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The Mayan calendar ends on Dec. 21. What’s going to happen?

lt grantI believe there will be a change in human consciousness. I don’t think there will be any great disaster or anything like that. I think it will be a slight shift in people's perception of reality.
Grant Stoner
Santa Cruz | Plumber


lt danielMy good friend Manuel, who is a Mayan historian, says nothing is going to happen, and the Mayans dont think anything is going to happen, either.
Danielle McMillen
Santa Cruz | Independent Plush Maker

lt mikkelPlanet X is within our solar system, according to some friends I know, and it's going to wreak havoc, and it's going to happen on Dec. 21 of this year. Planet X is Nibiru. According to Mayan legend it's in a different orbit, and every 3,000 years or so years it comes into our solar system. It's going to wreak havoc and devastation.
Mikkel Andersen
Santa Cruz | Receiver 

lt courtneyThe asphalt will turn into chocolate pudding and the clouds will melt into honey. It will be fun for a while but we'll get over it and it won’t be fun anymore.
Courtney Howard
Santa Cruz | Student


lt marvinThe aliens are all going to be sitting in the bar at Brady’s to get drunk so we will have a Dec. 22.
Marvin Easterby
Santa Cruz | Bartender



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Oh For the Love of All That Is Sacred And Holy
written by SydaisyAlyosha, December 20, 2012
Tell your five year old that everything is going to be fine, that this end-of-the-world talk is all nonsense.However things end up, why in the world would you want to freak out a five year old? That's silly. Happy Winter Solstice, and God Bless Us All, Everyone...
written by Monster, December 19, 2012
It is in my humble opinion a shift in humanity's thinking
written by Joeyann Palowoda, December 19, 2012
Even if the world were going to end Friday, (which it almost certainly is not), there's probably not much you can do about it anyway, so love your people, and keep on keeping on :)
written by This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , December 18, 2012
Great song to sing on December 21, 2012: "The Morning After The End of The World"
written by Haily, December 18, 2012
Nothing is going to happen .How can people tell the "End of the world".IT IS ALL FAKE PEOLE!NO ALIENS ,NO EXPLOSION,AND NO ZOMBIES !!!!!!!!! Just living life
load of dog poo
written by smash it, December 18, 2012
i think the people who will play world of warcraft will rise up and take the entire world and run it that is what the mayan calander pro-told
I am scared no clue what to tell terrified 5 year olds
written by Ritala, December 18, 2012
Is the thing really going to happen

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