posted on Feb, 28 2004 @ 11:52 AM
Originally posted by LeenBekkemaa
Yes well Byrd has closed her eyes for more things concerning PlanetX.
Planet X doesn't exist.
And 2012 is based upon two mayor civilisations, the Mayans and Egyptians.
Mayans only. Egyptians didn't say anything about 2012. And it's simply that the long count cycle ended. The actual Mayan writings don't say
anything about what happens then.
...just as we don't look at our calendars and say "Ohmygosh! Look at that! The calendar on the wall ends in December!!!! WARNING!!!! DANGER!!!
Next to this it isn't the end of the world, but a transformation of the conscienceness of menkind.
I heard this argument during the dawning of "the Age of Aquarius." Several dates were given, those dates came and passed, and there wasn't any
great mental shift in anything. And there won't be a sudden change of everyone's minds in 2012, either.
For the ones who read the Bible, Satan comes from hell after 1,000 years again.
I believe you're getting some of the verses mixed up. You're referring to the book of Revelation, and the (supposed) reign of Satan. However, if
you read the Bible, you'll see (Revelation 20: 1-17) that Jesus is supposed to come to earth, chain up Satan, rule for a thousand years. and then get
locked up forever after that thousand years.
No Apocalypse then, the Apocalypse will then happen at a later time.
Given that there's been no Apocalypse and the returning rule of Jesus for a thousand years (as is predicted in the Bible) I think you're rushing the
But.... you'll find that these frequent Global Consciousness Raising Events (let's see... the last two were supposed to be planetary alignment ones
and the one this summer is tied in with a Venus transit of the sun) are somewhat overrated. And after a few dozen yars of watching them, you'll find
yourself less impressed with the predictions.