Anonymous asked: Do you really believe in "End of the world prophecies"? They have been around since the dawn of mankind. Early man thought eclipses were the sign of doom. Of course we know early man was wrong. The Mayan calendar is just the end of a calendar. What comes at the end of the calender a new year, a new decade, a new age or perhaps the transit from house of astrology to another. So, do you believe the U.S. is going to destroy itself? What do you believe? Have you heard of the Yugas?
Nope, I don’t believe ”end of the world” prophecies. I’m certain Earth will eventually be destroyed when it’s swallowed up by the dying Sun (or perhaps when it’s knocked into the sun or fractured by a piece of space debris like a meteor or comet).
Humans will either destroy ourselves (extinction), or evolve into new critters (speciation).
None of these things will happen as a result of supernatural sources, including a god, gods or God.
I’ll google Yugas, but I’m a rationally-minded person and not likely to believe in prophecies, astrology or supernatural/religious stuff.