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Following misinterpretations of the Mayan calendar, doomsday seekers have been busy preparing for a front-row seat for the end of all things.
The apocalypse is not going to happen in December, according to a group of experts who are spearheading efforts to educate people about prophecies made by the ancient Mayan civilization.
December 21, 2012 – the purported last day of a 5,125-year cycle in the Mesoamerican calendar – has been added to an endless list of days when the world has been expected to end.
Archeologists have uncovered stone carvings that suggest the end of the Mayan calendar in 2012 was more about political messaging than making an apocalyptic prediction.
Modern technology brings to life piece of cold stone and makes it speak Mayan date as recorded by Maya civilization during classic period (approx.
As interest in the end of the world increases for 2012 phenomenon followers, Stocktrek Images has put together a stunning collection of apocalyptic art showcasing diverse belief sets.
Mexico’s tourism industry is seeking to capitalize on the rest of the world’s anachronistic interest in apocalyptic doomsday prophecies.
According to popular theory, the world will be coming to a messy end next December. However, you might want to heed the latest advice of Mayan experts who want to dispel any belief that a world apocalypse is expected soon.
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