Hah, Apocalypse Delayed next five years?

The end of the ceremony the Mayan calendar cycle

WASHINGTON - The most anticipated, December 21, 2012, said to be the end of the world is also linked with the end of the Mayan calendar cycle passed with no evidence of "destruction" of any kind on that date. Now, rumor has pushed back the "delay" apocalyptic event, which calls the end will occur in 2017.

Reported Emirates247, Monday (24/12/2012), December 21, 2012 passed without a hitch. Rumors say the "rescheduling" who call December 24, 2012 as the destruction of the world event. Was nevertheless showed clear signs of the disaster, the believer has a new prediction set date apocalyptic moment in the January 1, 2017.

Website Emirates247 reports, these people were never tired to make predictions fraud. Moreover, the source also said that they want the whole world community believe this shit.

In fact, the U.S. space agency NASA has cleared the 11 myths about the apocalypse. They also say that the Earth will be fine, just not for a few years, but billions of years into the future.

Some time ago, archaeologists Carmen Rojas of the National Institute of Anthropology and History Mexico reveal that the apocalypse "rescheduled" today (12/24/2012). However, that date has passed and the person who calls them turn Sword of God, claiming the apocalypse postponed until January 1, 2017.

Rojas explains the theory related to differences the two days of the Mayan calendar, which is not in accordance with the Gregorian calendar or a modern Western calendar. While Sword of God reveal a new date without any explanation.

Claims not just stop there, Emirates247 website also wrote that there are rumors that 2023 is the year of the end of the world. Any issue that calls the prediction the world would end on a certain date, it would be the same as ever, which only contains falsehoods and lies.


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