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Desert Evenings: The doomsday prophecy

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People raise their hands during a ceremony by Mayan sages in Bacuranao, Cuba, Thursday, Dec. 6, 2012. Three Guatemalan sages burned wood resin, seeds, fruits and flowers on a beach outside Havana on Thursday in a ceremony marking the end of a Mayan calendar cycle that some have wrongly interpreted as a prediction of a looming apocalypse. The ceremony in Bacuranao took place two weeks before Dec. 21, 2012, when a more than 5,000-year period of the Mayan calendar ends.
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Desert Evenings: The doomsday prophecy.
My advice: Don't take it seriously. The world cannot end in one day! Hundreds of years ago, the ancient Mayans predicted the end of a major astronomical cycle and the beginning of a new one. Remarkably, this occurs on the winter solstice of this year, Dec. 21 (the first day of winter in t. Read Desert Evenings: The doomsday prophecy...
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