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Looking Forward To Chaos

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posted on Aug, 17 2007 @ 02:12 AM
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I don't know if I have this in the right place, so if not...please move it to it's appropriate spot
Thanks!

I'm just wondering how many other people are actually looking forward to any sort of major event occurring?

Personally, I look forward to it.... It seems as though it's a need for change, like the 'Spiritual Awareness' people talk about. Or, perhaps it's just because I think life is dull and there are no more great adventures to be had. I was born to late. No great discoveries or inventions for me. Reinventing the wheel just doesn't seem all that fun.

So, I look forward to mass chaos and destruction in the hopes that I can be a part of the new. Is that a bad thing?


Every day I read ATS to see the latest news that you really won't see on Yahoo! I look for anything and everything that correlates with any sort of 'new beginning'. UFO's, 2012, solar flares, hell...even the NAU seems exciting right now...it might cause mass chaos in the US.

I haven't been able to determine if I'm a warped individual for wanting something to happen or if other people feel this need for change as well. Don't get me wrong, I love humanity...I don't want death and destruction, really. I want change and liberation ( the only word I can think of to describe the feeling). But I think that the death and destruction has to come for liberation to follow. *shrug*

Just wanting to know the thoughts of others. Thanks.




posted on Aug, 17 2007 @ 02:16 AM
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Of course we are all waiting for something to break us out of this drudgery



posted on Aug, 17 2007 @ 02:16 AM
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Of course we are all waiting for something to break us out of this drudgery



posted on Aug, 17 2007 @ 02:33 AM
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i would have to agree with you on this one, i to have been yearning for chaos and destruction, but i believe the reason is simple, it is because i have lived a boring dull life, no wars, no hardships. just looking out the window seeing the population slave away, growing in their own little realities of just obtaining more money and more materials then just dying out. its actually quite depressive knowing the fact that you are nothing but i tiny little ant in the colony who will be forgotten, and whos only existence was to push the super powers further ahead.

so by believing in world catastrohes that gives one hope in knowing that they will not just live a boring dull life, they will either die in huge catastrophe or survive and go on a huge adventure, and heck if most of the poplulation is wiped out then all the survivors will be of extreme importance. the only problem is, everyone thinks they are going to be that one survivor who makes it. the truth however is that if their is going to be huge destructive events sweeping the entire earth in the next few years, then most of the people are going to die, quickly for the most part

but overall i would still rather have a shot at survival, a shot at action, a shot at being something important, because otherwise my life will just continue on being boring, being the life that was set out before me,which is finding a mate, reproducing, and working til i am of no more use, then just turning back to dirt, at least by having crazy universe altering events sweep by we are all experiencing something new and we are all having the honor of being a part of something big, being a part of something that progresses the universe not just mankind

what a journey it would be if big things were to happen on 2012 etc, we would all be right in the middle of a huge and drastic change that would effect everything and just being a part of that in itself would be fullfilling enough for me, more fullfilling then just living a normal life could ever be



posted on Aug, 17 2007 @ 02:38 AM
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Maybe we are just spoiled though and dont know how good we really have it, is boredom a luxury?



posted on Aug, 17 2007 @ 02:40 AM
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man,you must have been reading my mind today... i debated if i should make a post like this or not today... and you did it for me. Ilook for the same,some kind of event that will change us all,more like forcing everyone to HAVE to get together and work with one another to survive as humans...but i'll make due with a revolution if it comes along... bored,and needing real change on this planet!

K.O.P.



posted on Aug, 17 2007 @ 02:46 AM
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Yes, Rabid.... Exactly!

I also think, and this might sound a bit odd, that I have a genetic disposition to this 'want'. I don't know, but it feels right. As though somewhere in my bloodline there is some sort of need for change. Like some sort of evolution.


I don't know...I do know that I am doing everything possible to survive anything possible.

And just for fun, I'd love some sort of 28 Days Later/Weeks Later event.



KOP....

Did you read one of the threads about something happening this month? Maybe some of us are just 'tuning in' to an event and I was meant to make this thread.... I know that a lot of people around me have been agitated, jumpy, and just 'weird' this week. Dunno. Maybe it's government ELF waves.

[edit on 8/17/2007 by CSkys]



posted on Aug, 17 2007 @ 02:47 AM
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Be careful what you ask for



posted on Aug, 17 2007 @ 02:52 AM
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well perhaps it is possible that we are part of the generation that is changing, and perhaps in our alot of humans dna we are wanting extreme change, i think i am really starting to notice this become strong in alot of people all around me including myself
i am not sure if it is actually something or dna is dictating us to do, or if we are just really bord with the world of the mundane, because i mean everyone watches alot of over the top action films and i can see how that would make us want chaos
but i think i just going to believe the world is coming to a huge change rather then thinking movies are brainwashing my mind



posted on Aug, 17 2007 @ 02:57 AM
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I personally can't wait for the opportunity to put my survival skills to the ultimate test.



posted on Aug, 17 2007 @ 02:57 AM
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Sorry, 420...I didn't see that comment about being spoiled.

We are spoiled. We're lazy, sad, sheeple. (well...not all of us) but you get my point.

The whole world is a sick, sad place. It desperately needs change.


Rabid....you know, I don't think it's TV or Movies. I haven't permitted TV in my home for over 6 years, so I know that isn't a factor. I did however, just see Die Hard 4.....great way to start the end of civilization prior to a natural disaster.

[edit on 8/17/2007 by CSkys]



posted on Aug, 17 2007 @ 03:02 AM
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I have to echo 420 on this one. Be careful what you wish for, cause you just may get it.

