If you think 2020 has thrown us as much as we can, think again. According to the nuts of the plot, the world ends today just a few days before Christmas.
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Why do people think the world will end on December 21st?
Wacky Christian Evangelical Rev. Paul Begley predicted that the end would strike December 21, 2020.
He cited the Maya calendar and the arrangement of the two planets of the day (which happened to be his birthday) as evidence of his groundless claim.
Orbit Jupiter and Saturn take them very close On December 21, they form a “double planet” phenomenon in the sky.
It marks The first “conjunction” of the two planetsFor centuries, it forms what is called a “Christmas star”.
According to Rev. Begley, the Maya calendar is back again, pointing to this date as one of its apocalyptic importance.
After claiming that the world would end on December 21, 2012, when the Maya calendar was exhausted, the plot now says the dates were miscalculated.
Instead, the Maya apparently believed that our world would be wiped out eight years later, on December 21, 2020.
Coincidentally, the date is also the beginning of winter solstice, Probably concludes the triple pain of prophetic events.
In a YouTube video in June, Rev. Begley said:
“So this is very rare and will be the winter solstice.
“It will be December 21, 2020.
“The Maya are currently undergoing reorganization, and as we know, this certainly could be the end of the world.”
It’s not clear exactly what Indiana’s Internet star, famous for predicting the end of the world, thinks will happen on this day.
A mysterious event will clearly lead to the promised return of Jesus Christ.
Needless to say, Rev. Begley’s claim is pure speculation and is not supported by solid evidence.
Evangelists have made many doomsday prophecies in the past, but thankfully all of them have been nullified.
What is the Maya calendar?
The Maya calendar is a system of calendars and yearbooks used in some Central American cultures.
It dates back to the 5th century BC and is still used today in some Maya communities.
The Maya calendar has three separate corresponding calendars. They are Long Count, Tzolk’in (God’s calendar), and Herbs (Citizen’s calendar).
Each calendar is periodic. That is, a certain number of days must occur to start a new cycle.
The calendar is also used at the same time.
Tzolk’in and herbs identify the day and connect every 52 years to create a calendar round.
The long count date comes first, then the Tzolk’in date, and finally the herb date.
The Maya believed that the universe was destroyed and then recreated at the beginning of each universal cycle.
What was Maya’s prediction of the end of the world?
The Maya predicted that the world would end on December 21, 2012.
Nasa unveiled rumors that the world will end in 2012, a prediction of the Maya calendar.
The space agency said: “Where is the science about the claims of disasters and dramatic changes in 2012? Where is the evidence?
“For every fictional claim, whether made in a book, a movie, a documentary, or the Internet, the simple facts cannot be changed.
“There is no credible evidence of any of the allegations made in support of the anomalous event that took place in December 2012.”
Scientist and Fulbright scholar Paolo Tagarogin is Rev. Begley Conspiracy theory On Twitter, “According to the Julian calendar, it’s technically 2012.
“The transition to the Gregorian calendar has resulted in 11 days lost in a year.
“268 years using the Gregorian calendar (1752-2020), 11 days = 2,948 days. 2,948 days / 365 days (year) = 8 years.”
According to Tagarogin’s calculations, the Earth will be destroyed on June 21, 2020.
Not surprisingly, the world didn’t end on June 21st.
However, there are other dissenting opinions about the final day of the Earth.
Rev. Begley believes that the end will come on December 21, 2020.
He said: “Of course, the Maya elders said this could have been the end of today’s world.
“December 21, 2020, Great joint When Jupiter and Saturn come within 0.1 degrees of each other to create the brightest star in the sky since the star of Bethlehem.
“It will be the closest Jupiter and Saturn since 1623, and it will not even close again for another 500 years.
“So this is very rare and will be the winter solstice.”
What is the “Christmas Star” phenomenon?
Jupiter and Saturn will come very close on December 21st, forming a rare “double planet” phenomenon for the first time in 800 years.
Some call this event the formation of a “Christmas star” or a “Bethlehem star.” Apocalypse..
The last time Stargazer was able to observe this event was in the Middle Ages, March 4, 1226.
The two planets also approached in the 1600s, but they were not said to be visible to Earth.
The astronomical phenomenon is called the Great Conjunction and will be held on December 21st in time for Christmas.
Jupiter and Saturn are only 0.06º apart from each other.
It is about 1/5 the diameter of the full moon.
To the naked eye, this looks like one big bright star.
Fortunately, if there is no cloudy sky on December 21, astronomical phenomena should be seen all over the world.
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