The Idiot’s Guide to 2012

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25 Responses

  1. Lisa and Hayley says:

    If the world is supposedly ending on December 21, 2012, why would it matter to us what happens after that date?

  2. biswadeep says:

    There is no end after 2012 as believed by the Mayan calendar. If it really ends the symptoms would definitely seems to increase now and onwards. These ideas simply create sensation nothing else. After Dec 2012, we will see a new myth developed to make a sensation.

  3. Deb says:

    I feel that biswadeep is right and we will just see a new myth develop after this date has past or they will say that the date was incorrectly figured or something. Man seems to need myths and storytelling and there has been a great many of them throughout time. I guess we will find out soon enough.

  4. Bryan says:

    Everyday I look at the clock at exactly 9:11, no matter what. I have no clue why. My birthday is December 21st, 1991. And by everyday I mean everyday. It is just something to think about. Maybe this is just a cool coincidence.

  5. Tony says:

    That doesn’t line up with Bible Prophecy so I’ll have to stick with my bible.

  6. sam says:

    The Bible contradicts its self constantly. I am a christian, but I don’t agree with everything it says. I don’t think we are supposed to know when the world is going to end.

  7. lulu says:

    I think if the world is going to end then God has a new plan for the earth. He can step in from the blink of an eye. But for now its just a myth we’ll have to wait and see. But there were lots of other times when the world was supposed to end. But God will have a plan for you.

  8. mulvaney says:

    What the Mayans meant by the calendar, or even when the calendar was said to have begun, makes for good speculation. But we should not forget that the Mayans also practiced human sacrifice and apparently had various interpretations of calendar events themselves. Even if some believed that the world would end, as opposed to the calendar flipping into a new cycle, what makes their interpretation reliable?

    So what theory am I to believe? There does not seem much astronomical evidence for Planet X, which was first slated to destroy the world in 2003. Nostradamus stated that his prophecies were valid through 3797. Some astrologers refer to a galactic alignment that will not take place until the 23rd century. And others thought that the Second Coming of Christ would take place in 1989.

    I suppose that if planetary destruction or chaos come, there is little I can do about it. If Planet X (Nibiru) makes an appearance, I will look at it in the sky. And if a world leader wants me to put his mark on my forehead or hand, I intend to refuse. And if there is a new paradigm shift and sacred sites are revealed, then certainly I will be interested in what might be shown. But other than that, it leaves me trying to “walk right,” do justice, live in peace, respect the environment, and impart these values to my children. Perhaps on the morning of December 22, 2012, I will hike up to a nearby ridge and enjoy the view and take in the wonder around me. Or perhaps not.

  9. John Peter Stephen Zito, III says:

    1) The Bible has sold more books in the world than any other and has more translations in every language around the world. There are now CD’s, MP3’s and DVD’s of the BIBLE and you can also find many parts of the BIBLE converted to movies.

    2) If man tries to understand God’s Word without fighting about it comes wisdom and truth. God does not LIE that is what makes GOD…GOD. It is how man interprets GOD that causes problems.

    3) Seek God and you will find Peace.

    4) The Bible has no contradictions if you study it deep enough and research the various translations and go to the actual locations you will find truth and facts.

    5) As for the End of the World “GOD’s Son only knows” the time and hour and day. But before that happens we will see His rule for 1,000 years. That has not happened yet.

    6) Even if you did know the time and hour and day of the END…you wouldn’t be able to stop it anyway.

    7) Live each day as if it were your last and ENJOY LIFE TO THE FULLEST. Be like God’s “angels” **LOVE without regard to self interests**. Else you will end-up like the fallen angels…always in wanting and never satisfied and damned forever.


  10. Rex Steel says:

    Wow, you seem very certain of yourself, John Peter Stephen Zito, III.

    Point #1 is a fact, but doesn’t have anything to do with the Bible being accurate or “divinely” inspired. All kinds of fiction sell very well.

    Point #’s 2-7 are based on the Bible, which includes some history and much myth. That’s circular reference, not a statement of “truth.” Do you believe in Zeus, Thor, and Poseidon, too.

    The Bible just may be the greatest STORY ever told, with emphasis on STORY.

  11. Vikki says:

    Define the mayan calender?

  12. Curtis says:

    Like so much else regarding the peoples of the Americas, western commentators name things according to their own prejudices. The Mayan Calendar is far more than a way to keep track of what day it is, though it does that with an impressive degree of accuracy. The “calendar” is an integral part of a greater world view that sees the universe as a dynamic system based on intertwining cycles. The world is not scheduled to end on December 12, 2012 but several great cycles reset around that time marking a potential for tremendous changes. Of course there’s always the possibility that mankind will do something colossally stupid or continue accelerating our assault on the natural world and our own self destruction. The calendar, along with the Mayan creation myth (another misused word) saw the dramatic potential of this age and saw that it’s up to the human race to choose destruction or evolution.
    Check out my review of one of my favorite books on the subject > Maya Cosmogenesis 2012 by John Major Jenkins

  13. viicky says:

    Is there a disaster that will happen on December 12th 2012?

  14. vicky says:

    If there will be any disaster that is going to happen. Definitely there will be a precaution to escape. Can you tell me that by referring to your Mayan calender or Bible prophecy?

  15. Marie says:

    I think that the Mayans prediction is false.

  16. Mary says:

    Marie, do you mean the western’s interpretation of the the Mayan’s. I don’t think the Mayan’s have ever predicted that the world was ending. Just the calendar is ending, and a new calendar is beginning.

  17. Nakula says:

    Who are you to predict? Why you are giving tensions to the people?

  18. Diana C. says:

    To be honest it scares me thinking about the world ending in 2012. I want to know apart from the fact that the Mayan’s did not write the calendar past 2012, what other prophecies are there?

  19. vipin says:

    If it is true then after 21-12-2012 what is the next cycle? Why, is that not mentioned in the Mayan’s calender? From which date is the next cycle to start? Who is responsible for that? What is the main reason behind the end of the earth?

  20. Daryl says:

    If you want to believe a book like the bible about a virgin giving birth to some dude that can walk on water then perhaps you should ask the tooth fairy to come ride in on her unicorn and save you on the 21 December 2012. 

  21. Brenda G. says:

    Well in my opinion, we should all forget about this, because you know why, there are other things in the world like brownies and cake. So if it ends what ever, live your life. But I’m pretty sure it won’t end, and we are all going to wake up on December 22 of 2012 and be like wow I was an idiot okay.

  22. Friend of Brenda G. says:

    Cake and brownies that is why life is worth living, nicely done.

  23. Herb N. says:

    “Someone of note,” said a long time ago that we should live as though we were on our last day. I suspect that many want to know what the last day will be so as to live as they wish and clean their act up the day before there is no more days. If we are living as we think we should, why should it make any difference if the end comes? And by the way, If we really believe the end is upon us, it’s going to be interesting to see how many people just walk off from their homes, cars, bank accounts, etc. Hah, we’ll see no end of stuff for sale.

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