Check out this article which was published in the Daily Mail yesterday:

– Rush of converts to remote hilltop village said to be only place to survive

– Concerns over increased activity of Apocalyptic groups across France

The French government has warned of the risk of mass suicides in the country by people who believe the world will self-destruct next year.

Recent disasters – including the earthquake in Japan – as well as anxiety over pandemics and economic concerns – are creating a global climate of fear, which for some are omens of impending doom.

The hamlet of Bugarach, in the south of France, has attracted the attention of a government watchdog which monitors cults and suspicious spiritual activities.

Bugarach – and the rocky outcrop of Pic de Bugarach – have had an influx of New Age visitors in recent months who believe it is the only place in the world which will survive an Apocalypse on December 21, 2012.

This is the date when many believe the world will end according to an ancient Mayan prophecy.

The theory has taken root around the world but seems to have been most widely embraced in France.

A report published yesterday by watchdog Miviludes said the picturesque village near Carcassonne should be monitored in the lead-up to the end of 2012.

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