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How did the 2012 Mayan prophecy escape the watchful notice of the Christian church?

they pride themselves on supporting ‘prophecies’ about all manner of foolishness, how did this one escape them?

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Monday, February 28th, 2011 Mayan Calendar

5 Comments to How did the 2012 Mayan prophecy escape the watchful notice of the Christian church?

Grignard Reagent
February 28, 2011

Because (1) most Christians do not name a date and (2) the prophecy does not exist. The idea that something big is supposed to happen at the end of the 13th baktun was mostly dreamed up by a New Age woo woo called Jose Arguelles who has claimed to be an astrologer and a reincarnated Mayan. But not even he claimed it would be the end of the world. That was invented by confidence men and other lying scum eager to sell books and videos filled with fake history, fake science, superstition and lies. There is no difference between them and the leaders of young Earth creationism apart from the lies they tell.

The Truth Messenger
February 28, 2011

If 2012 was truly the end of the World, then it would prove our Bible to be false. There are many events that are prophesied to be unfolded before the end of the world that have not occurred yet and need a period of 7 years to unfold.

Fred Weasley
February 28, 2011

Nothing is going to happen in 2012.

Carter Boy
February 28, 2011

the only prophecies we care about are those in the Bible

February 28, 2011

Because it’s BS. For one, there is no prophecy, it’s simply the end of the 13th cycle and the beginning of the 14th. Also, scientists believe they got a wrong date on the Mayan calendar, offsetting the whole cycle by between 40 and 50 years, so "doomsyear" won’t come until about 2062 or so.

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