Get ready for the end

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posted on Sep, 19 2010 @ 02:32 AM
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Thanks Cat, for your very important message to the rest of us humanity. Time to get ready. It may come within a century or it may just end tomorrow.

But we still have today, and today let us know life as it is meant to be, to love, to forgive and to make amends, to hurt no more. Who knows, if every human on Earth does that, we may just be spared to see a new and better generation being groomed, and even lead the Universe... :-)

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posted on Sep, 19 2010 @ 02:33 AM
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LOL you somehow turned something positive into a negative, well done.




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posted on Sep, 19 2010 @ 02:49 AM
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Pepsi, you lovable nut, you.
Staying positive is bad for the heart? Who knew? When the end comes I'm going to hunt down you, Pep, and you will keep the survival up with your negativeness.



posted on Sep, 19 2010 @ 04:04 AM
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Positive all the time will make you for"get" until you crash and notice how things are around you.
I would say it's the problem, we are too positive, when one things of positive thinks of all the gifts he can get his hands on. It's also stay positive jhony, be an ass and don't care. When you do that you expose your self.
Ohh be positive it can't hurt you, bliss your self with positive, relax, wait for it to become a zombie out of bliss, it's the happiest thing it can happen to you ? Then you find your self burning like a stick, you don't even notice it because you can't feel it, you have already been assimilated into the collective. Be positive and see if I care, I only care about the negatives, the ones that are still alive.



posted on Sep, 19 2010 @ 04:49 AM
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We have some genuinly smart people here, but does anyone study history anymore?

History allows us a perspective that provides us with a paradigm with which to see our own situation...to compare and contrast.

You think things are bad...compared to the good ol' days of the Middle Ages. Genghis Kahn tearing up the country side, masses wiped out by the "Plague." City states fighting with each other....

Maybe WWI was more pleasant, when entire generations of communities were wiped out in a few minutes with Vickers water cooled machine guns.

Maybe the 1960s....peace and love....and Viet Nam, JFK...RFK....MLK.....assassinated, social unrest, war protests, racial violence....segregation/integration....

Surely we live in troubled times, but without the backdrop of history and context, every year looks like the last. As humans we are far more resilient than that. We have had the ability to wipe ourselves out for generations now...and we may yet.

But I believe mankind has the God given ability to survive and rebound. Trust in your abilities, your skills, your mind, and pray that they are never tested to the level that you allude to.

Live for today... plan for tommorrow. Enjoy the world around you....



posted on Sep, 19 2010 @ 05:23 AM
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This IS! the end, this IS! happening. The weather, sunlight and social situations have signalled that we are all finished for this cycle. Like many of the people on ATS this is not my first experience of the end, what's really interesting though is we have let evil and money dictate to us just like all the other endtimes I've experienced.

I tell you something though I have had enough of humans and their pathetic history, they really are a terrible species and should have been wiped off the galaxy map eons ago. I'm looking forward to it for two reasons;

1/ I get to see the species running like the rats they are from the destruction that will come as the sun destroys the atmosphere.

2/ I get to go home and no-longer have to pretend that humanity was worth saving..

See ya suckers, you never deserved the help other species gave to you...



posted on Sep, 20 2010 @ 02:42 AM
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I get ya, Pep. Too much positive can in fact, negate the positive. If you have greatness all the time itw wouldn't be so great, can't have good without bad, etc...

I don't want to be a zombie who burns like a stick! Like I said, Pep, you seem to know your stuff...so when the SHTF I'm going to track you down.



posted on Sep, 20 2010 @ 02:53 AM
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Am I the only one who thinks the world is fine the way it is..




posted on Sep, 20 2010 @ 02:54 AM
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its great your a casual observer...
i'd suggest that instead of just putting your angst here on ATS, that you voice your disappointment of some peoples behavior in your NZ media...in 'letters to the editor' or other public opinion soapboxes...

you have my support



posted on Sep, 20 2010 @ 02:58 AM
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Originally posted by AProphet1233
Am I the only one who thinks the world is fine the way it is..



You think this world is fine? With it's green treetops and velvety blue skies? With it's rippling streams and shopping malls stocked full of the finest in everything? You think the world is fine with all of the freedoms we have? You're okay with that? You're glad that you are allowed to do as you wish and speak your mind? You enjoy that? You're glad to we have equality and liberty?

Another one of those nutty "everything is ok" theorists.



posted on Sep, 20 2010 @ 03:02 AM
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Human beings have never lived together in harmony, but we aren't the only species that kill each other. In fact generally speaking it is typically the more intelligent animals that have things like murder. Humans, dolphins, chimps, etc.

