Save me from my species. please.

as if the delusional religion pandering masses weren't enough crazy, now i gotta sit through an entire year of broke-ass apocalyptic mayan calendar shit?!? seriously?!?!?!

fifth century BCE bullshit fairy tales are now regarded as fact?!?!? they warrant hour long television shows on the fucking history channel?!?!?


it's embarrassing.


  1. For whatever reason, people seem to need a looming apocalypse. As if death weren't enough. At least these imaginary ones can be fun. And, after 2012 is in the rearview mirror a new date to fear will arise.
    I don't believe in the 2012 apocalypse, obviously, but I am using it as a reminder to work on my "preps".

  2. i'm just crushed that the history channel has stooped so low. it started with their paying lip service to bible stories... now they've just lost their minds.

  3. Actually, this is a misunderstanding all around:

    The Mayans didn't believe in the end of the world, literally. They believed in many ends of the world, sort of. It's not an apocalypse for them in the way we use that word today. 2012 was just part of their cycle of life, of transition:

    "Both the Hopis and Mayans recognize that we are approaching the end of a World Age... In both cases, however, the Hopi and Mayan elders do not prophesy that everything will come to an end. Rather, this is a time of transition from one World Age into another. The message they give concerns our making a choice of how we enter the future ahead. Our moving through with either resistance or acceptance will determine whether the transition will happen with cataclysmic changes or gradual peace and tranquility. The same theme can be found reflected in the prophecies of many other Native American visionaries from Black Elk to Sun Bear."
    — Joseph Robert Jochmans
    The Reawakening of the Divine Feminine, and the Apocalypse


    "Apocalypse is a disclosure of something hidden from the majority of mankind in an era dominated by falsehood and misconception, i.e. the veil to be lifted." (Wikipedia) The word is derived from the Greek apokalupsis, a term applied to revelation or disclosure, to certain privileged persons, of what already exists, though hitherto it has been hidden, or only imperfectly known.