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2012 - Apocalypse or New Sun ?


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Ninnana   posted:3/14/2010 8:12:40 AM  (Reply)
In determining what you think 2012 will bring or not bring, would it not make sense to go to the source for what the Mayan's actually were/are predicting? AND, when they actually are predicting it?
jeff   posted:3/14/2010 6:24:41 PM  (Reply)
Great video. I've always wondered how much the implimentation of the Gregorian calendar fucked up the Mayan calendar, if at all.
Shadow0035   posted:3/15/2010 9:14:25 AM  (Reply)
the whole 2012 thing has been bugging the hell outta me recently because people are over thinking it waaay to much, spending all your time thinking about this is a waste of time because no matter what is found out the only way we will know for sure if its doomsday or not is when that date comes till then people should worry about other things because if its doomsday then the prophets predicted it to happen meaning that theres no way to stop it and if it isnt doomsday then chalk up another one to failed attempts at predicting the end quite personally though i have looked a little into this and there is a possibility of the world ending due to natural disaster found out by science comet/atmostphere failer/etc but on the other hand there is no definitive proof that it will be so and the mayan calender never said that date is doomsday it just stoped on that date thats all ad theres multiple reasons why too so really i wouldnt worry about it too much and i wouldnt recommend staking my life or finantial future on it either lol. p.s. forgive me horrid grammer and such but iv never really cared much for correct punctuation and not very much on exact spelling either heh.
Shadow of Man   posted:3/15/2010 10:03:26 PM  (Reply)
The Mayan Calendar, like any Native American "calendar" or system of marking the passage of time is always designed as a cycllic event, with and beginning, a progression of events, and an end. After the end, a new cycle begins again. That is all that is, is a long cycle count. Too many people look to verify the Christian Apocalypse story in other cultures events - time to stop it! Btw... Yes I am Native American.
tje1976   posted:3/20/2010 1:24:34 AM  (Reply)
I'm hoping for a worldwide arora borialis(sp?)   and I agree that the calendar is cyclic, like everyother time keeping device on this planet.  It gets to the end and ticks over to start again. 
Ninnana   posted:3/20/2010 6:08:11 AM  (Reply)

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Shadow of Man  posted:3/15/2010 10:03:26 PM  (Reply)
The Mayan Calendar, like any Native American "calendar" or system of marking the passage of time is always designed as a cycllic event, with and beginning, a progression of events, and an end. After the end, a new cycle begins again. That is all that is, is a long cycle count. Too many people look to verify the Christian Apocalypse story in other cultures events - time to stop it! Btw... Yes I am Native American.
I agree with you, no End will come as Catholic Church wants us to believe and be affraid of, time and space arent linear, and everything in Nature goes in circles. Now i have an image in my head that describes that perfectly:


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