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posted on Dec, 27 2012 @ 10:28 PM
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Originally posted by vpjanitorial
I've never once thought that on December 21st 2012 a big event would happen to wipe out earth. I still believe however that HUGE earth changes are coming very, very soon. I've spend the last year off from work studying, meditating. I visited Psychics, I got hypnosis with Dolloras Cannon, I went to remote viewing with the best. I did all this because I wanted to make sure the feelings I was having weren't crazy.

I quit my great job in California and moved to Indiana, even left behind my entire house. I know you think I'm crazy, but the events will come when you least expect


you say you quit your job and home because of what "remote viewers" and "psychics" told you about the end of the world. well i think the money spent on con men/women could have been better spent on a good doctor. you must have had some good savings to just give up a job and a home and relocate not going back to work because your studying the end of the world.
ok i think personally that this is completely made up to make fun of the.gullible and wind people up i dont think there is a word of truth in it and i think you're wetting yourself laughing at the gullible people defending your vague flimsy story. I have as much proof of that as you do your claims but apparently thats the standard these days as for the people winging about skeptics we have as much right to post in here as the willfully ignorant people and we've heard it all before drone drone drone. Just because you will believe anything without any evidence doesnt mean everyone else has to have a labotomy to join in the conversation. Enjoy your doom porn. we know you will never let the facts get in the way of a good story. just because you dont like your own tiny life doesnt mean you should wish for the.whole world to be put through hell so you can have a little adventure it's a bit much.




posted on Dec, 27 2012 @ 10:28 PM
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Originally posted by CaticusMaximus

Originally posted by goou111
you 2012ers just cant help yourself huh?

enough is enough


Its so interesting to me... multitudes of cynical scoffers seem compelled to flock to threads like these and seem programmed to parrot some cliche response, over and over again, even though they apparently "dont care" (but still feel the need to post), are convinced "nothing will happen" (a logical impossibility), and so forth.

What compels the herds of "skeptics" to jump onto every thread they see? Who are you all trying to convince repeating yourselves over and over? Others? Or yourselves?

It seems like a fear based reaction to me. That would explain the incessant need to repeatedly go on the offensive against anything that if it were to happen, might shake up the box theyve placed reality into.
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And for every flock there is one or two you guys... the ones that have to point it out and then place a nice feather in your cap while putting up a nice smug smile.



posted on Dec, 27 2012 @ 10:43 PM
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Only time will tell, brother.
I never felt any anxiety prior to 21/12/12 yet I did prior to Hurricane Katrina, the boxing day Tsunami and the Melbourne bush fires of a few years back.
If I start feeling anxious I might post my first thread.
It is only after the fact that I realise how crap I felt prior. It is something I am just learning to understand.
I agree there could be more to come. I sincerely hope not but you just dont know.



posted on Dec, 27 2012 @ 11:02 PM
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wanna put money on it?



posted on Dec, 27 2012 @ 11:27 PM
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Originally posted by CaticusMaximus

Originally posted by goou111
you 2012ers just cant help yourself huh?

enough is enough


Its so interesting to me... multitudes of cynical scoffers seem compelled to flock to threads like these and seem programmed to parrot some cliche response, over and over again, even though they apparently "dont care" (but still feel the need to post), are convinced "nothing will happen" (a logical impossibility), and so forth.

What compels the herds of "skeptics" to jump onto every thread they see? Who are you all trying to convince repeating yourselves over and over? Others? Or yourselves?

It seems like a fear based reaction to me. That would explain the incessant need to repeatedly go on the offensive against anything that if it were to happen, might shake up the box theyve placed reality into.
edit on 12/27/2012 by CaticusMaximus because: (no reason given)


Yes, like moths to a lamp, they insist on inserting themselves where they really have no business being at all.

But, to each his own, I suppose.

I've been pondering the question for a while myself, and I'm convinced that fear is the reason. A lot of them probably even really realize it. But their subconscious is saying "Its ok! Everything is going to be alright! A natural disaster on a massive scale simply CANNOT happen in my lifetime now because I walked right into that thread and told that guy how it is! Yep. I threw every ounce of logic I could muster into this argument, and I won!"

