reply to post by EvanB
No actually I've been thinking. I'm not going to go around saying this in RL because people get really weird about it, but I've realized that
considering that the Mayan calendar and Sumerian Text, various other texts, mention that in 2012 the astronomy changes and also mention some kind of
meteorite activity... It would be not that bold of a claim to say it would not occur smack dab the day dec 21 2012. It would actually take time, at
least a year or two.
The Mayan Calender is now in it's second form so now the new calender starts, in fact it didn't start in 2012 but rather the (end) of 2012. If
such a planet as Niburu would appear it would appear later on, after a few Earth rotations or something. The problem is that when do you decide that
it was false. Unfortinatly I am guessing, I forget, the second Mayan calender ends in 800 years, as apposed to the other one that lasted like 3000
years. So you can't ever say, it never happened, but on a scientific level I would like to say if it ever happened or not in my life time, and put
this thing to rest.
Now lets look at the facts. There is actually a meteor coming for Earth, or actually that's what Nasa claims. I'm not saying freak out, because
even if it did hit Earth it would not really be that bad, plus Nasa seems to be nonchalant about it anyways. But first they said it would hit in
around 2018, that's only like 5 years from now at this point. But they have been changing the date, now it's like 2046, it was 2020ish at one
point. I just can't for the life of me believe there even is a meteorite up there at all period. I just can't imagine the day they deal with it,
but most of us will see that day, and then we will look back on these conversations in retrospect.
I actually was reading the Bible the other day, I never read it before, well once a little bit. I am Athiest, and I assumed the Bible was a
collection of ancient desert fariy stories, but now that I read it, it sounds like total BS, no offense. But I think the people back then were trying
to minipulate people. Actually it sounds like different authors through out time, some BS some just old fables and stuff , and a lot of repition and
also a lot of making a big deal out of how good it was that the world was made. They say it after each flippn sentence.
However, I didn't realize they mention a flaming mountain like structure hitting the ocean, I'm going to look into that. That doesn't sound like
the normal BS preachy manipulative text I read. I didn't read the whole thing. Could it be possible that mixed in with all the BS are ancient
stories that have become more like Paul Bunuon tall tales misinterpreted by monks or something for filler? I'm trying to say that if it mentions a
meteor, how could some loony religious nut from the stone ages make that up? All though they did see meteors back then hit the Earth, like when the
Muslims found that one meteor. Would they be able to guess there were bigger ones out there? But then they say it would hit when our communications
I was never impressed by the y2k thing, it didn't really have any substance. Just because the clock says 00:00, would not signal nukes to kill
everyone, they didn't even have A.I. stuff then for the most part. But the Mayan Calender is pretty credible, more credible than the Bible I would
say. It's the original after all.
I hate to be the guy to make the doomsday prediction right after the other one was wrong, but things don't happen over night. Also I'm not
predicting doomsday, I think doomsday is nonsensical religious stuff. There's no such thing. Also I didn't believe anything would happen dec 21st,
and I most certainly didn't think the world would end because a calender stopped, which it didn't stop. People don't understand the concept of a
If anything happens I'm guessing 2014-2025. Then let's put this thing to rest if we can, as best we can at least.