posted on Dec, 13 2012 @ 07:54 PM
reply to post by 1/2 Nephilim
How many "told ya so" videos and threads are surfacing right now? Alot, and its all before the matter! None of you know what will or will not happen,
your just hoping to get a tad more virtual credibility which amounts to NOTHING.
The reason being, the conmen and snake oil salesmen have faded into the background. In the past few months, the past couple years they are actively
posting throughout the internet to "warn" people, while simultaneously selling books, videos, survival gear, colloidal silver... But now they know the
date is too close. It doesn't make sense investing anymore time/money into a product that has an expiration date.
Yeah, some of them are still scraping what they can off the gullible, but the active marketing campaigns have dried up because they know once the date
passes there's no more money to be made. A few of the crafty ones will play on the whole "consciousness shift" BS for a few months after the new year,
but as people realize it's the same old crappy life they had before, they'll stop buying into it.
Still wondering why they weren't one of the lucky ones to vibrate at a higher frequency. Some of the women might buy a Lelo and actually vibrate in
higher frequencies, maybe even stop playing into doom porn because they found something more satisfying... The world will continue to spin.
Some of us see this, and that's where the, "I told you so." comes into play.
So the world could end tomorrow, ten years from now, a million years from now. (But as someone else mentioned we would probably have some warning.)
That doesn't make any predictions more relevant. There is a calculated probability that the world will be hit with a NEO again in its lifetime, as it
has in the past. No sceptic will deny this...
edit on 13-12-2012 by boncho because: (no reason given)