reply to post by DaveakaRNG
Keep looking! There's A LOT out there.
I might ask, though, what you mean by "ending."
I presume you don't mean that it will just vanish. If that assumption is correct, then you're probably thinking in terms of the planet getting into
a state where human life on it would be difficult or impossible.
Like I said, there has already been a lot said about this right here on ATS.
I found Ed Dames' "prediction" video from a post here on ATS. He calls it the "killshot."
There is a better-quality video than this somewhere but I can't find it now. This is a predicted event that could happen later than 2012. This video
is very well made and obviously has money behind it. That makes me
suspect disinfo. A classic ploy to convince people there is nothing they can
do except find a good place to hide!
All the channelers have predictions from their "ET" sources, and many range well beyond 2012. The "ETs" that talk to these guys are mostly pushing
the ascension idea in one form or another, along with a salvage plan needed because most humans aren't ascended enough to go to the "next
dimension" without help.
Some lucid dreamers who report premonitions in their dreams have similar stories.
What are we supposed to do with all this data? We have lives to live, products to make, children to raise, etc.
The big problem I have is this: We all know bad things can happen. We have such a "good" news system these days that they could probably fill our
eyes and ears with crimes and natural disasters 24-7 if they thought they could get away with it. So we really
know that bad things can
So why aren't we set up, as a society, to deal with these events successfully? We don't even seem to be slightly oriented in this direction. The
only groups that seem to prepare for disasters in any open way are the military, police, fire departments, and Red Cross (to name the most obvious
ones). And those drills are mainly in the direction of coping with events after they happen.
Do the rest of us really have to rely on the strategy of "whistling past the cemetery?"
I am being over-dramatic. But we have cases in our history where resources put into disease prevention, for instance, actually seemed to have a
positive result. So why do we have so much talk about the end of the world and so little talk about how to prevent it from happening, or at least
doing something effective about it?
My short answer is that the voices of rational people are being drowned out - on purpose - by the voices of irrational people. The suicidal among us
have managed to dominate government, religion, education and the business world just enough to make it appear that our situation is actually hopeless.
But that is their
truth. Why should we accept is as our
truth? I don't think we should.
I don't care how certain anyone is that the world is going to "end." I don't think we should give up.