posted on Jun, 5 2013 @ 09:07 PM
Originally posted by inval
Why does there seem to be no grey area with some people. Not everything has to be so black and white.
Sure his predictions were wrong. Does that automatically make every ounce of information in the entire thread completely useless? Of course not.
There are nuggets of truth everywhere. You have to decide FOR YOURSELF if anything being taught to you is worth noting, or worth tossing in the
The very people complaining about how much of a waste of time these threads are, are the same ones keeping them alive years later by making more
threads about them.
Let me put it like this. Read a thread, take what information feels right with you, leave the rest and move on.
Sorry if this reply comes off a bit hostile, it was not my intention
In my opinion, wake up!
If someone's message to you is, in large part, defined by alleged foretelling of events and you are the type of person that considers this even a
possible reality (because it's not ... there is no evidence that anyone or thing can foretell the future) ... and then they don't happen, there is a
conclusion demanding to be made!
To suggest that people are close-minded because they don't consider that some of the other material could possibly be true despite ALL of the
predictions failing is to exemplify willful ignorance.
Any leftover information that might be true should very well be obvious information that you could have figured on your own and didn't require the
shenanigans of a charlatan in order to ascertain.
This tendency to place more importance on the individual's desire for certain fantasies to be real and valid at the expense of reality is anathema to
social progress and a symptom of the real conspiracy.
No offense, inval - this is not personally directed to you. Best regards.