posted on Aug, 24 2008 @ 05:24 PM
I just did a Google search within ATS for "25,600 years" and only one result came up. That's pretty depressing in the sense that I feel like a lot
of ATSers don't even realize what happens, astronomically, on or around Dec. 21 2012.
To sum it up quickly: The Earth and the sun(? maybe all the planets) pass through the geographic center of the milky way galaxy.
The following is my opinion, with a little bit of truth thrown in there:
I personally believe that the universe was created, built, or whatever, through fractal engineering. A fractal is "a rough or fragmented geometric
shape that can be split into parts, each of which is (at least approximately) a reduced-size copy of the whole."
Everything in nature is achieved through fractal engineering. Do a google image search for "fractals in nature" to get a few good examples. But
the most common ones people know are snowflakes, seashells, clouds and mountains.
Of course, fractal engineering is not just limited to this planet, it's how the entire universe works. If you were to look at a snapshot of the
entire universe, and then zoom in on any particular part of that picture, it would look, in essence, like the greater picture of the entire
Now, pretend that the Universe is a giant sphere and we are living on the surface of it. On Dec. 21, 2012, the Earth will move through the geographic
center of the milky way galaxy, to the other side--an event that occurs once every 25,600 years. Think of this as moving across the equator on planet
What happens when you cross the equator? The most common example people give is that when you flush a toilet, the water spins the other way. When
you're exactly on the equator, water goes straight down and doesn't spin at all. This occurs with sinks, drains, toilets, etc.
We are crossing the "equator" of the milky way galaxy on Dec. 21, 2012. When we cross the equator on Earth, changes do occur. Who is to say that
"nothing will happen" on Dec. 21 2012? If changes occur when you pass over the equator on planet Earth, then why would there not be any changes
when you pass over the "equator" on the Milky Way Galaxy?
Some people believe poles will shift, other believe entire continents will shift in a matter of minutes. I don't believe things that drastic will
occur, but I believe something will happen. We'll just have to wait and see.
Let's hear some of your opinions!