posted on Sep, 11 2012 @ 01:43 AM
Okay, first of all, this is my first post. I have been watching ATS for quite a while. In that time, for the first little bit, I found this site as a
joke—a good laugh. Admittedly, after a while I saw some relevance in it. I saw some people who were worried, some people who hoaxed (for a good
laugh and egg on certain people’s faces while other’s just had a laugh), and some people who asked questions.
Now, a little about me: I am in university for psychology as a major and political sciences as a minor. I am great at thinking about the world as a
scientific object, that is to say: I think about everything as a reproducible experiment. I can show you a dime-a-dozen experiments you will call me a
liar and a fraud for, yet I can reproduce those experiments a hundred times over—as any one of you can—the very same experiments psychologists,
psychiatrists and even sociologists have been practicing for years.
I am also a person with extensive knowledge of Christianity and the occult. I am a former Mormon-turned-Wiccan-turned-pagan on the basis that I have
seen things, felt things, heard things (etc) and done things (yes, I will admit) I cannot and will never be able to reproduce using the Scientific
I am the Average Canadian. I grew up in an average Upper Middle Class neighborhood. I was the kind of teenage who knew everything and yet still
managed to screw up their grades. I have been a druggy, a low income earner, and now I am once again a student (as mentioned above). My grades are
great, blah, blah, blah.
I found ATS while loaded—honestly—and I had a great time reading some of the articles/forums. Some of them were downright funny. When I was bored
I would come here and read a few pieces and be well entertained.
And then I found some forums that hit home, and then I actually started reading because I was interested. I started coming daily and just reading
(trolling if you want to call it that), but as the days and weeks have gone on I have started to see a trend. You’ve got your ‘End of the
World’, the World War III columnists who say WWIII has started or will start TOMORROW and the obvious hoaxers. As the U.S political election draws
closer, inevitably, debate happens.
The trend I am seeing is not conspiracies, but wild conjecture and even purely idiotic claims that, anyone with a brain, can see through or can reason
out scientifically. And those who reason these out in the forums are called naysayers and worse.
What I am not seeing lately is nothing that can be close to reality (Yes, reality can be a lot stranger than you think, I accept that).
We’ve got images going up that are about Nibiru, thus topics, which if you knew anything about physics—Newton and Kepler—you would realize could
not exist. Or a better way to describe it: is *we* could not exist in the form we are now. It goes into a lot of different aspects, but the main one
is simply this: gravity. With a second sun, Earth would be ripped out of the “sweet spot” or destroyed. Period.
December 21st 2012. First logical question: why would any civilization need a calendar going a thousand or more years into the future? Yes, as far as
I know, images have been found that, interpreted loosely, show a “raise in radiation” but nowhere (not even counting the ‘new found calendar’)
is there anything the Mayans show/foretell the end of the world.
The Illuminati Clock: what the hell? The perfectibilists(sp) are gone; good as dead. I have no intention to say the Illuminati do not exist—or some
sort of NWO-type establishment—but really? A clock? A PUBLIC clock? A PUBLIC CLOCK ON A WEB SITE? Come on now. If the NWO wanted you to know
something, you would know it, even if it was just something small and insignificant. It would be a bread crumb, something only certain members of the
society might guess—like the ATS—with potential for the whole world to discover.
If some sort of New World Order exists, they are not going to cater to us. The best way is to use small, underhanded, events (and yes, 9/11 is small
in worldwide affairs, even first-world nation). Then, when the dust begins to settle, use a little bit bigger event; let the dust settle a bit and use
a bit bigger event. When everyone is sufficiently scared a ‘hero’ comes into play—a new JFK if you will—who will tell you your problems and
give you a solution to solve it. Worse yet, he WOULD solve the problesm.
It’s the same as psych. At first I ask blatant questions: how’s your family doing, how’s work, etc. Then, when I think I have something I am
concerned about, I ask more pointed questions. When I touch a nerve? I ‘beat around the bush’ and either ask insignificant questions that are
actually incredibly significant, or in extreme cases, I use a sort of verbal slight-of-hand and get you to tell me what I want/need to know. A
summation? I work small (small event), I get bigger (bigger event), and then I just sit back and (worst case scenario) let you offer me what I want to
know. In that event, you tell me what I want to know (the hero per se).
If this was the 20’s to the 70’s (latest the eighties) war between the U.S, Isreal, Iran, and anyone else, would have been profitable and waged in
a recession. Why? The people at home working in factories for the war effort. That could be the person making the bullets or putting together the
armored vehicles. War means jobs and jobs means money in the economy. However, in this day and age, where everything is automated, war is no longer a
means for money. War is now debt.
Granted there could be a war between Iran and Israel (or Russia or China or…), but it’s not going to be the same war we saw in Iraq (the first
time). Afganistan and Iraq II are a prequel, tiny and insignificant countries. If war—a *real* war—was to break out it would be either (A) a short
skirmish where diplomacy quickly finds some sort of resolution or (B) a “go-for-broke” scenario where large, countries fail.
If, as a hypothetical situation, the U.S went to war with China two things would happen. (1) As expected, one country would win due to military
superiority (not counting numbers of people one country could pit against another) or (2) one of the countries would economically fail. If a (2)
scenario were to happen, that is time to worry. That is when “go-for-broke” comes into play. That is when one country, whether militarily superior
or not, has failed and will pull the stop-gap measures, in this case Nukes.
In closing ATS: I’m not saying there isn’t any weird crap going on in our world because there is. I will be the first one to raise my hand and say
there is. Whether aliens or military, there are things in the night sky we can’t be sure of. We can’t explain what happens after death—no
scientist can honestly try for it is the only undiscovered country we can’t access while alive—so ghosts, poltergeists, zombies, etc can actually
exist. Metaphysics is a science not yet found.
What I am saying, ATS, is really read and fact-check what you putting your voice to. If there is a “second sun” find out what it COULD be.
Is Obama not from the states? You bet your ass he would not be allowed to run for Federal Candidacy.
Is Romney the devil? Well...the jury is still out on that one.
Is WWIII going to break out because of Israel and Iran? Doubtful. By the polit