Most people think 2012 was a "dud" because nothing happened when the world was supposed to end.


But the Maya have been misrepresented; they never wrote that the world was ending at the START of the seven years of trouble.  Their astronomical depiction of the end of the world as drawn in the Popul Vuh matches December 2019, not 2012.  Their Long Count end date of December 21, 2012 is still very significant - it corresponds perfectly with Bible prophecy.


Daniel's 70th week of years BEGAN on 12/21/2012.  The mid-point in June 2016 will see world-changing events.  The end of the seven years in December 2019 will see TEOTWAWKI (the end of the world as we know it) with a pole shift creating a new heavens and a new earth.

Our ancestors understood a recurring cycle of disasters.  It repeats periodically and predictably over thousands of years.  Across the world, they warned us with astronomical references religions and myths and monuments - with each culture telling the same basic story in a different way.  All of them warn us about a future age when the winter solstice sun is at the galactic crossroads - the point where the ecliptic crosses the Milky Way.  We have reached their future age.  The clues from many ancient cultures point to a seven year period of trouble from December 2012 to December 2019.  The next big cosmic event will rock the earth in late December 2019.

Look at the images of the Mayan God Kukulkan (who they predicted would return to take Kingship over the Earth in the early 21st century) and compare to images of Jesus (who the bible tells us will return to take Kingship over the Earth in 2019.)  This is only one of MANY striking similarities between bible prophecy and other end times expectations from around the world.


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