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The same guy who writes fiction onspiracy books..c'mon

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Very probably I'm older than most regulars in this forum

I've books from the 60s and 70s that I bought then. And all the way through, people have been milking an 'end times' scenario

Seen them come and go. I can remember decades ago, reading about the Mayan prophecy and back then, with 30 or more years left to run, it was just there on the back burner

About a decade ago, it exploded, but there were still ten or more years left to run and in those years, people made their life's fortune from creating alarm and in others, hope

Yes, hope. Many in this forum are aged 20 or younger I suppose. And for half their lives or more, they've contemplated the doomsday scenario. For many, raised on the garbage of 'You can be whatever you want to be if you believe in it strongly enough', life has proved a disappointment. They realised they had damn all chance of becoming 'rich and famous' and they became angry (because 'anger' is actually disappointed 'hope') and would prefer to die rather than live what they consider an 'ordinary life'

Others would rather be dead than forced to accept their lives will be roughly the same as their parents' lives (i.e., marriage, kids, mortgage, 'ordinary' or no job, etc.)

Many were hoping someone would take on responsibility for their lives. They wanted a doomsday exit instead of an 'ordinary' life. They thought they'd be part of a massive event, culminating in some sort of off-world continuation consisting of everything they'd ever 'dreamed' of

Many of these people made no provision for the rest of their lives. They had no savings. Many have no work or source of income. Many recognise they're pretty ordinary and unless a doomsday scenario saves them from mediocrity, they're going to age, go bald, sag, lose interest in sex and end up old, broke and living on nothing in a damp room somewhere. So they are desperate to be rescued from their own lives. And many of these people believe the saviours will be 'extraterrestrial aliens' --- like intergalactic Santa Clauses who'll take them on endless 'Star Trek' type adventures

All this has been going on since I was a teenager. Back in the 60s and 70s, 2012 seemed so far away, lol. Then it grew closer and closer and today's young people must have actually believed it

But it was a money-spinner, that's all. In the South of France and maybe in Florida, living in very nice apartments and estates thank you very much, are 'esteemed doomsday authors' who made their very comfortable living selling this crap to the hopeful and hopeless

Well, it's done. 2012 has been and gone, as has the 2000 millenium hype. Now it's back to business, time to make up for all that lost time. Careers to be forged now. Educations to catch up on. That lost time has to be clawed back somehow for all those who hoped they'd never have to plan and live their own lives

But, the doomsday profiteers have a whole NEW audience to work with and several NEW fortunes to make. So they're not going to concede they're flogging a dead horse. Instead, they'll continue that long tradition of selling snake oil to the gullible. And there are entirely NEW audiences out there desperate to be 'saved' from their own lives

Don't be fools. Whomever put you here has a vested interest in your living out your days with as much misery involved as can be injected into it. And they're not going to allow you any shortcuts. You have to live it, suffer it with just enough pleasure to keep you going, and then you die, usually miserable and suffering to the end

So quit the 'easy exit' train and accept you won't be part of any dramatic world's end scenarios. Instead, like all those who came and died before you, you'll just have to get through a world that's not going anywhere for your sake and yes, you'll probably remain at least as ordinary as your ancestors, if not more so

Don't pay the snake oil merchants, don't fall for it. Instead, accept ownership of your life and get on with it
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Thank you for this, someone had to say it...hf
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I don't know about Brad Metslers Show, I don't watch TV but I remember a certain "Victor" talking about a "Déluge solaire"
Remember him? (solar flood)


I for one believe the sun will be our doom.

Interesting thread OP.
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Very probably I'm older than most regulars in this forum

I've books from the 60s and 70s that I bought then. And all the way through, people have been milking an 'end times' scenario

Seen them come and go. I can remember decades ago, reading about the Mayan prophecy and back then, with 30 or more years left to run, it was just there on the back burner

About a decade ago, it exploded, but there were still ten or more years left to run and in those years, people made their life's fortune from creating alarm and in others, hope

Yes, hope. Many in this forum are aged 20 or younger I suppose. And for half their lives or more, they've contemplated the doomsday scenario. For many, raised on the garbage of 'You can be whatever you want to be if you believe in it strongly enough', life has proved a disappointment. They realised they had damn all chance of becoming 'rich and famous' and they became angry (because 'anger' is actually disappointed 'hope') and would prefer to die rather than live what they consider an 'ordinary life'

Others would rather be dead than forced to accept their lives will be roughly the same as their parents' lives (i.e., marriage, kids, mortgage, 'ordinary' or no job, etc.)

