Jug·ger·naut > [juhg-er-nawt, -not]
1. A literal or metaphorical force regarded as mercilessly destructive and unstoppable, an unstoppable antagonist, an unbeatable opponent!
2. A large, overpowering, destructive force or object, one that destroys or that demands complete self-sacrifice
3. A crude idol of Krishna worshiped at Puri and throughout Orissa and Bengal. At an annual festival the idol is wheeled through the town on a gigantic chariot and devotees are supposed to have formerly thrown themselves under the wheels.
The first activities of The Juggernauts on the planet Earth were sighted towards the end of 2010. Reportedly, they have been summoned by higher unknown forces who send them to earth with the mission to ward off the 2012 Apocalypse which the Mayas already predicted over 5000 years ago. The Juggernauts succeeded in their mission and doomsday was postponed indefinitely.
However, the increase of conflicts between human tribes around the world, which come with staggering and unspeakable atrocities and destruction, the unceasing pollution and poisoning of the planet earth and her seas, and thus the accelerating systematic extinction of it’s global fauna and flora, are all signs on the wall that mankind is still on the way to self-destruction.