Maya Prophecy Suggestion
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Bishop bernardo Bastres of Punta Arenas, Chile ha a suggestion for those convinced that the world will end December 21, as predictede by the Mayan calendar. The bishop says that all those who becieve the "mayan" prophecy should donate their worldly goods to the Church.
LOL LOL LOL


http://www.catholicnewsagency.com/news/b...orlds-end/
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#2
five years ago, my friends said they were going to stock up on things that were no payment until 2013  LOL
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(12-14-2012, 06:25 AM)Poche Wrote: Bishop bernardo Bastres of Punta Arenas, Chile ha a suggestion for those convinced that the world will end December 21, as predictede by the Mayan calendar. The bishop says that all those who becieve the "mayan" prophecy should donate their worldly goods to the Church.
LOL LOL LOL


http://www.catholicnewsagency.com/news/b...orlds-end/

Good business man, and lol.


So funny about this misinterpretation of the Mayan calender. Firstly, and the reference to 2012 has nothing to do with an apocalypse but says it'll be a time when people will need each other, or something to that effect. Secondly, the calender goes beyond 2012 to 2015...
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#4
Yeah, good one Bishop Bernardo Bastres.  LOL
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#5
He could suggest they all need a good confession now as well. Line up!
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#6
Just so long as we understand, the Mayans themselves do not believe that this will be the end of the world.
Smile Smile Smile
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Just got our 7-day weather forecast, and it's not looking pretty....

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(12-14-2012, 02:04 PM)TS Aquinas Wrote:
(12-14-2012, 06:25 AM)Poche Wrote: Bishop bernardo Bastres of Punta Arenas, Chile ha a suggestion for those convinced that the world will end December 21, as predictede by the Mayan calendar. The bishop says that all those who becieve the "mayan" prophecy should donate their worldly goods to the Church.
LOL LOL LOL


http://www.catholicnewsagency.com/news/b...orlds-end/

Good business man, and lol.


So funny about this misinterpretation of the Mayan calender. Firstly, and the reference to 2012 has nothing to do with an apocalypse but says it'll be a time when people will need each other, or something to that effect. Secondly, the calender goes beyond 2012 to 2015...

They didn't even make a prophecy; it just so happens that that date marks the end of a long accounting cycle which their civilization did not last long enough to see; sort of like if someone got my Missal which calculates the dates of Holy days up through 2066, and assumed that Baronius Press was predicting the world would end on 28 November in 2066 because there is no more calendar after that.  It's silly.

"Misinterpretation of the Mesoamerican Long Count calendar is the basis for a popular belief that a cataclysm will take place on December 21, 2012. December 21, 2012 is simply the day that the calendar will go to the next b'ak'tun, at Long Count 13.0.0.0.0. The date on which the calendar will go to the next piktun (a complete series of 20 b'ak'tuns), at Long Count 1.0.0.0.0.0, will be on October 13, 4772."

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maya_calendar#Long_Count
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(12-14-2012, 02:04 PM)TS Aquinas Wrote:
(12-14-2012, 06:25 AM)Poche Wrote: Bishop bernardo Bastres of Punta Arenas, Chile ha a suggestion for those convinced that the world will end December 21, as predictede by the Mayan calendar. The bishop says that all those who becieve the "mayan" prophecy should donate their worldly goods to the Church.
LOL LOL LOL


http://www.catholicnewsagency.com/news/b...orlds-end/

Good business man, and lol.


So funny about this misinterpretation of the Mayan calender. Firstly, and the reference to 2012 has nothing to do with an apocalypse but says it'll be a time when people will need each other, or something to that effect. Secondly, the calender goes beyond 2012 to 2015...
...and thirdly, it said that vatican ii would be in eclipse after 2015  Sticking tongue out at you
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(12-19-2012, 02:19 AM)HuskerTom Wrote: Just got our 7-day weather forecast, and it's not looking pretty....

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Heehee!  Did you make that?
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