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The date, Dec 21, 2012 truly is the end of something monumental

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posted on Jul, 31 2012 @ 09:48 PM
If there was an Eschaton at the end of time, in a few months from now, you'd think we'd already be getting enough blowback from it in the form of increasing conscious awareness and understanding and comprehension. That people are getting even dumber and dumber as we go, that's sure to set the clock back, at least enough to put it off for another day, while the mindless hoards of the massman, stares transfixed at his twitter feed, frozen in time, born only to serve the global state as a consumer, unwittingly, completely subjugated and obediant to the rule of unknown forces and so-called "elite" people, but only because they have lots of gold, their hooked noses telling another story altogether.

The choice is ours..

I feel like I'm in the Matrix II or something!

posted on Jul, 31 2012 @ 09:57 PM
reply to post by NewAgeMan

Your right, people are getting dumber.. The problem is, it is not the elite or rich, its every other dipstick. Even the elite are probably sitting back brushing their brow thinking, we need to do something about those morons and because they are so stupid, they will not see what we have coming....

posted on Jul, 31 2012 @ 10:08 PM
reply to post by NorEaster

Its the beginning....TYLER is the beginning.

posted on Jul, 31 2012 @ 10:46 PM
I have not attached myself to any formal, 2012 doomsday theories as of this present moment, although I do find it incredibly coincidental that this has been such Abaddon year in so many ways. Riots and revolutions run rampant 'round roiling regions. If this were any other year, I would not fear. Don't you think it odd that this planet seems more and more uninhabitable with each passing day? Is anyone looking forward to 2013 and beyond? Does anyone not find 10% of the global population losing electricity significant in anyway?

America and the rest of the developed (laughable) world is gripped in debt, violence, and extreme weather conditions. This year's temperatures have been record-breaking in their quantity in their record-breaking quality! The entire planet is almost out of food and I hear Mars hasn't been exporting commodities for a while.

On that astronomical note, this whole planet is in so much debt, the World Bank and IMF are being denied credit from the Bank of Sol! (the Sun, for the non-astronomy-nerds). Unless we can find a way to trade in our CDSs for CMEs.

This year has been anything but unremarkable. I have no more hope and optimism for my nation. My people are lethargic and indifferent. Our choices for Presidential office are two sides of the same corporatist/socialist coin. Freedom is illegal. American Idol receives more voter participation.

Y'all better hope December is the end, cuz there aint no point stickin around afterwards. I mean, I get the reluctance to admit that some ancient civilization from thousands of years ago could predict our doom to the day. (How do the calendars even translate? It's like translating whale sounds to dog barking, in my mind.) But don't tell me this SNIP aint weird! Some of you fervent 2012 deniers need to start waking up to the general weirdness, because you're all starting to look ignorant.
edit on 31-7-2012 by ltdan08 because: It's late and I'm tired of doing research for you guys!

edit on 31-7-2012 by ltdan08 because: Research! Re-search! RESEARCH!

posted on Jul, 31 2012 @ 10:48 PM
Wow and I just thought that date was the end of 2012. I hope Jan 1st doesn't prove too boring

posted on Aug, 1 2012 @ 01:06 AM
reply to post by NorEaster

Yeah, I agree that all this 2012 stuff is nonsense and will fade slowly away or shape-shift into something similarly unlikely. You expressed it well too.

On the other hand, whilst it is nonsense, it’s also signals the unhappiness of a large number of people. After all, extreme escapist dreams that depend on planetary or individual consciousness shifts aren’t exactly modest are they?. It’s similar to one person hoping to have a weekend holiday ‘somewhere nice’ whilst another is pinning their hopes on an unpaid ‘best holiday ever.’ One of them is always going to be disappointed! Hmmm. Which one?

