Doomsdayers Flock To Serbian Mountain Believed To Contain Alien Pyramid

There seems to be a good old fashioned mystic mountain battle brewing between Mount Rtanj and France’s Pic de Bugarach. The Telegraph reports:

Hotel owners around the pyramid-shaped Mount Rtanj, a supposedly mystical mountain in the east of the Balkan country, say that bookings are flooding in, with believers who are convinced that the end of a Mayan calendar heralds the destruction of the world hoping that its purported mysterious powers will save them from the apocalypse.

Adherents of the end-of-the-world scenario think the 5,100ft-high mountain, part of the Carpathian range, conceals a pyramidal building inside, left behind by alien visitors thousands of years ago. Arthur C Clarke, the British science fiction writer, reportedly identified the peak as a place of “special energy” and called it “the navel of the world”.

“In one day we had 500 people trying to book rooms. People want to bring their whole families,” said Obrad Blecic, a hotel manager. Doomsday cultists believe that it emits special energy that could be channeled to protect them from the end of life as we know it.

[continues in the Telegraph]

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  • Matt Staggs
  • BuzzCoastin

    if there is an Apocalypse
    do you really want to survive without Starbucks & Netflix?

    well
    got go inflate my doomsday raft
    w/ satellite internet, big screen, ac & power bailing
    and my Twitter set for stun

    • Calypso_1

      I think I can still make coffee from roasted gallbladders.

      • BuzzCoastin

        yeah, but can ya get the skim milk ~60C for your late
        or a $3 biscotti?

        • Calypso_1

          I take it black and can make biscotti out of bone meal and sweat meat. As violence is the ultimate denominator of currency I will charge gory mutilation & carnage in exchange for whatever I want post-Apocalypse.

  • 1plakat

    seems legit