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Originally posted by NGC2736
reply to post by Vasa Croe
While this :merging" may be a fact, there are some other facts that are not brought out here. Cosmic events seldom happen in a time frame that is observable by humans. We pass through life too quickly to see anything more than history.
Source | Mondovista | Doomsday in 2012?: Viewzone
OK. This has been a "light weight" description of what's going to happen. It has been simplified to the point where some scholars and scientists could argue about my presentation. But the main facts are true. The date, December 21, 2012, is a special day. It represents the maximum possible influences for solar flares that the universe can provide. Undoubtedly the Mayans, or the civilization that influenced them, somehow knew about these things.
Over the last decade, I have written a variety of stories about such things as underground cities and government actions that could only make sense if there were no future. I cannot help but think that maybe they, like the Mayans, know about these things.
Source | Viewzone | Scientists Now Know: We're Not From Here!
This grand turning is possibly the root cause for the discontinuation of the Mayan calendar (the most accurate on the planet) because the 'read-point' of the Pleiades star cluster, which many believe the calendar was based upon, can no longer be a constant as we begin to steer away from the earlier predictable movements.
Very infrequently does a truly superb behind-the-curtain story come across my computer screen. This weekend I was fortunate to receive such an impressive gift. This free online manuscript by Dan Eden of Viewzone.com describing his personal experiences with HAARP, NSA, petrogyphs, Ark of the Covenant, orbs, vortices, and sacred sites, to name only a few, is mesmerizing and better than any fiction novel I have recently read. Though longer than your bathroom or morning coffee break (approximately 160 pages when printed out) it is well worth the time it takes to assimilate the entire message in one sitting. I couldn't stop turning page after page until I came to his last words, "Keep your eyes open." So I highly recommend you either read it off the web site or print it out and read it, but read it. But be warned, it is highly addictive, entertaining, and most importantly, enlightening. And according to the author...all true!