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Two years from now, on Dec. 21, 2012, the world will end, assuming you believe the Mayan calendar. And, if you believe some of the believers, one of the only places to escape Armageddon is a tiny village in southwestern France, whose mayor is threatening to call out the army if New Age survivalists converge.
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As the London Daily Telegraph explains, the farming village of Bugarach (pop. 189) sits beneath the highest mountain in the Corbières wine-growing region, which New Agers believe is an "alien garage" filled with extraterrestrials who will take a few humans with them at the end.
Already people are scouting Bugarach for signs of alien activity. Although most mayors would envy his tourism troubles, Jean-Pierre Delord says, "We risk having a flood from all the corners of the earth."
"This is no laughing matter," the mayor said. "If tomorrow 10,000 people turn up, as a village of 200 people we will not be able to cope. I have informed the regional authorities of our concerns and want the army to be at hand if necessary come December 2012."
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A visit to Bugarach is said to have inspired Steven Spielberg in his film, Close Encounters of the Third Kind – although the actual mountain he used is Devil's Tower in Wyoming. It is also where Jules Verne found the entrance and the inspiration for A Journey to the Centre of the Earth. Recently, however, interest in the site had skyrocketed, said the mayor, with online UFO websites, many in the US, advising people to seek shelter in Bugarach as the countdown to Armageddon commences.
Made of limestone with galleries of caves beneath it, the peak is a geological oddity, since its top layers are millions of years older than its bottom ones, making it an "upside down mountain". The peak of Bugarach has been shrouded in mystery, with various claims that it houses aliens in cavities beneath the rock.
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