Ok, I could be wrong... But, you try making sense of a group of people who spend every possible minute of their lives discussing something they claim to have no interest in nor believe in.

It's like some demented, twisted, bass-ackwards form of religious evangelism...

I mean...I don't know about you, but I like to spend my time doing things I enjoy, researching topics I'm interested in, and having discussions about things that I believe could at least have some chance of happening. So, from my own limited perspective, these self proclaimed skeptics are a rather odd group. Perhaps a self hating type of personality disorder?

Oh... No... Wait. I forgot. WE are the ones with the personality disorder. We people who do things we enjoy and who have the ability to entertain and speculate over various possibilities in our universe without accepting them as "the one single truth".

Maybe that's it? Skeptics are simply unable to talk about anything hypothetically beyond simple concepts like "What if it rains tomorrow?" Or, "There could be traffic this Sunday...it IS labor day weekend, we better leave early just in case."

Basically, their mind can only process events that they are familiar with? Or only scenarios where everything is always alright at the ending? I mean, yeah, I'll admit this "2012 worldwide disaster" thing is pretty far out there. But does that mean I'm going to forget my manners and revert to my 10 year old self and start making fun of people who are different than me? No! I have a strange ability of being able to talk about things, and even stating that I personally do not believe in something without having to belittle and ostracize everyone around me. I guess I'm funny like that... I actually feel sorry for them
Not the few civil skeptics... But the people who cannot come across something that conflicts with their beliefs without having to say something nasty or mean to somebody who did them no harm. That must be a miserable existence
I hope they will be able to get the help they need so they can be happy again, so long as they don't need to hurt anyone else in order to be happy.



posted on Dec, 27 2012 @ 11:35 PM
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Originally posted by skyzeagle
reply to post by gnosticagnostic
 


Doom porn?? Is that where doom strips in front of a webcam and sleeps with the pizza delivery guy?


lmao you secretly long to be a pizza delivery guy huh... however most girls go for a man in uniform... just sayin



posted on Dec, 27 2012 @ 11:38 PM
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I'll take the bet at 10:1 odds. If the world doesn't end by next year, you owe me $2800. If it does end I'll pay you $28,000.

Deal?

Ps ask your psychic for a refund.



posted on Dec, 28 2012 @ 12:47 AM
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Originally posted by 3n19m470

Originally posted by CaticusMaximus

Originally posted by goou111
you 2012ers just cant help yourself huh?

enough is enough


Its so interesting to me... multitudes of cynical scoffers seem compelled to flock to threads like these and seem programmed to parrot some cliche response, over and over again, even though they apparently "dont care" (but still feel the need to post), are convinced "nothing will happen" (a logical impossibility), and so forth.

What compels the herds of "skeptics" to jump onto every thread they see? Who are you all trying to convince repeating yourselves over and over? Others? Or yourselves?

It seems like a fear based reaction to me. That would explain the incessant need to repeatedly go on the offensive against anything that if it were to happen, might shake up the box theyve placed reality into.
edit on 12/27/2012 by CaticusMaximus because: (no reason given)


Yes, like moths to a lamp, they insist on inserting themselves where they really have no business being at all.

But, to each his own, I suppose.

I've been pondering the question for a while myself, and I'm convinced that fear is the reason. A lot of them probably even really realize it. But their subconscious is saying "Its ok! Everything is going to be alright! A natural disaster on a massive scale simply CANNOT happen in my lifetime now because I walked right into that thread and told that guy how it is! Yep. I threw every ounce of logic I could muster into this argument, and I won!"

Ok, I could be wrong... But, you try making sense of a group of people who spend every possible minute of their lives discussing something they claim to have no interest in nor believe in.

It's like some demented, twisted, bass-ackwards form of religious evangelism...

I mean...I don't know about you, but I like to spend my time doing things I enjoy, researching topics I'm interested in, and having discussions about things that I believe could at least have some chance of happening. So, from my own limited perspective, these self proclaimed skeptics are a rather odd group. Perhaps a self hating type of personality disorder?

Oh... No... Wait. I forgot. WE are the ones with the personality disorder. We people who do things we enjoy and who have the ability to entertain and speculate over various possibilities in our universe without accepting them as "the one single truth".

