Mayan Armageddon tourists flock to ANOTHER mountain which believers say houses an ‘alien pyramid with magic powers’
With just several days to go before the Mayan apocalypse supposedly casts Earth into oblivion, time is running out for believers to find alien salvation.
But for those who have failed to book their spot in the shadow of France’s Pic de Bugarach – apparently home to an extra-terrestrial mothership that will pluck believers to safety – there is another peak with similar powers.
Nestled deep within Serbia’s Carpathian mountain range, Mount Rtanj is thought to house a ‘pyramidal’ structure left behind by alien visitors thousands of years ago that will emit a powerful force field at the moment of Armageddon, protecting those in its vicinity.
Popular British science fiction writer Arthur C Clarke reportedly believed the peak contained a ‘special energy’ and labelled it ‘the navel of the world’.
Mount Rtanj has long been believed to have mystical powers. According to legend, a wizard lived in a great castle at its summit, guarding a hoard of buried treasure.
The castle is now gone, replaced by a small chapel to Patron Saint of England Saint George. The chapel, however, was destroyed by treasure hunters in the trying to unearth the hidden gold.
Hotel owners around the pyramid-shaped Mount Rtanj, say that bookings are flooding in, with believers in the prophecy hoping that its purported mysterious powers will save them from the apocalypse.
Predictions of an apocalypse are linked to the fact that the 5,125-year-old calendar of the ancient Mayans, who dominated large stretches of southern Mexico and Central America centuries ago, comes to an end on Dec 21.
Mayan civilization, and Mayans themselves, say people have wrongly interpreted the meaning of the calendar and that it will not herald the world’s obliteration.
But that has not stopped fears that the end of the world from spreading panic among the credulous across the world.
Source and author: ActualMediaa Mayan