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

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posted on Apr, 1 2013 @ 10:19 AM
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btw. there should be a special area in this forum just for all the predictions that never came true and everybody who posts one should be banned. I am really tired somehow of all this predictions without evidence


Wow, you really are all stupid with poor reading comprehension. Either that or simply know--it-all-a$%ho$es.

#1 I never made a prediction, I asked a question. A prediction is someone saying something is going to happen on such and such a day. I just pointed out some interesting correspondences as there is a lot to be learned in symbols.

So that makes the second point a direct result of your poor reading comprehension:

#2 How about a ban on people going into forums that are specifically intended for such things and calling for bans on people that post there. If it upsets you then visit other forums on the board, there are lots of them.




posted on Apr, 1 2013 @ 10:48 AM
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Originally posted by coyotepoet
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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.


It was not a mock, just a fact, but thanks for the stead fast reply, I am with you on the positive aspects of an "end of the world" scenario. One team , multipule attributes, new world ....peace



posted on Apr, 4 2013 @ 06:18 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


That's like saying when people move, it's always the "end of a country" for someone. That doesn't make any sense.

Also, the end of an individual physical body is not the same thing as the end of the world. Leaving a world is not the same as 'end of the world', you know.

A country doesn't end when someone leaves it, and the world doesn't end when someone leaves it, either.

(This "dying" you speak of is just a form of leaving or travel - the self never dies, only the temporary body does, although the body was never really alive - it only seemed so, because it was inhabited by a living self. It begins rotting immediately after the self leaves it - and bodies cannot be brought 'back to life' after that. If the body was ever 'alive', surely it would be possible to bring a body back to life after the self leaves it for good, wouldn't it?)

Having said all that, I see what you mean - when a group of people dies in an earthquake, flood, tsunami, volcanic eruption or some other kind of disaster/chaos event, it will certainly feel like 'the end of the world' for them, and it's hard to make a distinction until afterwards. I mean, if your house started shaking, and everything you saw around you was in chaos, and then you died - wouldn't you conclude that it was the end of the world?

But still, any way you really and truly look at it, if you are honest, you must admit that as long as the world exists and people continue living in it, it has not ended, whether YOU are in the world or not.



posted on Apr, 4 2013 @ 08:43 PM
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That's like saying when people move, it's always the "end of a country" for someone. That doesn't make any sense.


In a way I see what you are saying. But, here's another way of saying it. Gurdieff, at one point in his life was convinced the end of the world was coming. It was shortly thereafter he died, making it the end of the world for him. It's all in the perception.



posted on Apr, 4 2013 @ 08:59 PM
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What, another we all are doomed on a certain date? Again?????
When can we get to the point of locking and killing these sort of threads?
I mean seriously, we've had 4-5 certain due dead dates, and they've all crapped out. 3 In less than 2 months!
At what point do we all collectively say, "Enough is a freaking enough!"

Look, I get it, you want to be a hero, fine. Go help out at a homeless shelter if you want to make a difference.

An yes, I'll still be here next month as well, still.
M.



posted on Apr, 5 2013 @ 08:01 AM
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What, another we all are doomed on a certain date? Again????? When can we get to the point of locking and killing these sort of threads? I mean seriously, we've had 4-5 certain due dead dates, and they've all crapped out. 3 In less than 2 months! At what point do we all collectively say, "Enough is a freaking enough!" Look, I get it, you want to be a hero, fine. Go help out at a homeless shelter if you want to make a difference. An yes, I'll still be here next month as well, still. M.


Ahh...thank you for your brilliant insight. However as I have said time and again that is not was this thread was about. It was about asking a question and pointing out the correspondences. Not saying, "The world is definitely going to end on this date."

I swear, either all you guys that make posts like this are stupid as dirt with poor reading comprehension or you don't even bother reading the thread, instead seeing just "end of the world" and adding your unintelligent and most times judgemental opinion on something you didn't even read.



posted on Apr, 5 2013 @ 10:03 AM
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Maybe it's because we are tired of this sort of crap.

Seriously, If I had a hundred bucks for every number-playing-prognosticator who asked 'are we doomed on this XX/XX/XXX?' Or said we are doomed on this XX/XX/XXXX date, I'd be able to buy a lot of crap.

