Is the End of the Month the End of the World?

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posted on Mar, 30 2013 @ 12:31 PM
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end of the world on April fools day!? LOL makes me laugh




posted on Mar, 30 2013 @ 01:09 PM
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Oh my God OP you're right. I've never bought in to these doomsday theories before, but I've quadruple checked your math and I'm declaring 1/4/13 to be the end of the world, without a shadow of a doubt. I am moving my TEACON fridge meter to TEACON1. I will be packing my rice and teabags in to my shed bunker ASAP


OK smart asses. First of all (to the posters that say it's fearmongering, read the first sentence of the post, especially the part that says "maybe, maybe not."

Secondly, completely aside from the numerological aspect, there are very interesting symbolic/ritual correspondences.

Key to this is the FACT (not numerological interpretation) that Mar 31 is the Festival of Luna (Diana/Artemis/Hecate) as celebrated by the Romans.




The Romans later associated Diana with Selene, the goddess of the Moon. (From Selene we get the metal Selenium, the electrical conductivity of which varies with the intensity of the light, like the changing phases of the Moon.)


www.myastrologybook.com...

So it "must be coincidence" that the singer Selena was sacrificed on March 31, 1995.

As for Bohemian Grove and such:


While the owl is not sacred to Diana per say, it is often associated with Hecate, whose aspects have often been blended into Diana's. If the two goddesses were combined, it'd be safe to say that the owl does represent knowledge as the Bohemian's claim, in addition to the much more obvious "dull cares" or alternately just "care." Unlike the owl of Athena/Minerva though, the knowledge that Diana/Hecate's owl represents is the knowledge of the obscure and the occult.


Hecate is certainly no stranger to the Freemasons/Illuminati. The Statue of Liberty was, oddly, based upon her as depictions of Hecate utilized both the unique pointed crown, and the torch. Hecate often carried two torches, albeit in representation of the "morning star," as one of her Greek epithets was Phosphoros (light-bringer aka the Morning Star). Morning Star is an alternate reference to Lucifer


wavetheblack.blogspot.com...


In this same region, temples and Mystery schools were created in her name, most notably the Temple of Artemis/Diana at Ephesus in Turkey, one of the seven wonders of the ancient world. Turkey (formerly Asia Minor), Greece, and the islands of Samothrace, Cyprus, and Crete were among the main centers of the goddess cult. Samothrace, "the Sacred Isle", seems to have been the headquarters for this in the Mediterranean/Aegean region. Here the rites of the "Sisterhood of Daughters" of the Goddess Hecate were performed.3

She was depicted with snake feet and snakes for hair.4 Dogs, the sacred animal to Hecate, were sacrificed to her in these rituals during the dark phase of the Moon. This emphasis on the dog in Hecate myth could connect her symbolically to the "dog star" Sirius, a base for the reptilians. In Colchis, that ancient Egyptian settlement at the foot of the Caucasus Mountains, there was a cemetery sacred to Hecate. Jason of the Argonaut legends was said to have offered a sacrifice to Hecate at Colchis.5 (Colches-ter is the oldest recorded town in England and its first Roman capital).

The Illuminati Satanic network continues to perform sacrifice rituals to Hecate and this goddess was massively part of the symbolism surrounding the ritual murder of Princess Diana, as explained in The Biggest Secret. Indeed, Diana could well have been a sacrifice to Hecate, the triple-headed goddess with the symbolism of Sirius, Sirius B, and Sirius C. The name, Hecate, literally means "One Hundred".

Both Sirius B and C take 50 years to orbit Sirius A and the symbolism of one hundred, the duel orbit of "the twins", was often used as code for the Sirius system, according to Robert Temple in The Sirius Mystery. It is also important to note that, as Temple points out, the ancient Egyptian word and hieroglyph for goddess also means serpent, and their hieroglyph for Sirius also means tooth. Thus the stories of the "serpent's tooth" can be read as the "Goddess Sirius". The Egyptian word for tooth also means dog and, more specifically, dog-god and one hundred.


www.bibliotecapleyades.net...



posted on Mar, 30 2013 @ 01:14 PM
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Originally posted by coyotepoet
Maybe, maybe not but here are some interesting numerological markers:

First, let's look at the dates as compared to the "Mayan End Date"

12/21/12
3/31/13

Both have mirrored numbers, both have doube numbers apparent (22, 33), and looking at the month, 1+2=3, both months break down to the same root number, 3.

