I think maya’s predictions about this year are very misunderstood, in December 21 the world is not going to end. That date only represents the rise of the Sixth Sun (“Sexto Ahau”), which is the beginning of a period of 5200 years. That was represented in a message in stone (The “seven maya’s predictions”), which contents elements of death, but also elements of hope.
My interpretation about this matter is that I think there is no way in the course of this year that the world will come to an end. I believe there is a lot of ignorance or despair in people that believe it. So I think that we’ll have a happy new year 2013, and so on until we all die. Thirteen years later, in 1999, there was a lot of people who committed suicide because they thought the world was coming to an end in 2000.
I think this is definitely impossible to happen. The only thing I believe as possible to happen is the same thing that occurred in 1999: there will be a lot a people committing suicide near December 21, because of the inevitable coming of the end of the world.
But if we, as humanity, were confirmed about the coming of the end of the world in December, the remaining time that I have, I think I would be spending my time traveling, meeting the places that I always wanted to. I would go to Macchu Picchu, Brazil (especially traveling into Amazonas), East Europe (I’ve always wanted to meet Prague, and Rumania too), Asia (especially ancient China, Thailand and Japan), and every other places that I’ve wanted to go, but can’t name in this blog entry because are too many to remember all of them.