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Doomsday clock is reset to closer to the end: 100 seconds

The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists has set its symbolic Doomsday Clock for 2020 to 100 seconds from midnight, in its assessment of how close humanity is to its end.

This is the closest the clock has been to its end since its creation in 1947, exceeding the 2-minute milestone until midnight in the past two years, which had only been reached in 1953, when the United States and the Soviet Union tested hydrogen bombs.

For this year, the Bulletin states that humanity continues to face two simultaneous existential dangers: nuclear war and climate change, which are exacerbated by a multiplier of threats, a cyber information war, which undermines society’s responsiveness

In the nuclear field, the report notes that country leaders concluded or undermined several important arms control treaties and negotiations last year, creating an enabling environment for a renewed nuclear arms race, proliferation of nuclear weapons and lowering barriers to nuclear war.

Political conflicts related to nuclear programs in Iran and North Korea remain unsolved and, in any case, worsen. Cooperation between the United States and Russia in arms control and disarmament is almost non-existent.

Prior to the current “time”, the closest thing to midnight was 2 minutes, in 1953, in 2018 and 2019

Before the current ‘time’, the closest thing to midnight was 2 minutes, in 1953, in 2018 and 2019.

On the other hand, it is recognized that public awareness of the climate crisis has grown throughout 2019, largely due to mass protests from young people around the world.

Scientists warn:

“Anyway,” they warn, “government action on climate change is still far from meeting the challenge in question. At the UN climate meetings last year, national delegates delivered excellent speeches, but presented few concrete plans to further limit carbon dioxide emissions that are altering Earth’s climate.

This limited political response came during a year when the effects of man-made climate change manifested in one of the warmest years recorded, extensive forest fires and the faster-than-expected melting of glacial ice.

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Nibiru with satellites spotted near the sun

On the evening of June 22, 2020, at about 19:00 UTC, a gigantic coronal mass ejection occurred on the Sun:

Judging by the frames provided by STEREO satellites, the explosion in the Sun was somehow unexpectedly large, so a number of enthusiasts began to examine these images by downloading from NASA Pictures in full and experimenting with filters. In the end, this is what happened there:

Thus, what was originally interpreted as a flash turned out to be a glow of the atmosphere of a certain celestial body, the proximity of which caused an ejection of solar mass. The body there is clearly not one, but surrounded by satellites:

Now the question arises: what is it? Instead of an answer, NASA began repair work on the service and it shows only the current picture.

Suppose, purely theoretically, that this was a shooting artifact, or rather, three artifacts at once. However, the same satellite on April 8, 2020 showed a similar picture:

Thus, the “artifacts” became somewhat more frequent and the satellites show even more often. Probably, the satellites have broken down and are showing incorrectly, so we will see what people see there on their own, without satellites:

The photo was taken in Mexico, where now the sky is covered with “dust from the Sahara”, so let’s see what the cameras in Brazil show, where there is less dust:

So there seems to be some kind of dust over Brazil too. Moreover, this dust from the Sahara tends to stray into luminous lumps.

We do not know how this will end, but we are afraid that we really need to be afraid not of the pole reversal and the landing of the Anunnaki. The main problem will begin when 7 billion people see it all. And then the real Apocalypse begins, after which the pole shift will seem like a children’s matinee.

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June 21 will initiate the countdown to the Three Days of Darkness

On June 13, 2020 over a number of countries in Eastern Europe (Hungary, Czech Republic, Slovakia), for the 33rd time this year a “Rare” atmospheric phenomenon was observed, which the officials call “sprites”:

For the first time, these “sprites” were seen only in 1989, after which they were seen again several years later and then began to appear more and more often. In particular, over the past couple of months, sprites have been seen in Brazil at the end of April, then in May, twice in the USA, now in Europe.

Lately, sprites in one form or another are seen every week, if not every day, and therefore the question arises: why?

The photon belt

The photon belt is a hypothetical region of space formed inside the Pleiades star cluster. The central star of the cluster is Alcyone around which several thousand stars revolve and one of these stars is supposed to be the sun.