Chimps even go to war over territory.

Nature isn't go to judge us for our actions, to suggest such is to personify nature as if it can make a decision. That isn't to say we shouldn't treat the planet with far more respect than we do - we should - but merely that this idea that nature is going to suddenly shut us down for what is perceived as our "crimes" against it is silly. Nature won't do anything, we tie our own noose.

That being said I think there is plenty of hope for us humans if we can stop fighting for two seconds and start to solve some of our problems together... the likelihood of that, however, seems fairly low.



posted on Sep, 20 2010 @ 03:13 AM
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People say this is "The Beginning of the End." I disagree. This is the very end of the beginning: the next phase. I liken our current world to a modern stone-age. The next phase will be a Renaissance within the human mind, and it will pour out into our world as technological marvels like we've never seen in history. If you pay attention, it's already happening. The next 2 years will be spectacular, albeit a bit dangerous, but awesome nonetheless, and the next 10-50 years will be a change unmatched in all of human history. People are waking up and will eventually balance out our relationship with the planet (hopefully) - it seems almost like it could be automatic and inevitable. Our planet is a machine, and we are but a process of this machine. Personally, I'm completely grateful to be alive in this century, and I'm ready to see what the future has in store for our civilization.

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posted on Sep, 20 2010 @ 03:46 PM
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I like where you're coming from - your positive attitude. With more people like you, the world WOULD become a better place!
No question challenging times ahead, but with the right outlook and whatever preparation we can make in advance, we just might see the dawning of a glorious new age...



posted on Sep, 20 2010 @ 04:49 PM
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The news is good at only reporting on the negatives. Good things happen every day, good people exist everywhere. GiveMeHope.com are small stories of real life experiences, showing you that the love for our fellow mankind is always present. It's the higher powers [gov't, corporate businesses, etc] that are destructive, not us.

Back in high school, my 2 close friends got up from their seats while on a bus full of 30 students while the bus itself was going 60 on the main interstate. Why did they stand up? So one could grab hold of the bus's streeting wheel while the other pulled on the emergency brake. Why? Because the bus driver was going through a siezure and let go of the steering wheel mid-drive. Becuase of my friends, both named Josh, they were able to pull the bus to safety, but not without suffering some personal damages. One Josh almost fell off the bus when he lost his grip on the E-brake and slammed into the sliding door, injuring his arm and leg. He got up and continued to pull on the E-brake until he was succesful, regardless of how much adreniline, fear, or pain was coursing through his body. It was only shown on the news for 1 day, but to me they're heros forever.

A week ago my brother was coming home after a trip from Walmart and witnessed a car accident happen right before his eyes: A car ran straight into the pole in an intersection. 30 cars stopped and people got out rushing to the 1 car's aid while others phoned the hospital or police. It wasn't in the news at all but it happened. 30 people coming together to save a stranger's life is worth news coverage.



posted on Sep, 20 2010 @ 06:26 PM
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Originally posted by 5senses
I like where you're coming from - your positive attitude. With more people like you, the world WOULD become a better place!
No question challenging times ahead, but with the right outlook and whatever preparation we can make in advance, we just might see the dawning of a glorious new age...


Like I said, our current world is a modern stone-age. At some point in pre-history, man rapidly developed new technology (stone tools, etc.) in a relatively short period of time. This is similar to the rapid changes in the past 50-75 years, the digital age and space age. Our computers are essentially modern stone tools.

The stone age was a pre-historic Renaissance. The "Renaissance period" as we know it, was a sort of mid-point in the evolution of our civilization; a burst of spirituality and creativity which yielded new scientific reasoning. 2012, End Times, etc. could be a post-historic Renaissance, possibly being triggered neurologically by our own solar cycle (just a theory.)

Likewise, the current mindset of humanity is equivalent to that of the Neanderthal; a sort of iteration. We are modern cave men, and our thinking is essentially pre-historic and fear-based.

Our civilization has come full-circle, and where we go from here is entirely up to us. I have a feeling that we are being driven against our own fear-based thinking; hence the massive onset of Atheism. Perhaps this a way to protect our civilization from further compounding this fear-based thinking. Seems like if there is a supernatural force out there in the world, it wants us to survive, evolve, and advance.

Regarding the "Earth evicting us," that thought is scary. What if it's not evicting us, but warning us to get our act together? What if the Earth goes through a cycle which is intended specifically to drive humanity in a new direction? If anything, the Earth is trying to save us (and itself.) Again, just another theory.

