There is no Egyptian prediction and they had no relation with the Mayan civilization

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Pyramids of Giza

The Egyptians

Ancient Egypt was a civilization that coalesced (according to Egyptian chronology), in 3150 BC and fell to the Roman Empire in 31 BC.
Some remaining structures are the famous pyramids, like the Pyramids of Giza (UNESCO World Heritage Site) and the Great Sphinx, near Cairo, Egypt.

Doomsday claims

The Egyptians never predicted the end of the world for 2012, nor knew about a world-wide flood in 9792 BC.

Kolbrin Bible

Some proponents of this claim use the Kolbrin Bible, a Celtic and Egyptian book, as evidence:

The authors of the Kolbrin Bible predict an end to life as we know it, by a celestial event. It will be the return of a massive space object, in a long elliptical orbit around our sun. Known to the Egyptians and Hebrews as the "Destroyer," the Celts later called it the “Frightener." -

However, the Kolbrin Bible never mentions 2012 in its prophecies, if reliable.
Then they say that Planet X is the so-called "destroyer" by the ancient Egyptians, mentioned in this book, which is not true, because both Nibiru and the "destroyer" are hoaxes.

Book of the Dead

The Book of the Dead is an ancient Egyptian funerary text. The book never mentions 2012 in its texts.
However, they claim that the Egyptians predicted a doomsday for 2012. The proponents even mention a world-wide flood that they claim happened in 9792 BC. If this purported flood had actually occurred, there would be evidence of it. We must conclude that no worldwide flood happened in 9792 BC, because there is no evidence.

Giza Pyramids

Some proponents claim that the Giza Pyramids indicate a 2012 event. And, of course, link this claim to the Maya. Here is a thread about this claim on Above Top Secret:

Through my years of research into the structures at Giza, it seems that what the ancients have provided for us at Giza is an astronomical timing device - a clock/calendar based upon the precessional movement of the belt stars of the Orion constellation.

The proponent, Scott Creighton, is not an archaeologist. Actually, he does a completely insane analysis through a map of Giza, with lines, numbers and nothing to do with the egyptians or the maya. What is more interesting is that he uses Atlantis too. According to his claim, Atlantis sank in 9700 BCE and, somehow, it has something to do with 2012, the maya and the egyptians.


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