Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Buying asteroid-proof bunkers, killing pets and planning mass suicide, the families convinced this ancient calendar predicts the world will end 2012

NOTE: The World is NOT going to END this year. If it Does I will write a personal Apology...

To those planning Mass Suicide, get some help or at least wait 1 extra day to see the world isn't going to end and that the Cult that have told you otherwise has been lying to you.

Harold Camping who has millions of followers predicted the end of the world 3 Times, guess what? the only thing that changed was that thousands of people handed over their life savings to him, several committed suicide and no doubt many more were left mentally broken.

Many more in history have predicted the end of the world which came to nothing, in all cases death followed for a few of the believers at their own hand, leaving behind friends, family loved ones hurt and wondering if they couldn't of done more.

Think back in History when big wars break out, or huge natural disasters take place...Millions die and survivors may describe this as the end of the world but they survive they pull through and the world keeps turning.

The Mayans have NOT predicted the end of the World, they speak of a New era, one cycle ends and the next begins, so please DON'T do anything stupid.

Deep inside a secret room buried for eons within an ancient stone temple in Mexico, something dark and terrible has finally stirred.

Or so the doomsayers, with their vivid imaginations, would have you believe.

The sands of time are running out for the world and not even Indiana Jones can save us now.
The astrological alignments and numerological formulae cannot be wrong: on December 21 this year, the apocalypse foretold 5,125 years ago by the ancient Mayans will come to pass and the world will end.

Of course, it’s fair to say predictions of Armageddon are two a penny.

Harold Camping, an American radio preacher, got thousands of followers worked up when he predicted the Second Coming of Jesus Christ on May 21 last year.

When that didn’t happen, he said the world would end on October 21. And then he quietly retired from his radio show. (A very rich man, managed to manipulate millions for years and still does.....has he ever apologized?)

But the ‘2012 phenomenon’ — as it is commonly known to its legions of internet followers — is different. More