Additionally:

It is exactly 100 days from December 21st, 2012
It is exacly 11 days from the Spring Equinox of March 20th
It is 18 days from the announcement of the new pope (a 9 base number) on 3/13
It is 31 days from the May 1 Beltane Holiday (a mirrored 13)


Any other correspondances?


WHY ARE WE STILL TALKING ABOUT THIS!!!!

It was a calendar, it marked an important moment in universe as the cycle started over, but other than being an amazing calculation of celestial cycles, where the heck does it say anything will end? A CIRCLE. No beginning, no ending, it goes around and around. The calendar is even a circle. Your clock is a circle.

As far a numbers go, cool. We can draw conclusions and similarities in all sorts of things with numbers, this is why we use them. Math, physics, chemistry. Pretty cool, right?

My ATS brain get's weirder every day. Anyone else notice my posts keep disintegrating from well thought out, intelligent replies to belligerent ranting? Is it time for a break? I just feel like I can't handle these things anymore.

OP, I'm sorry you were let down, and mislead by the " mayan " prophecies.

There was no Mayan prophecy, rather someone making up their own predictions and trying to use Mayan artifacts as evidence for such.



posted on Mar, 30 2013 @ 01:20 PM
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Is the End of the Month the End of the World?


Having survived Y2K and December of 2012... I guess the end of the world just doesn't hold much excitement anymore.

Don't get me wrong; I do indeed see a steady decline in the value of liberty and life each and every day. I see the globalist agenda working diligently to shove their ideals and plans down the throats of... what? 8 billion human beings?

Someday... if left to the natural course of human/social evolution, we would become a single race under a single world authority. But, those who hold the reigns of power today have no patience for natural evolution. This will be forced upon us and likely within the lifetimes of those younger here today.

Personally? I don't expect to love to see the worst of it but... even so, if the world ended tomorrow, what could I (or anyone else) do about it? When it's time to go, it's time to go and whatever may be left afterwards is not something I would think worth building a survival plan for.

Just my dime.



posted on Mar, 30 2013 @ 01:21 PM
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This must be the 1,617th "end of the world" post just this week. Between what's happening in Korea and the end of the month, these threads are becoming mighty tiresome. For God's sake people, it'll be springtime soon weatherwise. Enjoy yourselves and live for today.



posted on Mar, 30 2013 @ 01:28 PM
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It actually ended 12/21/12, we just forgot to tell you. Sorry



posted on Mar, 30 2013 @ 01:42 PM
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LMAO!!! hell yeah it did, and those of us that made it through Y2K are fortunate!!! One day the world will end. and we will go out in a whimper.



posted on Mar, 30 2013 @ 01:54 PM
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Im quite sure it's not-absolutely no point worrying about it-and besides,any and every day could be the "end of the world".For those who pass on,it is the end of This world.Which could,like i said,be any day-rather concentrate on trying to get the most out of each day you have now
Happy Easter-and bite the ears off a choc bunny-it never stops being fun!



posted on Mar, 30 2013 @ 01:58 PM
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I just want to throw something out there i was pondering over dinner.

Bear in Mind I am not a Christian in any shape.

Easter this year was 29th.

Easter Monday is 1st April.

Isn't Easter Monday supposed to be the day that "Christ rose from the dead" meaning that this whole three days of darkness thing could refer to time when the "light of Christ" was removed from the earth. I.e. darkness. grief, despair etc.

29th, 30th 31st Three days.

Just a thought

Meaning that the 1st will be a new beginning?



posted on Mar, 30 2013 @ 02:11 PM
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No, the day of the resurrection is Sunday.
Hence the weekly celebration, as well as the annual focus on Easter Sunday.



posted on Mar, 30 2013 @ 02:29 PM
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That could just be dogma. Does the crucifixion story say that he was interned for 3 days? rendering it pretty pointless when the day is celebrated today? point is 3 days of "darkness" occur at this time in conjunction with this whole idea culminating the last day on the 31st?



posted on Mar, 30 2013 @ 02:51 PM
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Jesus was found "raised" on what is described variously as "the day after the Sabbath" (ie the day after Saturday) or "the first day of the [Jewish] week" (ie the day after Saturday).

