reply to post by monkey_descendant
The last few years preparing yourself for dying?
I believe that a lot of people, inside, are subconsciouly becoming more accepting of death, as you and I, because hidden deep in the collective
conscience of humans and hidden in our collective ancestral history is the kowledge of what is about to come, like animals know before an
An event that has happened before and before and before that, we all know of it, we make up fanciful stories of magical men and we pass it off as
religion and myth. Even make up stories to cover the truth, for if society was based on the Truth, instead of these misconceptions it is based on
today, it would have either ceased to funtion by now because everyone knew death was coming, or it would be intensely focused on survival.
Look for the common threads in everything, in every tale from every nation and every peoples past, see through the misinterpretations of ancients
languages and vocabularies.
I suggest starting with the one civilisation that wasnt taintd with our idiocy until late, ancient mayan temples were only discovered in the 1900's,
the remain from a civilsation that is thousands of years old, the people of the civilsation were very focused on astronomy and were so meticulous in
their caculations and obsrvations that they constructed a calander that begins a over a thousand years before they built it and ends thousands of
years after. Study up on these dudes, these were no primal savages, they weren't thick, they had a grasp on maths and astronomy that we only possess
now. Put it this way, our calander is adjusted by one day every four years, theirs is adjusted by one day every 180 000 years! And that aint no #
niether. It is ancient now and is still accurate within minutes of actual galactic coordinates of earth.
They based everything they knew on this time cycle, they say when the calander comes full circle and starts anew, so does everything else. They knew
because their ancestors had seen it the time when it happened last, and so begun a civilisation based upon the truth about that event.
Exodus, Admonitions, Holy Bible all speak of it, greek, Scandanavian, Egyptian, Aboriginal, Mayan, Hopi, Maori Jewish, Sumarian and most other peoples
belief systems all speak of it, ancient myths and ledgends abound with global catasrophy. And we scoff.
We do not understand that even though we are advanced, the Earth, and The Solar System and the Galaxy and everything in it, are very real things, and
they go round and round, and every so often, when things get close, when things line up, when magnetic fields oppose, when celestial events are
visible to ALL, catasrophy. It's in front of our face in all of the above. Blatantly staring.
Massive continent-changing earthquakes, intense storms and super volcanoes are on the forcast in every one of the above.
"The second coming", makes me think that Christ was a celestial event, the star in the sky, that will come again. The event (Christ) didnt "turn
water into wine", it put iron in the air from magnetic disruption and the rusted iron turned the water redish and made you sick when you drank it.
Misinterpretation, intentional or not, is throughout the tales.
Even though biased study isnt good, I suggest you study everything you can with the idea in your head that what I speak is real. Once you'veconvinced
yourself try do study up and disprove it to yourself, you will see.
Look at the end date of the mayan long-count calander (known because the calander depicts astonomical positioning), the date is of course dec 21st
2012, look at what the alignment between our sun and the galaxy will be as viewed from Earth.
We are about to pass over the magnetic cortex of our galaxy centre, and thus our north pole will be pointing in the direction of galactic south.
Pole change time. Not good.