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Desc:It's 12-21-2012 week here at PoeTV! Literally!
Category:Religious, Educational
Tags:Nostradamus, alchemy, Mayan prophecy, 12-21-2012, galactic alignment thing
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EvilHomer - 2012-12-15
I'm not worried. The NWO has too much invested in their global socialist dystopia to let a little cosmic apocalypse derail society. Reptilian ambition trumps a French defeatist whiner and his sky-god worshipping Injun' pals any day.

But just in case something DOES go down, and society reverts to roving packs of half-mutant Randian cannibals, I just want to say it's been fun, guys. If you're ever in the Northeastern Death Zone, feel free to stop by my bunker; we can reminisce about all the fun times we had laughing at furries and unleashing nanosnakes on Subject 10641. Just make sure to plump up first, and bring your own basting sauce.
Old_Zircon - 2012-12-15
I suspect there are a lot more New Englanders on this site than I realize.

EvilHomer - 2012-12-16
There are tons of us.

At least until next week.

SolRo - 2012-12-15
FYI, mayans never claimed that is the end of the world, their cyclical calandar just happens to roll around on that date.
EvilHomer - 2012-12-15
But did they design their banking and emergency systems software to account for the roll around?!

BHWW - 2012-12-15
I believe the Mayans may have abandoned said calander after some centuries anyway and used another. Anyways, it's like saying the end of the calendar on Dec. 31 is an end-of-the-world/spiritual realignment/awakening of the human metaultrasupraconciousness/etc. prophecy.

StanleyPain - 2012-12-16
I posted about this a long time ago but, in summary, the source of the belief that December 2012 will the end of the world is largely a misinterpretation of elements of the Popoh Vuh which contains myths about how previous versions of the world were purposefully ended by the gods after certain time cycles had completed. The Popol Vuh states we are in the 4th age and, with some math and an understanding of the Mayan long count calendar, people figured out that Dec. 2012 would be the end of roughly the same amount of time that the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd ages of man were allowed to last. The Mayans never said the 4th age would end in 2012 or that it would even end at all. Some archaeologists suggest they intended to imply that 2012 was the end of a mythological cycle, but there's no hard evidence for it and it is much debated. That's pretty much it. The 2012 apocalypse bullshit mainly has its origins in "earth mystery/new age" circles and sort of took off from there.

StanleyPain - 2012-12-16
Oh, it's also worth mentioning that, if indeed the Mayans thought that the world would end in 2012, they probably wouldn't have bothered making long count calculations that went past that. Many Mayan glyphs depict the commemoration of important events as happening thousands of years into the future, well beyond 2012.

cognitivedissonance - 2012-12-16
If only Time/Life had invested more time in their Ancient Mysteries series, we'd be able to read more about it.

il fiore bel - 2012-12-15
I think I already watched this (or some History channel version of it) a couple years back, but five stars for submitter's/voters' timing.

But no. Nothing is going to happen. Except maybe a couple of nuts will go nuts and then feel really dumb Saturday morning.
BillLumbergh - 2012-12-15
"Why is he the only one we're talking about in four and a half centuries? There is only one reason. Because, every so often, comes a bright light of clear data that could only have happened from somebody who saw it before it happened."

--Guy who doesn't know what he's saying
Binro the Heretic - 2012-12-15
"Well, you see, we just weren't getting a lot of ratings with all these shows about historical events of true significance. As you know, advertisers will give us more money to put their commercials in shows with higher ratings."

"So to get more money, we rolled out a bunch of these shitty shows about the end of the world, demonic possession and secret conspiracies that, purely by coincidence, happened to get people interested in shitty movies about the end of the world, demonic possession and secret conspiracies."

"And these things are wicked cheap to produce. I mean, we don't have to pay these 'experts' a lot to talk about this shit. Hell, most of them are so eager to spout off, they'll do it for bus fare and a hot meal."
Caminante Nocturno - 2012-12-15
Bus fare and a hot meal?! Maybe that's what A&E can afford to pay its experts!

Riskbreaker - 2012-12-15
It begins, the biggest wave of crazy videos we will see on youtube. Let them roll.
Blue - 2012-12-15
I thought the limit of free speech was shouting fire in a crowded theater.

Doesn't this count as making up a fake emergency and triggering a panic that will almost certainly kill people?
Old_Zircon - 2012-12-15
The limit of free speech is ad revenue.

MacGyver Style Bomb - 2012-12-15
Grand unified theory of bullshit.
Caminante Nocturno - 2012-12-15
Look at all of the problems we have. That's never happened before. Clearly we are doomed.
cognitivedissonance - 2012-12-16
I can tell you, I'm apocolypse'd out.
TeenerTot - 2012-12-17
My dad's Elks club is having an end of the world party. The flyer ends with something like "Bring food to share. There won't be leftovers."

So what will the NEXT crazy apocalyptic thing be?
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