A Mayan elder insists the world will not be ending in 2012.
Here is some of what Apolinario Chile Pixtun (AP photo above) of Guatemala says—
“Apolinario Chile Pixtun is tired of being bombarded with frantic questions about the end of the world. “I came back from England last year and, man, they had me fed up with this stuff,” he said….Mr Pixtun says the doomsday theories spring from Western, not Mayan ideas.”
I don’t know what this guy is talking about. Everybody knows the world is ending on December 21, 2012.
I’m just glad the world is going to go out by the hand of pagan Mayans and not by some right-wing rapture.
That’s what Christians get for wiping out so much of Mayan civilization.
There are many good articles at this blog.
Articles such as—
From the above story—“Heene believes the world is going to end in 2012,” she said. “Because of that, he wanted to make money quickly, become rich enough to build a bunker or something underground, where he can be safe from the sun exploding.”
This is all good stuff and I’ve added the 2012 blog to my blogroll.
Folks–The gig is going to be up for all of us very soon.
So please be certain to visit Texas Liberal as often as you’re able in the time we have left. After 2012 this blog is done.
Here is some basic history of the Mayans from a website set up by Washington State University.
I saw a black guy today in Houston driving some sort of souped-up car with a Confederate flag front license plate. Instead of a normal Texas plate at the front of the car, there was a plate with an image of the Confederate flag.
Painted on the side of the car were the words “Robert E. Lee.”
It was not exactly the Dukes of Hazzard car you see in the picture above, but it was close. The car I saw the black man driving was orange and clearly modeled on the car in the photo.
If you live in Houston and see this man driving this car, could you please leave a comment on this blog ? I know what I saw today was not a mirage. Yet it was the kind of thing you don’t believe you’re really seeing at first.
The gentleman behind the wheel of that car is indeed free to drive whatever he wishes to drive, but he does seem a bit confused in my view.