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Religion and Environmental Apocalypse

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Anna Fedele University Institute annafedele@yahoo.com

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Peter Rudiak-Gould Oxford University peterrg@gmail.com

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Terry Leahy University of Newcastle Terry.Leahy@newcastle.edu.au

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Stefan Skrimshire University of Leeds s.skrimshire@leeds.ac.uk

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The year 2012 has been at the center of many millennial theories, commonly referred to under the umbrella term the “2012 phenomenon”. Th ese theories, which predicted important changes for humanity usually related to some kind of environmental apocalypse, are generally described as relating to the end of the Mayan calendar, to the common-era calendar date, 21 December 2012 (21.12.2012), and to “New Age interpretations”.

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