Sunday, November 22, 2009

2012 Nostradamus Prophecies

Sometimes, our picks have been so accurate that we have been compared to Nostradamus. While flattering, we know that nobody on record has been as accurate as predicting world history as Nostradamus himself. That is why we still hope to be picking games in 2012 and beyond.

With all the talk about what the Mayan Calendar says or what the Bible says or what some new movie with John Cusack says, all we want to know about 2012 is the truth. We aren't sure that we will be picking games three years from now because, quite frankly, we don't know if the world will still be around in three years.

That's why we are glad we found 2012 Truth to help us sort it all out. Finally, there's a website dedicated to finding the truth about December 21, 2012 to sift through all of the Doom's Day predictions.

As we continue to approach the potentially fateful day, all the theories and research you need to know what to expect can be found in one place-- which is good, because if we only have three more years on this planet, we can't be gathering all of this information without the help of a source such as this.

People don't want to hear any more lies and misinformation about this important date: people want the truth. Thankfully, you can sift through it all without watching misleading and confusing ratings grabbers on The History Channel. All of the different theories about 2012 are now in one place, free for you to debate or decide which prediction seems clearest to you. Nostradamus has a proven track record, the Bible is accepted in the Christian faith as the word of God, and the Mayan calendar is a good indication of what the future holds. So which prophecy will come to fruition? Right now there are more questions than answers, but we will find the truth before 2012 with the help of this site.

Fact or fiction? Truth or rumor? In this day and age, it is difficult to decide, but visit 2012 Truth and you should find some of the answers you are looking for.


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