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   There were many websites predicting the end of the world in 2012 according to the Mayan calendar. This website however stated the world would not end in 2012, because the Hebrew prophets did not predict the end of the world on that date. The disciples of Jesus thought he was predicting the end of the world to occur in their generation, but it did not occur then either. The reason is that the disciples of Jesus did not understand that he was actually including the destruction of Jerusalem.

   The problem with prophecy is that it was written only for the wise. In modern times, the end of the world was supposed to happen in 2012 because of something called the Mayan calendar. You should know that the Mayan pyramids were not built by Mayans but were actually constructed by the same people who built the pyramids of Egypt. Long before Europeans sailed to Mexico, the sons of Seth arrived there from Africa and tried to establish a colony in the New World. They unfortunately began to intermix with the natives, and their bloodline was lost. All that remains today of their race are the pyramids they left.

   Just before the year 2000 Millenium the end of the world was again predicted as the result of a Nostradamus quatrain predicted to take place in July, 1999. Lots of money was made on this prediction, but it was a fake translation. It turned out that this prophecy was actually referencing a trip Bill Clinton made to Morocco to witness King Mohammed IX's coronation on the throne of his father. The religious leader Harold Camping predicted the end in 1994, Pat Robertson predicted the end would occur in 1982, Jehovah's Witnesses predicted the end in 1975, Herbert W. Armstrong predicted it in 1936, William Miller predicted it in 1844, and many Christians thought it would happen in the year 1000 AD, at the turn of the last Millenium. The list goes on and on, but of course the end of the world never took place.

   Don't get too comfortable however, because the date of the end was always known by the Hebrew prophets, and it hasn't changed from the original prediction. The clock is ticking on the time for man to submit to his God and that time is rapidly running out. Nostradamus predicted the world would end in 3797, and he is correct, but the date is another one of his riddles that only the wise will figure out. Only a few more events are scheduled to happen before the end arrives later in this century. If you would like to learn more about when the end is actually going to take place, please click on the link below and order your copy of Edward Oliver's 350-page book, "Prophets and Frauds."





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