The fact is, historically on this site, every single swinging dick that has come along and made some sort of forecast asking that question, or bluntly, 'making the statement of certain doom' on some numerically obfuscated date; has been wrong.

If you find that this information offends you, that's your own look out.

I, and others evidently, are tired of people claiming their system of numbers is a viable prognostication for future events. If people are so certain of their divining number manipulation skills, why are they not in Vegas raking in the money left and right? Putting their certainty to use in improving their lives? However, we don't see Vegas going bankrupt, what we see is these people coming here, trying for fame or glory in predicting crap over and over again.

The fact that you had to ask, 'Is the end of the month the end of the world?' in your subject heading.... Creating yet more hyperbole and attention 'look at me drama,' rather than saying, "Hey I've got this numbers theory, let's discuss it."
Only goes to show you are not looking to discuss crap, you're just creating more prognostication fodder/ doom porn.

Then you act offended that I'm not responding in a manner favorable to your fated numerical intentions.

Historically, numerically induced hysteria in prognostication of any doom, has met justifiable incredulity if not derision; and been wrong to boot. Go ahead, search the site, no single numbers related theory of a dead by date has ever been right.

If you want to make a difference and really want to discuss numbers theory, clearly creating hyperbolic titles to create doom porn drama isn't the way to do it. Because frankly, a lot of people, including myself, are tired of having the 'we are all dead by due date crap' foisted upon us.

M.
edit on 5-4-2013 by Moshpet because: M+A+T+H = 42



posted on Apr, 5 2013 @ 10:14 AM
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If you want to make a difference and really want to discuss numbers theory, clearly creating hyperbolic titles to create doom porn drama isn't the way to do it. Because frankly, a lot of people, including myself, are tired of having the 'we are all dead by due date crap' foisted upon us.


Here's a suggestion for you then: there are LOTS of other forums on this site alone. If it bothers you so much then maybe you may want to consider staying away from this forum. I'm sure the regular posters in this forum would not miss your witty and intelligent insights.



posted on Apr, 6 2013 @ 07:25 AM
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Originally posted by Shoujikina


Every single day its the end of the world for someone......people die you know.
Maybe just the end of this world though


That's like saying when people move, it's always the "end of a country" for someone. That doesn't make any sense.

Also, the end of an individual physical body is not the same thing as the end of the world. Leaving a world is not the same as 'end of the world', you know.

A country doesn't end when someone leaves it, and the world doesn't end when someone leaves it, either.

(This "dying" you speak of is just a form of leaving or travel - the self never dies, only the temporary body does, although the body was never really alive - it only seemed so, because it was inhabited by a living self. It begins rotting immediately after the self leaves it - and bodies cannot be brought 'back to life' after that. If the body was ever 'alive', surely it would be possible to bring a body back to life after the self leaves it for good, wouldn't it?)

Having said all that, I see what you mean - when a group of people dies in an earthquake, flood, tsunami, volcanic eruption or some other kind of disaster/chaos event, it will certainly feel like 'the end of the world' for them, and it's hard to make a distinction until afterwards. I mean, if your house started shaking, and everything you saw around you was in chaos, and then you died - wouldn't you conclude that it was the end of the world?

But still, any way you really and truly look at it, if you are honest, you must admit that as long as the world exists and people continue living in it, it has not ended, whether YOU are in the world or not.



My friend a totally get where you are coming from but it is indeed a matter of perspective in such as the existence of everything around you is a product of your reality being manifested by your mind through all the physical senses you poses.

When that consciousness ends in this 3rd dimensional plain regardless of the soul theory the world in a sense ends. It is merely an individual with all senses intact and a mind to interpret those electrical impulses that makes up the world you see. In fact the very premise that color is perceived differently by people can indicate just how unique your experience is of this world.

I just get tired of people (and I'm not directly pointing fingers at you) moping around with the intent of theorizing a multitude of elaborate end of the word predictions/schemes when in actual fact their "predictions" for whatever their "evidence" points out to is as good as the next guys guess.

In fact its alarming to see so many people focus on the "end of the book" without reading all the "chapter", realizing the immense amount of events that partook in such a complex and fascinating matter to bring about their very existence. In biological terms 90 %(rough figure) of us are walking miracles without ever realizing it. From one single cellular organism sperm to a trillion plus cellular biological machine more complex than any invention that is the product of the greatest gift of all, consciousness. Keep well fellow thinker





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