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reply to post by tremex
And so the Mayan priests cast a spell on that day. What spell? No one really knows - there is nothing much left from the whole pictogram. That's is of course a problem, because, according to the Mayan belief, if the stone a spell is carved into is broken, the spell is broken as well. It appears from what is left that the spell involves a fate of leaders, like presidents, because one fragment of the pictogram shows a king.
Originally posted by cartesia
Originally posted by slapjacks
reply to post by jhn7537
correct. they also didnt take leap year into consideration which julias caeser created in 45 bc.
the leap year is absolutely irrelevant to the mayan calendar.
Originally posted by jhn7537
reply to post by tremex
Maybe the prophecy had it wrong and it was the death of a former President.... HW Bush is in bad ICU right now...
Originally posted by FinalCountdown
I'm filing a class action suite against certain networks and websites that overplayed (in my lawyer's opinion) 2012, end of the world shows.
I'm suing for loss of time over the past 3.5 years due to obsessive internet posting and blogging, carried out to "therapeutically" deal with 2012, end of the works stress.
We expect to settle with $1,500,000.00. Which is what I could have created had I been mentally free to proceed without the stress of world destruction looming in the distance.
If you know of anyone that lost time and money due to obsessing with the end of the world, we are looking to add plaintiffs to this case. The bigger the collective dollar amount the harder we hit them.
Originally posted by ObservingYou
I read something like this before...
I still maintain that the PTB put so much hype on Dec 21st to deflate and distract us, we should be taking action NOW!
Originally posted by sconner755
Well if they couldn't predict their own demise what makes anybody think they could predict ours?
Originally posted by resoe26
"There have been about 514 Leap Years since Caesar created it in 45BC. Without the extra day every 4 years, today would be July 28, 2013.
Also, the Mayan calendar did not account for leap year…. so technically the world should have ended 7 months ago."
he will be displayed in the great impersonation