The sad part is, it seems like many people actually want the world to end.
Wtf is wrong with humanity? Life isn't that bad, is it? Or are we just bored?

Not to go off on a religious tagent, but I liken the "Savior" and the "Anti-Christ" to humanity as a whole, and the "Apocalypse" to the collective decisions of humanity. We can be our own savior or our own worst nightmare.

Not saying faith is a bad thing, but instead of waiting for your Savior or Messiahs, why not be the Savior in the meantime? I'll tell you why: humanity is lazy. We have this pre-conceived notion that someone is going to come rescue us, and that somehow our past, present, and future isn't our own responsibility. That we should just lay down and sit idle until someone or something descends from the sky, or until we go extinct.

Maybe they're true, maybe they're not; the prophecies, but I think the decision has been left to us as a species to decide whether we want to survive and progress.

The crazy part is: given the current "apocalyptic climate," any individual or group of people who attempt to do anything amazing would almost certaintly be declared: "The Anti-Christ" or "The Destroyer." Imagine for a second if someone had a cure for all diseases, or a formula for immortality, or anything awesome like that. Would that person be considered a Savior? Not given the logic put forth in all the books. The nut-jobs would almost certaintly hunt this person down, or drive this person into exile. Is this some sort of mechanism to prevent us from advancing as a civilization? Just a thought.

Anyway, looking forward to seeing all of you guys in the post-non-Apocalyptic world.
I'll be riding in my hover boat over the flood plains. P.S. Don't kill yourself.


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posted on Sep, 20 2010 @ 06:57 PM
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Originally posted by MeSoCorny
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I get ya, Pep. Too much positive can in fact, negate the positive. If you have greatness all the time itw wouldn't be so great, can't have good without bad, etc...

I don't want to be a zombie who burns like a stick! Like I said, Pep, you seem to know your stuff...so when the SHTF I'm going to track you down.

You don't, you invert your self in the end and become locked down inside. "innocent" Better than bliss, you get your feelings back, strong emotions. You are alive. Life as a monkey is a gift. It's just how it works, the higher power, they can;t do anything about it, I'm glad. Maybe in the dark we get to build or very own spaceship, or we flee for the stars, leave, some of us, not all.




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posted on Sep, 20 2010 @ 07:01 PM
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Originally posted by catwhoknows
For a species to survive, they need to live together in peace. Humans do not.

Also, humans disrespect nature.

Enough! The end of us.

I wish it were not so, and I say to humans, I am sad that this world is evicting us. But I can see why.


The end of the world has we know it ... not the end of the world

did you ever heard the term that it has to worsen to get better ?

please read the thread in my signature to enlight yourself more about this "end"
you need to wake up to the fact that there is no apocalypse coming
only a new age .. a better age with better values


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posted on Sep, 20 2010 @ 07:18 PM
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Yes, let it come, see how the raptor stops this ?
They are so stupid
they thought it's all an illusion, and they became insane. Thinking you are king of the hill is wrong. They want this sharade to make it in one peace. Can you imagine how this whole thing was built, people suffered a lot, lot's and lot's of sadness to build a F...d up empire. Capitan picard just wants to better his self, but he just had to go hunt his monkey. Capitan picard is a communist, he is the borg, and the borg are the ones that state, were here to give your freedom back. In other words you can't trust holywood
it's ran by red snakes.



posted on Sep, 20 2010 @ 08:23 PM
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Sounds like The Day the Earth Stood Still remake. Good movie. I was sort of disappointed it didn't have the speech in it though.

I say all the bad people will die out from eating unhealthy food because they listened to the govts. The small but strong good group of people will survive, to fight the leagues in power at the ultimate battle.

Our countries know if we got into a nuclear war we'd kill everything. That's why some powerful weapons will never be used... well, until we can fight galactically. Which won't be long.



posted on Sep, 21 2010 @ 07:35 AM
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Originally posted by pepsi78
You don't, you invert your self in the end and become locked down inside. "innocent" Better than bliss, you get your feelings back, strong emotions. You are alive. Life as a monkey is a gift. It's just how it works, the higher power, they can;t do anything about it, I'm glad. Maybe in the dark we get to build or very own spaceship, or we flee for the stars, leave, some of us, not all.
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I have to be honest with you, Pep...I'm starting to lose you here. Life as a monkey is a gift? What is so great about being a monkey? Out of all of the animals in the world I think I'd rather be a dinosaur or unicorn that a monkey.
At any rate, Pep, you are going to let me in on this spaceship right? I can be a monkey if it is necessary. Besides if you have a gifted life of a monkey you're going to need another monkey. Think Noah's ark and all that.





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