Many were hoping someone would take on responsibility for their lives. They wanted a doomsday exit instead of an 'ordinary' life. They thought they'd be part of a massive event, culminating in some sort of off-world continuation consisting of everything they'd ever 'dreamed' of

Many of these people made no provision for the rest of their lives. They had no savings. Many have no work or source of income. Many recognise they're pretty ordinary and unless a doomsday scenario saves them from mediocrity, they're going to age, go bald, sag, lose interest in sex and end up old, broke and living on nothing in a damp room somewhere. So they are desperate to be rescued from their own lives. And many of these people believe the saviours will be 'extraterrestrial aliens' --- like intergalactic Santa Clauses who'll take them on endless 'Star Trek' type adventures

All this has been going on since I was a teenager. Back in the 60s and 70s, 2012 seemed so far away, lol. Then it grew closer and closer and today's young people must have actually believed it

But it was a money-spinner, that's all. In the South of France and maybe in Florida, living in very nice apartments and estates thank you very much, are 'esteemed doomsday authors' who made their very comfortable living selling this crap to the hopeful and hopeless

Well, it's done. 2012 has been and gone, as has the 2000 millenium hype. Now it's back to business, time to make up for all that lost time. Careers to be forged now. Educations to catch up on. That lost time has to be clawed back somehow for all those who hoped they'd never have to plan and live their own lives

But, the doomsday profiteers have a whole NEW audience to work with and several NEW fortunes to make. So they're not going to concede they're flogging a dead horse. Instead, they'll continue that long tradition of selling snake oil to the gullible. And there are entirely NEW audiences out there desperate to be 'saved' from their own lives

Don't be fools. Whomever put you here has a vested interest in your living out your days with as much misery involved as can be injected into it. And they're not going to allow you any shortcuts. You have to live it, suffer it with just enough pleasure to keep you going, and then you die, usually miserable and suffering to the end

So quit the 'easy exit' train and accept you won't be part of any dramatic world's end scenarios. Instead, like all those who came and died before you, you'll just have to get through a world that's not going anywhere for your sake and yes, you'll probably remain at least as ordinary as your ancestors, if not more so

Don't pay the snake oil merchants, don't fall for it. Instead, accept ownership of your life and get on with it
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30708273


Thank you for this, someone had to say it...hf
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Very probably I'm older than most regulars in this forum

I've books from the 60s and 70s that I bought then. And all the way through, people have been milking an 'end times' scenario

Seen them come and go. I can remember decades ago, reading about the Mayan prophecy and back then, with 30 or more years left to run, it was just there on the back burner

About a decade ago, it exploded, but there were still ten or more years left to run and in those years, people made their life's fortune from creating alarm and in others, hope

Yes, hope. Many in this forum are aged 20 or younger I suppose. And for half their lives or more, they've contemplated the doomsday scenario. For many, raised on the garbage of 'You can be whatever you want to be if you believe in it strongly enough', life has proved a disappointment. They realised they had damn all chance of becoming 'rich and famous' and they became angry (because 'anger' is actually disappointed 'hope') and would prefer to die rather than live what they consider an 'ordinary life'

Others would rather be dead than forced to accept their lives will be roughly the same as their parents' lives (i.e., marriage, kids, mortgage, 'ordinary' or no job, etc.)

