So, If You’re Convinced The Mayan Apocalypse Is About To Happen, Can You Send Me All Your Cash?


I’m just saying, paypal at Johnhawkins -at- rightwingnews.com. It’s not like: you’re going to be using it anyway, right?

Ahead of December 21, which marks the conclusion of the 5,125-year “Long Count” Mayan calendar, panic buying of candles and essentials has been reported in China and Russia, along with an explosion in sales of survival shelters in America. In France believers were preparing to converge on a mountain where they believe aliens will rescue them.

The precise manner of Armageddon remains vague, ranging from a catastrophic celestial collision between Earth and the mythical planet Nibiru, also known as Planet X, a disastrous crash with a comet, or the annihilation of civilisation by a giant solar storm.

…Conspiracy theorists contend that the space agency is involved in an elaborate cover up to prevent panic.

But David Morrison, an astronomer at Nasa, said: “At least once a week I get a message from a young person, as young as 11, who says they are ill and/or contemplating suicide because of the coming doomsday. I think it’s evil for people to propagate rumours on the internet to frighten children.”

Here’s an alternate explanation of how a primitive society like the Mayans might have come up with a calendar that stopped in 2012 WITHOUT believing the world is going to end.

What makes more sense? That or the idea that a bunch of savages without indoor plumbing actually had a bead on when the world is going to end?

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