Armageddon and the Mayan apocalypse
Today most people realize they are stuck paying those overdue bills after all since the world didn’t end. December 21, 2012 marked the conclusion of the 5,125-year "Long Count" Mayan calendar and caused some hysteria for many as the world-ending apocalypse. It aided in stress for young, dumb and old fearing the end of life as they know it and have sent bomb shelter and candle sales soaring.
For others deeply ingrained in ancient mysticism or numerology, it’s believed to be good thing. It marks the start of a new birth and era and that December 22 is special day as the sun rises to greet the special change for the good. The Mayan calendar finally completes the end of the “Great Cycle”. For the remaining skeptics however, it looks and sounds like a birth control instruction book and an excuse for ‘mother earths’ P.M.S History on the calendar sounds like a combination of all three ideas with little or no biblical or scientific points for backing. Yet the last two hold more ground as being the most trusted for accuracy for beliefs and historic research. Science and NASA try to talk some sense into the world where it’s been blown out of proportion and religious views vary…many sounding more ridiculous than the original theories of the subject.
But since the subject here is on Armageddon, bare with the one that wrote the book on it and invented everything regarding birth and destruction.
See next: Armageddon. The Biblical pattern