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2012 Researcher and Author, Patrick Geryl — "Everything will be Completely Wiped Out in One Day"
In 2002, Belgium author and researcher Patrick Geryl published Orion Prophecy: Will the World Be Destroyed in 2012? The book was hugely successful, and in 2005, he published The World Cataclysm in 2012. This new book conclusively answers the question posed by first. According to Patrick, we cannot escape our fate on December 21, 2012 but those of us willing to heed the warnings of the ancient Mayan and Egyptian civilizations can.
Yes, Patrick knows this message will continue to be greeted with dismissive skepticism, fearful deflection and mean-spirited attacks for the next few years, until it eventually becomes undeniable.
This is why he is committed to finding irrefutable proof via the legendary Circle of Gold room buried near the Great Pyramid of Giza. He believes this discovery will offer the proof needed to compel us into action while we still enjoy the luxury of time.
This Cut to the Chase program stands as incontrovertible proof that Patrick Geryl predicted that the solar maximum starting in 2007 will be a considerably more violent than the previous solar maximum, at the same time, the "experts" were predicting it would be much less. Now they have reversed themselves.
Also note that Patrick predicated in 1990 on Belgium TV that the universe is expanding at an ever-increasing pace. In 1998, NASA concluded that our universe is too young to be collapsing, and that it is expanding at an ever-increasing pace.
AP,March 7, 2006
LOS ANGELES - A new computer model suggests the next solar cycle will be more active than the previous one, potentially spawning magnetic storms that will be more disruptive to communication systems on Earth.
The next sunspot cycle will be between 30 percent to 50 percent more intense than the last one, scientists said Monday.
The cycle will also begin a year later than expected, in late 2007 or early 2008, and peak around 2012, said Mausumi Dikpati of the National Center for Atmospheric Research in Boulder, Colo.
The new prediction is at odds with previous forecasts, which suggested that the intensity of the next solar cycle would be measurably smaller.
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