How low must your IQ need to be to believe in doomsday and all that other bull? Watch

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These doomsdayers must have not actually bothered researching the facts on the matter using credible sources like NASA. They must have watched too many doomsday propaganda videos on YouTube or something.
If only doomsday did happen, but just for unintelligent people so they would disappear.
Do you agree or do you think doomsday is real?
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The universe will probably have to end at some point. Why not tomorrow? I think the question is why on earth would the ancient Mayans be privy to this information when modern scientists would be oblivious to it. Even if the Mayan calendar did end on 21st December 2012 (which it doesn't), why would that have any bearing on anything whatsoever? My calendar ends on December 31st - doesn't mean the world is going to end - just that I need to get a new calendar. I think the problem is there are a lot of people who think that many ancient cultures had knowledge far beyond our own. That, and some people are just paranoid. Anyway, I'm logging off now to go hide in my bunker.
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Pretty much as Heidihi7894.

Doomsday prophecies have been coming and going for as long all of human history. This latest one is just another date. Most of it comes down to complete butchering of Mayan Myth, and repetition of spiritualist mumbo-jumbo. It's amazing how much ignorance there is on the subject, from both the dooms-dayers and the nay-sayers. There has been so much interference with the truth in popular media that I have yet to see a real understanding of the Long count been portrayed in any main media source.

That said, humans are prone to believing in stupid things, but that doesn't make them stupid. Its just part of being human. It's very easy to get caught up in the doom-porn and get sucked into it, especially with so much ignorance of the subject floating around.
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Illuminati is disappointed in you


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(Original post by Nacho King)
These doomsdayers must have not actually bothered researching the facts on the matter using credible sources like NASA. They must have watched too many doomsday propaganda videos on YouTube or something.
If only doomsday did happen, but just for unintelligent people so they would disappear.
Do you agree or do you think doomsday is real?
They've researched the facts, and they've interpreted them, perhaps misinterpreted them. When the Mayan calendar ends, this is interpreted as a new beginning or new creation. However, what NASA doesn't tell you is that when the calendar ends the god Bolon Yokhte K'uh returns to Earth to judge humans; this is to be the new creation. Now, the "doomsdayers" are saying that this God is the same God Yahweh, the Judeo-Christian god who sent the flood in the Bible; the same God who brought the Flood in Egypt: Ra-Osiris, the Great Judge. So their interpretation (or minsinterpretation) is formulated using prophecy extending from the remotest times to present day events. This is the culmination of what was "foretold" in mythology and ancient religion hidden by signs and symbols.
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I don't have a low IQ by any means, I am planning past tomorrow in the assumption that the world will continue, however a part of me is still a little anxious, just incase.
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It must be something from such deep depths that must've been released from the most stupid of Dwarves digging too deep to awaken such a deepened and darkened creature.
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(Original post by Martyn*)
They've researched the facts, and they've interpreted them, perhaps misinterpreted them. When the Mayan calendar ends, this is interpreted as a new beginning or new creation. However, what NASA doesn't tell you is that when the calendar ends the god Bolon Yokhte K'uh returns to Earth to judge humans; this is to be the new creation. Now, the "doomsdayers" are saying that this God is the same God Yahweh, the Judeo-Christian god who sent the flood in the Bible; the same God who brought the Flood in Egypt: Ra-Osiris, the Great Judge. So their interpretation (or minsinterpretation) is formulated using prophecy extending from the remotest times to present day events. This is the culmination of what was "foretold" in mythology and ancient religion hidden by signs and symbols.
Yes but the bible says 'concerning the day and the hour [of armageddon] only God knows' therefore widespread prophecy is not true.
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(Original post by xoxAngel_Kxox)
I don't have a low IQ by any means, I am planning past tomorrow in the assumption that the world will continue, however a part of me is still a little anxious, just incase.
2 hours left lol.
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Intelligent people are more likely to fall for things so...

http://www.cracked.com/article_19174...igence_p2.html
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Yes but the bible says 'concerning the day and the hour [of armageddon] only God knows' therefore widespread prophecy is not true.
That's not quite what is being interpreted. Prophecy is now the backdrop to human history, where the story of history is contained within not just one religion but many. It is now acceptible to interpret the Mayan texts, the Egyptian texts, the Sumerian texts in the same way as the Biblical texts. In this way, the Biblical texts represent revelations about judgement and retribution for how humans have disobeyed and caused trouble on Earth, in short, the return of a God for correction, as do those other texts that mention the return of the Annunaki gods, or the return of the Great Judge Ra-Osiris, or the return of the Creator Bolon Yohkte.
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I think that the "Apocalypse" has already happenned. And that it is not a physical event like many think, but more a gradual breakdown of everyone's sanity. People thought that Y2K would be the end of the world and that was on New Year's Day 2000. Highly doubt the Earth will end tomorrow, not for another few million years or so, and by that time we would all be living on some other colonized moons and planets.
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How low must your IQ be to think NASA is a credible source?
I have an IQ of 167 and I am a member of MENSA .I am completely open minded, but I must say I am more of a believer in the doomsday prophecies than a blundering, illuminatic cover up. My point here though is, don't be calling people unintelligent because they don't have the same beliefs as you.
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(Original post by Nacho King)
These doomsdayers must have not actually bothered researching the facts on the matter using credible sources like NASA. They must have watched too many doomsday propaganda videos on YouTube or something.
If only doomsday did happen, but just for unintelligent people so they would disappear.
Do you agree or do you think doomsday is real?
So you don't think that the United States is has been in a slow collapse during the last few decades which is ongoing. How low IQ does someone have to have not to notice this?
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