A car past a traffic sign saying "Rtanj" in the Serbian mountain of Rtanj, some 220km (140 miles) southeast of Belgrade, Serbia, Friday, Dec. 21, 2012. Though the Mayans never predicted outright that the world would end Friday, some New Agers are convinced that the apocalypse is indeed coming Dec. 21, 2012, the supposed end of a 5,125-year Mayan calendar. While descendants of the ancient Mayans in Mexico are facing the date with a calm conviction that life will go on, a frenzy has gripped others across the world, drawing them to several spots said to promise survival. Mayan doomsday cultists are flocking to Mount Rtanj, a pyramidal peak in Serbia, which they believe may have the power to save them on December 21.(AP Photo/Darko Vojinovic)
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