reply to post by dk3000
Hello! First off, thank you for the acknowledgment.
In all fairness, I'm not really seeking anyone's trust. Please don't take that statement the wrong way. This thread is simply for people who have
a difficult time sorting through so much of the doomsday rhetoric (including NWO) in order to find any ray of hope, or even a loose understanding of
the factors that come into play. I'm most certainly not attempting to pass off this information as fact, but I'm not about to call someone who has
studied the earths magnetic properties for over 40 years a liar. I'm interested in those who have done the research more than those who have a "bad
feeling about this one."
Edgar Cayce, whom I adore, saw the US covered by water. Nebraska was the new coast line for Pete's sake! Sounds pretty grim.
I am not a believer in any apocalyptic prediction. We're sitting on this spinning planet, going about our business, and making the best of it.
That said, a giant comet could crash into us and end our civilization. Maybe, one day, that will happen. There are people who are paid to monitor the
activity within our known universe. There were a couple of objects, discovered a month or so ago, traveling (alarmingly) in line on a collision
course with earth. For a minute, the hired geeks held their breath while they deliberated in their government funded observatory. This is a true
story. They actually thought that we were, possibly, in big trouble. But, they realized that both comets would miss. One of those comets was
expected to arrive in 2040. I can't remember the date of the other.
My point is...
If someone were to ask me if there was a comet on its way toward earth, I would say no. Not because I don't believe in comets. Not because I don't
believe that the world will eventually come to a screeching halt (after all, the sun IS a star, and stars burn out). I would dismiss the worry of a
comet based on what we, human beings inhabiting earth, are able to witness with our own two eyes. Based on the information at hand, that I have no
reason to doubt (due to the motives of the researchers), I would rule it out.
If you ask a UFO enthusiast, who firmly believes that aliens regularly visit our planet and abduct human beings for weird experiments, this person may
tell you that cattle mutilations are absolute proof of Alien activity.
Ask a zoologist and they'll tell you that a cow carcass swells in the desert climate. The eyes and reproductive organs of the animal have been
plucked out by carnivorous birds that immediately eat the tender spots on the dead cow (due to easy access). There is no question in the zoologist's
mind because they have a perfect understanding of the circumstances. They've simply seen it time and time again. It's familiar territory; not
So, indulge the conspiracy theorist all you want...
but so many facts are at hand.
The way we observe the Maya civilization can be seen from different perspectives as well. They sacrificed human beings to invisible gods!
Were they more in touch with the planet than we are? Maybe.
They didn't have much of a choice in the matter... they had yet to invent indoor plumbing.
It's just too easy to say that ancient civilizations must have known something that we don't. We have yet to invent the time machine that can take
us back there and really figure out what they were up to. We're pretty sure that they didn't have a Hubble telescope. That's a fact. With that
in mind, common sense would suggest that doomsday would seem a bit more vague to the Mayas than it would to us.
The NWO is a crazy one. I've read the books and have had seemingly endless hours of conversation with people who are thorough believers.
What's the advantage? Money? World domination? Really??
We've only got 80 years each. Why go through the trouble?