Recently I’ve been seeing more and more forums talking about how wrong the date for the Mayan apocalypse is (December 21st, 2012) and revealing the actual date, which according to them is December the 24th, 2011. At first I thought they were just forum ramblings but then I saw this clip taken from the show “In Search of…”, narrated by
Spock Leonard Nimoy, circa 1978. And I know. I know the saying: “don’t believe everything you see on TV” but there are things that this kind of TV shows gotta get right if they want to keep their credibility, things like facts such as dates, names and places. So I decided to look more into it and guess what! Michael D. Coe, the guy who decoded the Mayan Calendar originally set the date for December the 24th, 2011!! And nobody else is talking about it!!!!! Only small Blogs! No mainstream news web sites, no mainstream media!! Could the elite be covering this up by giving us the wrong date and not talking about the actual date which in reality is December the 24th, 2011?
hit the break to learn more about the upcoming Mayan apocalypse and ruin your Christmas!
Go to any bookstore and you will find at least a half dozen books on 2012, specifically Dec. 21, 2012, with premises ranging from global disaster to the ushering in of a new age of peace. The date is when many believe the Mayan calendar ends after a “long count” of 5,126 years. It is also when the solar system is aligned with our galactic center for the first time in nearly 26,000 years, the time it takes for the Milky Way to precess about the galactic center. However another, much closer, date has been put forward. Rod Serling (Twilight Zone), in a 1975 TV program, “The Outer Space Connection,” said the date is actually Dec. 24, 2011, as does Leonard Nimoy (Mr. Spock) in a 1978 documentary, “In Search of Mayan Mysteries.” This date comes from a different interpretation of the Mayan calendar. We’ll know soon if the latter date is right but have to be patient for a year for the other.
Visit bangordailynews.com to read the entire article (includes a bunch of astrological dates)
The end of Mayan ‘long count’ calendar closer than expected?
And here is the aforementioned clip:
The end of the Mayan calendar is not December 21 st 2012. It is actually December 24 th 2011, based on this credible information obtained prior to 1973. It is amazing how we have known this information for so long and no one has said anything until the last few years. Uxmal is the location, pronounced Ushmal, located in the Yucatan of Mexico about 200 miles from Cancun. The Maya may have been transported from Earth, only to return to seek the fate of the colony left on earth, after the mass devistation of a world earthquake.
Video and description courtersy of YouTube user dejayryan
So why no one is talking about this? Maybe “they” want us to be unprepared, expecting the apocalypse for 2012, when in reality the shit is going to hit the fan way sooner! Maybe this is part of NWO’s depopulation plan!!!
In the end (no pun intended) it’s really up to you whether you believe the world will end on December the 24th or not. I’d say, prepare but don’t panic. ‘Cause, you know, if nothing happens you’ll feel like a real idiot the morning of the 25th.
This by the way, wasn’t the only end-of-the-world-prediction this year, Harold Camping made an attempt at predicting the end of the world earlier this year and we are still here. So, will this one be right? I guess we’ll know soon enough. Or perhaps too late.
If you need me, I’ll be partying like the world is going to end in a week.
Special thanks to the Above Top Secret forums, which is where I found part of this info.
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