Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Do any other religions predict the world will end on 2012?


The BAGAVAD GITA’s author, Lord Krishna, died on 2/18/3102 which is close to the year our Fifth Sun Age commenced. The Hindus believe that with Krishna’s death the world began a new earthly cycle, “the Kali Yuga,” which they think of as “the Degenerate Age.” The Hindu mystic, scholar and religious leader, Sri Kalki Bhagavan, has told his million-plus followers that he is the Kalki Messiah, the 10th and final avatar of Vishna and that our “Degenerate Age” will end on 2012. He ties his calculations to the next Transit of Venus, which occurs on 2012.

Quetzalcoatl’s followers coincidentally associated Quetzalcoatl with Venus, viewing him as its earthly avatar.

Michael Drosnin—author of the bestselling THE BIBLE CODE—says that “equidistant letter sequences in [the Hebrew version of] Genesis” reveal that the earth will be destroyed in 2012, conceivably by comets. His predictions are based on the calculations of three eminent Israeli mathematicians.

Rabbi Vitzhak Kaduri, a renown Israeli Kabbalistic elder and scholar, claims that the Hebrew messiah has incarnated himself in Israel and will emerge shortly. If so, the Hebrew Apocalypse could well occur on 2012 . . . according to Rabbi Kaduri.

Iran’s firebrand political leader, President Ahmadinejad, says the arrival of the Shiite’s Mahdi-Messiah is also imminent. He could well arrive in time to disrupt the 2012 presidential elections.

The belief in a returning messiah is not only central to the Hindu, Christian, Muslim and Hebrew religions apocalypse, many Maya have held that Quetzalcoatl will return for their 2012 apocalypse. His ability to counter that catastrophe however is problematic.


  1. When I hear that there are so many theories that the world will end in 2012, I have to wonder not if any of them are true, but if the sheer power of so many people believing the same thing will make it all come true. Maybe there is a law of "intended" consequences, too.

  2. Hey War Madien, the question isn't whether the world will to an end, it's WHEN. Every now and again, God spits on the slate and wipes it clean. Whether it's by the Flood, or rogue asteroids or a comet or even the swamp gas called methane that once took out 90 percent of life, it happens. It happened before, it will happen again. That's why every religion seems to have an End Time, an End of Days date.

  3. I am fascinated by not just WHEN, but HOW. I was raised to believe that it will be fire from the sky and that scenario is present in many of the End Time prophecies. The Maya, too, because Quetzalcoatl was Venus to the Maya -- and Venus, as we know, it the brightest object in the sky (other than the sun and moon) -- to the naked eye, Quetzalcoatl is a fiery figure racing across the sky. So I think 2012 regardless of which religion one holds true, means fire from the sky.

  4. President Ahmadinejad is the scarest prediction. He is not only a religious fanatic, but he is one of the few mortals on the Planet Earth capable of bringing about the End of Days. And he is talking about 2012 as the time? My understanding is that the Mahdi is an Islamic messiah, whose appearance on Earth will herald in the End Time just as Christians hold that the return of Jesns will.

  5. You should also check out Matthew 24. I have read that it might be significant to the 2012 theory.

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