What Mayan calenda,Ramtha and French Village Bugarach Have In Common? The End Of The World Apparetnly


The 2012 is near.

The mother of all mothers prophesy is coming.

Are you afraid?

If you are 

Go to small French village population 189

This tiny place is The Place to be on 12/21/2012 .

Apparently that day only save place on Earth is Bugarach in southwestern France.

via ca.news.yahoo.com The tiny southern French hamlet of Bugarach has drawn scrutiny from a government sect watchdog over droves of visitors who believe it is the only place in the world that will survive a 2012 Apocalypse.

A report by the watchdog, Miviludes, published on Wednesday said the picturesque village near Carcassonne should be monitored in the run-up to December 21, 2012, when many believe the world will end according to an ancient Mayan prophecy.

Miviludes was set up in 2002 to track the activity of sects, after a law passed the previous year made it an offence to abuse vulnerable people using heavy pressure techniques, meaning sects can be outlawed if there is evidence of fraud or abuse.Read more

 

Bugarach, with a population of just 200, has long been considered magical, partly due to what locals claim is an “upside-down mountain” where the top layers of rock are older than the lower ones.

The Internet is awash with myths about the place — that the mountain is surrounded by a magnetic force, that it is the site of a concealed alien base, or even that it contains an underground access to another world.

And now many have seized on it as the ultimate refuge with Doomsday rapidly approaching.

Alerted to an influx of visitors by the mayor of Bugarach, Fenech said he recently visited the area, and found six settlements in the surrounding countryside set up by members of the American Ramtha School of Enlightenment. Read more

 The Ramtha School of Enlightenment is described as  New Age movement.

J.Z.Knight  the founder is claiming  that the entity named Ramtha a 35,000-year old disembodied entity from an ancient civilization, was  channeling  through her. 

Ramtha has been teaching her the truth about the reality of the world, 

via ca.news.yahoo.com Climate and environmental fears, anxiety over pandemics after the 2009 swine flu outbreak, and the earthquake disaster in Japan are all reinforcing the idea of the Mayan calendar, Fenech said.

Among the groups highlighted in the report, the Ramtha movement is said to be focussing on southwestern France to spread its message, the report said.

Among the groups highlighted in the report, the Ramtha movement is said to be focussing on southwestern France to spread its message, the report said.

Founded by J.Z. Knight, the group claims to follow the mystic teachings of Ramtha, a Lemurean warrior who fought the residents of the mythical Atlantis 35,000 years ago, and is said to have discovered the secret of immortality.Read more

From Mayan calendar to Ramtha we sure put lot of beliefs into the questionable sources.