I understand the OP's feelings to a certain extent, but at the same time I think it is a bit insane and it reminds me of a young child who wishes for all kinds of things but has no idea what these things he wishes for really entails. Like every kid says "when I turn 18 I am leaving home, I will stay up all night and have parties all the time! It will be great!" Then he moves out and finds out that he has to have a job to pay rent. So he can't stay up all night cause he has to get up early to go to work. He had no idea how much responsibility being on his own really was. Dream vs Reality.

One on hand I think most of us are waiting for "something". It is my belief that a lot of these feelings have everything to do with the constant bombardment of fear and propaganda that we have been subjected to for the last several years. It is only natural that people will be waiting for the next big event, especially since we have been hearing about it non stop for the last 7 years.



posted on Aug, 17 2007 @ 03:12 AM
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This is true to Section8.

We really have no idea what it is that may be in store for us if something occurs.

I'm not sure if it is fear and bombardment of propaganda though (personally) as much as it is the continued expectation of complacency and the dumbing down of humanity.



posted on Aug, 17 2007 @ 03:13 AM
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What kind of change are you guys looking for ?

Nuclear war, you'd either be dead or iradiated and dying.

Meteor/comet Impact either dead, or struggling to survive in sub zero temperatures

Global Pandemic well Dead basically. And if your Immune all alone

Alien Invasion either Dead, enslaved or in some sort of freakish breeding programme for a sustainable food source for them...

I guarentee everyone who survived such an event would be praying to whatever god they believe in for their Microwave meals and their fix of TV and crowded commuter trains.

I know you want to test yourselve under adversity, all humans are natural survivors, well you can do that, pick an isolated area, get some survival gear and just do it, good idea to get some training first tho. Unless your Ray Mears the Bush Tucker Man or Ex Forces

Don't mean to put a downer on the thread, but a world without technology, is a harsh world where we're no longer top of the food chain. we have become too far removed from our roots as hunter/gatherers. Who knows it may better for us in the long run


Peace.....



posted on Aug, 17 2007 @ 03:18 AM
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yes humans truly have moved so far away from nature, thats why i dont think its crazy to believe that humans will be forced by the earth to go back to the earth, perhaps our loss of respect for the earth and our obvious dependancy on it will be retaught to us in an extremely harsh way



posted on Aug, 17 2007 @ 03:21 AM
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Well...Damn Rock.


I'm guessing 420 and Section8 are both nodding their heads in agreement. I can't say I disagree with your statements. It all makes perfect sense.

I do, however, think I'd rather die in any of those ways than from old age or chemtrails.

I'm very tech adept. It's my life, my job, my way of existence...while at the same time trying to balance natural elements. I would much rather return to natural ways, if that could be possible...and I'm pretty sure that's what I expect to occur. Again, I think it's something in my genetics. I'm just 'supposed' to live that way.

You're right though, Rock...I could just go off and live that way ( just doesn't seem as exciting)






[edit on 8/17/2007 by CSkys]



posted on Aug, 17 2007 @ 03:39 AM
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Yes I was nodding in agreement and Rock touches on some very good points.

I have to ask you guys...when was the last time your power was out? What happened? When I first moved to SC I couldn't believe how bad things got down here around winter time. They are not equipped to deal with ice/snow in the south. The first ice storm down here knocked power out for 5 days. I learned quickly how good I had it living in the north. I also realized without electricity I was screwed and could barely survive. Thats when I began giving more thought to what if scenarios. I am happy to say if the power went out again for any length of time, I'll be ok.

Having to survive is not as much fun as it may sound at times. Every single event Rock described (for the exception of an ET invasion) I would rather die. I used to think I would like to live through a nuclear attack, then I saw the movie "Threads" that someone on ATS posted and suggested. The movie was much like "The Day After Tomorrow" but it spent much MUCH more time dealing with the aftermath of nuclear attack. If a nuclear attack were to happen and I had some foreknowledge, I would try to get as close to the point of impact as possible in hopes of a quick and relatively painless death.



posted on Aug, 17 2007 @ 03:48 AM
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Good point...

I'm from PA, live in the mountains, snow/ice storms, constant power outages (even in the summer). We're used to it, so no big deal....put the food outside, kerosene heaters, bottled water, candles.

Of course my family is a high tech one, so we stress over no internet but it's not a necessity.

However, after more thought...let me take back the nuclear attack one...I don't think I want to survive that one either.



posted on Aug, 17 2007 @ 03:55 AM
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survival is complete hell i have gone on survival trips alone in the rocky mountains, and it is a constant strain both emotionally and physically, if anyone is planning on survival then you defiantley need to to start studying like crazy but also going out and actually living whut you study because it is alot harder then whut most think, i would have to say anyones best bet would be to get with a survival group of 10 or more people and actually go on trips together seeing how things will work out etc
i think however in the face of global disaster survival will deeply depend on raw luck, but concerning any world changing events i would rather believe something was going to happen rather then believing nothing was going to happen
and if i am to die i dont believe it will be an end but perhaps a new start with afterlife or whutever and if it is not then it wont matter because i will be dead and non-existant, to me the worse thing that could happen is nothing, just the world carrying on with its main course and the dull life of the average human being, being relived over and over again



posted on Aug, 17 2007 @ 04:16 AM
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Did you read one of the threads about something happening this month? Maybe some of us are just 'tuning in' to an event and I was meant to make this thread.... I know that a lot of people around me have been agitated, jumpy, and just 'weird' this week. Dunno. Maybe it's government ELF waves.


yea seems like a tunning of some sort... like how animals can feel things are wrong around them....thats how i feel,like something just isnt right.. and something is going to make a big difference in all of our lives.... we'll have to sit... wait... and see what happens.



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