I must admit it is fun to joke around about the world ending on 12/21/12 and knowing that it’s just a hoax, but reading a lot of post it appears
that people are naive enough to actually believe this hoax, and are too lazy to look at where it originated or who is saying it.
Someone made a post the other day and they believe the that 12/21/12 end of the world prediction are correct, simply because Fox News was debunking
this hoax and the poster choose to believe the opposite of what they hear on MSM. Yes, MSM does lie, but that’s just plain ignorant to get you
facts based on the opposite of what MSM says.
Internet is full of information, a lot of it is correct, but then there is a lot of information that is inaccurate or just plain false. Information
on the internet can spread like wildfire, depending on how intriguing, interesting, frightening and how many people it will affect will determine how
fast and how far it will spread. Information spreads whether it’s true or not, just because more people heard it, doesn’t make it anymore true.
Some of you might have heard of the “Tulip Mania” in the 1600s. For those of you that didn’t, well people started to believe that tulips are so
valuable that the price of one tulip went up to 10 times the annual income of a skilled craftsman. People invested their life’s savings and I’m
sure many of you can conclude what eventually happened to the price of tulips. Sounds ridiculous now, but not back then.
Here is where some of this 2012 crap originated
In 1995 this woman Nancy Lieder founder of ZetaTalk claimed to be able to communicate with ET through an implant in her brain and they told her that
an object (nibiru) would sweep our solar system and there will be a pole shift in May 2003 which will destroy humanity. Some of you might notice that
this didn’t occur, we’re still here, so then the prediction was moved up to 12/21/12 to coincide with the end of the Mayan Calendar to make it
The idea was first put forward in 1995 by Nancy Lieder, founder of the website ZetaTalk. Lieder describes herself as a contactee
with the ability to receive messages from extra-terrestrials from the Zeta Reticuli star system through an implant in her brain. She states that she
was chosen to warn mankind that the object would sweep through the inner Solar System in May 2003 (though that date was later abandoned) causing Earth
to undergo a pole shift that would destroy most of humanity. The prediction has subsequently spread beyond Lieder's website and has been embraced by
numerous Internet doomsday groups, most of which link the event to the 2012 phenomenon.
Another guy who changed his end of the world prediction date to fit the Mayan calendar
He believed that the events of any given time are recursively related to the events of other times, and chose the atomic bombing of Hiroshima
as the basis for calculating his end date of 16 November 2012. When he later discovered that the end of the 13th baktun in the Maya Calendar had been
correlated by Western Maya scholars with December 21, not far from his own hypothesized end date, he decided that the Maya were more likely to be
right on this subject and he adopted their end date.
BTW, Mayans aren’t claiming that the end of the world is coming, only the end of their calendar is coming and a new one will be replacing the old
For those that are saying the elites or TPTB know of something that is going to occur on 12/21/12 and are hiding it from the public, well this can be
easily proven. If the world was ending in less than 30 days do you think the elites would be busy investing their money right before the world ends
and money becomes worthless. No, they would be cashing in, buying supplies, bunkers and whatever else is needed and the stock market would be
crashing and not making record highs.
Here you go, picture is worth a thousand words, just follow the money and you will see what everyone is thinking. When the stock market starts
crashing and the volume starts dropping, then there might be a reason for panic, but none of the is happening at the present moment.
Anyway, if you’re going to believe something, at least consider the source where it came from....but there will always be gullible people who will
believe ridiculous claims and spread them as fact.