The Mystery of 2012

The Mystery of 2012

Predictions, Prophecies & Possibilities

Book - 2009
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Are we coming to the end of a cosmic cycle? Will there be an age of awakening, or even an end to the world we know? For the first time, the leading authorities on the 2012 phenomenon are all given voice in a single book: The Mystery of 2012.

From the prophecies of the Mayan astronomers to modern predictions about social, ecological, and spiritual changes to our world, this comprehensive anthology offers you a chance to examine the mystery from every angle—and to decide for yourself whether 2012 will end with a whimper or a bang.

Whether you’re a skeptic, a true believer, or simply “2012 curious,” here is a thought-provoking exploration of this approaching landmark in human history.

The book includes essay by the following list of scholars, scientists, philosophers, and cutting-edge thinkers:

  • Arjuna Ardagh
  • José Argüelles, PhD
  • Gregg Braden
  • Carl Johan Calleman, PhD
  • Gill Edwards
  • Jean Houston, PhD
  • Barbara Marx Hubbard


  • Baker & Taylor
    Examines the mystery surrounding the year 2012 through essays that discuss the possibilities, opportunities, and consequences for the universe and humanity.

Publisher: Boulder, Colo. : Sounds True, 2009
ISBN: 9781591796749
1591796741
Characteristics: 467 p. : ill. ; 20 cm
Additional Contributors: Braden, Gregg

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