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Did ancient asteroid cause mega-tsunami?

Did ancient asteroid cause mega-tsunami?

In a temple at the Mayan site of Palenque, scribes recorded that a catastrophe befell Earth around 3300 BC. I argue in my book Mayan Calendar Prophecies: Predictions for 2012-2052 that descriptions of this event in Mayan inscriptions and historical chronicles are consistent with the breakup of a comet and the oceanic impact of its fragments which spawned mega-tsunamis that wiped out coastal civilizations of the time. Research shows that something catastrophic did befall Earth … Read entire article »

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Did a comet hit Earth the last time the Mayan calendar ended?

Did a comet hit Earth the last time the Mayan calendar ended?

What happened the last time the Mayan calendar ended? According to Mayan myths, the current creation was the result of a great flood that destroyed the previous creation. The description of this event in Mayan historical chronicles sounds like an eyewitness account of an oceanic impact of a comet or comet fragments followed by a mega-tsunami that devastated coastal civilizations. Luckily the Maya even recorded the date this event occurred on and it matches with … Read entire article »

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Why the Maya calendar starts in 3114 BC

Why the Maya calendar starts in 3114 BC

Dr. Mike Baillie at the Queen’s University in Belfast, Ireland has made a very interesting discovery. He noticed that peaks in ammonium and nitrate in the ice core record, signatures of comet impacts with Earth, occur on or near baktun endings in the Mayan calendar. (The 13th and final baktun of the current calendar cycle ends on December 21, 2012.) This discovery suggests that the ancient Maya were aware of a cycle associated with repeated … Read entire article »

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Major catastrophe and climate change hit Earth in 3200 BC

Major catastrophe and climate change hit Earth in 3200 BC

Mayan myths say Earth once experienced a great catastrophe and they even recorded the date: 3200 BC. I discuss this ancient catastrophe and the Mayan myths that recorded it in my book Mayan Calendar Prophecies: Predictions for 2012-2052. In this book I argue that these myths record the breakup and impact of a comet with Earth which led to multiple mega-tsunamis that destroyed the coastal civilizations of the time. Such impact events would be associated … Read entire article »

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Air Force to Share Its Info on Planet-Flattening Meteorites

Air Force to Share Its Info on Planet-Flattening Meteorites

According to Mayan and Aztec beliefs, the world has been destroyed four or five times in the past. The description of these events bear striking resemblance to impact events. Did the Maya and Aztecs record eye-witness accounts of asteroids or comets smashing into Earth and resetting civilizations back to a zero point each time? How often do such events really happen? Will the end of the current Mayan calendar coincide with another such event? I … Read entire article »

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Mayan Flood Myth Decoded in New Book

Mayan Flood Myth Decoded in New Book

Mayan Calendar Prophecies | Part 3: Cycle of Cosmic Catastrophes takes a look at the Mayan flood myth as recorded in Temple XIX at Palenque in Chiapas, Mexico. From the book’s description: Mayan prophecy and Mayan mythology are inseparable. To understand Mayan prophecy one must also understand Mayan mythology. Mayan Calendar Prophecies (Part 3) explores what happened the last time the Mayan calendar ended as recorded in Mayan mythology. There is substantial evidence among ancient Mayan … Read entire article »

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1014 AD impact event causes Atlantic tsunami and end of Aztec’s Fourth Sun?

1014 AD impact event causes Atlantic tsunami and end of Aztec’s Fourth Sun?

The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle states that in England 1014 AD, on the eve of St. Michael’s day (September 28, 1014) “came the great sea-flood, which spread wide over this land, and ran so far up as it never did before, overwhelming many towns, and an innumerable multitude of people.” This is clearly a reference to a tsunami similar to the one that struck Indonesia in December 2004 which killed over 250,000 people. What could have caused this … Read entire article »

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