Established author James Burton Anderson, a graduate engineer, astronomer, and long-time MENSA member, has studied the Mayan long-count calendar and its apocalyptic implications for over fifteen years. His latest book, Apocalypse 12-21-12 The Mayan Prophecies, explores the basis of the worldwide concern over the coming “End of Times” date, which is just months away. In May, Reuters reported a study showing that worldwide 10% of individuals believe the Mayan calendar could signify the end of the world in 2012. In America a startling 22% believe they will see the world end in their lifetime. Many very credible scientists and others are deeply concerned. Anderson shares his findings on why this special date might actually have more validity than governments will ever reveal. He is convinced that we are, in fact, in very real and present danger. He explores in detail what we are not being told and why, and comes to some starling conclusions. Are we actually in imminent danger? The many different “End of the World” scenarios are explored in great detail, along with the steps you can take to protect yourself and your loved ones.