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December 21 2012 is NOT the End of the World

The 2012 phenomenon has reached fever pitch.Alarm has spread like wildfire. Uncertainty, anxietyand FEARhave gripped many people.Literally, millions are panicking, wondering whether 2012 will be their last year.The end date is supposedly either December 21st or 23rd, 2012. Doomsday authors pointto December 21st, the winter solstice. But the Mayan calendar, on which the endofdaystheory is based, ends December 23rd. Like the Y2K panic of 2000, 2012 hysteriais all over the Internetin hundreds of booksand in a $200 million movie, filledwith the usual sensational Hollywood graphics. Now socalled prophecy experts are weighingin on the subject.

What is the truth about 2012é The World to Come. The Restored Church ofGod presents David C. Pack. Author of 80 books and booklets. Editorinchief of The RealTruth magazine. Read by countless and growing numbers in every nation and territory of theworld. In a violent age full of war, famine, pollution, disease, disasters and economicuncertainty, and everworsening bad news. Answering life's greatest questions straightfrom the Bible, and announcing the wonderful good news of the World to Come. And now, DavidC. Pack. We hear almost daily from people of all agesasking if cataclysmic events will occur in

2012 and bring the end of the world. Someare deeply concernedtruly frightenedthat they will not live into their teen years orenter adulthood. They tell us that they desperately want lives beyond 2012but fear this willnot happen. Others have received letters from teenagersasking if they should end their own lives, and from mothers who were thinking of killingtheir childrenand themselvesrather than enduring Earthending events!No one predicts exactly what will happen in 2012, but according to many, it will be big!earthshattering!and civilization ending! There are concerns that the entire Earth will beflooded, or burned up by solar flares. The

north and south poles may suddenly reverse,wreaking untold havoc on electrical systems. Catastrophic earthquakes may rock the planet,destroying all buildings and opening huge holes in the Earth's crust. Chaos will reign.Mankind will come to the brink of annihilation.and on and on go the theories.The Mayan “Long Count� calendar tracks “Great Cycles� of time, and is one ofat least 3 calendars that the ancient Mayans used. It is important to note that one particularcalendar indicates that December 23rd, 2012, is the end of the current cycle of timewhichbegan August 13, 3114 B.C. on the Gregorian calendar. The Mayan calendar itself statesnothing of the world coming to an end, or

of any cataclysmic events occurring. It statesonly that the current time cycle will end. Let's make a comparison. Think of the LongCount calendar as an odometer on older model cars. When 100,000 miles is reached, the odometerresets itselfbut the car does not blow up or stop working.Much of the fantastic stories and hype come from various archaeological and astronomicalspeculation, as well as mythology and numerological interpretation. Predictions of impending doomand destruction are nowhere to be found in Mayan accounts or in the Long Count calendaritself. To the modern Mayans, including those who study the ancient calendar, 2012 is actuallyinconsequential. If you were to travel to

any of the many present day Mayan communitiesand ask about 2012, and the end of civilization, you would see looks of bewilderment. ModernMayan sources explain that this calendar was never intended to suggest the world wouldend in 2012, or any other time. They will also tell you that professing Christians havedeliberately twisted their calendar to suit their own prophetic theories and timelines.Yet millions, with little or no understanding of the Mayan culture, attach civilizationendingsignificance to 2012. All but two ancient Mayan inscriptions are strictly historical.They make no prophetic declarations whatsoever. And the two that supposedly do are unclearat best, and open to a wide array of speculation

Is December 21 2012 the End of the World

The World to Come. The Restored Church ofGod presents David C. Pack. Answering life's greatest questions straight from the Bible,and announcing the wonderful good news of the World to Come. The 2012 phenomenon has reached fever pitch.Alarm has spread like wildfire. Uncertainty, anxietyand FEARhave gripped many people.Literally, millions are panicking, wondering whether 2012 will be their last year.The end date is supposedly either December 21st or 23rd, 2012. Doomsday authors pointto December 21, the winter solstice. But the Mayan calendar, on which the endofdays theoryis based, ends December 23.

Like the Y2K panic of 2000, 2012 hysteriais all over the Internetin hundreds of booksand in a $200 million movie, filledwith the usual sensational Hollywood graphics. Now socalled prophecy experts are weighingin on the subject. What is the truth about 2012é We hear almost daily from people of all agesasking if cataclysmic events will occur in 2012 and bring the end of the world. Someare deeply concernedtruly frightenedthat they will not live into their teen years orenter adulthood. They tell us that they desperately want lives beyond 2012but fear this willnot happen.

Others have received letters from teenagersasking if they should end their own lives, and from mothers who were thinking of killingtheir childrenand themselvesrather than enduring Earthending events!No one predicts exactly what will happen in 2012, but according to some, it will be big!earthshattering!and civilization ending! There are concerns that the entire Earth will beflooded, or burned up by solar flares. The north and south poles may suddenly reverse,wreaking untold havoc on electrical systems. Catastrophic earthquakes may rock the planet,destroying all buildings and opening huge holes in the Earth's crust. Chaos will reign.Mankind will come to the brink of annihilation.and

on and on go the theories.The Mayan “Long Count� calendar tracks “Great Cycles� of time, and is one ofat least 3 calendars that the ancient Mayans used. It is important to note that one particularcalendar indicates that December 23, 2012, is the end of the current cycle of timewhichbegan August 13, 3114 B.C. on the Gregorian calendar. The Mayan calendar itself statesnothing of the world coming to an end, or of any cataclysmic events occurring. It statesonly that the current time cycle will end. Let's make a comparison. Think of the LongCount calendar as an odometer on older model cars. When 100,000 miles is reached, the odometerresets itselfbut the car does not blow

up or stop working.Much of the fantastic stories and hype come from various archaeological and astronomicalspeculation, as well as mythology and numerological interpretation. Predictions of impending doomand destruction are nowhere to be found in Mayan accounts or in the Long Count calendaritself. To the modern Mayans, including those who study the ancient calendar, 2012 is actuallyinconsequential. If you were to travel to any of the many present day Mayan communitiesand ask about 2012, and the end of civilization, you would see looks of bewilderment. ModernMayan sources explain that this calendar was never intended to suggest the world wouldend in 2012, or any other time. They will

also tell you that professing Christians havedeliberately twisted their calendar to suit their own prophetic theories and timelines.Yet millions, with little or no understanding of the Mayan culture, attach civilizationendingsignificance to 2012. All but two ancient Mayan inscriptions are strictly historical.They make no prophetic declarations whatsoever. And the two that supposedly do are unclearat best, and open to a wide array of speculation and interpretation.Stillregardless of what the ancient Mayans predictedwild ideas about 2012 abound.The frenzy is worldwide and picking up steam, with no slow down in sight. 2012 has alsobecome big business, and many are cashing

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