Much of the internet, DVD and book madness is the sound of exploitation being drummed out on the heads of these poor folk who dream of escape. Still, it’s just a tune we’ve heard before. Music to some and like cats rutting in the bins to others…

It’ll be over when it’s over, but what becomes of all those who’ve half-heartedly fixed their hopes on escaping this world in December? I feel sorry for them because it’ll be one more disappointment that may lead to yet another Barnumesque piper leading them a merry dance. Sure, ‘there’s one born every minute,’ but I never like seeing gullible or fanciful people being screwed over by those who see them for what they are.

posted on Aug, 1 2012 @ 01:13 AM

We will awaken from our deep sleep & be enlightened.

posted on Aug, 1 2012 @ 02:01 AM
reply to post by ltdan08

I couldn't agree more. I too feel that all these signs of social/economic collapse are more than just coincidences and it's beginning to surprise me when people still seem 1000% convinced that this year will end calmly, like it has before. I mean is everyone just going to forget all the crap they've pulled for more than a century and counting? All the lies, murder, setups, illegal experiments, stealing money, back stabs, secret projects, false flag attacks...the list goes on. Screw that! They will pay for these crimes very soon it seems, they have to...or else there really is no justice out there.

I'm sure in the aftermath a new system will emerge, which will set the guidelines for another few decades. Just have to be aware of false promises, and not fall for the same trick twice.

Best of luck to us in what's to come.

posted on Aug, 1 2012 @ 02:16 AM
You know what it is the end of ? The end of all of these annoying "end of the world end of what ever 2012 threads !!
Sorry someone had to say it.

posted on Aug, 1 2012 @ 02:50 AM

Originally posted by IntoxicatingMadness
This date shall mean nothing more than a set piece for an above average movie. Nothing more. Interesting to think that no one will want answers, They'll just create some bat # inane reason it never followed through.

And then they will pick a brand new date for the end of


posted on Aug, 1 2012 @ 03:39 AM
reply to post by NorEaster

2012 will be uneventful if we let it, as it is a window of oportunity for the human race to finally rise up and be counted. We all feel it, we all want change, and if we don't bring it about before this date then then in our hearts the window will be shut and we shall be further enprisoned.

posted on Aug, 1 2012 @ 03:48 AM
I wonder if on dec 22 we will see an end to threads about :

* Mayan end of world.
* Nibiru coming
* Underground bunkers for the elite.
* Earthquakes increasing preceding global catastrophe.
* Global warming is due to galactic cloud resulting in global catastrophe.

I shall not hold my breathe but I suspect a new date will be invented to allow these conspiracies to continue. Although that said, the Mayan one CANNOT survive past that date.

posted on Aug, 1 2012 @ 04:34 AM
Personally, I'm not sure how useful it is to launch pre-emptive "I told you so!"...such as this thread.

Sure, I get your notion that, if and when 2012 doesn't "deliver" on some kind of radical transformation, it might help usher in a new age of "reason and objectivity" free from the shadows of religious fanaticism and wishful thinking...but I certainly hope that you don't really believe that.

Why do you think the 2012 date has attracted so much attention? Take a look around you, observe the world and what it is going through at the moment.

I personally don't "believe" in 2012 prophecies, but I can recognize a sh#t storm when I see one. We have:

- an increasingly unstable climate causing a cascade of more and more intense flooding, droughts, storms and harsh winters;
- ever tighter competition for increasingly scarce resources in Africa, the Middle East and the Poles;
- wars and revolutions engulfing the middle east;
- the world economy tittering on the brink of collapse;
- an as yet unexplained deterioration of the earth's magnetosphere and a collapse of its stratosphere;
- an as yet unexplained migration of the magnetic poles occuring at an exponential rate over the last 20 years;
- the destruction of civil liberties and the rule of law in most western democracies;
- rocketing food prices, starvation and overpopulation leading to mass migration;

And I could go on and on...

These are the true reasons why there are so many "believers" out there, as you call them. We face problems of such epic proportions, and their consequences are so dire to contemplate, that people turn to faith and supernatural explanations as a last resort.

That's why I don't scoff at "believers". Sure, some of the claims out there are outlandish, some even ridiculous; but when you look closely, you realize each of these theories takes root in an earth problem that is very real but which we fail to address.

The true defeat of reason, in my view, is this failure to recognize this growing list of problems, to stare them in the face, and to take responsibility for them. "I told you so" will be not good then.

posted on Aug, 1 2012 @ 04:58 AM
I got a question
what's the next dooms day after 21 dec 2012?
But since we on the topic 21 12 2012 my 1st kid is due to be born on that day

It will bring doom to this world lol
Muhahaha nah jokes

posted on Aug, 1 2012 @ 05:01 AM
The absolute only thing that I wonder about this total nonsense of 21st December 2012 is...

