Friday, August 7, 2009

2012 debunked (video into text)

On my videos debunking the 2012 doomsday theory and the moon landing hoax, I get many comments with people complaining about the apparently "hard to read" text. Even though I suspect it is a mere excuse to not watch the videos, I have put all of the text into an easy-to-read blog post for your convenience. As time goes on I will post some more articles concerning 2012 and conspiracy theories that will not be posted as a video on my youtube channel.

My sources will be listed first in case you are just a lazy ass who wants to see my sources and take my word that nothing will happen in 2012. And yes I know that ProjectStorm got his channel frozen (thanks to yowbooks, the coward) so I will just list the sources he used as well.

2012 Debunked

This is an attempt to help extinguish the fear spread by the 2012 hoax. I am going to provide the facts about pole shifts, nodstradamus, planet x/nibiru, the sumerians, and the mayans, Then you can decide for yourself whether or not the 2012 doomsday theory is a hoax.

Part I: Pole Shifts

Doomsdayer: A pole shift occuring at 11:11 pm Universal Time will result in a complete reversal of the north and south poles and thuse a disappearance of the Earth's magnetic field. This will cause numerous natural disasters such as earthquakes, volcanoes, and tsunamis.

Actually, according to NASA, that is completely bogus:

"They've also learned what happens during a reversal. Reversals take a few thousand years to complete, and during that time- contrary to popular belief- the magnetic field does not vanish. "It just gets more complicated." says Glatzmaier. Magnetic lines of force near Earth's surface become twistid and tangled, and magnetic poles pop up in unaccustomed places. A south magnetic pole might emerge over Africa, for instance, or a norh pole over Tahiti. Weird. But it's still a planetary magnetic field, and it still protects us from space radiation and solar storms."

So, the Earth's magnetic field does NOT disappear. It simply becomes more complicated but as strong as ever. It still protects us from solar storms and radiation just as it always has.

A pole shift also takes 5,000 years to complete and "comes at irregular intervals of about 300,000 years." So far we are 780,000 years overdue. has an interesting quote on this:

"They come at irregular intervals averaging about 300,000 years and it has now been 780,000 years since the last one. Then we’ve been due for 480,000 years! Where I’m getting at is that your parents generation was also overdue, your grandparents generation was overdue and since the start of civilization on this earth it was overdue. Even the Mayas were overdue. What I’m trying to say is that it could’ve happened way before that and that it can happen tomorrow or in 100,000 years so don’t worry too much about it. Again, the process takes 5,000 years to complete so I bet you won’t notice it too much."

Also from Daily Common Sense, with the doomsday theory in bold and the facts in regular text:
A pole reversal will happen in 2012. False, it will happen but we don’t know when yet. I’m pretty sure the NASA would be able to confirm if it was even a 2012 possibility.
A pole reversal would decrease the strength of our magnetic field to near zero. False, it would still be there and as strong as it is now, just more complicated.
A pole reversal would have terrible impact on our planet. True, but the process takes 5,000 years to complete. It doesn’t happen just like that when you wake up one morning.
We’re overdue for a pole shift. Maybe, but we’ve been overdue for the past 380,000 years. Our little 2,000 years of history is pretty small in that. Do you believe we don’t know when it’s going to happen?
Part II: The Mayans

Doomsdayer: The Mayans were very advanced when it came to science and astronomy. They predicted the end of the world or a new conciousness (depending on what version you heard) to occur with a galactic alignment on December 12, 2012.

This theory comes from the fact that the Mayan calendar ends on that date. But there is no evidence to point out that the Mayans predicted anything to happen:

For the ancient Maya, it was a huge celebration to make it to the end of a whole cycle” says Sandra Noble, executive director of the Foundation for the Advancement of Mesoamerican Studies in Crystal River, Fla. To render Dec. 21, 2012, as a doomsday or moment of cosmic shifting, she says, is “a complete fabrication and a chance for a lot of people to cash in.” (USA Today)

Scholars are also in great doubt in the idea that the Mayans were even able to predict a galactic alignment:

Astronomers generally agree that “it would be impossible the Maya themselves would have known that” says Susan Milbrath, a Maya archaeoastronomer and a curator at the Florida Museum of Natural History. What’s more, she says, “we have no record or knowledge that they would think the world would come to an end at that point. (USA Today)

So the Mayans didn't predict anything to happen. If I said that I thought the world would end on December 31, 2008 at 12:00 pm simply because it is the end of our calendar I would have just as much evidence as anyone who believes in the Mayan 2012 hoax.

Obviously, Both ideas are nonsense.

