About 2012: Day of Reckoning
Following along the lines of his previous books, Your World, Your Future, & Bible Prophecy (2007) and Rapture Redux (2007), 2012: Day of Reckoning takes readers on a hair-raising journey into the mysterious world of the ancient Maya and elucidates the apocalypse from the viewpoint of Maya scholars and leading voices in the movement.
Does the eerily precise Mayan calendar prophesy doomsday on December 21, 2012, or does it predict a glorious new age of raised consciousness?
2012: Day of Reckoning takes readers on a hair-raising journey to unlock the mystery behind the lost prophecy of the ancient Maya. From galactic alignment to pole shift to Planet X/Nibiru and a starling prediction of time travel and The Singularity, the book elucidates the Mayan prophecy with commentary from top Maya scholars and leading voices in the movement.
Chapter 1: What's the Big Deal About 2012?
Chapter 2: Who Were the Ancient Maya?
Chapter 3: Unlocking the Maya Codices
Chapter 4: Decoding the Maya Calendar
Chapter 5: Stargazing with the Maya
Chapter 6: UFOs, Extra-Terrestrials, and the Dawning of a New Age
Chapter 7: Nostradamus and the Great Galactic Alignment of 2012
Chapter 8: Planet X/Nibiru
Chapter 9: Pole Shift and Geomagnetic Reversal 2012
Chapter 10: Novelty Theory, Timewave Zero, and The Singularity
Chapter 11: Threats from Space
Chapter 12: Threats on Earth
Chapter 13: 2012 and the Bible
Chapter 14: 2012: Day of Reckoning
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About Daniel J. Gansle
Daniel J. Gansle is an independent researcher, freelance journalist, technical writer, and the author of several books elucidating modern prophetic thought including 2012: Day of Reckoning, Your World, Your Future, & Bible Prophecy, and Rapture Redux. He has spoken on the topic of prophecy extensively at book signing events, study groups, meetings, and on The History Channel’s Nostradamus Effect ("Satan's Army," aired November 11, 2009 and “The Rapture,” aired December 16, 2009). Mr. Gansle holds a University degree in Cultural Anthropology with a concentration in Mesoamerican studies. He currently resides in Dallas, Texas.