Here's the kicker: So-called "global warming" is actually heat coming from the Earth core exuding from the "birth canal" in Antarctica -- hence the melting of the permafrost and warming of the sea. The author says it will increase and lead to ever more earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, tornadoes, hurricanes, super storms, and what-not.
Evolution is a time of extinction, as the magnetic field goes through a major reversal the sun bombards the planet with it's full fury, unleashing tons of solar radiation. It's at time of extinction, and mutation. It's not a time of some majestic spiritual birth.
I know personally that I have been having headaches for at least the last 5 months on and off and I don´t seem to be able to gauge North or South direction anymore. In fact it´s seems to me the other way round.
I've always wondered why so many natives, including Mayan elders, when asked, are kind of horrified that so many people spread doom and gloom about the End Times/Time of Purification. They say it's just a transition, not the end of the world, but when asked, they always admit, yes, many will die, but they don't seem disconcerted by that at all. I always thought it was because they expect to survive somehow, but then I heard some of them say, "If we don't survive, so what?" (I'm paraphrasing here.)
Originally posted by trailertrash
reply to post by sylvie
Good post. Thanks for taking the time to say so much. I agree and the parallel in Christianity is what they refer to as "the Kingdom of God". The story is different but surface stories always are. It is for us to look within all that we encounter. If we do this correctly we will find agreement.
An important thing to know is that this is the beginning but it is the transition period that is beginning and that will take a couple of thousand years to work it's magic. After that it will be another 22,000 more years before the earth is ready for any further movements.
The reason we whites seldom know of these things is because we've left our tribal lives and the knowledge that went with them behind a long time ago in Europe when Christianity displaced them. If we could only know it we would find out that our ethnic heritages all included the very same knowledge that our Native American brothers and sisters share with us now. We have just forgotten..... This is by design. We need to develop in other ways which would be inhibited by the old knowledge. Each set of lessons in it's own time is the rule.
Originally posted by EluThingol
I am amazed that this hasn't been brought up
This is a crop circle found in England, first depicting the solar system in it's current state, and then, a week later, the Sun being enlarged, engulfing mercury and venus.
Great find, S+F!
“It surprises most people that we still don’t understand this,” said David R. Reichman, a professor of chemistry at Columbia, who takes yet another approach to the glass problem. “We don’t understand why glass should be a solid and how it forms.”
If we still lived in harmony with nature, as the indigenous people do, we wouldn't have these problems with dwindling resources, technology that's bound to kill us at some point, ...
As I said before, our scientists know a lot less than they think they do. Almost every day, they find some new object in space that they hadn't known was there before, or new phenomena they didn't even know existed or could possibly exist.
Just recently they were shocked to find that carbon dating is not that reliable -- finding that the decay rate of plutonium is not stable, as they thought, but varies with the seasons. Now their hypothesis is that the Sun emits neutrinos (which are not supposed to influence matter) that have a direct effect on matter.
WOW!! That is incredible!!! I didn't think there was confirmation for what he says in the book anywhere... because, frankly, his theories ARE kind of out there (though I don't know if they're his theories or something he learned from his N.A. mentors). And that's exactly what he says -- that Mercury and Venus would enter the Sun.
Originally posted by stereologist
There are lots of wonderful and interesting things all around us without having to speculate about baloney stories of planets ejecting cores and taking turns in special orbits and the other nonsense spouted by this author.
Originally posted by curious7
Very interesting but what strikes me is this.
Human nature insists we try to survive by any means so what would stop people who want to go into this higher dimension of living from potentially going on board a craft of some kind as a way to survive a dying Earth?
I'd like to evolve into this higher being but at the same time, I also wish to survive and actually live a somewhat happy life able to accomplish things that here on this planet and in this life I haven't managed to achieve just yet.
I'd be so confused about what the right thing to do would be in that situation.
Originally posted by spikey
My view of things too, almost word for word.
Not confused though, the way i see it, if the OP is correct, what's the harm going along with the ET's, living for thousands of years, and having that experience and *then* dying and going to the fifth Earth/Heaven?
By the sounds of it, Earth moving into Venus' old orbit sounds more like hell than heaven. It would pretty much be the fires of hell of the bible. Not quite a paradise.
Perhaps demons have been/are spreading lies about heaven in general, and ET's being fallen angels...what if they are actually the angels, and what you think of as angels are actually the fallen, trying to trick humanity into freely choosing to go to hell believing it to be heaven?