2012

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Holidays, Festivals, and Celebrations of the World in 2012

 
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References in periodicals archive ?
Apocalypse 2012: The World After Time Ends is a thought-provoking metaphysical documentary that explores humanity's past spiritual roots - and its highly tenuous and uncertain future.
Despite denials from NASA and the global scientific community denying the Apocalypse 2012 theory, it has taken the Internet world by storm as the day coincides with December 21, 2012, apparently stated in the ancient Mayan calendar.
Well, a couple of years ago in a book called Apocalypse 2012, "science consultant" Laurence Joseph claimed that the ancient Mayan Long Count Calendar (no, not the one with the cute little kittens on the cover) predicted all this.
It's not often these days that you see a metal band trying to immanentize the eschaton, but then, Ichabod seems to come by its heavy metal philosophy by way of Terrence McKenna's "Time Wave: Zero Point." With this band, a classic hard-rock sound intertwines with psychedelia, all overlain with the Apocalypse 2012 imagery.
APOCALYPSE 2012: A SCIENTIFIC INVESTIGATION INTO CIVILIZATION'S END comes from a journalist who pinpoints 2012 as the year of ultimate doom for the human race--based on a blend of ancient records, including a Mayan calendar which ceases its forecasts in 2012, and Eastern and Western religions which point to this year as the end of time.