Part III: Nostradamus

Many people think that Nodstradamus predicted the end of the world in 2012, 9/11, and the French Revolution. He was also used to help support the Y2K doomsday theory (which was false). To put it simply, Nodstradamus never predicted any of these. All of his alledged predictions were very vague and twisted by the internet to mean something different. For instance, here is the more popular Nodstradamus prediction about 9/11:
"In the year of the new century and nine months,
From the sky will come a great King of Terror...
The Sky will burn at forty-five degrees
Fire approaches the great new city...
In the city of york there will be a great collapse,
2 twin brothers torn apart by chaos while the fortress falls
great leader will succumb"
This is the one spread by email and comspiracy threads on the internet. Its pretty scary if you take it to heart. But here is the original prediction, from Nodstradamus' own quill:
"The year 1999, seventh month,
From the sky will come a great King of Terror
To bring back to life the great King of the Mongols,
Before and after Mars to reign by good luck"
Almost laughingly different. According to, this whole thing came about in 1997 with a student at Brock University in Canada. Neil Marshall twisted the real thing using abstract and vague words to point out that they could be read to seem to have predicted any event.

And I'm not sure if the fake prophesy in the previous slide was the right one. At last count I had found three different fabrications.

Part IV: Planet X

This is probably the most prominant and popular 2012 theory. It states that, in 2012, the legendary Planet X (aka Nibiru) will crash into the Earth and kill everyone. This was started and spread generally by Zecharia Sitchin, someone who had no previous classes or studies in Sumerian culture (whom he claims predicted Planet X's return)

And before I say anything I would like to point out that all information was taken directly from vidos by ProjectStorm and Trayen11. I will provide the links to those videos in my description.

The Sumerians are believed to have seen and predicted the supposed Nibiru to crash into the planet Earth in 2012. While they did believe that Earth was created after a fight between Taimat and Nibiru, those were both GODS, not planets or stars. Sitchin created the myth that the Sumerians believed the Gods to be planets. The Sumerians were not even interested in astronomy.

Another theory is that Planet X caused the original continents to drift apart. I actually laughed when I read that people believed this. Its called "continental drift" and it is almost a proven fact. I learned about in in 3rd grade! It is the fact that the continental plates are constantly moving. They were moving when the Earth was created and are moving now.

And yes, something huge did slam into our planet 4.5 billion years ago. There weren't even single celled bacteria around then. The event is also believed to have created the moon. And since there were no organisms back then how could the Sumerians have known?

Some people also believe that the Sumerians were in contact with an alien race...need I say more? There is not a single shred of evidence to even hint that this might be true.

And yes, 3,000 years ago something terrible did happen. But that was a volcano, not Planet X.

True, for many years astronomers did believe a 10th planet existed, but thanks to our modern technology we now know that this is false. We also know that "there is nothing strange about the orbits of outer planets." And this applies to the theory that a mass extinction occurs annually: thanks to modern technology we know that this is indeed false.

Many "pictures" of Planet X have surfaced, and so far all of them have been something like a distant galaxy or a simple photoshop. And there is no such thing as the supposed "Norlock Project."

Also, there is the theory that NASA spotted Planet X and renamed it Eris. Wrong again. While (According to the majority of 2012 believers) Planet X is supposed to be 2/3 the size of our planet, NASA calculated Eris to be only a little bit larger than Pluto. Also, the closest Eris will ever come to Earth will be in 2255 with the distance of about 4 billion miles.

There are many other theories that those rascly conspiracists come up with, but so far every one I have seen is false, and I have no reason to believe why any upcomming theories arent false either.

I hope that this video will calm some nerves and that many people will come to see the truth. And I know that many people will say either "dont listen to the facts. Listen to your heart" or "you dont know what will happen in 2012 so how can you be sure you are right?"

To the first argument, I can't really say how stupid you sound. Life isn't a Disney movie. There are facts that are proven that that's that. Say I have an apple and you call it an orange. I say that since it is res and has the features and seeds of an apple I call it an apple. But you say that I must "listen to my heart." I am pretty sure I am right. You have no evidence whatsoever to back up your silly myth. Give it a rest!

And to the second argument, I admit that I have no idea what will happen in 2012. But based on the facts I fell pretty certain when I say that the world won't end as a result of Planet X, a pole shift, or the predictions of Nodstradamus, the Mayans, or Sumerians.

And if you believe that a pole shift will happen, a planet will crash into the Earth, a new conciousness will begin and a new dimension will open up all in the same day...

you are gullible enough to believe in anything.


  1. heres the thing , mayans really didint predict it alone they probably got from fallen angels or aliens or ufo, research fallen angels and you will find out that fallen angels told humans knowledge and maybe predictions, so maybe fallen angels or ufo told this mayans that the world will end in 2012, and aliens or ufo is really fallen angels, and they all work for satan, but my point here is that we people need to be right with god, so people need to give there life and soul to god and be born again, so when this things will happend to earth you wont be on earth anymore but you will be in paradise called heaven. so my point here our souls need insurance and the best insurance is god, i know nobody really wanna be here on earth when this things will happend, so only non believers or satanism people will all deal with this disasters here on earth. follow your heart when you finish reading this comment, get a bible and say your first prayer ask god to be your savior. or if ur already a christian come back to god and give your life to god again. thanks.