Many were hoping someone would take on responsibility for their lives. They wanted a doomsday exit instead of an 'ordinary' life. They thought they'd be part of a massive event, culminating in some sort of off-world continuation consisting of everything they'd ever 'dreamed' of

Many of these people made no provision for the rest of their lives. They had no savings. Many have no work or source of income. Many recognise they're pretty ordinary and unless a doomsday scenario saves them from mediocrity, they're going to age, go bald, sag, lose interest in sex and end up old, broke and living on nothing in a damp room somewhere. So they are desperate to be rescued from their own lives. And many of these people believe the saviours will be 'extraterrestrial aliens' --- like intergalactic Santa Clauses who'll take them on endless 'Star Trek' type adventures

All this has been going on since I was a teenager. Back in the 60s and 70s, 2012 seemed so far away, lol. Then it grew closer and closer and today's young people must have actually believed it

But it was a money-spinner, that's all. In the South of France and maybe in Florida, living in very nice apartments and estates thank you very much, are 'esteemed doomsday authors' who made their very comfortable living selling this crap to the hopeful and hopeless

Well, it's done. 2012 has been and gone, as has the 2000 millenium hype. Now it's back to business, time to make up for all that lost time. Careers to be forged now. Educations to catch up on. That lost time has to be clawed back somehow for all those who hoped they'd never have to plan and live their own lives

But, the doomsday profiteers have a whole NEW audience to work with and several NEW fortunes to make. So they're not going to concede they're flogging a dead horse. Instead, they'll continue that long tradition of selling snake oil to the gullible. And there are entirely NEW audiences out there desperate to be 'saved' from their own lives

Don't be fools. Whomever put you here has a vested interest in your living out your days with as much misery involved as can be injected into it. And they're not going to allow you any shortcuts. You have to live it, suffer it with just enough pleasure to keep you going, and then you die, usually miserable and suffering to the end

So quit the 'easy exit' train and accept you won't be part of any dramatic world's end scenarios. Instead, like all those who came and died before you, you'll just have to get through a world that's not going anywhere for your sake and yes, you'll probably remain at least as ordinary as your ancestors, if not more so

Don't pay the snake oil merchants, don't fall for it. Instead, accept ownership of your life and get on with it
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30708273


Thank you for this, someone had to say it...hf
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I really didn't think someone could be so much more retarded than the person originally quoted, but you managed it, "thank you". Have fun during martial law.
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You´re looking at this very onesided.
Have you ever considered that people are trying their best to life a normal life and still are hoping for something better that this slave life. Cause, yer sorry to interrupt your great speech. You are sounding a bit from a high horse how you talk about the lives of people you haven´t walked in their shoes. This is not about people fantasizing about some endtime scenarios, the scenario is already real, you just need to take a look around. Sure you can just go ahead, trying to put aside what´s all going wrong in this place and trying to take as much advantage for your owns sake as possible. A bit of luxury and comfort. Well, but I´d say this is not so contemporary. Evolution is always about consciousness and now we are at a point, where we are forced to look at, what is happening here, that´s the only reason, why so many are overstrained, because they´re aware. We are becoming more and more aware. And I tell you what, this process ain´t gonna stop until this all gets so unbearable for us, that we will finally turn this over.
If you like it or not, this might be a very dramatic point in our human history.



Very probably I'm older than most regulars in this forum

I've books from the 60s and 70s that I bought then. And all the way through, people have been milking an 'end times' scenario

Seen them come and go. I can remember decades ago, reading about the Mayan prophecy and back then, with 30 or more years left to run, it was just there on the back burner

About a decade ago, it exploded, but there were still ten or more years left to run and in those years, people made their life's fortune from creating alarm and in others, hope

Yes, hope. Many in this forum are aged 20 or younger I suppose. And for half their lives or more, they've contemplated the doomsday scenario. For many, raised on the garbage of 'You can be whatever you want to be if you believe in it strongly enough', life has proved a disappointment. They realised they had damn all chance of becoming 'rich and famous' and they became angry (because 'anger' is actually disappointed 'hope') and would prefer to die rather than live what they consider an 'ordinary life'

Others would rather be dead than forced to accept their lives will be roughly the same as their parents' lives (i.e., marriage, kids, mortgage, 'ordinary' or no job, etc.)

