Probably not left on Earth to say TGIF this week. Maya did not buy it. At least the people who live in the city of Merida, Mexico, no. Also no one in the town of Maya Yaxuna. They know their ancestors left in the calendar these free basic parts - the end of an era and heralding a new - but they think we're all going to die. Read more: Be honest, the end of the world seems kind of interesting "This is the time. We were lucky to see how it ends, "says Stephen Santos sa Yaxuna wood carver, a sleepy village of less than 700 Maya, located in the territory once owned by an ancient empire built around 2000 BC Dismantling judgment: Mayan calendar Mystery of the Mayan calendar 'Doomsday preppers' ready for final Villagers cash in front of the 'Day of Judgment' He felt it was an important event and expect the beginning of a new era. He was not afraid. "A lot of people say it's the end of the world, but we do not believe that," he said. Read more: China cracks 'Doomsday cult' People living in villages as they have, prefer built-handed, palm-thatch hut and concrete building tortilla cake with an open fire. For those who are more optimistic than the Mayans, the "official" site in the United States collected links to all the articles of the resurrection and the internet users can consume video. December212012.com also offers tips on advertising for survival and necessary gear - gas mask from the first aid kit and hand-crank radio. Comments welcome on his Facebook page, which has over 14,000 likes, and the owner of the website "John" from near Louisville, Kentucky, sending tweets under the handle @ December212012. At the end of the world Facebook page - including links dark superstitions and user comments - John has admitted that he did not really believe the world will end on Friday, but thought that might be the dawn of a new era that may include some fixes for the world. This is a new era, however, may require a good bit of destruction as well. John asked the poster to not take it all too seriously. "PLEASE PEOPLE ... I ask you not to overreact or make any rash decisions on December 21 ... Anyone who knows anything about prophecy in 2012, including myself, believe that the world will end, "says the Facebook page. Opinion: The Maya collapse - can we? Gunmaker Ryan Croft in Asheville, North Carolina, did not take the predictions seriously. He has developed a special assault rifles appear the signs of the devastation hides around the corner. He did not think life on Earth will end with a full Friday. "I did not plan for the world to go," said CNN affiliate WHNS Croft. However, he thought the day could mark the beginning introduced by the disaster. It may call for drastic measures, says Croft. New rifle, a hybrid of the AR-15 and AK-47, designed for easy use, the Gulf War veteran says. Problems can occur in the United States in the midst of economic disaster, he thought. "I teach about economic collapse and how it actually viewing the field," he said. "People want to act like it did not happen or did not happen, and it happens all over the world on fire today .." With the proper way to live, also teaches Croft family how to live in alternative sources of food, such as algae, pure rats and earthworms live. Although somewhat dated 12/21/12 is similar to western calendar, the Maya version of the events told in different ways. These ancient people measured time cycle called the "baktuns" of 394 years each, and the winter solstice coming Friday will mark the end of the 13th Baktun. Some analyze the calendar says the end date of the period is not Friday, but Sunday. Mayan calendar is based on the positions of celestial bodies - the sun, moon and stars - and is intended to inform people about the Mayan agriculture and economic trends, said archaeologist Alfredo Barrera. NASA will also weigh things, by posting on the website reveals that the world does not end on Friday. "This is another winter solstice," said NASA. "Back and claim the end of the world quickly unravel when pinned down during 2012." On Thursday afternoon in the eastern United States - Friday throughout Asia - the space agency said it has identified "unusual" and that it was expected a few normal days. Read more: Hotel is ready for the end of the world The Harp of a disaster occurring from carving stone monument called Maya 6, was made in 700 AD, which predict a major event at the end of this Baktun, Barrera said. But the missing half of the tablet is broken, so one can only speculate about what might complete message. Whatever it is, it's not about the end of the world, he said. "We do not prophecy or word associated with the end of the world just mentioned God ..." Barrera said he believed hullabaloo about the end of the world is whipped by speculation online - and he felt a little stupid. Merida, Maya priest held Valerio Canche ancient rituals to honor the dead in light of the upcoming end of the 13th Baktun. "It is considered close Maya cycle of time," he said. "But, of course, the cycle (14 Baktun) started the next day for Maya, not the end of the world ..." If you are reading this on Thursday, remember that this Friday in New Zealand, and it's still on the map. If it's Friday, looking out the window can be fantastic. If it's Saturday, and there were no major disaster has occurred and relax and go to celebrate the beginning of the 14th Baktun in the Maya.