posted on Dec, 9 2012 @ 11:29 PM
December 21, 2012. Everyone knows about the paranoia surrounding this date. Many esoteric cultures have placed significance on this date and now
many people think the Earth is going to explode, or Jesus is going to return, or a comet is going to hit, or "something". SOMETHING.
Now... lets just say that maybe the 2012 date the ancients were so interested with is just a celestial marker or simply holds some sort of esoteric
significance. Lets just say that NOTHING OF NATURAL ORIGIN
will occur to bring death and destruction on Dec 21 2012.
Still with me? Good. See where this is going...?
So if the world is erroneously expecting some sort of major doom event on that date, wouldn't that be the perfect time for some global-elite
powerhouse to stage a massive event that actually does cause some doom? Then they could easily say, "Oh man, that was just 2012! Totally sucks
that three continents just blew up, but it was totally 2012's fault. We totally didnt just use a bunch of nukes or some crazy HAARP-style tech to
forward our own agenda.
Get the idea?
So what if all the 2012 hype is just a huge pretext to a false-flag on a global scale? Just a thought I've had lately. I really don't think 2012
will be a doomsday all by itself... but if we're all expecting it anyways, wouldn't that be the perfect time to stage a false flag?
My advice? Stop worrying about some mystical 2012 event that probably won't happen and, instead, be on the lookout for HUMANS
that might want
to do something on that date.
Oh, and hooray for my first thread in years!
edit on 9-12-2012 by Heliophant because: (no reason given)