I predict the following before the close of 2011. Of course I can not reveal my sources, as I'm some sort of compassionate future-you who has
travelled back in time to give you vague doomsday predictions with no substantial advice of how to avoid, or cope with it.
1.) Elenin doom will continue to spike then disappear over the coming weeks, yet still be talked about and used conveniently as reasoning for any
future quake over 5.0 as it aligns with whatever is conveniently between it and whatever-the-hell at the time (maybe an obelisk).
2.) Random users will come on with capitalised proof for various incidents and stories generally concocted by mis-information outlets and prankers in
the hope that no one has posted the complete crap already. The crux of the title will be preceded with "IT'S OFFICIAL!!!!".
3.) Closer to November, more and more people will discover YU55 and go into an even greater panic than Elenin induced. As it comes closer there will
be more YT videos, and threads on ATS predicting doom scenarios, and claiming it's being piloted intelligently by Chuck Norris. "YU55 is for real,
it's no gimmick". Once YU55 passes, the next one starts.
4.) As the panic increases, malleable people will post of their intense fear and share info on how many months worth of canned food and bottled water
they have stocked up on. Comparisons between this and the stories of FEMA's food purchasing will arise.
5.) As we go through a period of relatively close calls from celestial objects, people will post of FEMA being aware of the impending doom, thus their
alleged purchasing of body bags and food supplies. Along with the rushed construction of underground 'cities'.
6.) More and more discussion will commence on the 'occupy xxxxxx' movement, with more and more people being arrested and complaining of being lured
into traps for said arrests. Eventually violence will break out, and completely discredit the peaceful movement. Harsher penalties will be announced
for said protesters, which will incite the movement even more. Eventually predictions of marshal law may become reality, albeit on a very low scale,
ironically instigated by the peaceful protests of those who for at least some part, fear it.
7.) Sun spots and CME's will continue to increase, showering us in their radiant goodness. Stories of global electrical failure will inspire some and
scare others. Some people will stock up on abacus', mechanical sewing machines and steam trains in fear of this moment.
8.) Further to the ancient photos of John Travolta and Nicholas Cage: Brad Pitt, David Beckham and Miley Cyrus will be proven to be demons from the
1700's. Their talent will be regarded as sorcery, the very reason they travelled forward in time to a more accepting society.
9.) Threads will be posted on every conceivable topic, alleging conspiracy. The resident debunkers will analyse every allegation and debunk it by
whatever means necessary, even if said debunking sounds completely ridiculous. The trouble is finding the balance. As the owner of this site once
said, the purpose of the site is to work out what is fake, and what is actually deeper than it seems. As I've said before, conspiracy is like porn.
Type anything with 'conspiracy' at the end and you'll most likely get a hit.
Don't take it personally, I'm not having a go at anyone in particular, it's mealy an observation of what will come over the next two months. People
have their own reasoning for acting the way they do, but some go to the extreme. Y2K anyone? I remember spending countless hours trying to convince
people nothing would happen. Meanwhile they finish off the fresh décor in their bunkers and hide with years worth of canned supplies. Not everything
is unreal though, CME's, actual dangerous comets/asteroids etc, war, the economy (very real) and so on. I'm more pointing out the ones that have no
relevance, and are diverting attention away from what you should be focussing on. The key is to discuss it rationally, like many people do here. There
is a trend for some people to fear-monger however, possibly using the people on this site as a university/college case study for their psychology
This site has some brilliant minds, some kind-hearted people, a lot of followers, those who believe what someone else typed because they said so, and
those who refuse to believe there is anything more to any story, at all. That's what makes it a unique place to be. It's also fascinating
The world could disappear tomorrow, so instead of worrying about it, go and have some fun?
Feel free to move this to rant, but i honestly believe my predictions are accurate.
edit on 3/10/2011 by outsidethesquare because: sp
edit on 3/10/2011 by outsidethesquare because: (no reason given)