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There were many websites predicting that the world would end in 2012 according to the Mayan calendar. This website however stated on June 1, 2009, that the world would not end in 2012 because the Hebrew prophets did not predict the End of the World on that date and also that the so-called "Mayan" pyramids weren't even built by the Mayans. All the End of the World dates below drew much attention from people who did not take the time to study Hebrew prophecy.
FALSE END OF THE WORLD DATES:
999 A.D. source: The Catholic Church
1844 source: William Miller
1936 source: Herbert W. Armstrong
1975 source: many Jehovah's Witnesses
1982 source: Pat Robinson
1988 source: Edgar C. Wisenant
1994 source: Harold Camping
1999 source: Y2K fearmongers
2012 source: Various Archeologists
Don't let all these failed end of the world predictions allow you to get too comfortable, because the date of the end was always known from the very beginning, and time is rapidly running out. If you'd like to know more about the date when God will bring civilization to its final end, just click on one of the secure book links on this webpage to order your book by Edward Oliver, so you will be better prepared for the Judgement Day when it arrives in the not too distant future.
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