All Press Releases for 04/20/2008

Rupturian Influence on Mayan Civilization depicted in, Last call from Earth - Stage I, Biological Survival, by Al Herr

In 755 A.D., the Mayans predicted the solar eclipse of July 11, 1991, and calculated that the earth goes around the sun in 365.2420 days. NASA calculated 365.2422 days. Where did they get all their knowledge?

They got it from the Rupturians.

WOODSIDE, NY / PR FREE / Apr 20 2008 --
The Rupturians flourished as an advanced civilization for over 20 million years in an archipelago of planets, in a sea of plasma waves that existed at the other side of the Milky Way.

They brought life to Earth and have assisted man all throughout his process of evolution.

Look in the future, in the XXIII century- by then, people are not on Earth anymore.

Remnants of the Rupturians civilization were discovered in the Yucatan peninsula after the major earthquake that occurred on the night of December 21, 2012: “2012 doomsday 2012” as it became to be known.

The following are excerpts of a report written by Al Herr V, the Historian, in the city of NewNewYork, planet NewEarth, GalaxyPtolomeoDualSpiral, in the year 2292, presented in the New Sci-Fi Book, Last Call from Earth - Homo Sapiens' Saga for Survival:

(In the remnants of the Rupturian civilization they found five spheres, but they knew they were originally seven because when light was passed through any of the spheres, a projection of seven spheres, like an index, was created. The Mayans had taken the other two; and that was the source of their advanced knowledge.)

When light is passed through the spheres, they project holograms.

By interpreting the projected holograms of the sixth and seventh spheres, the Mayans came to have a cosmological perspective of man’s nature and place within the evolutionary sequences and cycles of the universe. In their calendar cycles, the Mayans presented concepts related to several dimensions of space, time, and reality. Theirs was an archetype of evolution where Earth history began well before the Ice Age, and man appeared late within the overall context of time. Present man was not created as he is today; he is the result of several evolutionary cycles.

Long before Galileo said to himself as a consolation, “But it moves,” the Mayans prepared calendars based on the movement of the moon around the earth in 28 days, of the earth around the sun in 365 days, and of the solar system around a magnetic point in our galaxy in 25,625 years.

To learn more about the Mayans, the public is invited to read, “Last call from Earth -Stage I, Biological Survival,” which deals with the biological problem that finishes the Mayans off, as well a prediction for a 2012 doomsday.

Last Call from Earth - Stage I, Biological Survival



Al Herr is the author of the action trilogy, “Last Call from Earth - Homo Sapiens’ Saga for Survival.” The three stages of the trilogy, which deal with biological, socio-political and spiritual survival, include chapters about the Mayan, Aztec and Toltec struggles with respect to biological and socio-political destruction, and the formulation of spiritual goals.

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