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April 13, 2011

The Maya Announce That The End Of The World Is Postponed

Despite gloomy predictions of the Mayan calendar announcing 2012 as the end of the world, an old Mayan leader reassures us about the fateful date of 21 December 2012. 

Apolinario Chile Pixum, a Mayan from Guatemala also contradicts the current trend of opinion stating that the Mayan apocalypse theory is an idea which would be catastrophic Western full coverage of sources in ancient Mayan civilization. But pro-apocalypse enthusiasts are convinced that the planetary alignment in 2012 will result in a catastrophe of gigantic proportions which cyclically occurs on Earth every 25,800 years. 

The old man said he is alone in front of the avalanche of New Age philosophers, astronomers, ultimatum announcements spread on the Internet. and television producers looking to deliberately mix the predictions of Nostradamus with Mayan texts for money. "In addition, the movie 2012 only strengthened the global hysteria." comments Pixum Chile. 

In the same trench as the wise Mayan ranks said that many experts worry over increased proportions of mass hysteria as we approach the fateful date so called. 

"The situation is very serious, because we increasingly receive several e-mails from children of 7-10 years to write that we are too young to die, and that they did not do anything bad and that they're afraid of the future. Personal dramas of people did not stop there, we had an example of a mother of two young children who declare themselves torn at the thought that they will not live to see their children raised high."announced Ann Martin, a researcher at the Cornell University in U.S. Discovered in 1960, amid ruins in southern Mexico, texts describe that something will happen in 2012, an event that will put the spotlight on Yotke Bologna, a mysterious Mayan god of war and creation. Unfortunately, some erosion and cracks in the stones make the final passage impossible to decipher... funny how that works, right? 
Mexican archaeologist Guillermo Bernal believes the eroded fragment contains the message: "He comes from Heaven."

11 comments:

lowfrequencies said...

intersting stuff. didn't know the mayans had anything to do with it

Lich said...

Huh, I thought all Mayans mysteriously died out? That's interesting to know.

LoreBlogger said...

Apocalypse, definitely!

Marian said...

who believes this anyways? americans of course!

Aamir Muhammad said...

shit is fucked bro shit is fucked.

John said...

The Mayan were something special.

Nate said...

wow i guess we will just have to wait and see

BennyBeatz said...

don't really buy into all this end of the world stuff but thanks for posting lol

Alexandra said...

interesting stuff! I do not think that is the end of the world though..
:-)

TDurdy said...

Very interesting. Great post.

The Game Store Guy said...

Oy vey...this is still going on. It blows me way that so many people are so ignorant.

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