Most people aren’t archaeologists or astronomers, anthropologists or astrologers, however the bulk of what’s written concerning one amongst the foremost powerful and connected subjects of our day – the approaching Winter Solstice calendar 2012 end-date of the Mayan Calendar – seems in words aimed toward specialists and couched in language that may be troublesome to visualize. This text is written for the Everyday Earthling who could also be hearing plenty concerning the Mayans, their calendars, hieroglyphs and mysterious temples scattered throughout the jungles of Mexico, Guatemala, Belize and Honduras.
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In the predictions of various prophets and seers people believe a little, but precisely as long as these predictions are not coming true. However, the predictions of the Bulgarian blind seer Wangi (Vangeli Gushterovoy) listened for a long time.
Many of the predicted events have occurred in it exactly as Wang described them. Of course, she said metaphors, but to understand the meaning of its predictions and compare with the current events is not working.
Among the most famous prediction of Vanga is worth noting the death of the submarine "Kursk", the events of September 11, 2001 Ossetian conflict, the global crisis in 2008 and 2010.
The "great and terrible" 2012 Vanga predicted a variety of natural disasters and armed conflicts, but she optimistically confident that "once all these calamities will not touch."
They are local and will suffer a lot of people, but global catastrophe and the end of the world is not going to happen. At least, that’s Decode Vanga predictions for 2012, many experts. But, again, to assert unequivocally that everything happens just so you can not .
As mentioned, Wang had always expressed allegorically, and to understand its words can be different.