Many were hoping someone would take on responsibility for their lives. They wanted a doomsday exit instead of an 'ordinary' life. They thought they'd be part of a massive event, culminating in some sort of off-world continuation consisting of everything they'd ever 'dreamed' of

Many of these people made no provision for the rest of their lives. They had no savings. Many have no work or source of income. Many recognise they're pretty ordinary and unless a doomsday scenario saves them from mediocrity, they're going to age, go bald, sag, lose interest in sex and end up old, broke and living on nothing in a damp room somewhere. So they are desperate to be rescued from their own lives. And many of these people believe the saviours will be 'extraterrestrial aliens' --- like intergalactic Santa Clauses who'll take them on endless 'Star Trek' type adventures

All this has been going on since I was a teenager. Back in the 60s and 70s, 2012 seemed so far away, lol. Then it grew closer and closer and today's young people must have actually believed it

But it was a money-spinner, that's all. In the South of France and maybe in Florida, living in very nice apartments and estates thank you very much, are 'esteemed doomsday authors' who made their very comfortable living selling this crap to the hopeful and hopeless

Well, it's done. 2012 has been and gone, as has the 2000 millenium hype. Now it's back to business, time to make up for all that lost time. Careers to be forged now. Educations to catch up on. That lost time has to be clawed back somehow for all those who hoped they'd never have to plan and live their own lives

But, the doomsday profiteers have a whole NEW audience to work with and several NEW fortunes to make. So they're not going to concede they're flogging a dead horse. Instead, they'll continue that long tradition of selling snake oil to the gullible. And there are entirely NEW audiences out there desperate to be 'saved' from their own lives

Don't be fools. Whomever put you here has a vested interest in your living out your days with as much misery involved as can be injected into it. And they're not going to allow you any shortcuts. You have to live it, suffer it with just enough pleasure to keep you going, and then you die, usually miserable and suffering to the end

So quit the 'easy exit' train and accept you won't be part of any dramatic world's end scenarios. Instead, like all those who came and died before you, you'll just have to get through a world that's not going anywhere for your sake and yes, you'll probably remain at least as ordinary as your ancestors, if not more so

Don't pay the snake oil merchants, don't fall for it. Instead, accept ownership of your life and get on with it
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30708273


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Hey OP, does this include the sun becoming a red giant?
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Hey OP, does this include the sun becoming a red giant?
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I don't know. It probably could eventually. The show was just on the Galactic Wave. It already came thru. It will be coming thru for a few months. A few degrees difference as we go along but its suppose to have a profound effect on our Sun and the Sun upon us.

The Quake boards are already showing signs of the impact and so is the Volcano activity and so is the Weather anomoly's.

Actually I always thought it would be the Sun that got us eventually. The grid could easily go down yet.

Watch his show on this. Its was great. Alot of good information. Made alot of sense. Even Nasa is admitting to the existance of the Wave of Energy. Why did they put EMMUS up there on December the 15th if they didn't.

They didn't build all those bunkers for nothing. They know.

Emmus is their early warning system.
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The same guy who writes fiction onspiracy books..c'mon
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On that note. Clive Clussler writes ficton books but also does real research with his vessels. So whats your point. Whom better than writers and researchers to do research on this. He also includes real scientists on his show and backs up the research.

Before you shit on this watch the show. Then you might have an idea what your talking about.
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Very probably I'm older than most regulars in this forum

I've books from the 60s and 70s that I bought then. And all the way through, people have been milking an 'end times' scenario

Seen them come and go. I can remember decades ago, reading about the Mayan prophecy and back then, with 30 or more years left to run, it was just there on the back burner

About a decade ago, it exploded, but there were still ten or more years left to run and in those years, people made their life's fortune from creating alarm and in others, hope

Yes, hope. Many in this forum are aged 20 or younger I suppose. And for half their lives or more, they've contemplated the doomsday scenario. For many, raised on the garbage of 'You can be whatever you want to be if you believe in it strongly enough', life has proved a disappointment. They realised they had damn all chance of becoming 'rich and famous' and they became angry (because 'anger' is actually disappointed 'hope') and would prefer to die rather than live what they consider an 'ordinary life'

Others would rather be dead than forced to accept their lives will be roughly the same as their parents' lives (i.e., marriage, kids, mortgage, 'ordinary' or no job, etc.)

