Mayan writings do not predict the end of the world when the calendar cycle ends in December – but according to the producer of an upcoming documentary about the Central American civilization, they do make the sobering prediction that three-quarters of the earth’s population will be wiped out in the ensuing 15 to 20 years.
And those who live, insisted producer Raul Julia-Levy, will need to quickly colonize outer space, just as he said the Mayans did.
“This is the most critical time in human history, and mankind is going to have to face the music,” said Julia-Levy, the son of the late actor Raul Julia and producer of “Revelations of the Mayans 2012 and Beyond.”
In an exclusive interview with TheWrap, Julia-Levy claimed that his privately-financed documentary, which begins production this week in Mexico, will drop a series of bombshells that look to the future and draw connections between the Mayans and extra-terrestrials.
The revelations, he said, will be “every archaeologist’s nightmare.”
Source: Chicago Tribune
Oh really? Interesting. These dire claims go against all of the scientific consensus. It sounds like a lot of hype for your new movie. It gets worse…
Senior scientists call this Mayan apocalypse stuff a whole lotta silly but Julia-Levy says otherwise.
“I understand people are skeptical, but I got news for you,” insisted Julia-Levy. “This is not going to be a movie for UFO aficionados. We’re introducing evidence, facts and the truth.
“And according to the Mayan Council, archaeologists have been lying to the world and covering things up. They don’t know how to read the Mayan codices, and they don’t know what the Mayan Council knows.”
Those are some BIG claims. He plans to have the film out before the December doomsday. Better hurry, that leaves you not much time to capitalize on the flames of panic you are fanning. Sheesh!