posted on Feb, 26 2012 @ 10:49 PM
Originally posted by Xcalibur254
reply to post by Swills
And that's supposed to make everything better? He's still making a living telling lies. If anything his positive message is worse because it preys on
the hopeful and optimistic. So when the 2012 passes those who spent money on books and videos regarding doomsday will feel silly. Those who spent
money on books and videos talking about ascension will feel crushed and beaten. In other words Wilcock's positive message will eventually make the
world a worse place.
The truth of the matter is the only reason anyone places any kind of significance on 2012 is because of the Maya. There are no claims regarding 2012
that predate 1984 which is when the GMT correlation was created. Yet there is not a single Mayan prophecy associated with 2012. Nobody has even been
able to provide me with an example of the Long Count ending after the 13th baktun. So anyone that claims something is going to happen in 2012 are
merely piggy backing on false claims made by New Age authors in the 80s. That is the most accurate way to describe the 2012 phenomenon.
You make it sound like people who are hopeful and optimistic is a bad thing. Does Wilcock make money off his lectures, books, DVDs, etc? Yes. Does he
make grandiose claims involving alien disclosure, Illuminati, 2012, etc? Yes. I guess if you buy his book or attend his lectures you are hopelessly
duped by con man? Or are you curious what the hub bub is about and spend a few bucks you would otherwise spend on something anyway. You make it sound
like he has a zombie army of die hard followers who and that he is continuing his reign of terror!
Give people a break. Not everyone is a hopeless and optimistic moron. Either way, I like his positive message he continues to spread, and if he wants
to make a few bucks while doing it go ahead, this is the world we create, you know, the world run by the almighty dollar dollar bill yo
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