Originally posted by cry93
reply to post by TheKeyMaster
Well you are obviously seeking something.
At worst whatever you believe you know is just your opinion. I have no idea why someone would be afraid to express an opinion on an anonymous forum.
Originally posted by badpuppeh
It would all depend. Some secrets are secret for a reason and not everything that is lost is meant to be found. Sometimes they are lost for a reason. If you came about this knowledge as a personal revelation it almost wouldn't matter who you told because they didn't take the same path to find the answer as you did. And your revelation may not be the same as mine. Some truths are universal, some are individual and based in perspective after experience. Either way, you would never get the information out to everyone and even if you could less than half would believe you before it was too late. So it is a mixed bag.
Originally posted by tallcool1
OK - so you seem to be saying that you have some kind of knowledge about 12/21/12 that could possibly help a great many people, but it's complicated and additionally you don't like the idea of being mocked by people who are skeptical. People you likely will never meet anyway. There are really only 2 bluntly clear options if you are being honest.
1) Either save people by revealing what you know, even at the risk being mocked
2) Say nothing and be a coward. Everyone dies. The end.
Originally posted by TheKeyMaster
Imagine that just recently you felt you discovered all the answers to the riddles we have been looking for... and you were debating with yourself when you should reveal this information... knowing that this Dec 21st date was supposed to be soo key to everything... would you reveal this info now OR not reveal it fearing that you yourself could be the cause of the Dec 21st event?
Also... IF you did have this information... how would you reveal it if you wanted to keep a low profile?