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posted on May, 23 2010 @ 10:27 AM
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\there is some research to say that as you get older time does appear to speed up, however i have noticed this phenomena becomes more pronounced for me personally, just recently, last sunday feels just a few days ago, its actually really spooky.




posted on May, 23 2010 @ 10:27 AM
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\there is some research to say that as you get older time does appear to speed up, however i have noticed this phenomena becomes more pronounced for me personally, just recently, last sunday feels just a few days ago, its actually really spooky.



posted on May, 23 2010 @ 10:54 AM
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Not going to go into detail but something is apparently supposed to happen around June 7 involving an earth quake or 'flood' coinciding with the Pope. Some kind of shake up on both.



posted on May, 23 2010 @ 11:44 AM
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Let me see if I understand this; North Korea seems to be two breaths from launching an all-out war with the south, the Gulf Of Mexico along with the economies of five southern states are dying a quick death because of BP, TransOcean and the U.S. Government, the states are tearing themselves apart over 1070 in Arizona, the financial health of every country in the E.U. stands at a precipice, Israel could declare war on Iran at the drop of a hat launching what some consider to be World War III and you say you have a gut feeling that something bad is going to happen?!

With all due respect to you and your gut feeling, I think I'm going to focus on what is wrong instead of what might be a week from now. I'm sure you think you're trying to give people a heads up, but ultimately threads like this accomplish nothing except fear-mongoring... which these days, we don't need more of.



posted on May, 23 2010 @ 11:47 AM
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Dude, I had a dream almost the exact same...
I was pretty young like maybe 13 when I had this dream, years past and I remember it vividly.
I remember in my dream turning on the tv in my bedroom, the news was on, and they were saying they found some crazy ancient artifact, that was rumored to have never existed, and that the actual discovery of it could change the world or something.

The next thing I knew, I was there in Italy I think... and oddly enough I was at the spot where they were hoisting the articfact out of the hole on the ground and it was gold im pretty sure.

I remember somehow I ended up back in my home town, and I was driving with my father in the car, and we were on the local high way talking about what was to happen he was telling me that we were done for, and that this was this end. The Next thing, HUGE light, most certainly blinding. At that instant I felt that intense wind you speak of and before I knew it, it felt like not just I was disintegrating but reality its self was going with me.
I woke sweating intensely. I told my parents, I'm pretty sure they told me to quit the drugs.

Now with regards to something bad happening, um yes. It seems thats all that really ever happens.
Until people can learn to be happy with this wonderful planet that we have, and not the stupid creations of our imaginations will the bad things stop happening.But remember, universe is balance, life is balance, so when something bad happens, it will usually manifest its into something good.
Kind of like someone getting drunk and attempting to start the car, but on that instant the car wont even start.
I notice these things happen all the time, but its just the universe. Ironically, my friend was telling my recently of how he felt depressed at work and so anti socialized with his co workers, i told him to think of good things and the future and everything he has to live for. After one day of experimentation, I think he at work, his positive thoughts rubber banded and his ps3 broke and his bank card was duplicated and he was robbed.



posted on May, 23 2010 @ 12:47 PM
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Something bad is always about to happen.

After almost five decades on this planet, the only constant has been....

"The End is Nigh!"

If that is the case, I really wish whoever is orchestrating it would get their act together. It's starting to get annoying.



posted on May, 23 2010 @ 02:23 PM
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Originally posted by Noncompatible
Something bad is always about to happen.

After almost five decades on this planet, the only constant has been....

"The End is Nigh!"

If that is the case, I really wish whoever is orchestrating it would get their act together. It's starting to get annoying.


