2012 prophesy as per the Mayan’s calendar developed in 355 B.C is date considered to be a great year of spiritual transformation as the world will be moving to new age. In other words December 21 2012 marks the final day of the thirteenth B'ak'tun cycle which currently stands 5,125 years. December 21 2012 is the completion and the beginning of an Old and New World Cycle in the Long count of the Mayan calendar making 2012 one of the most important years in the calendar. The year 2012 was prophesised to be the beginning of a paradigm shift that would see the world experience major changes but not catastrophic characterised by natural disasters as it has been portrayed. Mayans prophesised that from 1999 the world only had 13 more years to experience changes in their conscious attitude that would move away from path of self-destruction to one that would integrate people’s consciousness with everything that exists. 2012 is just a single year among many that the world has and will be witnessing a New World Age, in the Long Count cycle, which normally last for at least 5000 years.  

Solstice 2012, represent a zero point as per the Maya calendar, which means a coincidental end and beginning (Sky). This important period has always been referred to as “Creation Day” by the Ancient Mayan taking into consideration that it marks the beginning of a new domain unknown to everyone as it shatters an old one full of misery and disdain. According to the Mayan, the world is always under transformation marked by a series of ages experienced in different cycles known as Long Count cycle with specify years being the transition points between the cycles.  In simple terms, 2012 prophesy is not about the end of the world but the end of world age as diverse groups have misrepresented it (Sky).  Divergent groups have been quick to associate the 2012 prophesy with the end of the world whereby the gods will unleash natural disasters such as earthquakes, floods, volcano eruptions, hurricanes and droughts to clear mankind (Deem).

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