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Welcome to the Maya Apocalypse Bizarro! Let’s Party!

by Tracy Vanity

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As the resident partial Maya, I felt it was my duty to represent my partial people by throwing a Maya Apocalypse party through Bizarro Central.

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First, the world is not going to end on December 21st, 2012. Y2K 2.0, surprise, surprise.

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The Maya calendar resets to 0, which means an epic new beginning, not a cataclysmic end. It’s like a mega-New Year except instead of it representing an end to 365 days, it’s an end of a B’ak’tun which equals 394 years!

The Maya are celebrating by conducting fire ceremonies and giving offerings to Mother Nature.

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But just because there won’t be giant fireballs hitting your city or zombies ripping into your delicious skull, doesn’t mean you can’t still celebrate yet another Apocalypse.

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To get you pumped for this year’s doomsday, I have complied an epic 21-song Maya Apocalypse Party soundtrack for your end-of-the-world enjoyment. This Maya Apocalypse Party soundtrack includes music from Tiny Tim, Nancy Sinatra, Deltron 3030, Nine Inch Nails, Pixies, Rudimentary Peni, David Bowie and more. There’s even a dark song in Mayan. The last video is my favorite!

BTW you can monitor the Apocalypse”LIVE UPDATES” via Russia Today.

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You should always live your life as if it’s the Apocalypse but this is Bizarro Central, I know you already do. See you on the other side!

7 responses

  1. The Mayan elders,on one hand, may have spoken this truth: http://www.trueactivist.com/what-the-mayan-elders-are-saying-about-2012/ For music, on the other hand, I find the music pieces by Xitotepec and Armando Guerra (the artist of the song that’s in a Mayan language, right?) irresistible.

    December 21, 2012 at 6:48 am

    • I hadn’t really listened to Maya music before putting together this compilation. I was happy to find a good one in Mayan. Glad you enjoyed it!

      It’s funny how many “Maya spiritual leaders” came out of the woodwork to mess with people. I wonder when the next apocalypse will be and if there will be one every year now.

      December 23, 2012 at 3:24 pm

    • Oops, for Xitotepec, I mean Musica Maya. My bad. (How come there are 5 responses instead of the easily-seen four?)

      December 25, 2012 at 5:01 am

      • such a beautiful litlte girl!!in one way i can’t believe she’s already 2 wks old and in another, i can’t believe it’s only been 2 wks!!!!!lovin that bath pic—dave could be a photographer for tmz or perez!!! ;c)

        March 21, 2014 at 11:24 pm

  2. The song in a Mayan language (the one involving the word jaguar, is it?) sounds like an earworm to me, both its music and the lyrics.

    December 21, 2012 at 7:11 am

    • Yeah the song with the jaguar is in Mayan. Earworm, nice! :) From the Spanish translation it’s about someone telling a Maya warrior not to cry because his tears will blind him from seeing the truth.

      December 23, 2012 at 3:19 pm

  3. Pingback: Maya and fake apocalypse | Dear Kitty. Some blog

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