6.04.2009

Yesterday

I came across an article:

http://www.librarising.com/cosmology/2012.html

that pretty much confirmed and expanded upon a lot of what I've been thinking for the past month or so. It's an incredibly interesting 2012 theory if you're familiar with the concept.

If you're not aware of the 2012 prophecy, I'll explain in a nutshell:
December 12, 2012 is the prophesied date of the "End of the World." It's been predicted by the ancient Mayans, by Nostradamus, found in the Bible Code, etcetera. There is a lot of debate and speculation as to whether this means the literal End of the World, or the End of the World as we know it.

(Read the article, if you haven't already.)

Personally, there's a lot of truth to this exposition, and the theories it presents. For example, the fact that we're in the Age of Pisces stood out a lot to me:

Pisces = Fish = Jesus/Christianity.

In other words, we are in the Age of Christianity, and according to recent statistics, Christianity is one of the fastest falling religions in the world right now. (http://www.religionstatistics.net/statamer1.htm) As the Age of Pisces is ending, and the Age of Aquarius is approaching, the Christian movement is rapidly losing its influence.

Also in the article, it explains that the Age of Aquarius represents Brotherhood; humanitarianism. Maybe it's just me, but I can feel the human race becoming closer and more unified as Aquarius draws near.

The central theme of this theory was Energy. It explains in depth of how the transition would drastically alter the Earth's force from the inside-out. Everything from our bodies to our machines to our power-systems will all react completely different, and even stop working completely.
I have never taken the End of the World to mean the End of the World; the end of civilization. I compare it closest to the Noah's Ark myth: The Earth needs to cleanse itself of it's corruption; of the infection that has very nearly destroyed our planet.

It's like the World is detoxing herself from 2,000 years of hard drugs, or an extremely unhealthy diet.

It's difficult to comprehend a life without a cell phone, a computer, a television, a watch, a refrigerator, an iPod, batteries, a PlayStation, a vehicle, an airplane.
To lose almost everything we've been raised to survive on in one day...But we've done it hundreds of times. This is not the first transition Earth has made, and it will not be the last. In fact, we were not the first one's to discover electricity or or vehicles or computers. That has been discovered, created, used and lost and discovered again hundreds of times over.

How else could we explain ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics depicting the use of light bulbs or helicopters?

- http://www.world-mysteries.com/sar_lights_fd1.htm
- http://www.catchpenny.org/abydos.html

How could we explain flying crafts and television-like objects painted in 15th century artwork?

- http://stray-dog-blog.blogspot.com/2007/03/ufos-in-ancient-artwork.html

How could we explain ancient records of a land lost at sea, a land with flying cars and skyscrapers and teleporters and technologies that we have only dreamed of? A land lost as they corrupted and destroyed themselves when the world made one of many transitions into a new Zodiac Age. Was it because they advanced too quickly? Or because they couldn't learn how to survive without their technology?

Whatever the reason, whether the 2012 predictions prove true or a fallacy, it doesn't hurt to learn and be prepared for whatever may come.

I am Lion; Hear me roar.

11 comments:

  1. 2012 is a cool thing to believe in, but the reason I don't is because there has been to many times set for it. Some are saying is the December 21st, other on the 12th, there is some that believe it would happen in October. There is even people who are saying that it would happen in 2011 and not 2012.

    I do believe that we are entering in a new age, but nothing is going to happen, the reason Pisces = fish = Jesus is because we humans have made those words to mean that,.What would happen if we had name Pisces Taurus and Jesus meant wolf, what would we say now.

    I think people just like to believe the world is going to end because they want some exciment, or believe to much in religion and not logic.

    2012 is not the first time society has said the world would end, its just probably the 100th time its been set to end.

    Besides the guy who interpreted the Mayan calender is Jose Arguelles. There is still Mayanist till this day that do not support his work.

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  2. The reason that there have been many times predicted is because Prophesiers, like Nostradamus, have stated that it is ultimately the decisions of the human race to decide when that date actually arrives.
    The actual date is, in fact, December 12, 2012.(12.12.12) There is a specific meaning behind the number 12 that evades me now, but all of the other dates are misunderstandings. The date of the Pisces/Aquarius transition is this date and none other.

    Of course there have been hundreds - probably thousands - of "End of the World" predictions, because that's just how humans are. The reason that 2012 is so probable and widely believed is because of the Zodiac transition, because of all the prophecies. (Which, even though there have been many predictions on other dates, December 12, 2012 is the one date which most have prophesied to be the end-all.)

    And the humans that made those words mean that were living on the complete other side of the planet, believed in a complete other religion. The Zodiac never had anything to do with Christianity and it's very unlikely they made that connection on purpose. Is it then coincidence that the Christian movement happened to occur in the Age of Pisces rather than Taurus? Is it also coincidence that the symbol for Christianity is a fish and not a wolf?

    And its not only the interpretation of the calendar that we're talking about. The Mayans made an actual, written prediction:

    http://www.13moon.com/prophecy%20page.htm

    This reference actually supports the article I originally posted. In the first paragraph, an excerpt states:
    "If Humanity Wishes To Save Itself From Biospheric Destruction It Must Return To Living in Natural Time."

    If you read that link, and assuming the words in the article are valid Mayan documents, it's hard to not support that they did, in fact, predict December 12, 2012 as the End of the World.

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  3. I believe the Mayans prediction isn't "the end of the world" pursay but more like "a new beginning." I don't believe its the end of our existance or the death of the worlds population at all. Some way, some how, I believe its just a fresh start.

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  4. Yeah, that's exactly what I'm thinking too. And, honestly - it sounds pretty good to me.

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  5. Its not coincidence that christianity has happen in the age of pices, yes we do live in the other side othe world....but have you forgotten that information can travel. Besides I was not saying that. What I was saying is that we gave names to certain stars, so what would have happen if instead of naming it pices it was name something else(but lets leave that christianity still means fish) than christianity could have been during the age of Taurus.
    Give me an article from a believable site, not sites that look like it was made from a conspiracy cocksucker loving hippie(no offense). Like I said its a good thing to believe in, because its way of enterainment, and can be used to make money. 2012 is like the bible, is bullshit but needed to keep the ignorant people stable and let the smart ones work on actual things that can be more threatening.

    I will agree that most likely thing that can destroy all of us will be ourselves. But to live in the natrual times again....I don't think it will work, nost because majority of the people in our society wouldn't want to live like that.

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  6. Thank you for your sweet comment! Keep reading and hopefully I'll have even more sweet vegan recipes for you.
    Interesting article on 2012. I had heard of it before, but never seen it explained so simply and succintly. Cheers!

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  7. So what will you do if the world DOESN'T end on 2012? Just wondering.

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  8. I've never ever been one to put all my eggs in one basket. One thing I definitely don't believe in is certainty.

    2012 is a strong belief of mine, but I'm still living my life as if it's going to continue post-2012.

    I'll honestly be pretty disappointed if it doesn't. I'm looking forward to it actually.

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  9. You'll be disappointed if it doesn't end? o_O

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  10. Haha, I don't believe it's going to end - I think it's a new beginning.

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