Sunday, December 2, 2012

End Of The Mayan Calender Approaches

The 5,125-year-long cycle of the Mayan calender ends this month on December 21 and growing hysteria spreads around the globe that the world will cease to exist as we know it, according worldwide believers.

By H. Nelson Goodson
December 2, 2012

Worldwide - Millions of people are preparing for doomsday and to meet their maker on December 21, 2012 due to a common belief and predictions that the end of time as we know it approaches, despite life will most likely continue beyond that date. The Mayans created a sophisticated calender system that would end after 5,125 years, which is this month.
A second Mayan carved tablet found in La Corona ruins dating back 1,300 years referring to the end of the Mayan calender was found in Guatemala. The archaeology find became the second most hieroglyphic finds in decades.
One thing for sure, created life serves one purpose for mankind and that would be to come into terms that each human being has an end. But, when our end of the life cycle comes, will be determine by men. Only mankind can determine its own demise and fate.
People have until December 21, to prepare for that date. Some will travel to the Mayan ruins and others plan to visit family members. While many others dismiss any notion that the world will actually end or change at all.
Current events, such as storm disasters, including devastations, attributed to Global warming and millions of third world populations experiencing starvation, draught and recent human atrocities are some of the occurrences contributing to the hysteria.
The end!

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