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If the world didn't end in 2012, will there be 'burn a Mayan calender day'?

Sunday, July 31st, 2011 Prepper Survival

15 Comments to If the world didn't end in 2012, will there be 'burn a Mayan calender day'?

July 31, 2011

Considering they’re made out of stone. It’d be pretty difficult.

Great Gazoo
July 31, 2011

Well….it’s written on stones. I don’t think that will work.

Mustache Pete
July 31, 2011

no. there are no mayans left to want to piss off.

July 31, 2011

Mayan calader was carved in stone, so that will take a WHILE!

A Thinking Atheist
July 31, 2011

No, just like if jesus doesnt show up on the hundreds of days that christians have predicted he will return then there will be no burn the bible day.

July 31, 2011

It will have to be "smash the Mayan calendar day"

Old Timer Too
July 31, 2011

Even if they were made of paper… well, all the predictions are, anyway, even if those predictions are bogus. Do we burn our western calendars on January 1 each year?


Oh, come to think of it, I do toss it out in the trash or in the recycle bin. If I had a fireplace, I might just burn it this year (LOL).

Neat question.

July 31, 2011

WHO would do the burning, no one hear

July 31, 2011

you mean when the world doesnt end in 2012

Colorful Daisy.=)
July 31, 2011

i think so i will be like "oh yea scientist/movie directors you were wrong like ALWAYS believing in a calender!"
till they ruin the fun by saying "maybe not today but 2020 it will end"
we might have a ‘burn any scientist that believe the world will end day’

Mike Ladao
July 31, 2011

YES, According to the Bible no man can predict the end of he world not even the Mayans no one can even predict what will happen to the world in the next two hours or what will happen tomorrow how much more on the year 2012?

July 31, 2011

Can anybody name ONE scientist with any reputation at all who has said ‘The Mayans are right’?

July 31, 2011

YOU CANT DO THAT. Its an "act of war". The Mayans wont like it. They might crash a "Feathered Serpent" into one of our buildings.

Their calendar has been quoted "out of context".

Sound familiar? Sound silly now?

July 31, 2011

Probably, because you know American’s….

July 31, 2011

Do not blame the Mayans.

One of several Mayan calendars is the Long Count calendar, which is reset to day 0 every 1,872,000 days or 7057.5 years. The next reset date, by some calculations, is December 21, 2012. This is not a prediction of the end of the world. Here is what a Mayan elder says on the subject:

These predictions are scare tactics, conspiracy theories, and chances to make money from books and movies.

Ever since the Y2K and 6/6/6 (June 6, 2006) End of the World scenarios did not pan out, the scare mongers, conspiracy theorists, book sellers, and television executives have been touting the 2012 End of the World scenario. When 2012 does not happen either, I am sure they will think of something else.

Here is also what NASA thinks about the 2012 End of the World scenario:

If you want a bit more information on the 2012 hoax, try:

"But of that day or hour, no one knows, neither the angels in heaven, nor the Son, but only the Father. Be watchful! Be alert! You do not know when the time will come." (Mark 13:32-33)

Jesus told us in no uncertain terms that we were not to know when the end of the world would come but that we were always to be ready.

The early Christian Church thought that Jesus was going to return at any moment. Only after a couple of centuries did the Church realize that it may be 2,000 or 4,000 or 8,000 years before Jesus returns.

The Catholic Church wisely follows Jesus’ advice and teaches that each of us should live as if we will meet our maker in the next ten minutes and that we need to work to make the world a better place for our 100 X great-grandchildren.

Do not worry about the end of the world. Trust God to make sure everything happens to plan. Just be ready to meet God at any time.

For more information, about what Catholics believe about the end of the world, see:

With love in Christ.

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