- SKU: 9363752
- Release Date: 06/30/2009
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- Additional footage: the Sun, the Egyptians, End of Time, the Hopi, and the Masons
- Closed Captioned
The doomsday warning of legendary prophet Nostradamus is placed in a terrifyingly modern context as documentary filmmakers speculate just what will happen on that fateful date of December 21, 2012. Nostradamus wasn't the only prophet to call attention to this oft-debated date; the ancient Mayans too predicted that the planet would undergo a profound transformation in the final days of the year 2012. But what exactly does fate have in store for mankind on the day many call the end? Will we be wiped out by a massive comet crashing into Earth, fall victim to a global environmental disaster, or perhaps fall victim to our own destructive technology in an Armageddon-like clash of civilizations? Perhaps it won't be anything destructive at all, but a kind of subtle transformation in consciousness. Whatever may come when the calendars turn to December 21, 2012, one thing is for certain: People around the globe will be watching the skies in tense anticipation of something truly profound. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
Cast & Crew
- James Lurie - Narrator