posted on Apr, 10 2012 @ 02:37 AM
Hey, great question.
I have my theories about this subject because its my favorite topic. I probably don't have an answer but I will enjoy replying.
First off, I believe that the belly is a major contributer to many facets of human reasoning. We eat almost subconsciously but it really is the major
contributer to our motive for working and chasing money.
Having said that I also believe that money is a business. A currency is a thing that you must talk a person into accepting. If you have done research,
small tribal people have as much trouble integrating themselves to money as they do to Christianity.
I believe that money is as closely tied to religion as a child to its mother. Now what does this have to do with the end and how it manipulates
people? Well its all microcosmic. Money really ends as soon as you devour your next meal, because without food there is no such thing as an economy.
Ask yourself this question.
I go into the city with 400 dollars. I spend 300 on a new dresser and the remaining 100 on groceries for my empty apartment. When I get back home I
put the new dresser in my empty room and the groceries in my empty fridge. What in my apartment has the most value?
See, money has no value unless it can feed your belly. So, religion is just a way to tie a currency to your subconscious mind. And what better way to
do this than connecting it to food. All cultures are known for the food they eat. Italian, Asian, Greek, American Fare, food is the universal
language. When you are full money is meaningless. When you are hungry it becomes paramount. So, every human being on planet earth is poised to prepare
for the end of the world. And what is the end of the world??? why, hunger of course.
Religion is used to identify money with food and politics. This grants government dominion through language over a currency and eventually over
economy. But food remains the central most integral piece of the puzzle so the whole game continues at a somewhat subconscious level and only those
privy to it really understand what is going on. Just read the biblical story of Cain and Abel. It isn't really about murder or brotherhood. It is
about the food industry and a duality that existed in the marketplace at the time the passage was conceived.
I have actually given this a lot of thought. the reason why there is such a response from any populous over cataclysmic events is because they
subconsciously believe we are all following the same thing, and we are.