The Sun makes a complete revolution in approximately 24,000 years, of which 10,000 fly in a pure vacuum, then 2,000 years in the photon belt, and then repeats a semicircle. The previous 10,000 years, we were just in that very vacuum, while somewhere from the middle of the 20th century we began to fly up to the photon belt. And in the very near future the sun will enter this area completely, a sign of which will be “three days of darkness”. However, this darkness will be unusual.

As the myths of different nations and the messages of mystics narrate, there will be not just darkness, but a change in the properties of matter and space / time, as a result of which the atoms will jump or vibrate, certain physical laws will be violated, and some incredible miracles will appear. The the effect can be either total darkness, or vice versa – the brightest ice light.

Naturally, the TV will not say this, but there will be certain signs that everyone will see. In particular, incomprehensible glows in the sky, under the description of which these sprites just fall. Previously, after all, there were no sprites, but they appeared suddenly.

Mystics call the second important signal the growth of cosmic gamma radiation. Sitting at home at the computer, of course, we can’t check this radiation, but we can go to the NASA profile page and look at the gamma-ray bursts with which the real madhouse has reigned over the past six months:

A year ago, each gamma-ray burst was a sensation, forcing volcanologists to bounce on their sofas after each burst, a strong earthquake occurred with a 75% probability.

Somewhere from December last year, these surges occur 2-3 times a week, sometimes several a day. Where are they coming from? The officials do not explain, because they can not. But the theory of the photon belt offers a good and logical explanation.

Finally, there is another topic called the Mayan calendar. About the fact that it ends not on December 21, 2012, but in June 21, 2020 many people already know as we also previously posted. Consider that a whole generation of specially trained Mayan priests-astronomers watched the Pleiades.

Once every 52 years, these priests climbed the pyramid and established the exact position of Alcyone relative to other stars, after which, making sure that with the Pleiades all normally enlightened adherents descended to the herd, lit a sacred fire and told the rams to drink wine, beat on drums and dance on occasion extending the life of the world for another 52 years.

Another sign of the approach to the photon belt is a mixture of seasons, that is, the absence of spring and autumn, a fuzzy winter, among which grass grows and an incomprehensibly cold summer. Since we are already observing this, then the countdown to the “three days of darkness” either has already started (December 21, 2012) or is about to start (June 21, 2020).

NASA assures that the End of the World will not come on June 21

The panic in social networks is growing and crowds of pilgrims and cultists have set off to Mexico, who intend to meet the End of the World exactly where it all began:

To somehow end this mind-boggling conspiracy theory, NASA made official clarifications. NASA says:

“This whole story began with Nibiru, the hypothetical planet mentioned by the Sumerians, heading toward Earth. Nibiru’s initial passage and catastrophe were predicted for May 2003, but when nothing happened, the End of the World date was deferred to December 2012. Fortunately, on December 21, 2012, nothing happened again, and therefore the conspiracy theorists again had the need for an urgent transfer. ”

However, if 50 years ago NASA’s authority was undeniable, now it is not and conspiracy theorists ask: where did the priceless original telemetry from the moon go? And what is this luminous hanging constantly above the cities that flies around? In addition, several disasters and terrifying events have already occurred this year: the global pandemic, the global economic downturn, and riots that began in the United States.

Nevertheless, NASA stands its ground and continues to believe that there is no evidence or any scientific evidence that the world will end on June 21, 2020.

“For such fundamental forecasts as the End of the World, there must be a justification. But where is it ?! Where is the science? What is your evidence? ”The NASA expert invited to television exclaims in hysteria.

Renowned experts on  Mesoamerican culture also say that the predictions of the “end of the world” based on the Mayan calendar were misinterpreted. Instead, the calendar will be reset at the end of the 13th Baktun, and will not end with the annihilation of the Earth.

William Saturno, a Mayan archeology expert at Boston University, told National Geographic that the calendar is akin to a car’s mileage.

