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There were many websites predicting the end of the world in 2012 according to the Mayan calendar. This website however stated the world would not end in 2012, because the Hebrew prophets did not predict the end of the world on that date.
The end of the world was predicted many times throughout history. It was predicted at the turn of the Millenium in 1000 A.D., and was also prophesied by Rev. William Miller in 1844. Herbert W. Armstrong predicted the end would occur in 1936, and many Jehovah's Witnesses said it would occur in 1975. Pat Robinson thought it might occur in 1982, and Harold Camping was sure it was going to happen in 1994. The list goes on and on, but of course the end of the world never occurred.
Don't get too comfortable though, because the date of the end was always known by the Hebrew prophets and it hasn't changed one bit from the original prediction. The clock is ticking on the time for man to submit to his God, and that time is rapidly running out. It was predicted by Nostradamus that the world would end in 3797, and that is actually the correct date, but unfortunately this date is another one of those riddles he created so only the wise would figure it out. The end is unfortunately only a few years away, and there are not many more major events scheduled to occur before it finally arrives. If you'd like to know when the end is actually going to occur, click on one of the secure links on this webpage to order your book by Edward Oliver.
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