After 5 decades? You must mean after 5 millennium..every generation believes they live in the end times. During the cold war it was the end times, in the dark ages with plagues it was the end times, after the fall of the Roman empire it was the end times. Did you know that there was a cult in 999ad that killed themselves because they believed 1000ad would be the end of the world? What about Heaven's Gate? It is ridiculous. Like I said, life is so boring that people have to create monsters and gods and cataclysmic events to spice it up a little. Sure bad things will happen, but they always have and always will.



posted on May, 23 2010 @ 02:59 PM
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I think that most of us are expecting turbulence over the next couple of years or so. Wars, disease, natural disasters, large-scale accidents; these are all happening. It reminds me of the Four Horsemen of Doom in Revelation - famine, death, plague and war. But it's important to remember that the Grail (also deeply associated with this time as revealed by Lawrence Gardner) contains within its essence four great wonders - the Four Hallows of the Grail. These are Nourishment, Immortality, Abundance and Healing (the last quality is thought to incorporate all-embracing peace). It seems to me that the Horsemen are really the Four Hallows of the Grail in reverse mode, and that it's up to us as planetary beings to decide what we ultimately receive as our reality - the Four Hallows or the Four Horsemen!
I don't think we should give nuclear war any of our thought-reality at all (it's noteworthy how the word 'believe' can be rendered as 'be-lieve' - i.e., we actually lease our being to something when we believe it, and so whatever we believe we give our life-force to). I think we should rather see humanity being steered safely through this challenging time to the dawn of a new day that will leave behind all the brutalities and crudities of vision which afflict it at the moment. I too think that something truly stupendous will shortly happen - and I predict that it will be the discovery of the Holy Grail! I have researched this theme and have a definite and coherent idea about what I think the Grail is and why it is destined to be discovered at his point in history, just incase anyone thinks I'm being merely dreamy, romantic, and naively over-optimistic! And, of course, if anyone is remotely interested, I shall be only too happy to reveal my conclusions!



posted on May, 23 2010 @ 02:59 PM
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I think that most of us are expecting turbulence over the next couple of years or so. Wars, disease, natural disasters, large-scale accidents; these are all happening. It reminds me of the Four Horsemen of Doom in Revelation - famine, death, plague and war. But it's important to remember that the Grail (also deeply associated with this time as revealed by Lawrence Gardner) contains within its essence four great wonders - the Four Hallows of the Grail. These are Nourishment, Immortality, Abundance and Healing (the last quality is thought to incorporate all-embracing peace). It seems to me that the Horsemen are really the Four Hallows of the Grail in reverse mode, and that it's up to us as planetary beings to decide what we ultimately receive as our reality - the Four Hallows or the Four Horsemen!
I don't think we should give nuclear war any of our thought-reality at all (it's noteworthy how the word 'believe' can be rendered as 'be-lieve' - i.e., we actually lease our being to something when we believe it, and so whatever we believe we give our life-force to). I think we should rather see humanity being steered safely through this challenging time to the dawn of a new day that will leave behind all the brutalities and crudities of vision which afflict it at the moment. I too think that something truly stupendous will shortly happen - and I predict that it will be the discovery of the Holy Grail! I have researched this theme and have a definite and coherent idea about what I think the Grail is and why it is destined to be discovered at his point in history, just incase anyone thinks I'm being merely dreamy, romantic, and naively over-optimistic! And, of course, if anyone is remotely interested, I shall be only too happy to reveal my conclusions!



posted on May, 23 2010 @ 03:18 PM
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No, I mean decades. I am not THAT old.


Yes I am well aware of the history of doom.

I however was simply referring to my personal chunk of existence.


[edit on 23-5-2010 by Noncompatible]



posted on May, 23 2010 @ 04:14 PM
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Wow, I'm f'm amazed by your analogy. I have always held to the same view; except in mine it's a shoe box. The first year takes up the whole shoe box and each year the year gets allotted a smaller portion. At the same time, in the beginning, with little in the box it is quite organized and neat -- thus the clarity of youth who have a clear picture of things. As the years go on the shoe box of our existence/awareness gets packed fuller and fuller and organization gives way to chaos. By the time we are old, we are less sure of what we really know for sure than ever. In this overcrowded same size "box" of existence, each year is incredibly small -- in real terms they years fly by.

Now, back to the topic of this thread. We are all suffering from information overload. Because of modern communication we are acutely aware of the minutest problem that crops up as soon as it crops up, no matter where in the world. Given all this "information" we are struggling to make sense of it. We try as we ever did from the beginning of time to predict tomorrow based on yesterday and today.

We know too much for our own good. Paranoia is understandable.

Having said that, it seems that one thing we are getting better at as a whole is tuning in to the "information" that comes not from the news but from our senses -- from the aura and spirit of the world and everything around us.