Maybe that's it? Skeptics are simply unable to talk about anything hypothetically beyond simple concepts like "What if it rains tomorrow?" Or, "There could be traffic this Sunday...it IS labor day weekend, we better leave early just in case."

Basically, their mind can only process events that they are familiar with? Or only scenarios where everything is always alright at the ending? I mean, yeah, I'll admit this "2012 worldwide disaster" thing is pretty far out there. But does that mean I'm going to forget my manners and revert to my 10 year old self and start making fun of people who are different than me? No! I have a strange ability of being able to talk about things, and even stating that I personally do not believe in something without having to belittle and ostracize everyone around me. I guess I'm funny like that... I actually feel sorry for them
Not the few civil skeptics... But the people who cannot come across something that conflicts with their beliefs without having to say something nasty or mean to somebody who did them no harm. That must be a miserable existence
I hope they will be able to get the help they need so they can be happy again, so long as they don't need to hurt anyone else in order to be happy.


You mad bro?



posted on Dec, 28 2012 @ 12:47 AM
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Originally posted by DIRTYDONKEY
You are correct it is still 2012 for four more days, and spring will be in 2013, not 2012, so what exactly are you trying to get at?


The North American Spring



posted on Dec, 28 2012 @ 12:54 AM
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It will SHOCK and HORRIFY you...

"THE SON OF 2012"
(Brought to you in Stereoscope)

Coming soon to a theatre near you!

Rated R



posted on Dec, 28 2012 @ 01:01 AM
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I think what you're trying to say is that something important is still going to happen. Lots of sources say that somewhere around 2030 or 2025, the world is going to end... Unless there is a stockpile of evidence, I say I don't believe it.



posted on Dec, 28 2012 @ 01:15 AM
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reply to post by vpjanitorial
 


First you claim inside information from your job as a janitor.

Second you claim it is corroborated by your psychic.

Third you admit you sound nuts. I agree.

Forth I will take that bet now where can I meet you to get this in writing. I am serious put money where your mouth is.



posted on Dec, 28 2012 @ 02:16 AM
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Why do some people want the 2012 phenom to continue? I think it has to do with the fact that they want their lives to have more purpose. Going to work everyday, growing old and dwindling away is not that sexy of an idea. The fact is it will happen to most of us. Sure we would all like to think our lives have a larger more meaningfull purpose but the fact is most of ours wont. Must of us will grow old in a nursing home and live there until we pass. For many years people have said, " the end is near". I believe its how we all deal with our mortality. We just cant accpet that we are nothing special and think that surely our lives have a greater purpose and that we will be a part of this big event. NOPE, just our own personal apocolypse.

What if each of us expeiences our own personal apocolypse when we past. The final fight of good versus evil.



posted on Dec, 28 2012 @ 02:43 AM
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Originally posted by vpjanitorial
I assure you we will see destruction like never before by the end of spring.

Really? Oh boy!



edit on 28-12-2012 by NewAgeMan because: Futterwacken Mad Hatter Dance added.



posted on Dec, 28 2012 @ 02:53 AM
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Why would you move to Indiana? If the New Madrid decides to split this country in two, Indiana is one of the few states that won't exist anymore.



posted on Dec, 28 2012 @ 03:26 AM
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reply to post by vpjanitorial
 


If you now live in Indiana

why the heck would you want

to survive a catastrophe?



posted on Dec, 28 2012 @ 03:39 AM
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reply to post by Baddogma
 


I live in Indiana, and I full heatedly agree with your statement.



posted on Dec, 28 2012 @ 03:45 AM
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And here we go again...

My prediction is that the sun will go red giant and all life on earth perish in give or take 10 billion years



posted on Dec, 28 2012 @ 05:31 AM
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reply to post by St Udiosays we need to be wiped from the planet so that the planet may survive
 


What a scary post, valuing this planet above sentient human life. Humans > any given rock we are living on. I agree we should do a better job of taking care of it, but you seem to want us gone. But you're one of us, so that makes this post seem a little suicidal.



posted on Dec, 28 2012 @ 05:33 AM
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OP: Here is what I don't get... those books you mentioned that she writes talk about light workers, ascension, things of that nature, from the many reviews of them I have read, not disaster, so it seems like the story you are selling and her story totally clash.





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