Hello, friends. It has been quite a while, hasn't it? Or perhaps this is your first time stumbling upon this little blog of mine. Regardless, this is my first time writing for this blog in months. You might be saying to yourself, "Gavin, in your last post, you said this blog was cancelled because you died!"
That's true. I did say that. But I say a lot of things, not all of them can be true all of the time. Now, it will be true eventually. And in fact, if all goes according to the Prophecies, it will be true in a matter of days. This is why I once again resurrected my blog. This is what I want to talk to you about: The Prophecies.
Thousands of years ago, there was a civilization called the Mayans. These were a fascinating people, and very gifted in the ways of prophecy, as well as calendar making. In fact, the Mayans were regarded as the best calendar makers in the world.
Recently, it came to the attention of the world that the Mayan long count calendar ended on December 21st, 2012. Many people assumed this meant the end of the world.
They were wrong.
It just meant the beginning of the end of the world.
As the Prophets of the Ancient and Unspeakable Ones foresaw, December 21st, 2013 is when the world will end.
They prophecied that the Nug-Shohab (the Great Headless One) would return from his 10,000 year slumber on December 21st, 2012. He would wreak havoc for one year, until it would finally end in utter destruction.
As any of you who own calendars know (unless you own a Mayan calendar, which ends at 2012), it is approaching that time. Over the last year, the world has been plunged into madness. But the liberal media won't report on it. The zombie outbreak in Northern California, for instance. There was not a single mention of it on CNN.
Or the Blood Wave in New York. Did Fox News report on it once? The answer is no.
That's why I'm here. The world needs to know what is going on.
People may not believe me, but I will still truthfully report what is going on. The Nug-Shohab will come. There is every reason to be afraid.
But in your fear, there is a lesson to learn. You can be thankful that you have something to fear for. So go, eat with your families. Enjoy your last days.
You have something to be fearful for. Be thankful.