On two hands and one foot, I can count the number of days that we have remaining on Earth because on Dec. 21, 2012, the world comes to an end.
I know what you’re all thinking, that this is just another Y2K or 06/6/06 rumor started by bloggers and mad scientists who enjoy provoking fear in a seemingly gullible society, but this time it’s the truth.
What makes me so sure it’s the truth this time? Nine words: Mayans are the most accurate of all Indian tribes. We’re not talking about the Aztecs. We’re not talking about the Incas. We’re talking about the prophetic Mayans.
It’s clear that if the Mayans can predict solar eclipses and moon cycles in the days when observations were made with the naked eye, then their stone-carved calendar should reign supreme over NASA’s $1 billion telescopic surveillance.
Seriously, though, why would society believe a government agency that annually receives just $19 billion and has only put 12 men on the moon over the 4,000-year old Mayan civilization that used chocolate as currency? All NASA has is factual scientific evidence.
Even the extremely well-informed, Mayan history genius Lil Wayne believes that the Mayan calendar is correct. He stated in an interview with Blender magazine, “The world is about to end in 2012… ’cause the Mayans made calendars, and they stop at 2012. I got encyclopedias on the bus. The world is about to end as we know it. You can see it already.”
Like Lil Wayne, beloved and revered actor Mel Gibson is also a believer.
“I just wanna draw the parallels,” Gibson said. “I don’t wanna be a doomsayer, but the Mayan calendar ends in 2012. So have fun, boys and girls!”
And if that isn’t enough to convince you, all you need to do is look at the hundreds of documentaries, YouTube videos and a $200 million Hollywood film proving that the Mayan prophecy is real. If Hollywood movies have taught me anything it’s obviously that if they are going to spend money producing a movie based on an apocalyptic theory, then it is 100 percent factual.
If people start renouncing the accuracy of movies like 2012, next thing you know these same naysayers are going to be declaring that “The Walking Dead” is false too.
It’s clear that the Mayans ended their calendars in December 2012 to mark the end of the world, and it has become even clearer that the government is attempting to hide this reality from us. Why else would our own calendars end in December 2012 too? Coincidence? I think not.
I would completely disregard the fact that renowned Mayan researchers have abjured the origin of the end of the world being Mayan because, after all, what do they really know about Mayan history? It’s not like these “researchers” have spent their entire adult lives studying an ancient civilization’s history.
It’s clear from all of this factual evidence that there is a real possibility that in 14 days the world’s poles will be flipped, some Planet X will crash into Earth, a rogue star will incinerate the planet or aliens from some unknown place will finally invade.
All I’m saying is that if Twinkies can end, so can the world.