We are closing in on December 21’st 2012 and, depending on who you ask, we may also be running out of time to prepare for the apocolypse that is Planet X and the end of the Mayan calendar. According to experts, surviving 2012 and Planet X will require immediate action and planning, yet there is still a lot of doubt about what will really happen in 2012. It’s a fact that NASA and the US government have covered up their findings about Planet X. As always, it will be up to the individual to make sense of all the conflicting evidence on the internet.
The Mayan calendar ends in 2012. This is a known fact and has been the subject of many books and documentaries. The Mayans were a civilization that lived in Central America about 300 AD – 900 AD. What is unique about the Mayans is that while the rest of the world where stuck in the Stone Age, the Mayans had already studied and calculated the cosmos. In fact, the Mayans were more than interested in the universe; they were obsessed with their calendar and mathematics. The result was the Mayan calendar, which is so precise; it has predicted lunar eclipses more than 1000 years later. An amazing feat and also why we can’t just ignore their findings. The Mayan calendar ends in 2012 and that’s why many people have been wondering if this means the end of the world. Read on while we look at what the real story is behind the 2012 prophecy and if surviving 2012 and Planet X is possible.
If this is indeed true and we really are on course to meet Planet X, then we must prepare. Earthquakes in Haiti, volcano eruptions in Iceland, tsunamis and thunderstorms, these are indicators that something is already influencing the inner core of the earth. It will get much worse if 2012 comes true. Even if this cataclysm happens, experts still agree that surviving 2012 and Planet X can be done. You need to prepare though.
The first step is stocking up on food with long shelf life such as army supplies. Canned food can last for 10 years or more. You should also invest in a water purifier system and stock up on basic medicine.