posted on Jan, 10 2009 @ 03:14 AM
I real group. Powerful people like to hang-out. Big shock there.
Doesn't exist and hasn't existed in centuries. Get over it.
>>-Research Phoenix Lights
What's this got to do with the price of tea in China? Research Lonnie Zamora? Research Betty and Barney Hill? Research Antonio Villa Bollas?
Research Travis Walton? Research Roswell? Research Fatima?
Dude, unless you are personally being abducted by aliens (and even then they have the common courtesy of erasing people's conscious memory of them)
UFOs' really don't matter a great deal at all.
Why you think the Phoenix Lights event is more significant and any of the thousands and thousands of other UFO events in history is the big mystery to
>>-Research 9/11 and WTC7
Airplanes, flown by terrorists, crashed planes into buildings. A very sad story and, also, sadly, the end of that story.
>>-Research John Hutchinson
John Hutchinson is a sometimes hoaxer and past paranormal experiencer. He can't reproduce any of his previous work. None of it can be reproduced in
a laboratory setting under scientific protocols. For practical purposes they guy produced and recorded some poltergeist activity a long time ago.
Once again I ask, what does this have to do with anything?
Ok, did that, now what?
Yep, did that. What's next?
>>-Research [no brainer] 2012
I did. After intensive research I discovered that the year 2012 is the year after 2011 and th eyear before 2013. During that year major events will
occur. There will be natural disasters, wars, and major political events. Of course, then again, that sort of thing happens every year, so it
doesn't make that year particularly special.
Some have noted that the Mayan calendar 'ends' on that date. How they know that sort of thing, I kind of wonder. Others note that the Maya
calendar 'rolls over on that date'. Again, I wonder how they know that too. I wonder does the Maya calendar account for leap years, leap seconds,
the many calendar adjustments that have occurred over the course of thousands of years? Just how accurate is this thing? How do we know we are
reading it right?
What evidence is there that the Mayans indicated that *anything* is 'supposed to happen in 2012'? Really, really, the answer is none? Color me
2012 is an election year. Did the Mayans know that?
2012 will be far less significant an eschatolgoical event than was the turn of the millennium.
I would suggest, not that you prepare disaster or disappointment, I would suggest your prepare for businesses as usual on that date. I give you a
money back guarentee that this will be the case.
Who am I? Oh, just someone who read an ancient Sumerian text and interpreted it to mean that thing that I just said. Look, if that level of
scholarly and intellectual evidence is enough for everything else that forms your belief system, why change now?
Old, dead, people. A dead language. A wacko nut job who does not, nay cannot, know what the heck anything they ever wrote actually says,
nevertheless, claims their ancient scribbles, doodles, drawings, and myths are, in fact, modern technological artifacts and concepts.
Hey, if you are willing to believe that I can find some other things I can sell you on too....