People Freak Out and Buy Noah’s Ark Survival Pods … But the Mayans Say 2012 Isn’t the End of the World

Hear the Mayan Prophecy for Yourself

The Mayan 2012 end of the world “prophecy” is scaring the pants off numerous children and suicidal teeangers. 1-in-10 people believe that the Mayans have prophesied the end of the world (and see this). A Google search for “Maya 2012″ currently brings up 700 million hits, almost as popular as the world’s most popular searches.

In China, some people are buying Noah’s Ark type survival pods to weather the 2012 “apocalypse”:

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The spherical pod, named "Noah's Ark", designed by Chinese inventor Liu Qiyuan.

The spherical pod, named "Noah's Ark", designed by Chinese inventor Liu Qiyuan.

We’ve extensively documented that the Mayans never said the world will end in 2012.

For a few days only, you can watch online – for free – the brand new video “Shift of the Ages”, in which the head Mayan elder directly explains the Mayan prophecy.

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  • Jonny
  • jo6pac

    How sad that people are this stupid.
    Please remove jonny it’s just an ad

  • amerikagulag

    Indeed, the world isn’t ending any more than the clock is stopping at midnight. Silly Dupes. How dare we presume to know what the Maya were indicating. They were documenting planetary alignments when most of Europe was still worshiping trees.

 

 

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