New 2012 DVD Breaks with Doomsday Trend

Philip Coppens stars in the newly released “2012: Mayan Prophecy and the Shift of Ages,” released by Reality Entertainment and distributed in the US by Warner Home. The new DVD breaks with current trends and argues that 2012 is not about the end of the world, but instead is about the nature of time and the shift of calendars. If we are to believe the Mayan prophecies, 2012 is presenting the world with evolutionary opportunities.

Los Angeles, CA, October 31, 2009 --( In “2012: Mayan Prophecy and the Shift of Ages”, Philip Coppens and Geoff Stray take the viewer on a journey into the Mayan mysteries to uncover a startling perspective on 2012, the lost meaning of the great cycle of the ages. They challenge the doomsday prophets and argue that 2012 is not the apocalyptic end of times, it is in fact only the beginning. Time will never be the same again.

Coppens states: “the upcoming 2012 movie, to be released on November 13, is a 200 million dollar budget movie. It focuses on the Mayan prophecies related to 2012 and argues the world might end. As the movie is so high profile, commentators have argued there is no reality to such doom-mongering. Though I agree 2012 is not about doom, 2012 is a genuine phenomenon, at the core of the Mayan calendar system. You simply cannot deny that. But rather than about doom, 2012 is about evolutionary opportunities – on par with the Age of Aquarius so popular in the 1960s and 1970s – but this time, for real.”

“2012: Mayan Prophecy and the Shift of Ages” therefore offers a unique perspective on the 2012 phenomenon, taking in some of the leading thinking on the nature of time, the importance of 2012 for the Mayan civilisation, and much more.

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