“When your mileage counter shows  99,999.99 miles, you don’t jump out onto the track and start to pray there?” No, you just wait for the mileage counter to reset to zero and drive on. The calendar works the same way,” Saturno says.

Nevertheless, the public continues to disbelieve the glorious experts invited to the TV and the panic is growing.

What do you think? Is the photon belt and the Mayan beliefs interconnected?

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Mayan calendar points to 2020?

8 years after the gloomy date of December 21, 2012, for which the Mayans promised the Apocalypse, fears of the expectations of the End of the World revived again. And the problem, as it turned out, is in calendars according to Express

Today, the Gregorian calendar is considered generally accepted. It was introduced by Pope Gregory XIII in the Catholic countries on October 4, 1582 to replace the former Julian. The difference between the calendars was 11 days, after the removal of which, it turned out to more accurately reflect the time that the Earth takes to revolve around the Sun.

However, not everyone liked this idea and in many European countries, in particular in Britain, in London, there were riots with the demand to return the “stolen 11 days”. 

These days have indeed been stolen. Moreover, they continue to steal every year.  

Scientist Paolo Tagaloguin explains in his post: 

“The number of days lost in a year due to the shift into Gregorian calendar is 11 days. For 268 years using the Gregorian calendar (1752–2020) times 11 days = 2948 days. 2948 days / 365 days (per year) = eight years.”

https://twitter.com/PTagaloguin/status/1269027891171471360?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw

His post is not one of a kind. Many people involved in the topic, write:  

“When the world switched to the Gregorian calendar in the 1700s, we lost about eight years in translation. So technically yes, it’s 2012 now.”

Eight years ago, Doomsday fears were triggered by the false assumption that the Mayan calendar predicts the end of the world on December 21, 2012. This date was regarded as the end date of the 5126-year cycle in the Mesoamerican calendar, which scientists translated into the generally accepted Gregorian. But if the Gregorian calendar considers the days wrong, then the translation of the Mayan date loses all meaning. 

As an older and therefore more correct researchers, the Ethiopian calendar is proposed, used by the Ethiopian and Eritrean churches. It is based on the Coptic calendar, which, in turn, is based on the Egyptian. 

Today, the difference between the Ethiopian and Gregorian calendars is 8 years. The count of years in the Ethiopian calendar begins on August 29, 8 A.D. e. according to the Julian calendar. Thus, we entered the new millennium on this calendar on August 29, 2008, and now we have the year 2012, as it were. 

Researchers for this date offer all kinds of astronomical and geological explanations, as well as numerological formulas that offer different scenarios of the End of the World, as well as the date of its implementation. 

According to these data, we are expected:

The coming of God. He will share his knowledge with all people. It is curious that Nostradamus “predicted” the arrival of the Antichrist this year.

Terrible natural disasters fall on the whole planet. A similar prophecy is made by many foretellers of the past and the present, or maybe some of them wrote it off from others?

Many volcanoes will wake up in the USA and after this earthquakes and tsunamis will sweep across the world.

America will continue to intervene in other countries, but Russia will be respected throughout the world.

We are waiting for the approach of an asteroid, which will adversely affect our planet. This will cause natural disasters.

2020 is a year of discovery. But these are not always positive changes.

As scenarios, we also propose the interaction between the Earth and a supermassive black hole in the center of the galaxy, the collision of the Earth with the mythical planet Nibiru, the pole shift, which passes through the Mayan cycles and so on. 

In general, if you read other predictions on the Internet, then in a suspicious way they look similar to each other. Some, are written off as a carbon copy. We always imagine how workers sit in their offices and collectively come up with a horoscope and predictions. The rest are looking forward to when a bright head tosses a fresh little idea, which would slightly redo and attribute authorship to the next soothsayer.

Nevertheless, with the date of the End of the World, researchers have no unanimity and the only thing that is clear: now the calendar year is 2012 and the approximate date is May 25th. Therefore, if all these calculations are correct and the End of the World really happens, then it will not be earlier than in December. 

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