Unfortunately, it does seem that the same dire information is emanating from that source as from the tangible news.



posted on May, 23 2010 @ 04:52 PM
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oops double post

[edit on 5/23/2010 by wayno]



posted on May, 23 2010 @ 05:55 PM
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Originally posted by tribaltrip
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Dude, I had a dream almost the exact same...
I was pretty young like maybe 13 when I had this dream, years past and I remember it vividly.
I remember in my dream turning on the tv in my bedroom, the news was on, and they were saying they found some crazy ancient artifact, that was rumored to have never existed, and that the actual discovery of it could change the world or something.

The next thing I knew, I was there in Italy I think... and oddly enough I was at the spot where they were hoisting the articfact out of the hole on the ground and it was gold im pretty sure.

I remember somehow I ended up back in my home town, and I was driving with my father in the car, and we were on the local high way talking about what was to happen he was telling me that we were done for, and that this was this end. The Next thing, HUGE light, most certainly blinding. At that instant I felt that intense wind you speak of and before I knew it, it felt like not just I was disintegrating but reality its self was going with me.
I woke sweating intensely.


Sounds like you were dreaming of the arch of the covenant... sure it was italy and not oak island? They have a pretty big hole in the ground.


It's hard not to have the feeling something bad is about to happen when it seems like every week, something bad is happening all around the world.



posted on May, 23 2010 @ 06:19 PM
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"Im pretty much helpless"

My response to that...

"You are a human being.... Very far from "being" helpless."
"The more you say such things, the more you create that reality."

The only true time that exists is the "here" and "now."
Living in the past will depress the hell out of you, and
living for the future will cause anxiety.

The present moment is a powerful tool. Once you realize it's the
only true time that exists, you can set yourself free.


Journey Well Friend!



posted on May, 23 2010 @ 09:32 PM
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Trust in Jesus Christ as your personal savior. "But God commendeth his love toward us in that, while we were yet sinners, Christ died for us". Romans 5:8.

Romans 10: 9-10 that if you confess with your mouth, "Jesus is Lord," and believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead, you will be saved. 10For it is with your heart that you believe and are justified, and it is with your mouth that you confess and are saved.



posted on May, 23 2010 @ 09:49 PM
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Why are people still living on the coastlines?
The average deepness of the ocean is about 12,000 feet.
Any major pole shift would send thousand feet high tidal waves to destroy everything in its way for many miles from the coastlines.
Just a basic large tsunami killed over 10,000 people in India.
Doesn't anybody know that we have a twin star Nibiru?
It's well documented through out historic records.
And so is pole shifts.



posted on May, 23 2010 @ 09:57 PM
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Yea, I hear you.

I seem to believe in the Hopi Prophecy.

And that 10th sign sounds like Nibiru.

I cant wait!



posted on May, 23 2010 @ 10:06 PM
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Well, the survivors are the future.

And, the non survivors who think this is a big joke become dirt for the survivors to walk on.

So to all the fools out there, I'll say that life is good.



posted on May, 24 2010 @ 07:03 PM
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Thanks ! Your right life is good.
I survived the insidious "domino effect" of Asian communism in the 60's. The rash of terrorist groups bent on bringing down the establishment in the 70's (reference Bahder Meinhoff, Red brigade etc).
I weathered the imminent nuclear apocalypse of the 80's (served in the British Army with tours of the garden spot named Ulster included), hummed my way through the dangerous destabilization and balkanisation of Eastern Europe in the 90's..ohhh! I was so scared "they"were going to get suitcase nukes.
I kept right on trucking through the "wonder" years of Bush & Blair..I now endure the socialist revolution of Obama.
Lets not forget Vesuvius erupting, Surtsey forming, Mount St. Helens exploding etc etc etc.

With all that I have barely scratched the surface of the history of events in my lifetime.

Despite all that. I'm still whistling a happy tune...because life is short, the end is ALWAYS imminent and I regard waking up each day as being the first victory of THAT day.



posted on May, 25 2010 @ 01:13 AM
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wow just the begging of the year..cant even imagine what kind of things will happen in December going on this pace..



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