posted on Sep, 16 2012 @ 09:05 AM
reply to post by vkey08
As to your first post, its a forum, and im not going to take it that seriously anymore, i can work myself into a tizzy, or I can relax and realize
most of the people on here are generally good people.
as to the post im replying to, lets say for arguements sake that the Lucis Trust does have something to do with the 2012 conspiracy, so we have to
draw a connection somehow, again, this is arguments sake.
Lets say the 2012 conspiracy was birthed in the 1980's (im not sure when it started so im just using this as an example) IF the Lucis Trust wanted
to make something big happen and they wanted to pick a date, I wonder if they would pick a date that is significant to them? in order to subtley let
everyone know they were responsible, or maybe just for kicks and giggles, or maybe its some occult ritual or they believe it has to happen during the
solstice ( more crazy psycho energy during the solstice? lol) What Im saying is, your assuming 12/21/12 is just some crazy number that is set in
stone and a bunch of drunk mayan guys came up with it along time ago. I am saying maybe this group specifically chose thise date BECAUSE it was going
to match up with their plans.
I am willing to be a very select few people here have visited the mayan ruins, and even fewer have seen any sort of calendar from the mayas. Which
leads me to believe if there was a powerful group of people behind this, they could rig this whole thing up (I.E. " oh gosh look what we found folks,
a calendar that ends on 12/21/12 what does it mean? OH THE HUMANITY!")
so your kinda assuming that 12/21/12 is set in stone somewhere (quite literally perhaps) your also assuming there isnt a group of people in the world
powerful enough to pull one over on the general public and put a date in everyones mind.