Hey, i'm sorta new here, and i'm very interested in the subject of 2012 (The end of the world), and i want to learn/read more about it. Is there any
recommended books on this topic? Or anywhere i can start?
I advise you start with Some credible prophets like
Then start to look at the many religions that depict this 2012 pending event. But PLEASE understand that this is not the end of the world, but the
start of a new one- "Enlightenment"
Let your mind stretch when you read these things, and really question what you consider to be fact. You have to keep in mind who "makes the facts
and makes the fiction"
True Hallucinations ; The Invisible Landscape ; The Archaic Revival by Terence McKenna
2012: The Return of Quetzalcoatl by Daniel Pinchbeck
Both authors talk alot about psychedelic drugs since they believe in the expansion of consciousness approach to this whole idea, so just a little
warning. The Pinchbeck book is the most recent, McKenna died in 2000. I highly suggest reading/listening/watching anything you can with Terence
McKenna. He has a way of sounding like a genius while being completely modest.
At the moment, I'm almost finished a book called Apocolypse 2012 by Lawrence E. Joseph which I have found very interesting. Lawrence E. Joseph is a
journalist & science consultant (?) and looks at all perspectives on 2012 from the Mayans, geophysicists, astronomers and psychics and theories such
as interstellar energy clouds, the earths magnetic field and solar radiation.
Although the author writes most of the book in a very unbiased way, somewhere near the end of the book you get the very strong impression that he
believes we are headed for major disaster.
iam wondering if the correct date maybe this one??
i know about THIS particular date--i am not good a seeing the dates of things to come--but something about THIS date I really think i DO see
a US bomb is dropped on Egypt. it has something to do with protecting Israel in some way. more? i do not know nor understand.
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