The End Is Near! (buy your tickets now!)

photo of a Mayan calendar from Armageddon Online

The Mayan Calendar, a system so complex it is believed to have been a gift from a “sky god”, comes to an abrupt end on Dec. 21, 2012 after a 5,126-year-long cycle. Is this a prediction for the date of the Apocalypse? One thing’s for sure: in December, 2012, the sun will align with the center of our galaxy for the first time in over 25,000 years… but what will this mean for mankind?

Will Earth be destroyed by a collision with an asteroid? Will the planet’s magnetic polarity reverse? Are we on a destined path for nuclear annihilation? Are thetans involved?* Or is it time for a spritual rebirth on a global scale?

On Saturday, March 1st, the “2012 Conference” will convene in Hollywood with experts on hand with their answers on why the Mayan’s chose to end their calendar in 2012 and what this could mean for the end – or a new age – of mankind. Speakers include Daniel Pinchbeck, author of “2012: The Return of Quetzalcoatl,” Kundalini yogaist Harijiwan Khalsa, among other leading theorists on “the subject matter of 2012.”

at the Ricardo Montalban Theatre, 1615 Vine St., tickets: (800) 595-4TIX or online.

*I’m just throwing this one out there.

8 thoughts on “The End Is Near! (buy your tickets now!)”

  1. That’s not the Mayan calendar, it’s the Aztec (or Mexica) sun stone. The dude in the inside is Tonatiuh, which represents the sun. The stone isn’t a lunar calendar, but instead is based on the sun.

  2. 6-6-06, y2k, and countless other numbers, come to mind…. i worry more about the person on their cellphone in front of me on the 405 in rush hour

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    Markland, to paraphrase Jack Nicholson in “Prizzi’s Honor”: “If the Mayans were so fuckin’ smart then how come they’re so fuckin’ dead?”

    Oh well. I guess all good civilizations must come to an end. The Egyptians. The Greeks. The Romans. The People’s Temple.

  4. Cindy, I don’t disbelieve that the image is the Aztec sun stone, but I’m finding it everywhere I look for 2012 info, identifying it as the Mayan calendar.
    Is there anything online you know of that debunks that it could be both?

    G4S, you should be worried about the guy on his cel phone driving on the 405 – he’s probably watching your every move!

    Rodger, don’t forget Heaven’s Gate.

  5. Um, the Mayan calendar didn’t need to go past 2012 because, well, the Mayan civilization collapsed 1000 years ago. They were just being safe, extending it to 2012. I doubt we should be too worried.

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