Many were hoping someone would take on responsibility for their lives. They wanted a doomsday exit instead of an 'ordinary' life. They thought they'd be part of a massive event, culminating in some sort of off-world continuation consisting of everything they'd ever 'dreamed' of

Many of these people made no provision for the rest of their lives. They had no savings. Many have no work or source of income. Many recognise they're pretty ordinary and unless a doomsday scenario saves them from mediocrity, they're going to age, go bald, sag, lose interest in sex and end up old, broke and living on nothing in a damp room somewhere. So they are desperate to be rescued from their own lives. And many of these people believe the saviours will be 'extraterrestrial aliens' --- like intergalactic Santa Clauses who'll take them on endless 'Star Trek' type adventures

All this has been going on since I was a teenager. Back in the 60s and 70s, 2012 seemed so far away, lol. Then it grew closer and closer and today's young people must have actually believed it

But it was a money-spinner, that's all. In the South of France and maybe in Florida, living in very nice apartments and estates thank you very much, are 'esteemed doomsday authors' who made their very comfortable living selling this crap to the hopeful and hopeless

Well, it's done. 2012 has been and gone, as has the 2000 millenium hype. Now it's back to business, time to make up for all that lost time. Careers to be forged now. Educations to catch up on. That lost time has to be clawed back somehow for all those who hoped they'd never have to plan and live their own lives

But, the doomsday profiteers have a whole NEW audience to work with and several NEW fortunes to make. So they're not going to concede they're flogging a dead horse. Instead, they'll continue that long tradition of selling snake oil to the gullible. And there are entirely NEW audiences out there desperate to be 'saved' from their own lives

Don't be fools. Whomever put you here has a vested interest in your living out your days with as much misery involved as can be injected into it. And they're not going to allow you any shortcuts. You have to live it, suffer it with just enough pleasure to keep you going, and then you die, usually miserable and suffering to the end

So quit the 'easy exit' train and accept you won't be part of any dramatic world's end scenarios. Instead, like all those who came and died before you, you'll just have to get through a world that's not going anywhere for your sake and yes, you'll probably remain at least as ordinary as your ancestors, if not more so

Don't pay the snake oil merchants, don't fall for it. Instead, accept ownership of your life and get on with it
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well then give this a look see,and I'll bet I'm older then you,means nothing

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Don't worry doom hasn't been cancelled - but it's not quite here yet.

First we will have a big M.E war break out (Syria/Damascus), Pope dies, Petrus Romanos installed..........................THEN we will see some proper space doom, with Rome destroyed and the Pope fleeing.
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I give it 3 mnths tops and it will all be down for the count.
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Watch out Turkey coming up. Massive swarms and they are starting to hit in the 4's more and more and thats exactly what japan did before it went off.

Alaska is a big lock. If it goes it will start a cascade effect and its also starting to bridge the 4's on a regular basis and has had many swarms in the last few days.

Phillipene's. Theres just no letting up going on there. Steady 5's at least 8-12 a day.

Then there's our big Volcano in Chili Argentina boarder. They have evacuated 1200 miles from it and its minutes or hours or a few days from going up. It will be like Mt Saint Helens when it does. All over CNN right now.

This wave is responsible for all the extreme weather going on right now. Its not going to let up any time soon.

The only thing that I can say is stay prepping and stay alert. Move off the Coasts and too higher flood proof ground. We are in for it.
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Q: were do comets come from ?
A: the oort cloud
Q: were is the oort cloud ?
A: very far away you cant see it
Q: how do you know its there
A: Science tells us
Q: Who is Science
A: Science is how they explain our world to us they have very wise men in white coats
Q: so they tell you there is things you cant see and you believe them
A: YES !!
Q : sounds like a religion is it
A: NO they tell us what they know they learned by reading great books that we wouldnt understand
Q: what happens if you question the things you cant see?
A : They would make fun of you call you crazy if you worked in science they would fire you
Q: and how is this different from religion
A: IM going to watch my programs now
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Q: were do comets come from ?
A: the oort cloud
Q: were is the oort cloud ?
A: very far away you cant see it
Q: how do you know its there
A: Science tells us
Q: Who is Science
A: Science is how they explain our world to us they have very wise men in white coats
Q: so they tell you there is things you cant see and you believe them
A: YES !!
Q : sounds like a religion is it
A: NO they tell us what they know they learned by reading great books that we wouldnt understand
Q: what happens if you question the things you cant see?
A : They would make fun of you call you crazy if you worked in science they would fire you
Q: and how is this different from religion
A: IM going to watch my programs now
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Gallactic Cosmic Rays have just been blamed for all the weather changes. The document was just leaked by the Global Climate Panel.

