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Originally posted by superman2012
YAY!! Doom on!! I love it. If/when Sunday doesn't happen, what will be the next date associated with the Mayans?
Therefore the Mayan calendar's cycle, which some argue marks the end of days, might correspond to Sunday instead of the widely-rumored Friday, Carmen Rojas, an archaeologist with Mexico’s National Institute of Anthropology and History has revealed to the Los Angeles Times.
What say you?
Harold certainly did extend his deadline. He had it for May 22 2011 then changed it to be Oct 22, 2011. He was wrong both times LOL.
Originally posted by Phage
@OP: Go Home! Now!
Originally posted by TheCanuckian
reply to post by superman2012
How can one interpret the calendar this way when the professionals on Mayan Culture are saying this is all made up hollywood stories?
This researcher your quoting is a fraud, plain and simple and is more then happy to get a payout to keep the lies going.
Besides, saying "it may have" is not nearly proof enough to begin a threat. It's all a bunch of garbage.
I know this will continue with the next doomsday date people are easily swayed into, many are seeking the end of the world and they just love this kind of thing. So they keep perpetrating the lies.
These people don't deny ignorance they spread it.edit on 22-12-2012 by TheCanuckian because: (no reason given)