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Mayans Say "End Of The World" DOOMSDAY Myth Is NOT HAPPENING

Don't panic! Mayan timekeeper says world WON'T end in 2012... as it's only a calendar change
Many consider it a joke although others are scared we might never live to see next year thanks to the Mayan calendar's 'apocalyptic' prediction.
But Mayan expert Leonzo Barreno, of Saskatchewan, Canada, says the 'apocalypse' concept is a false interpretation of the Long Count calendar.
The University of Regina journalism professor said Mayan elders taught him that December 21 this year simply marks the start of a new calendar.
Prediction: Mayan expert Leonzo Barreno, of Saskatchewan, Canada, says the 'apocalypse' concept is a false interpretation of the Long Count calendar
Prediction: Mayan expert Leonzo Barreno, of Saskatchewan, Canada, says the 'apocalypse' concept is a false interpretation of the Long Count calendar
Mayan calendar: The University of Regina journalism professor said Mayan elders taught him December 21 this year simply marks the start of a new calendar
Mayan calendar: The University of Regina journalism professor said Mayan elders taught him December 21 this year simply marks the start of a new calendar
Mr Barreno, who immigrated to Canada from Guatemala 23 years ago, was trained by Mayan elders to read the calendars, reported CBC News.
'There are two sides to the story,' he told CBC. 'The one that we know is this apocalyptic meaning that has been given to the Long Count.
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'The other side of the story is the Mayan side, which you rarely see on media articles, because they never interview my own people.'
He said Mayan people are featured for just five seconds of the film 2012, starring John Cusack, which is loosely based on their 'predictions'.
Ancient: The Mayan Inscriptions' Palace in Chiapas, Mexico, is pictured. Many Mayans dismiss the apocalyptic predictions as largely a Western idea
Ancient: The Mayan Inscriptions' Palace in Chiapas, Mexico, is pictured. Many Mayans dismiss the apocalyptic predictions as largely a Western idea 'When I grew up during my training I never hear the word "end of the world" from the elders or spiritual leaders,' Mr Barreno added. The inscription describes the return of mysterious god Bolon Yokte at the end of a 13th period of 400 years, known as Baktuns, on the equivalent of December 21 2012. It is believed to refer to the end of a cycle of 5,125 years since the beginning of the Mayan Long Count calendar in 3113 B.C. The fragment was a prophecy of ruler Bahlam Ajaw, who wanted to plan the passage of the god. 'For them it's a joyous event, not an apocalyptic event. What is coming is the end of a calendar and the beginning of a new one. 'It's cyclical,' he told CBC. 'This has happened before. According to the elders it's the fifth time it's happened.' Inscriptions in Tortuguero, Mexico, refer to Bolon Yokte 'descending from the sky' in 2012 - a god associated with war and the underworld.
Last month German expert Sven Gronemeyer said it may be a misreading and added he also believes it is simply a calendar change. 2012 disaster civilization mankind warning history world mayan calender "21 december" earth global news money rich usd tourism doomsday government profit corporate cycle agenda change guatemala apocalypse "end times" elite illuminati "new world order" nwo shtf bugout earthquake planet aliens doom unseen forces 829speedy alex jones infowars gerald celente david icke

One theory suggests a galactic alignment which would create chaos on Earth because of the gravitational effect between the Sun and the Black hole called Sagittarius A, which is located at the center of our galaxy.

Another theory involves a 'polar shift', which means a reversal of the north and south magnetic poles. Scientists believe that the Earth is overdue for a geomagnetic reversal. However this can take up to 5,000 years to complete and does not start on any particular date.
Just a new beginning
NASA scientists have been thoroughly studying and analyzing the possibility of the Earth ending in 2012, but concludes that 21st December 2012 it will be nothing more than a normal December solstice.

There is simply no scientific evidence to support any claims of an apocalypse on Earth in December 2012. 829speedy



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