end of the worldToday the 13th baktun in the famous Mayan calendar has ended, the world has not.

It can really be called one of the most “successful” disaster scenarios of all time, since millions of people around the world have talked about the so-called Mayan prophecy either in their jokes or on serious. Some have even hidden themselves in special doomsday bunkers and have prepared for all kinds of natural disasters, even for UFO invasion.

So, the December 21, 2012 is not the last day of the world. But there is no reason for fans of eschatological theories to be disappointed – there are other dates of the supposed destruction of the world in 2013.

The first one is scheduled already for January 2013. In particular, this version is supported by the Jehovah’s Witnesses. Moreover, some researchers believe that the correct date for the end of the world predicted by the Maya is in January 2013. Specifically, some authors expect a global cataclysm on January 11, 2013.

The second “dangerous” date is in May 2013. This theory concerns the reversal of the Earth’s poles. As stated by the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, in May a solar maximum will be observed, i.e. the Sun will be at its maximum point of the 11-year circle it makes. The impact of such strong solar activity on our planet may be devastating…

Anyway, wait and see.
 



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Anna LeMind

Anna LeMind

Anna is the founder and lead editor of the website Learning-mind.com. She is passionate about learning new things and reflecting on thought-provoking ideas. She writes about science, psychology and other related topics. She is particularly interested in topics regarding introversion, consciousness and subconscious, perception, human mind's potential, as well as the nature of reality and the universe.