reply to post by infinitymindbox
So, allow me to soak this in...
Ok. This could be possible, but aside from the big question of when does it arrive, I must assume this has happened before and will happen over and
over due to Nibiru's orbit. So...that means this "cycle" has occurred before and taken life off this planet before, totally leveled all evidence
into the oceans, essentially hitting the reset button every time. It also offers explanation as to why the Earth is older than scripture states,
because the reset button was hit 6000 years ago (or whenever), and the Earth was "re-created" for who knows like the umpteenth time.
I am not so supportive about the junk DNA theory, but what do I know? I believe, and so does current theory, although I admit we are all stupid
basically, that junk DNA formed as we evolved and the necessary evolution coding became obsolete. Now...could it be re-initiated? How fast? Those are
the questions. Our understanding says evolution is something new that is a result of change in environment, diet, known and unknown forces, etc., and
takes FOREVER, or does it? What if the life form already had the old "junk" in it and it re-activated?
I especially like the time idea. An orbital cycle that makes one revolution every 1 thousand years, would be the equivalent of 1 day in terms of our
funny time thinking. A thousand years to one, and one to a thousand...yep, makes sense. Yet God is subject to time? Hmmm...What about all the Alpha
and Omega talk? Also, the Nibiru planet cruises through space sans parent star, or maybe it is a star, since God is the light, and it drags Earth
along with it like a wrecking ball or sling shots it out into nowhere, and then the aliens/angels and GOD find us a new planet along Nibiru's path to
start this all over again, because Earth 1 or whatever number of Earth we are on, would be gone man, way gone.
Meanwhile, on Nibiru, "see ya tomorrow" would be raise an eye brow", and imagine telling your kids "maybe next year". No nighttime? So, basically
no nocturnal animals are saved from Earth, or the only ones that survive are the ones with the "good genes", or old crappy Holy ones that become
cool again. Plant life would be everywhere, and constantly pollinating, so allergies would be horrendous, unless they vaccinate us, the dirty and
gross humans we are. And now we all live really long lives? Or at least until they drop us all off on the next rock. Imagine how a spider would feel
when you pick it up and remove it from your home in oh, lets say Brazil, and move it to the Sahara, all the while thinking you are saving its life and
doing a good deed just because you didn't kill it. And on top of that you gave it a tonic that removed two of its legs and made it sprout wings so it
could survive. Now imagine us humans and the psychological and physical toll this would take. We would all go crazy. The ultimatum of "come with us
or die" doesn't sound so good when you factor in losing all sense of self identity and become Spider Man, which wouldn't even be cool because
everyone would be Spider Man. Plus, if we die, we go to Heaven, right? Errr...Nibiru that is, so either way you go? That would be weird. Stay here and
be shot into darkness with all the bad people if you survive the most devastating supernatural event of your imagination, OR come with us. Which would
you choose? And, even if you chose to stay, good soul you are and all, when you die, you come anyway. We would feel worthless. We would be pets who
get loved and then abandoned again. I bet the ET's would have pictures of us like the Feed the Children kids, or humane society animals. Adopt one of
us for just three whatever per 1 thousand years. In addition, we would get to see our old neighborhood every now and then. Oh the nostalgia.
I like the fantasy of it all, but rarely does fantasy meet expectations. Lots of psychological nightmares would follow such an event. Padded walls for
all of us. They better have some wicked meds.
Meanwhile, on planet Hell, otherwise known as Earth number whatever, something lives, something always does. Talk about a serious grudge. At some
point, whatever survives evolves, and looks to the Heavens wondering what is out there, or who. Sound familiar? And the ET's of Nibiru visit, tell
them some version of the truth and their origins and history? Oh wait, nope. Because now they do not lie in the path of Nibiru. Sorry folks, no
contact for you, until you seek us out, find us, find out the truth, and TSHTF. I can see it now, a whole bunch of pissed off, super intelligent,
formerly evil soul evolved dinosaurs come looking for God and Heaven. Wonderful. And that is just one species or race that evolved and felt
If Nibiru exists and If ET's exist, I doubt they roll that way, but what do I know? Only what I've seen and been told. Which contradict each other
too much these days