Showing posts from December 13, 2012

ScienceCasts: Why the World Didn't End Yesterday

Are they being a bit premature? Nasa releases Mayan apocalypse video 10 days early

Nasa appears so confident about their prediction that he world will not come to an end that they have released the video early-

Now, I Personally Feel We Still Have Some Time Left, But, The Prophecies Of Destruction Are Just Around The Corner, Just After The Opening Of The 7th Seal- (Rev:9) & (Doctrine And Covenants 77:13).

2012 - is Not the End of the world!!!! 7 reasons why!!!

Very Interesting Video-
I Know.."But Of That Day And Hour No One Knows, Not Even The Angels of Heaven"....But, The Saints Will Know Of The Season Of HIS Coming By The Signs In The Heavens.

2012: Not the End of the World Yet, Part 2 of an 8-part Mayan Prophecy L...

VATICAN CITY (AP) - The Vatican's top astronomer has some assurances to offer: The world won't be ending in 10 days, despite predictions to the contrary.
The Rev. Jose Funes, director of the Vatican Observatory, wrote in Wednesday's Vatican newspaper L'Osservatore Romano that "it's not even worth discussing" doomsday scenarios based on the Mayan calendar that are flooding the Internet ahead of the purported Dec. 21 apocalypse.
Yes, Funes wrote, the universe is expanding and if some models are correct, will at one point "break away" – but not for billions of years. But he said Christians profoundly believe that "death can never have the last word."
The Mayan Long Count calendar begins in 3,114 B.C., marking time in roughly 394-year periods known as Baktuns. The Mayans wrote that the significant 13th Baktun ends Dec. 21.

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