As far as I know, Easter Monday and Whit Monday were invented by the Victorian legislators who established Bank Holidays.



posted on Mar, 30 2013 @ 04:49 PM
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Every single day its the end of the world for someone......people die you know.
Maybe just the end of this world though



posted on Mar, 30 2013 @ 05:02 PM
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Perhaps we should have a separate section on ATS for "Doom Porn"

A place where all the doom pornographers could gather, compare notes, socialize, celebrate and dance to the Doors.


www.youtube.com...



edit on 30-3-2013 by olaru12 because: (no reason given)



posted on Mar, 30 2013 @ 05:20 PM
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No, nobody is taking any of this seriously. This time tomorrow we will all be done for. Why cant you see it? Why do you mock?

I believe, i know it's gonna happen, I've 'seen '



edit on 30/3/13 by logicalview because: bit rusty!



posted on Mar, 30 2013 @ 05:42 PM
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Hit me with 3 days of darkness and Ill be relieved. This would be so much fun, if it really happened.



posted on Mar, 30 2013 @ 06:03 PM
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No, nobody is taking any of this seriously. This time tomorrow we will all be done for. Why cant you see it? Why do you mock? I believe, i know it's gonna happen, I've 'seen '


YOU mock...but you also use Homer, so you win. But, for all those hardcore mockers and name-callers, I don't even take this totally serious. I merely see some numerological and symbolic correspondences, which I decided to point out, in the Prediction forum no less and I still get s**t about it, like I posted it as if it were an absolute fact something is going to happen tomorrow, which I didn't.



posted on Mar, 30 2013 @ 06:17 PM
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well its the 31st of the 3rd 2013 and we are still here


just wanted to say I told you so, havent done that in a while lol oh no wait I did it 3 months ago when i said nothing would happen on dec 21st 2012.



posted on Mar, 30 2013 @ 06:24 PM
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Every single day its the end of the world for someone......people die you know. Maybe just the end of this world though


Yeah, even though I get lumped in with the doom-porn category, I'm actually a much more optimistic end of the world as we know it vs. the actual end of the world when it comes to these kinds of things:

Any one of a number of things could happen to fit the bill of "The End of the World":

*The dismantling of the Illuminati power structure (military-indust complex, etc), which would lead to non-GMO and healthier food, end of war and move towards peaceful cooperation, dismantling of large scale child sex/porn rings, release of free energy technology, etc.

*Absolute, undeniable disclosure of extra-terrestrial/dimensional life and interaction with "aliens". Which would lead to a big disruption in people's religious beliefs as well as the release of alternate energy sources and a new understanding about our universe.

*Global Thermonuclear war, or at least a mean and nasty WWIII ending with America as the loser as suggested by Albert Pike.

*A "Global Coastal Event" due to volcanic, earthquake, or Planet X activity.

*An EMP from the Sun or nuclear device that forces people out of the electronic tech realm and back into the cooperative and local level 1800's kinds of interactions.

*A global, highly fatal pandemic, natural or engineered.

*The reconnection of people with their multi-dimensional selves/perceptions. Which would naturally lead to the redevelopment of our natural psychic abilities and create relationships based on a higher integrity as nobody would be able to hide things from each other.

There are numerous other scenarios that could fit the bill, some positive, some negative. Me, I tend to push for the positive ones, the dismantling of the 1% power structure, the development of more equitable living, education, and health standards rather than the masses being treated like Goyim. The none of us is free if one of us is chained standard.

So mockers, go ahead and mock, but in many cases, the end of the world as we know it could be a very positive thing for humanity.



posted on Mar, 30 2013 @ 06:29 PM
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well its the 31st of the 3rd 2013 and we are still here just wanted to say I told you so, havent done that in a while lol oh no wait I did it 3 months ago when i said nothing would happen on dec 21st 2012.


Love that Euro/Aussie centric smarmy "told you so" attitude. It becomes you. But it won't be the 31st in some parts of the world for another 8 or 9 hours. Like I've said for any body with reading comprehension skills (which is apparently low in the mocker crowd,) I merely pointed out a set of correspondences, I didn't say for a fact that one thing or another would or would not happen.

so be intelligent and at least argue with me about the correspondences rather than saying, "I told you so" it's the 31st already in part of the world.





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