posted on Aug, 27 2008 @ 06:17 AM
Yes yes reality is a constant and static thing that never ever will change no matter what you say or do, and it isn't at all infinitely possible in
this static universe to say something in hopes that it doesn't happen. We all want our horrible predictions to come true so some bugaboo (haha) can
revel in how wrong he is and how dead lots of people are and so we sit there in horror and disbelief.
There's a good message in what Mr. Collier is saying, and I think early on he might have been wanting to make people pay attention, and the only
people who paid attention back then were basically new agers and in the early 90s, predictions were a HUGE draw in the alternative research community,
from what I can gather...
Either way, if you are blind to the core of what he is saying, then you may not be ready to grow up. You may be looking to nitpick and find the
differences in everything and make fun of things like a little tiny child, but in the end it is you who loses out because you are looking to believe
in something-anything, so long as they can show you an alien foot and a dna sample and a signature from an official at Stanford University saying
"you can believe this now, there little unknowing lamb".
Then just don't pay attention. What a waste of time debunking and skepticism is! Either take the information and consider it, or go be a banker or
something! Why bother starting threads like this? Who benefits except for people looking to pat each other on the back about how great their
confortable version of reality is.
If I told you I was gunna eat a chicken sandwich tomorrow at noon, I might not do that, even though it's an idea I have... and I think existece works
the same way... always evolving in relation to the evolution of everything contained within it.
So great Alex Collier wastes money to impress nobody. Good for him. He's doing something he feels strongly about, it seems. If he is delusional, at
least he did something instead of nothing. I got his message. Did you?
I predicted WW3 would start in early fall of 2009 once based on a vision I had. If it doesn't happen, even better. So what? It's out there now. Just
one person's thoughts can tip the scale and change the whole outcome of the world. Thoughts shape reality. So if everyone who heard his predictions
went "whoa we don't want that", maybe that's why he was given the information to tell. So it wouldn't become reality. So people would want the
opposite when they heard it.
Although, you won't listen to reason, OP. I can tell. You've already trashed a man with a wonderful message. Ya know, Jesus didn't save the world
like he was supposed to. In that aspect, he was a false prophet... but he did have a great message to teach the world. Doesn't matter who writes or
proclaims it. If it's a good piece of info, it's a good piece of info.