People Freak Out and Buy Noah’s Ark Survival Pods … But the Mayans Say 2012 Isn’t the End of the World

George Washington's picture

The Mayan 2012 end of the world “prophecy” is scaring the pants off numerous children and suicidal teeangers. 1-in-10 people believe that the Mayans have prophesied the end of the world (and see this). A Google search for “Maya 2012″ currently brings up 700 million hits, almost as popular as the world's most popular searches.

In China, some people are buying Noah’s Ark type survival pods to weather the 2012 “apocalypse”:

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We’ve extensively documented that the Mayans never said the world will end in 2012.

For a few days only, you can watch online – for free – the brand new video “Shift of the Ages”, in which the head Mayan elder directly explains the Mayan prophecy.

Click to watch:

Shift2 People Freak Out and Buy Noahs Ark Survival Pods ... But the Mayans Say Dont Worry About 2012

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Dollar Bill Hiccup's picture

Looks new building code for the Jersey Shore ...

Body of Lies's picture

The ultimate in prepping ... I love it ... gota get me one

otto skorzeny's picture

are you sure that's not a chinese amphib landing craft-one of millions that will be invading our western seaboard? at least that's the way the MilIndComplex will portray it. although-if those things sit in the industrially poisoned waters of china for too long they'll probably rot away to nothing

ThisIsBob's picture

It appears that not even the Mayans are convinced:

hannah's picture

stop the presses. another hard hitting news story ....from george washington....the town idiot.

otto skorzeny's picture

then don't read it-stick to HuffPo

hannah's picture george going to write about bigfoot next...?

New World Chaos's picture

He clearly said the whole 2012-movie-style end of the world thing has been a load of crap from the beginning.  Which is true.  And by now we would know about Planet Nibiru or any supervolcanoes revving up.

ZeroAvatar's picture

If you make a small mock-up model of an ARK (a small 'kayak' like thing), and give it a SPIN,, it looks JUST like a UFO.  When it has finished spinning, it stops, vibrates, and REVERSES DIRECTION!.


The 'kayak cross-section' shape of the ARK compensated for the motion of the Earth around the sun, and the forward/rearward tossing of the ark as well as the side-to-side action of the waves.  Quite the technological marvel.  Almost Extraterrestrial, even.  :)


(IOW, no motion sickness!)

lakecity55's picture

didn't everyone figure out these scams after KY-2000?


Supernova Born's picture

The terrifying thing is it just keeps going like this.

Cue Chuck Heston hanging in a net wearing a loin cloth.

ZeroAvatar's picture

Or, lying in a fountain, killed by Zombies...............

boogerbently's picture

That missing chip in the corner of the Mayan calendar is where it said: "Then repeat."

JOYFUL's picture

Though inspiration was attributed to a disaster pic, the plans are in fact based on the original Noah's Ark ...which was round apparently...

Also in the 'deja vu all over agin' category here:

...A man from China's north-western province of Xinjiang said he has invested all his savings, approximately $US160,000 ($152,000), to build a survival ark, fearing that his home will be engulfed in a doomsday flood...

indeed, this fellow is also falling back upon an age old meme, that of our Tokharian ancestors, the original Asiatics, who lived it up in verdant pastoral splendor in what is now the arid Takla Makan basin, until the giant flood which swept all in it's path away...and then hid out in the Pamirs and came back home till gradual desertification ruined the landscape: -

Asia latecomers like the nefarious AnAnoymous Han-Citizenism operative should take note...we big-nosed, white-boned demons will be back!


Matt's picture

Silly George Washington, those guys are not preparing for the December 21, 2012 end of the world prophecy. Those survival spheres are clearly for the inevitable failure of the Three Gorges Dam.

otto skorzeny's picture

after the Chinese hired US and German engineers to straighten up and finish up the Chicoms' mess the dam will probably hold

Spirit Of Truth's picture

I hate to think, and seriously doubt, the Mayans projected the "End of the World" to a specific day, but thay may have been close to anticipating when World War Three begins: