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‘TOMORROW’ apocalypse on winter solstice ‘if the Mayans make a small mistake,’ preacher claims

TOMORROW is the winter solstice and that often sparks doomsday conspiracy theories.

Prominent US pastor and conspiracy theorist Paul Begley suggested in a popular YouTube video that the apocalypse could come on Tuesday if the Mayans make a mistake.

December 21 is the day the ancient Maya considered the end of the world

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December 21 is the day the ancient Maya considered the end of the worldCredit: jvphoto
Preacher Paul Begley believes the world could end tomorrow if the Mayans made a mistake in arithmetic

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Preacher Paul Begley believes the world could end tomorrow if the Mayans made a mistake in arithmeticCredit: Twitter

In his YouTube Videos, he explains that tomorrow is the winter solstice, the shortest day of the year, and declares, “It’s also the end of the world according to the Mayans.”

He added the warning: “If the Mayans were dyslexic.”

After declaring the world would end on December 21, 2012 – the end of the Mayan calendar – to no avail, conspirators now say the date has been miscalculated.

Last year was filled with claims that the Mayans truly believed that our world would disappear eight years from now, on December 21, 2020.

When that didn’t happen, it was suggested that the Mayans may have made a mistake in noting the end of the world.

Begely said: “They think the end of the world is 12/21/12.”

But then goes on to show that the numbers can be tomorrow if you pass the last two digits.

He also addresses the bible and how modern-day events and biblical prophecies may suggest that the end of the world is near.

However, the pastor also said “not all prophecies come true” and told viewers they might not have to worry.

It goes without saying that Pastor Begley’s claims are pure speculation and not supported by any hard evidence.

He also made a mistake with the phrasing he was trying to refer to in his video.

The evangelist has made many apocalyptic predictions in the past, fortunately, all to no avail.

What is the Mayan calendar?

The Mayan calendar is a calendar and diary system that was used by several cultures in Central America.

It dates back to the 5th century BC and it is still used in some Mayan communities today.

The Mayan calendar had three distinct respective calendars: the Long Count, the Tzolkin (divine calendar), and the Haab (civil calendar).

Each calendar is cyclical, which means a certain number of days must occur before a new cycle can begin.

The calendars are also used concurrently.

Tzolkin and Haab determine the date, and every 52 years they connect and create a calendar ring.

The long-counting day comes first, then the Tzolkin day, and finally the Haab day.

The Mayans believed that the universe was destroyed and then recreated at the beginning of each cosmic cycle.

What is the Mayan doomsday prophecy?

The Mayans predicted that the world would end on December 21, 2012.

Nasa debunked rumors that the world would end in 2012 – a prediction of the Mayan calendar.

The space agency said: “For any claims of disaster or dramatic changes in 2012, where is the science? Where is the evidence?

“Nothing at all, and for all fictional claims, whether they are made in books, movies, documentaries, or over the Internet, we cannot change that simple fact.

“There is no credible evidence to support any of the claims made in support of the extraordinary events of December 2012.”

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https://www.thesun.co.uk/tech/17098260/end-of-world-mayan-calendar-2021/ ‘TOMORROW’ apocalypse on winter solstice ‘if the Mayans make a small mistake,’ preacher claims

Caroline Bleakley

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