So everything the Mayans told us about the dangers associated with the Galactic Center and passing the Equator was correct and its all starting already.

Look at all the weather going down right now.

The Earthquake boards are in uncharted territory.

Volcano's going off and the One in Chili is going to wake everybody up to this fact big time. They have evcuated everybody for 1200 miles and its Code Red Now.

This is just the beginning.

There are 110 Volcano's with magma moving under them right now and showing activity that they are getting huge worried about. Japan is in serious trouble and Mt Fuji is starting to raise alarms after the recent tunnel that collasped nearby killing 9.
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OH MY GOD !! The weather is changing you mean it wont be the same as today or yesterday and volcanos are doing what volcanos do and earthquakes are going off like they always do what you should do is run now and hide in the cave before something else happens tommorow the weather could change could be unpredictable go now !!!!!! we call you if everything works out bsflagwhatever
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Very probably I'm older than most regulars in this forum

I've books from the 60s and 70s that I bought then. And all the way through, people have been milking an 'end times' scenario

Seen them come and go. I can remember decades ago, reading about the Mayan prophecy and back then, with 30 or more years left to run, it was just there on the back burner

About a decade ago, it exploded, but there were still ten or more years left to run and in those years, people made their life's fortune from creating alarm and in others, hope

Yes, hope. Many in this forum are aged 20 or younger I suppose. And for half their lives or more, they've contemplated the doomsday scenario. For many, raised on the garbage of 'You can be whatever you want to be if you believe in it strongly enough', life has proved a disappointment. They realised they had damn all chance of becoming 'rich and famous' and they became angry (because 'anger' is actually disappointed 'hope') and would prefer to die rather than live what they consider an 'ordinary life'

Others would rather be dead than forced to accept their lives will be roughly the same as their parents' lives (i.e., marriage, kids, mortgage, 'ordinary' or no job, etc.)

Many were hoping someone would take on responsibility for their lives. They wanted a doomsday exit instead of an 'ordinary' life. They thought they'd be part of a massive event, culminating in some sort of off-world continuation consisting of everything they'd ever 'dreamed' of

Many of these people made no provision for the rest of their lives. They had no savings. Many have no work or source of income. Many recognise they're pretty ordinary and unless a doomsday scenario saves them from mediocrity, they're going to age, go bald, sag, lose interest in sex and end up old, broke and living on nothing in a damp room somewhere. So they are desperate to be rescued from their own lives. And many of these people believe the saviours will be 'extraterrestrial aliens' --- like intergalactic Santa Clauses who'll take them on endless 'Star Trek' type adventures

All this has been going on since I was a teenager. Back in the 60s and 70s, 2012 seemed so far away, lol. Then it grew closer and closer and today's young people must have actually believed it

But it was a money-spinner, that's all. In the South of France and maybe in Florida, living in very nice apartments and estates thank you very much, are 'esteemed doomsday authors' who made their very comfortable living selling this crap to the hopeful and hopeless

Well, it's done. 2012 has been and gone, as has the 2000 millenium hype. Now it's back to business, time to make up for all that lost time. Careers to be forged now. Educations to catch up on. That lost time has to be clawed back somehow for all those who hoped they'd never have to plan and live their own lives

But, the doomsday profiteers have a whole NEW audience to work with and several NEW fortunes to make. So they're not going to concede they're flogging a dead horse. Instead, they'll continue that long tradition of selling snake oil to the gullible. And there are entirely NEW audiences out there desperate to be 'saved' from their own lives

Don't be fools. Whomever put you here has a vested interest in your living out your days with as much misery involved as can be injected into it. And they're not going to allow you any shortcuts. You have to live it, suffer it with just enough pleasure to keep you going, and then you die, usually miserable and suffering to the end

