There is a correlation between these cosmic events, the archipelago of Juan Fernandez and the Mayan civilization.
The event will be the galactic alignment between Earth, the sun and the center of the Milky Way.
Many prophecies in various ancient cultures show this year as a banner year, during which, and especially on the winter solstice in the northern hemisphere, apocalyptic events will happen.
The Mayan civilization assigns this as the last day on earth. So much so that their calendar ends on that day. The Mayans were notorious in calculating certain astronomical events with amazing accuracy.
The transit of Venus was provided for them with precision of more than 99.8%, well like to other celestial events important to their culture.
The link with the islands of Juan Fernandez, situated in the south Pacific Ocean, about 600 km off the coast of Chile, is related to the fact that was found on top of a peak of the main island, a megalithic monument built by the Mayans in the century Seventh, according to a documentary entitled The Island of the Apocalypse, broadcast by the History Channel.
The amazing fact is that this isolated island in the middle of ocean is thousands of kilometers from the nesting grounds of the Mayan civilization in Mexico.
The eclipse of the sun and the transit of Venus, will only be able to be viewed by someone located since this uninhabited island, a small and remote, in the western hemisphere.
It is also estimated that the island will be the point of galactic alignment, on December 21, 2012, between the Earth, the Sun and the dark band of the Milky Way, where is located the center of mass of our galaxy.