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Mayan Council of Elders, calendar doesn’t spell disaster!

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Mayan Council of Elders, calendar doesn’t spell disaster!

Postby gman » Thu Dec 20, 2012 10:12 am

In addition to news, commentary, and space weather… join Paladin Prepper for this week’s ‘Prepper Point’… “A New Long Count – A new beginning’”. Hear the words of a member of the Mayan Council of Elders who says the end of the long count calendar doesn’t spell disaster, but rather, the western culture simply has a pessimistic view of the end of… anything… like a ‘long count calendar’. So, it turns out that all the uproar and dire predictions about December 21st is really a lot of ‘hype’ and fear-mongering. So, ‘come on… get happy’, and help us celebrate the beginning of the new ‘long count’ cycle. Join us for “The Paladin Prepper Report”
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