Tuesday, 21 December 2010

December 20…two years before D-Day


Winter Solstice 2012 in the northern hemisphere, the predicted date for major changes on earth…and the end of the Maya calendar. In exactly two years from today, on December 20th, 2012, recent calculations on the Sunspot Cycle of the sun show a mega incident coincide with the end of the Maya calendar, the iChing and many other sources. The alignment of planets could help a major sun eruption catapult its gunk towards our planet and create an enormous magnetic storm, paralysing our communication systems, satellites and electricity grid.

It could take between 1 and 3 days for the magnetic storm to reach our planet seen the large distance of the sun. Scientists and NASA agree that if this were indeed to happen, and the possibility is very real, it would impact life on earth in a dramatic way and even cause a polar shift.

Today is a milestone date, since we are now counting down the last two years to this moment. We can do two things: hope this doesn’t happen and prepare for the worst. Even if the impact is not as bad as expected by several researchers, we need to prepare.

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