“This new date is supported by factual evidence gleaned from an archaeological dig along the Northern straits of the Central Valleys region in Oaxaca, Mexico. We found a tomb dating back to 1424, and it includes an addendum to the previous Mayan apocalypse calendar. We think that the people who made the initial calculation had to go back to the drawing room and come up with another date for doomsday because they discovered further constellations in the sky. The Mayans were a very advanced race of people and utilised the planetary movements in the sky to divulge what would happen in the future,” one of the archeologists, Samuel Draco, told Reuters.
Conspiracy theorists all over the internet are now talking about the coming apocalypses and preparing for the end.
“We could have two apocalypses, which ever it is I got me some beans and tins of soup. If everything is destroyed twice over, then I can at least have those things huh,” Tony Matterhorn, a survivalist from Detroit, Michigan told ABC news.
Some experts have doubted the new findings and think that the Mayan apocalypse could happen three hours after New Year’s eve EST.
“We believe that Draco’s team have got it wrong completely, and our charts suggest another time for the apocalypse. Give or take a few minutes, we will soon find out when the end of the world happens to us all,” Dan Blanchard, a researcher from Boston, Massachusetts, MIT told the Boston Times.
Either way, there are going to be a lot of severely disappointed people soon.