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City-killer asteroid near misses Mexico

City-killer asteroid near misses Mexico

Residents of Mexico were literally left shaken on May 23, 2016 as an enormous asteroid entered Earth’s atmosphere setting off sonic booms and bright flashes. At first residents believed the tremors were from an earthquake or volcanic eruption until they saw the entire night sky turn as bright as daylight. According to media accounts, “The fireball was so bright, it lit up five different states and shook houses with loud explosions.” Astronomer Jose Ramon Vales of … Read entire article »

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Asteroid near-miss an ominous sign for the future?

Asteroid near-miss an ominous sign for the future?

This weekend Russian scientists reported Earth barely escaped an impact with a fast-moving asteroid. According to Vladimir Lipunov of the Moscow State University and the Sternberg Astronomical Institute, “[The asteroid] was discovered on Friday night by our station near Lake Baikal and nine hours later it flew within 11,300km of the Earth’s surface, below the orbit of geostationary satellites. It was about 15 meters in size.” This is the same size as the meteor which … Read entire article »

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Mega-Disaster in 10,500 BC?

Mega-Disaster in 10,500 BC?

The myths and legends of Native American cultures record a time when destruction came from the sky and destroyed all the giant animals. These legends seem to describe events surrounding the last great mass extinction, that of the Ice Age megafauna around 10,500 BC. The latest research seems to corroborate these ancient Native American legends and reveals that Earth was subjected to an unimaginable mega-disaster which was the cause of this mass extinction. Read more … Read entire article »

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20 Years of Rain in 2300 BC?

20 Years of Rain in 2300 BC?

Evidence is mounting that something catastrophic happened on Earth around 2300 BC. Recent genetic research has revealed that ancient Europeans vanished from the continent around 2500 BC (give or take a couple hundred years.) Several temples at the Mayan site of Palenque record catastrophic events occuring around 2300 BC as well. The description of the event in the Mayan temples at Palenque sound remarkably like an impact event. Researcher M.M. Mandelkehr in his three volume series, … Read entire article »

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Iron Jewelry in Egyptian Tomb Proof of 3300 BC Impact Event?

Iron Jewelry in Egyptian Tomb Proof of 3300 BC Impact Event?

According to an inscription in Temple XIX at the Mayan site of Palenque, a catastrophic event occurred around 3300 BC. In my book, Mayan Calendar Prophecies, I argued that this event sounded remarkably like a meteor impact event. Now scientists have found jewelry in Egyptian tombs made from meteoric iron that dates to, you guessed it– 3300 BC. Coincidence? Read the story below and decide for yourself: The 5,000-year-old iron bead might not look like much, … Read entire article »

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Mathematicians Predict Future with Past Data

Mathematicians Predict Future with Past Data

As I argued in my book, Mayan Calendar Prophecies, the Maya were not really prophets as much as they were scientists. Their “priests” were more similar to modern-day scientists and were using information about the past in order to make predictions about the future. Today we call this “forecasting” not prophecy and the only thing one needs to make accurate forecasts about the future is a large body of time-dated data over a long period … Read entire article »

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Ancient Europeans Vanished Around 2500 BC

Ancient Europeans Vanished Around 2500 BC

According to Mayan “mythology”, i.e., ancient historical texts, Earth has undergone multiple catastrophes over the ages. Descriptions of these events sound remarkably like meteor bombardments. Scientists studying meteor impact events have noted that one such bombardment appears to have occurred around 2400 BC. Now new evidence from geneticists have shown that something drastic happened to Europe’s population at this time. In fact, the original population appears to have vanished to then be replaced by migrants … Read entire article »

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Russian Fireball Won’t Be Last Surprise Asteroid Attack

Russian Fireball Won’t Be Last Surprise Asteroid Attack

As I noted in my book Mayan Calendar Prophecies: Predictions for 2012-2052, the time period after December 21, 2012 should see an increase in catastrophes such as meteor airburst and impact events like the one that took place in Russia on February 15, 2013. I made this assessment based on my interpretation of the ancient writings and astronomical records of the Maya. I argued that the Maya were aware of multiple cycles of such catastrophes … Read entire article »

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Russian meteor predicted by Mayan prophecies?

Russian meteor predicted by Mayan prophecies?

The meteor that exploded over southern Russia is just the opening act of a new age of disasters predicted by Mayan prophecies says the author of the book Mayan Calendar Prophecies. In fact, these “prophecies” were more like scientific forecasts based on the discovery of a repeating cycle of such cosmic catastrophes the author argues. The ancient Maya discovered such a cycle lasting over 5000 years between major impact events and encoded this knowledge into … Read entire article »

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Mayan message of doom carved on north Georgia boulder, new research reveals

Mayan message of doom carved on north Georgia boulder, new research reveals

  Did the ancient Maya come to north Georgia and carve a record of an ancient cosmic catastrophe on a giant boulder there? That is precisely what the latest research published today reveals. The giant boulder in question is known as the Forsyth Petroglyph. A petroglyph is simply a rock featuring engraved designs. First discovered in the early 1800s, the Forsyth Petroglyph currently sits in front of the Anthropology Department at the University of Georgia. For nearly two hundred years … Read entire article »

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