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Shius
The date is over. The world is supposed to be gone by now.
Hurray, we're alive.
Let's hope he doesn't make another prediction any time soon.
No the world wasn't going to end until Oct. 21 2011
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Shius
The date is over. The world is supposed to be gone by now.
Hurray, we're alive.
Let's hope he doesn't make another prediction any time soon.
No the world wasn't going to end until Oct. 21 2011

But there was supposed to be a huge earthquake at 21, 6:00 pm anywhere in the world. Then the chosen people would be raised to heaven, and the left would be in earth to witness the apocalypse at Oct. 21 2011.
Since the first step hasn't happened, I can guess that the later steps won't happen.
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Shius
The date is over. The world is supposed to be gone by now.
Hurray, we're alive.
Let's hope he doesn't make another prediction any time soon.
No the world wasn't going to end until Oct. 21 2011

But there was supposed to be a huge earthquake at 21, 6:00 pm anywhere in the world. Then the chosen people would be raised to heaven, and the left would be in earth to witness the apocalypse at Oct. 21 2011.
Since the first step hasn't happened, I can guess that the later steps won't happen.
or maybe it did happen but no ones was good enough to be saved
Enigmatic Conspiracy
There will always be predictions; people don't give up, and I don't know why. I mean, all that time spent on predicting could have been put to better use.

As anolis18 says, there are some people who do that in nature, and that can't be helped, but yes, I REALLY agree with you.
And I have a feeling that this guy did the prediction so that he could make more people go into his church.
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Shius
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Shius
The date is over. The world is supposed to be gone by now.
Hurray, we're alive.
Let's hope he doesn't make another prediction any time soon.
No the world wasn't going to end until Oct. 21 2011

But there was supposed to be a huge earthquake at 21, 6:00 pm anywhere in the world. Then the chosen people would be raised to heaven, and the left would be in earth to witness the apocalypse at Oct. 21 2011.
Since the first step hasn't happened, I can guess that the later steps won't happen.
or maybe it did happen but no ones was good enough to be saved


If that was true, than our god hates us and we're doomed.
But I don't plan on living my life in fear of the raptor, so I choose not to believe the prediction.
It wasn't going to end in the first place. What is this? I don't even...
The Mayan Calendar just stops December 2012, I don't believe it says anything about cataclysmic events, though. I want to read up on it, though. I've been to the ruins in Mexico before, and still forget the story. stare
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Shius
Enigmatic Conspiracy
There will always be predictions; people don't give up, and I don't know why. I mean, all that time spent on predicting could have been put to better use.

As anolis18 says, there are some people who do that in nature, and that can't be helped, but yes, I REALLY agree with you.
And I have a feeling that this guy did the prediction so that he could make more people go into his church.

That and probably to get more people to listen to his radio show. (Which now worth over $117 million.) This ridiculous "prediction" has ruined the lives of many people.
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What about 2012? wink

Let's just hope that doesn't come. Though I doubt it will.

What exactly is meant to come, though? I've read so many rumours, each more ridiculous than the last.


I'm not sure, but the only way the earth would actually be destroyed in this year or the next would be if a huge meteorite bumps into earth, which is very improbable.

Ah, well that has a 1/million chance of happening in 2036. xp
you forget, they are just that, rumors, unfounded and unlikely. Just live life to the fullest and don't worry about the end, heck, if you die it doesn't matter when the rapture comes lol.


Cheers to that smile
Tuba Toothpaste
Shius
Enigmatic Conspiracy
There will always be predictions; people don't give up, and I don't know why. I mean, all that time spent on predicting could have been put to better use.

As anolis18 says, there are some people who do that in nature, and that can't be helped, but yes, I REALLY agree with you.
And I have a feeling that this guy did the prediction so that he could make more people go into his church.

That and probably to get more people to listen to his radio show. (Which now worth over $117 million.) This ridiculous "prediction" has ruined the lives of many people.


It raised that high ever since he talked about the prediction??
Wow...
This man really has no shame, repeating the same failed prediction he had made 16 years ago, just for the profit, not understanding that he angered, and destroyed many people's lives on the way.
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Shius
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What about 2012? wink

Let's just hope that doesn't come. Though I doubt it will.


hell no it wont its just all stupid crap no one can leave the world alone they always gotta predict some way to end it
Master_Alucard-Sama
Shius
Firevie
What about 2012? wink

Let's just hope that doesn't come. Though I doubt it will.


hell no it wont its just all stupid crap no one can leave the world alone they always gotta predict some way to end it


Very true. smile
Nika Sixx
The Mayan Calendar just stops December 2012, I don't believe it says anything about cataclysmic events, though. I want to read up on it, though. I've been to the ruins in Mexico before, and still forget the story. stare


It's a miracle that they actually went that far. I personally believe that it just stopped there since they found out that there would be no end to the calender if they continued writing it.
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I'm pretty sure im in heaven now. It looks awfully like Earth tho. :/
Shius
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Shius
Enigmatic Conspiracy
There will always be predictions; people don't give up, and I don't know why. I mean, all that time spent on predicting could have been put to better use.

As anolis18 says, there are some people who do that in nature, and that can't be helped, but yes, I REALLY agree with you.
And I have a feeling that this guy did the prediction so that he could make more people go into his church.

That and probably to get more people to listen to his radio show. (Which now worth over $117 million.) This ridiculous "prediction" has ruined the lives of many people.


It raised that high ever since he talked about the prediction??
Wow...
This man really has no shame, repeating the same failed prediction he had made 16 years ago, just for the profit, not understanding that he angered, and destroyed many people's lives on the way.


The thing that angers me most is that the man has the nerve to say that just some months after a REAL giant earthquake which affected a whole country and even some parts of the world.

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