Friday, November 30, 2012

"Some, Inspired By New Age Philosophies, Expect A Day Of Universal Peace And Spiritual Transformation"


That's always been the promise - but even NASA and I are kinda on the same page:
"The greatest threat to Earth in 2012, at the end of this year and in the future, is just from the human race itself."
And another quote for a lot of what many find important is:
"There is no true issue here. This is just a manufactured fantasy."
Which has never mattered to those in NewAge/Nazi Land. I mean, sure, "it's evil for people to propagate rumors on the Internet to frighten children," but has that stopped them from doing it? Nope. All that's ever mattered is making their vision real - including by shaming, silencing, or getting rid of, those who don't fit and/or will not go along. It has nothing to do with the Maya:
Only a couple of references to the 2012 date equivalency have been found carved in stone at Maya sites, and neither refers to an apocalypse, experts say. 
Such apocalyptic visions have been common for more than 1,000 years in Western, Christian thinking, and are not native to Maya thought. 
'This is thinking that, in truth, has nothing to do with Mayan culture,' said Alexander Voss, an anthropologist at the University Of Quintana Roo, a state on Mexico's Caribbean coast. 'This thing about looking for end-times is not something that comes from Mayan culture.' 
No - it's all about these loving white "spiritualists" in the West. But who cares? So it is written, so it will be done:
 Fire up the ovens!