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The World Cataclysm in 2012: The Maya Countdown to the End of Our World Paperback – December 30, 2005


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Product Details

  • Paperback: 345 pages
  • Publisher: Adventures Unlimited Pr (December 30, 2005)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1931882460
  • ISBN-13: 978-1931882460
  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.8 x 9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 15.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,233,886 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

Patrick Geryl is the author of The Orion Prophecy, and lives in Belgium.

Customer Reviews

I'm going to toss this book in the garbage.
C. Kopelson
This is one of the best books I've ever read....awesome!!!This may indeed be one of if not THE MOST IMPORTANT BOOK of our age besides The Holy Bible.
Captain AJ
All of this "Factual" information would have bolstered his "hypothetical" claims.
Interpreterboy

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47 of 52 people found the following review helpful By Steven B. on October 15, 2006
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The historical background of the book is very interesting but I consider the "math" inside an insult.

My advice to the author: stay away from math, seriously, your knowledge of arithmetic leaves much to be desired.

My advice to the potential buyer: read the following paragraph and decide if you still want to buy it

On pages 74/75 he takes three numbers 365.25, 365 and 360 and multiplies them twice by 0.666666666

Later on page 79 he starts again with the same three numbers but now he multiplies them once by 11520

Finally on the next page he divides the latter three results by the former ones and he finds himself SHOCKED to find they all yield the same result: 25920

NO KIDDING! ...Pitiful.

Take ANY number X and multiply it Twice by 0.66666666 you get (0.44444444)X

Take the same X number and multiply it by 11520 you get (11520)X

If you divide the latter by the former THE X's CANCEL EACH OTHER and you end up with (11520)/(0.44444444) which will ALWAYS yield 25920 regardless of the number you start with.

Yet the astonished words from the author are: "The identical result of these calculations is the precession number, which made me break out in cold sweat"

Mr Geryl please stick to Archeology and find the labyrinth.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By denny on June 8, 2007
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I read Geryl's first book "Orion Prophecy" in 2003 and thought it was excellent and that he is on to something. I next read his latest book "How to survive 2012" and that was excellent although a little discouraging in terms of survival places to be when 2012 hits. This book "The World Cataclysm in 2012" completes what Geryl wants to say but it is the one to skip of the three he has out. This book is big on math. And though I think he is on to something, as I believe this knowledge came from Mu and Atlantis (ie E.T.'s), he also comes off as sort of a cook to someone who is light on math and not their forte. For this reason mostly, I feel this book is the one to skip of the three Geryl has out there. If your big on 2012 as I am, then you will want to pick up a copy of this book because it completes what Geryl has to say about this subject. Geryl believes every 11,500-12,000 years the sun cycle causes the sun to reverse its poles which causes huge CME's which reach the earth and cause the earth's poles to flip making the earth to start revolving in the opposite direction thereby causing great destruction on all of civilization. This science is right on as I have checked it out, which makes me a big Geryl fan.
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By marsmoon on April 25, 2007
Format: Paperback
World Cataclysm in 2012 is the second in the series of three books by

Patrick Geryl about his discoveries using cartography, astronomy, and

mathematics to decipher the codes left by the ancient Egyptians and

Mayans. His findings: the Altanteans, Egyptians, and Mayans were all

trying to warn us of a coming world cataclysm of devastating proportions,

a crustal pole shift that would destroy civilization.

This book documents Patrick Geryl's research in which he shows:

1)An interpretation of the Isis-Osiris legend to be the story of the

previous pole shift in 9792 B.C.
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Interpreterboy on March 9, 2008
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Not only is the "information" contained in this book suspicious, but the author apparently has a screw loose too. The illustrations in the book, although they look authentic, and appear to be renderings of actual tomb inscriptions, are worthless. The Figures have no approximate dates, no locations of where they were found, no translations of the heiroglyphs, nothing. What culture, and ruler commisioned the works? What Temples are they on? What are the temples dedicated to? What are the dates of the tomb carvings? All of this "Factual" information would have bolstered his "hypothetical" claims. I could have drawn these, and used them to support my claims that the earth is flat! Also, what's with this story of the Atlantians and the Egyptians? Where is any of this recorded? It's all in quotes too! The logic behind his reasoning is like a 3rd graders too. Here is a typical flow of logic from this book, it's on page 15: "Thanks to a unique coding of the Egyptians and the Maya I could discover an advanced pattern in them. They form a one-way communication channel with my thinking. Mathematical inscriptions and pictograms have a key role in an endless flood of discoveries. Magic numbers in a whirl of calculations. They are the messages from a long-lost, exotic civilization." What? One-way communication with my thinking? Magic numbers? Are you kidding me? What editor is responsible for allowing this to be published? Don't waste your money on this garbage.
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