Patrick Geryl, Author of the Month for September 2008
How To Survive 2012
By Patrick Geryl
Most visitors to grahamhancock.com will be completely familiar with the Mayan calendar and its prediction of the end of a world age, perhaps indeed the end of the world as we know it, on 21 December 2012. Patrick Geryl is convinced that the Mayan prophecy is true and that we will face a global cataclysm on that date. Could he be right? Read further here and join Patrick on our Author of the Month message board during September 2008 when he will be available to answer questions from posters and engage in discussions of his work.
In "How to survive 2012?" I reveal the immense cataclysm that is going to torment the earth in the near future. It is presently assumed by most people and the general scientific world at large, that the rotation of the Earth is stable, however, as expounded in my previous works on this subject, this is not the case. The gruesome reports of the previous catastrophes should, hopefully, be clear to all.
The historical exploration of cosmology in previous books is founded on the translation of hieroglyphs, cracking of codes, unveiling of the magnetic reversal of the sun, study of old maps, decoding of astronomical clues, geological research, and the discovery of the most exciting archaeological find in modern times.
Considering these I came to the following conclusions:
- With clock-like regularity, sudden reversals and pole shifts are natural to the Earth. The result is worldwide destruction, and is supported by paleo-magnetic evidence and early manuscripts.
- The reversal of the poles is attributed to the harmonic cycle of the magnetic fields of the sun.
- Polar reversals can be calculated precisely on the basis of the sunspot cycle theory or the magnetic field theory, which the Maya and the Old Egyptians were privy to. These secrets were contained in the Labyrinth of Hawara, a huge complex consisting of three thousand rooms.
If the evidence from my discoveries has convinced you to make the irreversible decision to survive the forthcoming pole shift in 2012, that is understandable. You would want to save your life and/or that of your descendants, your family or friends - the starting point makes no difference. Surviving and rebuilding, that is what it comes to. Here we stumble upon the first problems: are you really aware of what is awaiting you? What horrible chaos will terrorize your life for the foreseeable future? So, let's make it clear: adventure movies and fairy tales do not exist in this totally destroyed "new antediluvian" world. You have probably understood this after reading my previous books, which contain the exact description of what happened the last time and what is awaiting us in 2012.
I explained abundantly clearly that life after a polar reversal is nothing but horror, pure unimaginable horror. All securities you presently have at hand, like - amongst others - food, transport, and medicines, will have disappeared in one big blow, dissolved into nothingness. As will our complete civilization. It cannot be more horrifying than this; worse than the worst nightmare. More destructive than a nuclear war in which the entire global arsenal of nuclear weapons has been deployed in one blow. Are you grasping the facts?
The earth will be subjected to total destruction. It will be many times worse than my description. Terrible hunger, cold and pain, and more will rule your daily life: without hope of a quick recovery, because all knowledge and resources will have been completely destroyed. That will be the reality of your daily life after the forthcoming polar reversal. And it is in this scenario you will have to try to survive.
Of course, at first there will be enormous panic and despair. Yet, due to our foresight, we will quickly be able to resume our highly-evolved standard of technology. We will have a small minority of well-organized people with a vision: the rebuilding of our lost civilization. Technicians, scientists, mathematicians, doctors and many more will try to save as much as possible. Even if we do not succeed in motivating all of these people, a tiny group with sufficient knowledge and perseverance will be able to create a climate of resurrection; something to benefit our future generations. Just as we built up our civilization based on the knowledge we inherited from the Old Egyptians, our children will pass on their inherited knowledge to their descendants. And they will do the same to theirs, and so on. Within thousands of years, a new - and hopefully more peaceful, less polluted civilization - will inhabit the earth, after which the cycle of destruction and resurrection will start again. But that is another story…