posted on Oct, 27 2009 @ 09:05 AM
Well that depends on which "Nibiru" you are referring to. My understanding is that "Nibiru" is translated as "Crossing of the planet". What we
know of the Mayan calendar is that the December 21, 2012 marks the completion of our solar system crossing the galactic plane. Many scholars believe
that then the Mayan calendar long-count begins anew, just like our calendar beginning anew on January 1st every year. I find all of this discussion
regarding the end of the world as silly as someone finding our modern calendar believing that the world will end on December 31st!
Now if you are referring to some unknown planet called "Nibiru" then my only response to that is
Heck, people need to keep in mind that even the word "Apocolypse" literally means "New beginning". People have been prediciting the end of the
world for as long as human civilation has been around - probably even before that. Og say world end 3 day - unga munga - Og say fill caves with food
It plays to our primal fears but has very little evidence supporting it.
Yes, one day CIVILIZATION as we know it will cease - this will be due to a natural calamity or a complete collapse of civilized society due to
man-made disasters (i.e: depression, nuclear/biological/chemical attack etc...) but humans will persevere and a new societal order will emerge, hence
the apocolypse... a new beginning. I fear that this scenario is closer than we realize, ergo the whole "Nibiru" as a planet coming to destroy Earth
is a side-show not worthy of our attention. We have much more pressing issues to deal with now.