12.21.2012 'end of the world' rumor links to Psy's 'Gangnam Style' and 'Mayan Apocalypse'


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On Friday, the rumor about 'end of the world' creates buzz online and have been headlines on different news programs. Psy's worldwide hit Oppa Gangnam Style is now interconnects with Nostradamus prediction of end of the world. On the other side, Mayan apocalypse is also getting popular- is it end of Mayan calendar or end of the world?


Psy on horse- dance moves
Photo: Psy on horse- dance moves
 
In one of the articles written by Nostradamus, it says that:

From the calm morning, the end will come
When of the dancing horse
the number of circles will be 9.


The passage is now being linked to Oppa Gangnam style video which is predicted to reach 1 billion Youtube videos on December 21, 2012. The 'calm morning' is being described as the theme of Gangnam Style and also refer to Korea which is tagged as "The Land of the Morning Calm". The 'dancing horse' relates to Psy's dance moves. The number of 0 in 1 billion is 9.

As of this writing, official music video of Gangnam Style reached 946,918,789.  Few thousands left for billion views. As per checking of the rate of increase of views, per day increment is about 6 million. Computing for the days remaining (as of this posting) and multiplying with the rate, it is about 48 million or 0.995 billion total views by 12.21.2012.

[ Read: Psy - 'Oppa Gangnam Style' MV reaches 1 billion views on Youtube! ]

Michel de Nostredame known as Nostradamus is  a French apothecary and reputed seer who published collections of prophecies that have since become famous worldwide. Some of the events he predicted were Princess Diana's death, September 11 Twin Tower Attack and  US President Kennedy's assassination.

On the other side, the end of the Earth possibility is also studied by NASA. NASA concludes that 21st December 2012 it will be nothing more than a normal December solstice.

Moreover, NASA has released a video in response to popular theories that the world will end on Dec. 21, 2012, in a supposed “Mayan apocalypse.”


The video says: "If you're watching this video, it means one thing: the world didn't end yesterday."

According to media reports of an ancient Mayan prophecy, the world was supposed to be destroyed on December 21 2012.

"But look around you. The whole thing was a misconception from the very beginning."

Dr John Carlson, director of the Centre for Archaeoastronomy, said the Mayan calendar did not end on that date and that the Mayans had never predicted the world would end then. He iterates that their calendar simply 'rolls over' on December 21 2012.


Other Coincidence Report:
Between December 10 and 22, North Korea is expected to launch a rocket on space to place satellite in orbit.

On December 20, 2012, a day before the allegedly end of the world, Psy is set to perform in the Philippines for one-night Gangnam party at MOA Concert Grounds.


What do you think of the intersection of Religion, Science, and Prophesies, do you feel some fear on Nostradamus predictions and the Mayan apocalypse?Tell us your thoughts.

 

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