyance that has been deeply studied of late and that also stops at Dec. 21, 2012.

The Mayans referred to five cycles in history of the universe. According to their calculations this current cycle had begun 3113 BC and 5125 = 2012.

- Romano "Rocky" Rubino, Highland

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