On December 21, 2012, the Sun will align itself with the center of the Milky Way or the Dark Rift as it is also known. For an unknown reason the Mayan Long Count calendar also comes to an end on this same day. Did the Mayans end their calendar on this day because they knew it marked the end of the world?
On December 14, 2012, Dr. Ivan Peterson’s ordinary day quickly turned into a challenge when he received an unexpected warning of something much greater than an alignment and something much worse than anyone could have imagined. With heart-pounding intensity and challenges at every corner, Dr. Peterson must work with the U.S. Military, the President of the United States, a couple of friends, and a visitor from the future to try to save the Earth from destruction.
With only seven days left until December 21, 2012, Ivan must think fast to unravel a mystery written throughout history and he will soon find out that the Mayans were just one of many different cultures that predicted a catastrophe in the year 2012. From the ancient Sumerians, to the Egyptians, to the Hopi Indians and even Nostradamus - this date has always been looked upon as the end of the world. Ivan Peterson will find out that not only did these ancient cultures try to warn us of the year 2012 but that the key to stopping the event that looms ahead might also be hidden out there in plain view, waiting to be deciphered by someone. Which force will destroy the planet Earth and its people first: a hostile alien race known as the Annunaki or the increasingly tense nuclear countries of the world, all with their weapons ready to fire at a moment’s notice?
Readers can unravel the mystery of this prediction as they follow Ivan Peterson on his colossal quest to save the world in author Ricky Lucio’s new sci-fi novel, Time and Space: The Dark Rift.