What is the next end of the world?

Unless some sort of "miracle" (which I'll call personally a coincidence) happens, there is absolutely nothing whatsoever that will happen on 21st December 2012. Except the winter solstice. And that's every year.

[Edited to add:]
wan7ed we have just happened to post at the same time

edit on 1-8-2012 by SpookyVince because: (no reason given)

posted on Aug, 1 2012 @ 05:06 AM

That monumental something is the 2,000+ year Piscean Age, and that age - with its mysticism and secret knowledge and spiritual initiates, who know all the chants and the rituals and the secret handshakes - has to end to allow the Age of Aquarius - with its focus on rationalism, logic, technology, and objective reality - to begin to emerge as a more visceral aspect of what it means to be human on Planet Earth.

I'm just curious as to what you think will cause the end of the age of pisces, considering of course there is no cycle of around 2,600 years. What you said in your very first post on this long and drawn out thread (what else is new) seems sort of ironic to me, considering the "debate" that nothing at all is going to happen. Obviously, if there is no astronomical cycle (click on astronomical cycles, then mesoamerican calendars) then the so-called "age of pisces" and "age of aquarius" don't really exist.

However, wouldn't it be interesting if the planets in our solar system really did "align" with each other, but instead of aligning horizontally, they instead aligned vertically. After all, if you truly spend any significant amount of time researching the different theories of 12.21.12, from as many different angles as possible (forgive me if I'm wrong but isn't the entire point of having these forums to "deny ignorance") you will become aware of the theory that our entire Milky Way Galaxy is actually in orbit around another "satellite" galaxy known as the Large Magellanic Cloud .

Wouldn't it be strange if these two galaxies wound up crossing each other's paths and really did create a "bridge" between one another that some sort of other intelligent life would have the ability to make contact with the Earth?

Peculiar Arp 295
How fast are you moving when you're sitting still?

Of course, I'm not saying that I believe this is what is going to happen, I have merely spent a good amount of my own time researching various theories on the matter.

posted on Aug, 1 2012 @ 05:25 AM
Yes, it marks the end of Pisces, aka Jesus. Hopefully this symbolizes the end of religion, however knowing this it makes religious predictions of end times understandable; the end of Jesus is technically the end of Christianity and thus would usher in the end times, correct? Perhaps it marks the dawn of a new age of man, finally severed from the retardation upon evolutionary progress that is modern religion.

Who knows? It's fun to speculate, but until the date arrives we can't really know. I doubt anything of significance will occur on 12/21/12, as it never does with dates and numerology is the impetus of stupidity.

Man thinks that he is the center of the universe and that his concept of time is what everything revolves around; why would ONE DAY make a difference in a universe that is, according to our understanding, billions of years old?

posted on Aug, 1 2012 @ 05:26 AM

Originally posted by Time2Think
However, wouldn't it be interesting if the planets in our solar system really did "align" with each other, but instead of aligning horizontally, they instead aligned vertically.

Huh ? Vertically ? This doesn't make any sense...??

After all, if you truly spend any significant amount of time researching the different theories of 12.21.12, from as many different angles as possible (forgive me if I'm wrong but isn't the entire point of having these forums to "deny ignorance") you will become aware of the theory that our entire Milky Way Galaxy is actually in orbit around another "satellite" galaxy known as the Large Magellanic Cloud .

The LMC is actually more "in orbit around the Milky Way" than the contrary. This being said however, both orbit around each other, this being centered around a barycenter.

I've not taken the time to look for it, but I wouldn't be surprised if the barycenter in this case was inside our own Milky Way.

posted on Aug, 1 2012 @ 05:35 AM

Originally posted by pacifier2012
Wow and I just thought that date was the end of 2012. I hope Jan 1st doesn't prove too boring

Jan 1st will be painful. I'm talking two paracetamol, waking up at 3pm and still hungover painful.

posted on Aug, 1 2012 @ 05:42 AM
Nobody knows the time, place or the hour but a Higher Power in the Heavenly Realms.

nuff said.

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