The Doomsayers Graphic

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posted on Dec, 20 2012 @ 04:53 PM
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Here you have a nice graphic about death related to End of the World prophecies. Is from en.rian.ru...



Such hypes have left already in the past countless deaths by suicide.
In a karmic view the Doomsayer wish the end of the world to come
but you only get your personal world messed up by such wishes.

I hope not to much people will kill themselves tomorrow for nothing and nothing again.




posted on Dec, 20 2012 @ 05:10 PM
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This wasn't tied to a specific date of doom although in their minds, doomsday had sure come. I just wanted to add the Jonestown Massacre. It doesn't seem right without it for examples of deadly outcomes to very extremist views and nuttiness.

918 people died in that event. 909 in the Jonestown compound itself with 907 of those being from self ingested Cyanide poisoning. Kool-Aid, as it happened. Another group had been killed at the Airstrip nearby before the mass suicide. Among those lost at the Airstrip were Congressman Leo Ryan (California), cameraman Bob Brown, photographer Greg Robinson, NBC reporter Don Harris and Temple defector Patricia Parks.

Here is my sincere hope that there isn't another 3 digit number and brief description of tragic ends to memorialize tomorrow. I hope everyone who is here tonight, around the world, is here Saturday to chuckle about what was feared and wonder about what might have been...if something had happened.



posted on Dec, 20 2012 @ 05:10 PM
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And while I posted this this crazy dudes are preparing to take their lives.

This is from:

www.livescience.com...


However, there were no doomsday prophecies associated with this day. Only two carvings have been found that refer to the date; one brags that an ancient Maya king will still be praised that far into the future, while another refers to the return of a god associated with calendar changes. [End of the World? Top 10 Doomsday Fears]

Nevertheless, modern-day cultures have brought their own myths to bear on the Mayan calendar, leading to serious doomsday fears. NASA is receiving 200 to 300 calls and emails a day asking about the end of the world, a spokesman told the Los Angeles Times. The agency maintains a website debunking doomsday myths and is so confident that nothing will happen on Dec. 21 that it's already released a press release about the world not ending dated Dec. 22.

In Michigan, two counties have cancelled classes Thursday and Friday, citing both fears about school violence after the elementary school shooting in Connecticut last week and rumors about the end of the world causing distraction, according to CBS Detroit.

Finally, in China, splinter religious groups are warning of the apocalypse, earning government crackdowns in the country, which heavily controls religious freedom. In the northwestern province of Qinghai, the government has arrested more than 400 members of a group called the Church of the Almighty God, confiscating computers, banners, books, cellphones and other items, The Guardian reported.

Also in China, a farmer reportedly went into debt building several doomsday escape pods, steel-and-fiberglass structures meant to withstand an apocalypse. As of earlier this month, none of the $48,000 pods had sold.

Plenty of people scoff at Mayan apocalypse rumors, of course, but there is evidence that humanity is simply a superstitious bunch. The New York Post reports that Times Square celebration organizers are warding off the bad luck of a giant, lit-up "13" as part of the 2013 display by adding 13 "lucky charms," such as a four-leaf clover to the number.

"Some people get nervous about the number 13," Tim Tompkins, president of the Times Square Alliance, told the paper.



posted on Dec, 20 2012 @ 05:16 PM
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Yes lets hope that cooler heads prevail tomorrow. There are a lot of suicide going on about anything.
Sadly about this Mayan hype when its over you will find the corpses.
People that are ashamed maybe that nothing did happen at all.



posted on Dec, 20 2012 @ 05:41 PM
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Someone else mentioned that earlier this week too..and it's had me thinking. That's a bad place to go on this topic because it's all bad outcomes for the nuttiness. You saw Armageddon, didn't you? If so, think back to the Geologist/Nerdy one. You know, the one that tries to kill everyone on the asteroid with a mini-gun tool.

In that movie, believing the end of the world was his future whether things worked out for everyone else or not...He gleefully took out a $100,000 mafia loan to party on before taking off. That made returning, as a comic side note in the movie, awkward ...at best.

Now in that movie it was a funny plot sideline. Of those who truly have believed this date to the point of building things and buying large amounts of equipment and weapons with it in mind? How many ..thinking that far...did other things that seem like 'What the hell!?' if it's all over anyway, but leave them facing a real doom come Saturday? Much to consider and perhaps see play out here, huh?



posted on Dec, 21 2012 @ 03:45 AM
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What's is to worry is that a lot of people will lose their faces by having told by years that the end is near. They will face the real inner doom and a lot of them will take their lives.

Interesting the side plot you mention on that movie.





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