As is well known, Mayan civilization made significant discoveries in science, including the use of the zero in mathematics. The Mayan calendar begins around 3114 BC. According to its calculation, the end of the world occurs on December 21, 2012. The supposed end of the world falls on a Friday.

The Mayan calendar was based on the 26,000 year cycle of the Pleiades (a star cluster in the constellation Taurus), but lasted 260 days. December 21, 2012, represents the ends of a large cycle of time.

The Mayan calendar theory includes a claim that the end of time will come as an obscure planet collides with Earth.

However, we all know that it didn’t happen.

Irrespective of what scenarios are predicted for the end of the world, whether it’s the Earth collision with another planet, or global flooding, or next solar maximum, many people believed that 2012 marked the beginning of a new era, new age, which may bring spiritual and physical transformation of humanity.

New Apocalypse will just be here to annotate all things that are related to the Doomsday. Whenever that happens.