So quit the 'easy exit' train and accept you won't be part of any dramatic world's end scenarios. Instead, like all those who came and died before you, you'll just have to get through a world that's not going anywhere for your sake and yes, you'll probably remain at least as ordinary as your ancestors, if not more so

Don't pay the snake oil merchants, don't fall for it. Instead, accept ownership of your life and get on with it
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This guy gets it! I couldn't agree more. I'm actually one of those people that thought I could actually be rich and famous. I can write decent songs and sing okay too but the reality is it only happens to a hand full of people out of everyone on the planet. I was raised that I could be anything when in fact the odds were heavily in favor of me having a pretty ordinary life. Once I accepted the fact that this was my life I just went about enjoying it more. Taking the time to chat with people, spending more time with my kids, writing music just for my own enjoyment. Buddha really did know what he was talking about.
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None of us will have to suffer that much longer. Things are going to change and fast. We all are going to have alot of excitment coming up in the next few weeks and months. Its already shapeing up.

Look around right now at all thats happening. Its going to be fun. Watching everybody scramble instead of being sheep and sucking up what they get dished or settle for. This is going to be new history in the making. All the records are about to be broke in everyway all over the place.
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Both sides are right...

There is a way of being, which is prepared for life continuing and unexpected change, how do people keep missing this lesson?
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Very probably I'm older than most regulars in this forum

I've books from the 60s and 70s that I bought then. And all the way through, people have been milking an 'end times' scenario

Seen them come and go. I can remember decades ago, reading about the Mayan prophecy and back then, with 30 or more years left to run, it was just there on the back burner

About a decade ago, it exploded, but there were still ten or more years left to run and in those years, people made their life's fortune from creating alarm and in others, hope

Yes, hope. Many in this forum are aged 20 or younger I suppose. And for half their lives or more, they've contemplated the doomsday scenario. For many, raised on the garbage of 'You can be whatever you want to be if you believe in it strongly enough', life has proved a disappointment. They realised they had damn all chance of becoming 'rich and famous' and they became angry (because 'anger' is actually disappointed 'hope') and would prefer to die rather than live what they consider an 'ordinary life'

Others would rather be dead than forced to accept their lives will be roughly the same as their parents' lives (i.e., marriage, kids, mortgage, 'ordinary' or no job, etc.)

Many were hoping someone would take on responsibility for their lives. They wanted a doomsday exit instead of an 'ordinary' life. They thought they'd be part of a massive event, culminating in some sort of off-world continuation consisting of everything they'd ever 'dreamed' of

Many of these people made no provision for the rest of their lives. They had no savings. Many have no work or source of income. Many recognise they're pretty ordinary and unless a doomsday scenario saves them from mediocrity, they're going to age, go bald, sag, lose interest in sex and end up old, broke and living on nothing in a damp room somewhere. So they are desperate to be rescued from their own lives. And many of these people believe the saviours will be 'extraterrestrial aliens' --- like intergalactic Santa Clauses who'll take them on endless 'Star Trek' type adventures

All this has been going on since I was a teenager. Back in the 60s and 70s, 2012 seemed so far away, lol. Then it grew closer and closer and today's young people must have actually believed it

But it was a money-spinner, that's all. In the South of France and maybe in Florida, living in very nice apartments and estates thank you very much, are 'esteemed doomsday authors' who made their very comfortable living selling this crap to the hopeful and hopeless

Well, it's done. 2012 has been and gone, as has the 2000 millenium hype. Now it's back to business, time to make up for all that lost time. Careers to be forged now. Educations to catch up on. That lost time has to be clawed back somehow for all those who hoped they'd never have to plan and live their own lives

But, the doomsday profiteers have a whole NEW audience to work with and several NEW fortunes to make. So they're not going to concede they're flogging a dead horse. Instead, they'll continue that long tradition of selling snake oil to the gullible. And there are entirely NEW audiences out there desperate to be 'saved' from their own lives

Don't be fools. Whomever put you here has a vested interest in your living out your days with as much misery involved as can be injected into it. And they're not going to allow you any shortcuts. You have to live it, suffer it with just enough pleasure to keep you going, and then you die, usually miserable and suffering to the end

