posted on Aug, 28 2010 @ 11:38 PM
Bear with me, I just thought of this like 45 seconds ago, I havn't given it too much thought yet.
It just popped in my head though. The Mayans calendar is until the end of the "age" right? X amount of years and then we start over?
Its awfully weird that there are pyramids in China, Middle America and Africa, and everything world wide has so many similarities like Dragons for
gods and all that weird stuff.
I've always found it interesting to ponder the idea of one universal culture back in the day that was split up by whatever means may have split them
up and that everything had a common origin. That thought lead me here to ATS to look up stuff on Atlantis way way back in the day.
Anyway, when you look at things like the Pyramids being lined up with the belt in the constellation of Orion and all the things that are synced up
with celestial bodies like Stonehenge and what not, we have no idea why they did that.
What if in each age, things did start anew, and things were trashed and restarted? For example, we're about to pass through the galactic plane to the
other side in 2012. Maybe us going through that plane every couple thousand years has something to do with the time on things like the Mayan calendar,
and all hell breaks loose each time we do this. I dont know how often it happens, so I could be barking up the wrong tree, I admit that. But what if
that was the case, and in 2012, we do this once again, and all knowledge is lost, all civilizations are thrashed back to nothing and we have to
restart from scratch?
What if this has happened before and somebody figured it out, and all this celestial synchronization and weird stuff was an attempt to record things
in a way that would outlive everything that gets devastated in the changing of ages.
Aside from plastic, I dont know what else would really survive a million years. All metals, computers, books, leathers, everything will have long
dissolved into nothingness after a certain amount of time. All cities would be overgrown with plan life after a while and everything eroded into crap.
Wouldn't that be pretty bad ass if we found out that all that syncing was a way of trying to communicate to the next age?
I have no idea where exactly where I would go with this, but it was a pretty interesting though, and I figured somebody might find it mildly
entertaining around here.
Thanks for reading.