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Sorry, didn't know you were one of them. Anyways, never read a new age prediction or theory that stood up to a real test.
After the passing of 2012 without so much as a whimper, I will NEVER believe ANYONE who says they know what is going to happen EVER again.
I will not extend you provisional faith, suspended judgement, nor a wait and see attitude.
You are no better or different than the countless others who have come before you and you will fall and fail in the exact same way.
It is called learning from experience, which I have.
It is the people who keep on keepin on who worry me.
At what point do people just admit they were gullible and probably extended too much faith in things unseen?
At what point do you ground yourself and get back to the real world that we are currently living in and stop looking for a world which we do NOT live in to just fall in our laps?
reply to post by AfterInfinity
Got educated a long time ago, eh? Time to freshen up on some of your facts. Fun fact: a lot of crazy little ideas that are considered "new age" were actually supported by ancient cultures, traditions and religions, many of which were buried by Christianity. Only now do they have the freedom and courage to come to light without being outright persecuted, and funnily enough, science is confirming a lot of it. The stuff we didn't have the science to understand then, we're developing the science to understand now. That's the stuff that's called "new age", and it's only new because it's been hiding from the Christian baddies for centuries. Hell, the battery was new to us hundreds of years after the Egyptians first invented it.
Originally posted by Phantom28804
Am I the only one that is in shock and awe or just plain dumfounded on how the 2012 doomsday prophecies are still going? Its time to accept that you were wrong and move on. I need a wall to slam my head into.
Originally posted by AfterInfinity
Of or relating to a complex of spiritual and consciousness-raising movements originating in the 1980s and covering a range of themes from a belief in spiritualism and reincarnation to advocacy of holistic approaches to health and ecology.
Put away that broad brush, would ya? It's a little offensive.
1. of or pertaining to a movement espousing a broad range of philosophies and practices traditionally viewed as occult, metaphysical, or paranormal.