It looks like you're using an Ad Blocker.
Please white-list or disable AboveTopSecret.com in your ad-blocking tool.
Some features of ATS will be disabled while you continue to use an ad-blocker.
Originally posted by Greensage
I have already lost faith in Man so what would change? As for Faith in God No Way! I am onboard with God, Lords, lesser gods, and Angels/Demons.
My greatest fear is that our Lords destroyed themselves thousands of years ago when they went to war with each other (the story of Enki and Enlil, as well as the Hopi stories of the two brothers at war). If we are any indication of what they are truly like, then we might never know the truth until we head on out there and find their bones. Of course I would much rather they return and present us with our true Lord, Christ!
So what we will lose is Religion and False Lords! Hallelujah!
Oh yeah, the question that nothing happens, all we have to do is look around us, it is happening right now!
so you want the ignorant to be addicted to your delusional fantasys for eternity? Thats quite a vision of the future........
Originally posted by GrinchNoMore
I certainly have no idea why you mentioned the MSM as having pushed the 2012 thing, i have seen no mention of it EVER on any MSM.
The Nostradamus effect is an entertainment show, is that what you are talking about, a tv show ?
[edit on 15-8-2010 by GrinchNoMore]
Originally posted by The Endtime Warrior
reply to post by Dock9
2012 is the forum. will we lose our faith after 12/21/12 is the topic. it is relevant to the discussion, dock. it poses an interesting thought, perhaps you failed to see my point. why would someone lose their faith? world wide destruction, aliens returning, NWO forced religion, ascended evolution(enlightenment), take your pick. any of these have been suggested as happening. a christian will not lose faith per their bible. they await christs return. show me one other belief system that will not lose their "faith" after any of the above happens or lack there of
Originally posted by Son of Will
I say that because the 2012 hype is more a reflection of one's personality than of specific beliefs, IMO. The superstitious will continue to be superstitious - and the skeptical will remain skeptical. Overall - if nothing happens - I doubt little will change in the current cultural mentality.