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Mayan Error: Doomsday Postponed To 2015

June 25, 2013


YUCATAN – Mayan scholars have updated their doomsday prophecy. The world did not end on December 21st, 2012 because... oops…they counted wrong.  

According to a new re-calculation, the end of the world has been postponed and will occur on September 3, 2015 instead. So update your daily planners!

A scholarly new critique, published in the text, “Calendars and Years: Astronomy and Time in the Ancient and Medieval World” argues that the accepted conversions of dates from the Mayan calendar to the modern calendar are off.  Fritz Barnkopf, author of the new book, “We Are All Going To Die In 2015″agrees and has rewritten the Mayan doomsday playbook that has been popularized in our culture over the last decade.

The problem was discovered when researchers realized the Mayan calendar was converted to today’s Gregorian calendar using an erroneous calculation called the GMT constant, named for the last initials of three early Mayanist researchers.

But the GMT constant is completely bogus.  “The Mayan researchers of the past twenty years put too much stock in the GMT,” said Mayan expert Robert Wannamaker.  “They probably were chewing on too many cocoa leaves. The fact is that the GMT constant is 2 years and 271 days off.  We’ve proven that conclusively hear at The Scripps Institute.”


The apocalypse has been delayed. It was a stunning blow to the credibility of all the merchandisers who were capitalizing on the 2012 “end-of-world” prophecy when the world didn't end in 2012. “Man, I was selling all sorts of 2012 doomsday paraphernalia. Now, I gotta go back and make it all again for 2015.  It’s a real drag,” said Judd Barkley. Really? A drag? Barkley can now double up on his profits and he gets to stick around for another 2 years.

Hollywood is jumping right on the 2015 end-of-the-world bandwagon. Movie producers are lining up to make the 2012 sequel, "2015". “It’s great for us,” said Producer Tracey Barnham. “I hope that they extend it again in a few years, so we can keep this franchise going.”

Not likely.  Mayan researchers are unanimous on the new end-of-world data.  The world will disappear in 2015.  You might want to plan accordingly. The bad news: We’re all going to die.  The good news:  We've got two more years!  Woo-hoo!!!


Does the Mayan calendar(s) predict the end of the world or "the end of the world as we know it"? Looking at the way things are shaping up in the Middle east, 2015 sounds about right for the end of the world as we know it. That's the year that Prince William will be crowned NWO King at the age of 33.

Learn more: http://www.helpfreetheearth.com/DVD-King.html

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