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Truth about the Mayans and their 2012 prophecy?

I read this about the Mayans:

"The Mayans believed that in the year AD 1999, mankind would have 13 years to recognize our own patterns of self destruction. Then, starting December 21, 2012, our entire lives would be tested and only those most in touch with their spiritual sides would survive. They claim a natural or man-made disaster will occur (although no-one can agree on the exact nature of the event) tearing apart the civilized world and taking us back to hunter-gatherer days."

However I don’t know what to believe, I’ve read so many things. Is there a good book that I can read on the subject that is objective and has evidence?


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Tuesday, May 31st, 2011 Prepper Survival

3 Comments to Truth about the Mayans and their 2012 prophecy?

May 31, 2011

The truth is that most of what you have heard and read are just urban myths. The truth is the Mayans didn’t make any prophecies about the future, and even if they had, why would it be believable?
The only thing that happens is their calendar runs out of days, exactly that same as when the calendar on your refridgerator reaches Dec. 31st every year. The fact that there are no more days on the calendar is not a prophecy that the world is going to end, it just means you need to go out and buy a new one that starts again on Jan 1st.
This particular statement your making is easy to recognize as a hoax. The Mayans were hunters/gatherers so it would make no sense for them to make a prophecy that we would be reduced back to hunters/gatherers. Thats like me making a prophecy that in 100 years there would be a devastating tragedy and we would be reduced to using wireless internet, cellphones, movies on blu-ray and gas driven automobiles.

May 31, 2011

I’ll answer your question with a question…Weren’t we all supposed to die at Y2K? Yeah…think about that…hmm…yes indeed…ah ha…And wasn’t there something about 2006? I’m not sure but I think there was. lol

May 31, 2011

Huh, that’s something I hadn’t read about. Interesting. I don’t know of any good reads, seems you’ve gotten further than I have, but I’m sure you can find good books via internet.

I personally don’t believe. They were star gazers (astronomers), and I see how far that got them. I’ve been through a few "end of the world" incidences already. To me, it seems that someone stumbles onto something historic and they go into think tanks, coming up with how this could signify the end. Just like Nostradamus, I think they try to fit various things into his predictions to make it more modernized, therefore, causing a stir. I remember a few years ago, although I can’t remember the source, but it was recommended that you stock up on dry goods and bottled water to last a long time, for there will be scavenging from those not prepared and such. Another time, it was about building underground shelters. But, what do I know? I’m just not getting excited about it.

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