posted on Jun, 6 2011 @ 06:31 PM
I will say this, if this is true, and that's a big IF, it would make since how the Mayans, the Bible, the Hopi, etc,. Explained similar "end of
days" / "catastrophic" changes, etc. They were experts at tracking the skies, and if this " event" referenced was caused by something cyclical,
they would know when it was due to return, give or take. They would all then end up at similar timing, and then "their reason" for it happening
would vary depending on culture, region, etc.
For example, the Bible would go with the cause being God, the Hopi would show deference to Mother Nature and the Mayans would go with cosmic causes,
People always dismiss the Bible, Koran, etc., simply because of the God references. But people fail to separate what happened from the reason why it
happened. Many scientists have shown The Great Flood to actually have happened. But because the Bible then has God speaking to Noah, they dismiss
the entire story. Instead of thinking: there was a great flood that killed a great many people and animals, but some survived. The people left then
looked for the reason why they survived and not others, or how one man built a ship and saved what he could -- how did he know to build a ship? Why
did they survive? God. Just because they attributed their survival to God, doesn't mean they didn't survive something important.
Likewise, any major catastrophes, flooding, earthquakes, etc., would be to them "the entire world" since there was no Internet or phone to see how
others were faring...to them it was their whole world.
It's a shame that more importance isn't placed on what information our elders left for us. I believe they knew far more than they are given credit
for. People are so focused on the reason they said events occurred (read: God, deities, etc.) that they overlook what they said actually occurred.
They certainly could be right about the event, but not the reason.