Avoid Date Setters!
Are memories this short? Anyone remember the 1999, 2000, start of the millennium rigamarole? What's the next "special date", 2020? Today we are even seeing the 12*12*12 nonsense too.
While the NWO "could" make use of the date, for a variety of "planned events", I am not worried about the world ending that day, and neither should you.
Matt 24:36 But of that day and hour knoweth no man, no, not the angels of heaven, but my Father only.
One interesting thing I found is some of the Mayans, are now saying and I am paraphrasing here, "Hey the world is not going to end, we are going to enter a new dawn of peace and understanding". Hey you know the same concept the New Age teaches? The same one where I talked about on the "global awakening" thread. Never forget Satan's lies are the same across the board. The more religions I compare, the more the same lies are told. The shamans are all joined together from so many native religions with Satan's demons, and it's the same tune, everytime. Sometimes words fail me to even describe the immensity of what is being set up, but it's from so many avenues, the 'new globalist consciousness" that ALL false religions including the Mayans have looked for and speak of. Warning Mayan priest who follows a false religion speaking.
The sad thing is watching self confessed Christians fall for this stuff. I used to read on some of those weird so called Christian websites, about the Nephilim returning on this date. Hasn't Tom Horn made use of December 21,2012 and Mayan prophecies? Ah yes, see the video below:
The world is getting to be a stranger and stranger place, both the government and Vatican decided it was important to tell us NOT to worry about December 21, 2012...
Vatican: World not ending, despite Maya prediction
VATICAN CITY (AP) — The Vatican's top astronomer has some assurances to offer: The world won't be ending in about two weeks, despite predictions to the contrary.
The Rev. Jose Funes, director of the Vatican Observatory, wrote in Wednesday's Vatican newspaper L'Osservatore Romano that "it's not even worth discussing" doomsday scenarios based on the Mayan calendar that are flooding the Internet ahead of the purported Dec. 21 apocalypse
. Yes, Funes wrote, the universe is expanding and if some models are correct, will at one point "break away" — but not for billions of years. But he said Christians profoundly believe that "death can never have the last word."
The Mayan Long Count calendar begins in 3,114 B.C., marking time in roughly 394-year periods known as Baktuns. The Mayans wrote that the significant 13th Baktun ends Dec. 21.
All this fuss over calendars, which there are so many systems of it is not funny and which have been altered time and time again.
King James Version (KJV)
25 And he shall speak great words against the most High, and shall wear out the saints of the most High, and think to change times and laws: and they shall be given into his hand until a time and times and the dividing of time.