Skip to comments.Will this village be the only place to survive the end of the world next Friday?(alien rescue?)
Posted on 12/16/2012 3:09:41 PM PST by TigerLikesRooster
Will this village be the only place to survive the end of the world next Friday?
French village Bugarach said to be only place that will survive Armageddon
Mayan calendar suggests world will end on December 21
Pic de Bugarach mountain overlooking village said to be an alien lair
Prophecy suggests aliens will emerge to pluck 'future survivors' to safety
The village of Bugarach in southern France doesnt feel as if its braced for the end of the world. Christmas decorations are twinkling, the birds are singing and an alarming number of garden gnomes are gleaming in the December sun.
There are no hysterical, wailing crowds, no troops and no emergency services trying to control the chaos. But in just six days time, the end of the world is coming and Bugarach will be the place to witness it.
According to a combination of ancient Mayan prophecy and modern internet rumour, at some time during the course of next Friday we will all be obliterated: blown to smithereens by a rogue planet hitting Earth, swept away by a solar storm, or gobbled up by a vast black hole (or even a nasty mixture of all three).
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Last chance for some carry out.
We’re going to be at The Creek in Cripple Creek, Colorado on the 21st to celebrate the end of the world.
Or did that occur on 6 November this year?
We might have it all wrong.
So, after this prediction of doom fails, what is the next one?
Global warming doesn’t have a date. That is unless you could Al Gore’s 14 year warning back about 20 years ago.
Armageddon could be a possibility in a few years given how things are lining up these days.
Any new asteroids? Super volcano?
What will they use to distract use?
You are aware of my sign up date?
Could that be the cause of hemorrhoids? Inquiring minds want to know........
The only Borg that was entertaining was Bjorn.
Wouldn’t you know it would be a bunch of French, cheese-eating, surrender monkeys who would refuse to fight in the final battle of Armageddon.
It’s a cookbook!
I foresee the end of Mayan Calendars and books about 2012 being the end of the world come Saturday morning.
Just a few days ago there was an three mile diameter asteroid that passed by Earth about four million miles away. Does that count?
Enest Borgnine. Seven was his cousin.
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