posted on Dec, 3 2010 @ 10:01 AM
I have been following all this NWO, fema camps, underground bases stuff for a number of months now, and I have an alternative view, other than "they
are planning to kill us all!!!". Let's take a different perspective on what's happening.
If we read the guide stones, are they actually saying anything bad? Let's assume that the phrase "Maintain humanity under 500,000,000 in perpetual
balance with nature". Obviously it would be pretty evil if this meant they where going to kill nine-tenths of the worlds population. However, what if
this is not what is meant? What if THEY are not going to wipe out most of the planets population, but something else? If we take a look at what else
was written on the stones:
2. Guide reproduction wisely - improving fitness and diversity.
3. Unite humanity with a living new language.
4. Rule passion - faith - tradition - and all things with tempered reason.
5. Protect people and nations with fair laws and just courts.
6. Let all nations rule internally resolving external disputes in a world court.
7. Avoid petty laws and useless officials.
8. Balance personal rights with social duties.
9. Prize truth - beauty - love - seeking harmony with the infinite.
10.Be not a cancer on the earth - Leave room for nature - Leave room for nature.
Now, to go back to what I said before. What if THEY are not going to wipe out the population, but something else. I'll let your imagination run wild
with that one, the coming solar storm, planet X, the list goes on. What if these stones are guides for humanity in the event that EVERYONE is wiped
out by a natural disaster. I mean, read them, they are a pretty good set of rules to follow! If humanity where following these rules now, the world
would be in a much better place. What if stone henge had the same inscriptions written on them, but have been eroded over time?
Now, let me put another point across. This will be controversial to say the least. I think one of the main reasons SOME people are so up in arms about
the scripture of the stones, is because of this insinuating reference "Rule passion - faith - tradition - and all things with tempered reason". To
me this is basically saying "be logical when following a faith/religion". Now, anyone who has a religion, just hear me out. Take one big step back,
and clear your mind of all thoughts when reading this. I am going to put an idea to you. Imagine you are in a white room, sitting on a chair. The door
opens, and in walks a man. He sits on another chair in front of you, holds out his hands in front of you with a pill in each hand. He then gives you
two options. "If you take the pill in my left hand, You will be transported to a world where there is peace and tranquillity. A world free from war,
terror, and hatred. But to live in this world, you must have all knowledge, and every memory of your religion erased from your mind, because in this
world, religion does not exist." He then looks at his right hand and says, "If you take this pill, you will be transported back to the world you
live now. Where there is terror, hundreds of thousands of people murdered through 'holy' wars, and where humanity is divided by faiths, causing
hate, and ultimately stifling man kinds ability to progress into a state of new, higher conciousness".
Now, to get to the point of this story. Would you sacrifice your religion, even if you knew if was true, and it didn't harm anyone, would you
sacrifice you religion for a world of peace? The point I am trying to get across here is, people believe in their faith so much, that they would kill
for it. Now you may think that you are not an extremeist with your religion, but to chose to take the pill in the right hand, and go back to a world
full of wars and hate, instead of sacrificing your religion, and saving countless lives in a world without this religious divide, are you not just as
bad as the people who start these holy wars? You believe in your faith so much, that you would have countless people murdered in wars which you could
have prevented if you had only given up your faith.
Whether you think your faith is right, or wrong. We can only move forward as a civilization if you erase it. I guess it is up to you whether you want
to sacrifice your beliefs for the good of the world, and that is a message for ALL religions.