This site addresses and debunks the various predictions of doom and disaster people have made for 2012.
People are considering suicide because they’ve been told by “reliable” sources like the so-called History Channel that 2012 will be the end. Children are living in perpetual terror because they’ve been told the world is going to end soon. NO CHILD should be put through that kind of terror. I know; I’ve been through it myself. The “best years of my life” were spoiled by people who told me that doomsday was coming and I probably wasn’t going to survive to see adulthood. I believe this has permanently impacted my life because I didn’t study as hard as I should have because I believed the world was going to end soon and it didn’t matter anyway.
THE WORLD ISN’T GOING TO END IN 2012. The “proofs” that proponents of doom and disaster are offering are almost IDENTICAL the to the “proofs” they used when they predicted that Nibiru was going to bring doomsday in May of 2003. Alleged ancient predictions. Anomalies in the sky. Nostradamus. The Revelation. You see, these people can’t just let a prediction fail. When it doesn’t happen the first time, they just recycle their old materials and set a new date. Read this old article for yourself. It’s exactly the same as what doomsayers are predicting for 2012, only with Sumerians instead of Mayans.
UPDATE: A mother who believed the Tribulation was nigh tried to kill herself and her two daughters. The cause of her fear isn’t 2012, but it does show just how far people will go when they believe things like this.
Reblog this link and stop the scaremongering, now. It could be a matter of life or death.