Some disturbing revelations have currently been revealed about the nature of the Mayan Calendar predicted date of December 21, 2012 and what this can mean for Nibiru related Cataclysmic event timelines.
Many now believe that the Discovery Channel, one of the major media promoters of the December 21, 2012 end of the world prediction and the spectacular and profitable programming they pumped out to meet the demand for this topic, is supporting a calculation error via carbon dating to validate their advertising profits made.
The Discovery Channel website reported that the calculations are supported from carbon dating of a structural beam from a Guatemalan temple, which confirmed that the Mayan Long Count calendar did end in December 2012, “leaving no room for further doomsday prophesies and miscalculation claims.”
But then they later go on to say that the “days are counted from a mythological starting point.” Are they really saying that they are basing their “scientific” based carbon dating evidence on a “mythological” starting point? The absurdity of this statement aside, it sounds a little bit more like Discovery Channel trying to validate their collected advertising dollars around that December 21, 2012 date that anything else.
The 00SkyView Team, is one of proponents of the December 16, 2013 predicted date based on “an abundance of comets around a great circle in the sky, that suggests to us there’s something perturbing them in from this great circle.” Is planet Nibiru responsible for these disturbences?
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