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Earth is heading towards a cloud?
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[quote:Eurisko Tau Ceti:MV8yMDYxMDQ4XzM0Njc1Mzc0X0Q4QUZCOEYy] [quote:Anonymous Coward 14443159:MV8yMDYxMDQ4XzM0Njc1MzM5X0MyNzIwMTRC] [quote:Eurisko Tau Ceti:MV8yMDYxMDQ4XzM0NjcxNzIwXzJBREVCNzI1] [quote:Enigma Shadows 28333081:MV8yMDYxMDQ4X0I5NzZFRTk4] Ok this is going to sound weird but I woke up from a dream, cant remember what exactly, with the phrase "earth is heading towards a cloud" Anyone have any ideas as to what it could mean if anything. [/quote] Yes, the Earth (entire solar system) will pass through the galactic plane December 21, 2012. Earth will split like a cell in Biology. 3D / 4D Complete transformation won't occur until January 2014. - Earth 4D - 100% [/quote] OMG so in the past when earth passed through this plane we went from 1D to 2D, then another time from 2D to 3D? :cruise: [/quote] Something new: 4D energy is currently pouring out of the black hole in the center of our Milky Way Galaxy. It's incredible! Our planet will be evolving December 21, 2012. [/quote]
Ok this is going to sound weird but I woke up from a dream, cant remember what exactly, with the phrase "earth is heading towards a cloud"
Anyone have any ideas as to what it could mean if anything.
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