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Dec. 21, 2012: The End of the World?

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Dec. 21, 2012: The End of the World?
The world probably will not end Friday, but that’s not stopping some people from preparing — or partying.

The Mayan calendar turns over Dec. 21, which also happens to be the first day of winter. Some people believe this will be the start of the end of the world. The date even has its own website and one NASA scientist told CurrentTV there may be 25 million people in the United States who believe the end of the world will happen.

In response, several DC bars are hosting “End of the World” parties with drink specials. Other people have been taking longer-term, more serious steps to prepare — like getting an Atlas Survival Shelter, an underground, insulated and furnished survival pod made of corrugated steel pipe.

‘Nothing About End of Days’

“The Maya never forecast the end of the world,” according to Longwood University professor Walter Witschey, who teaches anthropology and science. “It appears they were saying a very important king, who was living when the inscription was written, was so important that he would still be worshiped in

"That’s like saying 1,000 years from now, George Washington will still be so important that we’ll celebrate him in the year 3,000. They said nothing about end of days, nothing about 13 being the final cycle, nothing about apocalypse, nothing about astrological predictions of any sort.”

NASA agrees there is nothing to fear in 2012: “The world will not end in 2012. Our planet has been getting along just fine for more than 4 billion years, and credible scientists worldwide know of no threat associated with 2012.”

Further, NASA officials say there is no expected mass blackout just before Christmas, there are no wayward planets on a collision course with Earth and there are no unusual planetary alignments coming.

“The date was just a marking place in their cycle,” Witschey said. “On this date, the Long Count will roll over from cycle 12 to cycle 13, like our calendar rolling over from 1999 to 2000.”

How to Prepare (Just In Case…)

Despite the unlikelihood that the apocalypse will occur this month, some people may be interested in reviewing their emergency plans.

Much more information about emergency preparedness is available atwww.vaemergency.gov/ReadyVirginia and at the Alexandria Office of Emergency Management.

As for Witschey: “On Dec. 22, I expect to get up in the morning, and I’ll probably take note of the fact the Maya Long Count now reads and I’ll go on about my business.”

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Re: Dec. 21, 2012: The End of the World?
As a prophecy researcher and author, my recent focus has been Bible prophecy. Many astronomical references describe the skies of 2019. But before emphasizing Bible evidence, I'll describe a few other sources.

Everyone has heard the Mayan calendar's Long Count ends on 12/21/2012. What most people don't know is that the Mayan description of the sky at the beginning of the next world does not match the positions of the planets in 2012. What is shown in a Mayan drawing on page 72 of the Dresden Codex of the Popul Vuh does match late December 2019. The Maya also have a central mythology in which the Hero Twins fight the Lords of the Underworld before resurrecting their father, the winter solstice sun, One Hunapu. The Hero Twins' birth is described in an astronomical sense through the two bright planets, Venus and Jupiter, in an alignment which takes place in the right spot in November 2019. They must be born before they can complete their mission. Not possible for 2012.

Egypt's Great Pyramid incorporates measurements of the Earth and is thought by almost all experts to represent the northern hemisphere of the Earth. It is also (by some people) believed to encode a prophetic timeline in its dimensions, in inches (which are actually an ancient unit of measurement; read John Michell.) The pyramid is incomplete without the top where the all-seeing eye would be, but if that were in place it would be roughly 5780 inches high, perhaps representing completion (of the world) at that height. December 2019, when converted to the Hebrew calendar, will be the year 5780.

Far more convincing, the world can not end in 2012 according to Bible prophecy because the events of the seven year tribulation have not yet occurred. The Bible has many astronomical references. As the night sky is like a giant clock, describing a future night sky allows us to calculate the time/date when such arrangements will exist in the sky. With the sun as the groom, the earth as the bride, and other heavenly bodies representing the best man, the father, etc. - an ancient Jewish wedding ceremony is played out in the sky in great detail - starting December 21, 2019.
Many, many references indicate Christ comes back for His bride in 2019. That would mean any preceding seven year tribulation should start seven years earlier, and it may not be a coincidence that the Mayan end date is EXACTLY seven years earlier. Watch the Middle East. 12/21/2012 may also be the best day for a false flag event, when many people won't even be inclined to question bad events or look for "who did it."

I know most Christians immediately think of Matthew 24:36 warning us that we cannot know the hour or the day ahead of time. But there was a slight (but crucial) mistranslation of the original Greek word "oiden." It is a past tense verb, it means "has known" not "knows," as we see it in our Bibles. This merely means no one knew the time of the end then, in 33 AD. In saying that only the Father knows the time of Jesus' future wedding, He was also referring to the tradition that in any ancient Jewish wedding, the father alone decides when the son has satisfactorily completed the new addition to the father's house where the son will bring his bride to live as his wife. The groom cannot say when the wedding will be until the father informs him things are ready.

I have much more detail in my new book, End Times and 2019.

If interested in learning more or reading the beginning of the book please check

[link to endtimesand2019.webs.com]

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