On Friday the 21 December 2012 at 11:11 the world did not come to an end, despite predictions by the Mayans. Across the world
However, that doesn't stop us from speculating over what it might mean, if it really was the end of the world. After all, we will be confronted with this at some point in the future, whether it is the Mayan predictions, global warming or some other global catastrophe.
I personally favour calling people out over their predictions and asking for an apology. The videos and blogs should remain online with an additional retraction by the author as a monument to delusion and a warning to others.
If there is a recurrent pattern through history of believing in imminent apocalypse, does this begin to reveal more about our psychology? 'Apocalypticism' appears linked to certain religious and personality outlooks.
I don't wish to be alarmist - are you sitting down? - but on the 21st December, we're all going to be abruptly vaporised.
With everyone asking the simple question 'Is It The Apocalypse Yet?' we thought it would be appropriate to live blog the
Politically, we are seeing the ongoing expansion of regional political unification. Notwithstanding the current financially-driven woes of the European Union, it is still very much a work in progress.
I say we make December 21st our time to get real, get fabulous and start changing things for the better, get soulful, get spiritualized, one thought at a time.
Sooooo....according to those fun-loving Mayans, the world is going to end on 21 December 2012. Yeah thanks guys, we don't
According to the Mayans, the world will end on 21 December 2012. But what else did these prescient primitives predict for