posted on Sep, 14 2011 @ 11:58 PM
I was wondering and pondering while I was outside watching the sky.
What if all the stories about past civilizations, and how they where destroyed more? I was thinking about bible prophicy, and how it speaks of the
"End Times", and how in the end it says the earth will be destroyed by fire from the sky. This got me thinking about the last time this
planet/comit/ brown dwarf star came through our solar system, and how its was tied to the flood story( Im paraphasing here), and 2500 years before
that the ice age,(My numbers and info might be slightly off). What if somehow each time this object came through our solar system, things got a little
bit worse and diferent for earth..
The first time it came through, the effects where just on the weather, and climat patterns, "Ice age". then it came through again,and the effects
where greater, and it had an effect on gravitational forces and made the oceans rise and flood, now this time, it will be even closer and the effects
will be more dramatic, comets, asteriods, maybe even collision.
sort of like its been doing this for so long, that the knowledge is known by someone, the myans, egyptians, sumerians, ET, someone, and all the
stories are sort of a message handed down in some sort of historical "Telephone game", bits and peices, half truths, miss-information,
diss-information, like we kind of know but dont really.
Is there anyone out there that can find out if this could be the case, would the orbit of this thing have elivating effects on world disasters, going
back to mass extinctions, each time it passes something worse happen,culminating in the big party soon?
does anyone even understand what im asking?
I like to imagine that, "there is so much proof of contact in the past, there has to be a civilization who is concerned with humans and planet earth,
and we made it through these disasters somehow, with some sort of help, I kind of like to imagine we are not alone and wont be left alone to drown in
the pool", even with our faults, we are still a beutifull species.
I hope I made sence with this one.