  2. Aliens did not contact any ancient civilization. There is absolutely nothing to support that claim. The idea started with Zecheria Sitchin when he claimed to have evidence that "Annukai" visited the Sumerians. I will have a new post concerning Sitchin and his claims later, but let it be known that he never had a formal class in Semetic languages or anything even relating to the Sumerians. He has been debunked by real experts like Micheal Heiser on countless occasions. Davide Icke, if you are getting your information from him, is an obvious liar and takes his "information" from nazis and white-supremacists.

    If you believe in God you should very well know it is against your religion to believe anything will happen in 2012.

    Again, I think you misunderstood some of my video. The Mayans predicted absolutely nothing to happen. To believe so is contrary to the words of many different experts in the Mayan civilization. I will also have a post concerning only the Mayans coming soon.

  3. awesome find oh a calendar ends its must mean the end lol how retarded people are so stupid lol

  4. to you who thinks fallen angels made predictions Christ tells us they don't know the day or hour and neither does he only the father knows Satan is a liar and that's what he does spread lies

  5. The world will end! I can tell you with absolute certainty that it will end on December 31, 1999. Every nuclear missle will be launched, and all the survivers will have to eat will be twinkies. So sayith Family Guy, which is honestly more reliable a source then anyone saying the world will end in 2012.

  6. Wow, fallen angels or aliens, with absolutly no evidence at all this dipshit just throws out whatever idiotic things he can make up or has been duped by. A sucker is born every minute.

  7. Aliens? Fallen angels?
    Ok, I was hoping to share my own academic perspectives and point out a few facts of my own here, maybe ease some people's anxieties in addition to what Alex has already pointed out, but I am having second thoughts. Once you get in to the realm of aliens and fallen angels, you've already passed the point of no return, and I am not reaching THAT far to pull you back. Hey everyone, the world's ending, aliens have informed me. Also, they let me in on a little secret....when I turn 40, I will become omnipotent.....or maybe they said impotent....

  8. I want to quote a song for you "You're just a fool,a fool,a fool." If you can't 'Feel' what is going on you are a FOOL. You even admit you are a fool by stating "An exhibition of your nonsensical mind" which translated means you have no intellectual words or thoughts or the means to deliver them, or in a word you can understand FOOL.

  9. No offense, but that's an all around poor argument. Rather than actually disputing any information in the post you try to call the entire thing invalid by referring to the completely unrelated content in the header that is simply a funny intro to my blog. I can tell you're new at this whole arguing thing, so I will give you the benefit of the doubt that you were tired when you wrote that comment and that there actually is something of a working brain inside that extremely thick skull. Can you elaborate on the idea that I'm supposed to feel something? It really just sounds like new age bullshit to me.

    Explain to me how you feel comfortable with believing in something that has no evidence. I won't believe that something will happen in 2012 just because a bunch of strangers have good feelings about it. I already proved that the idea of anything happening is contradictory to basic science, so please, enlighten me! Isn't it possible that, once you were told something is to happen, you became so convinced that anything you think you feel is just apart of your own fear of this myth? Isn't it odd that you claim to feel the oncoming of this supposed tragedy yet fail to "feel" the oncoming of the many real tragedies that happen day-to-day?

    I call bullshit.

  10. Alex you call this poor argument, well I can see that you believe in science, then tell me, why your scientist can't explain the different atmospheric phenomena, solar, magnetic, light and other that happen in this moment in the world, can you explain me why inclusive the animals has changed it behavior, you must to be more open mind my brother, science a human creation is totally imperfect , you don't overestimate the ancient words.

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  12. i dont believe in 2012, the world suppose to en May 21,2010 but did it happen, and in 2004, this $H!T is all fake

  13. the link looks misleading but explains whats wrong with these people.
    Remember they heaven.s gate disaster. Pre rational thinking is to blame for the unbelievable silliness of otherwise normal adults. Scientism? People have been conned over this and will continue to be until people learn to reign in their anxieties and work out that they are thinking incorrectly, leaving themselves vulnerable to well...anything. For god's sake the mind is a mathematical type processor dependent on patterns and like math and science, relies on various rules that make it effective, and safeguard against getting the wrong idea or getting "carried away". For god sake 36 adults suicides resulted from becoming convinced the haileys comet was an omen and in order to get to a higher plain of existence these people head to kill themselves to score a trip in a UFO that would follow behind the comet to a new level of conciousness....familiar concept?