posted on Dec, 13 2013 @ 09:03 AM
Despite the attendance for 2012, that was quite a normal year, with above the average normality after all.
2013, anyway, is all the opposite. We might not realize this yet, but we are finishing quite an extreme year.
Here is the count of the events: 2 popes, abdication of a Pope, a meteor impact that leads to 1000+ injured, the first South American Pope with a new
name, the first nuclear crisis of the year, North Korea, a new
9/11 ( Boston and even Martial Law ), immediately after the most terrible industrial accident/ crash of building leads to 1000+ deaths, than, Turkey
revolution, Brasil revolution ( Brasil fighting against football, people ) , than the hugest revolution ever, with a record number of participants
like no where else in the history of humanity, Egypt, and Coup d' etat, than another nuclear crisis, much more serious, that brought us one step
further toward nuclear war, in Syria, than the most powerful hurricane ever in registered history in Philippines in November, and to end all of this,
the death of Mandela, one of the most recognized people in the world, and soon to happen, the biggest funeral/ tribute to a history icon like no else
Let's face it...who could have imagined this? No prophet would have ever imagined such many rare events happening all together in the space of one
Something is clearly happening to history itself, and reality itself.
How will future historians perceive and describe 2013 to newborns?
This was a magical extreme year like no other.