So quit the 'easy exit' train and accept you won't be part of any dramatic world's end scenarios. Instead, like all those who came and died before you, you'll just have to get through a world that's not going anywhere for your sake and yes, you'll probably remain at least as ordinary as your ancestors, if not more so

Don't pay the snake oil merchants, don't fall for it. Instead, accept ownership of your life and get on with it
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30708273


I am not buying your story my friend.
I understand that you spend a lot of time composing this article but it's just so well done that I don't believe it's your story.
It just happens that I am 65 and I can tell you that the disaster was predictable and highly visible ever since 1979.
The doom tellers are right, we are heading into a disaster.
If you don't believe me, have a look at SP500 chart.
That Index is not exactly what you can call a snake oil merchant!
What do you see?
A big triple-top spanning over a period of 12 years.
That is not the type of formation that says future is pinky.
It says: we are going down! BIG TIME!
Back into recession and most likely depression!
PhilippinoBob
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Both sides are right...

There is a way of being, which is prepared for life continuing and unexpected change, how do people keep missing this lesson?
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I Agree. Accepting ownership of your life is also taking responsibility for it and those around you also. You just can't walk around with your head down accepting things for how they are with blinders on. You have to keep your head held high. You eyes wide open and see things for how they really are and ready for the unexpected I expect. Things always change and not always for the best. Best to keep your wits about you and expect change on a daily dose coming up. Dramatic change.
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Very probably I'm older than most regulars in this forum

I've books from the 60s and 70s that I bought then. And all the way through, people have been milking an 'end times' scenario

Seen them come and go. I can remember decades ago, reading about the Mayan prophecy and back then, with 30 or more years left to run, it was just there on the back burner

About a decade ago, it exploded, but there were still ten or more years left to run and in those years, people made their life's fortune from creating alarm and in others, hope

Yes, hope. Many in this forum are aged 20 or younger I suppose. And for half their lives or more, they've contemplated the doomsday scenario. For many, raised on the garbage of 'You can be whatever you want to be if you believe in it strongly enough', life has proved a disappointment. They realised they had damn all chance of becoming 'rich and famous' and they became angry (because 'anger' is actually disappointed 'hope') and would prefer to die rather than live what they consider an 'ordinary life'

Others would rather be dead than forced to accept their lives will be roughly the same as their parents' lives (i.e., marriage, kids, mortgage, 'ordinary' or no job, etc.)

Many were hoping someone would take on responsibility for their lives. They wanted a doomsday exit instead of an 'ordinary' life. They thought they'd be part of a massive event, culminating in some sort of off-world continuation consisting of everything they'd ever 'dreamed' of

Many of these people made no provision for the rest of their lives. They had no savings. Many have no work or source of income. Many recognise they're pretty ordinary and unless a doomsday scenario saves them from mediocrity, they're going to age, go bald, sag, lose interest in sex and end up old, broke and living on nothing in a damp room somewhere. So they are desperate to be rescued from their own lives. And many of these people believe the saviours will be 'extraterrestrial aliens' --- like intergalactic Santa Clauses who'll take them on endless 'Star Trek' type adventures

All this has been going on since I was a teenager. Back in the 60s and 70s, 2012 seemed so far away, lol. Then it grew closer and closer and today's young people must have actually believed it

But it was a money-spinner, that's all. In the South of France and maybe in Florida, living in very nice apartments and estates thank you very much, are 'esteemed doomsday authors' who made their very comfortable living selling this crap to the hopeful and hopeless

Well, it's done. 2012 has been and gone, as has the 2000 millenium hype. Now it's back to business, time to make up for all that lost time. Careers to be forged now. Educations to catch up on. That lost time has to be clawed back somehow for all those who hoped they'd never have to plan and live their own lives

But, the doomsday profiteers have a whole NEW audience to work with and several NEW fortunes to make. So they're not going to concede they're flogging a dead horse. Instead, they'll continue that long tradition of selling snake oil to the gullible. And there are entirely NEW audiences out there desperate to be 'saved' from their own lives

Don't be fools. Whomever put you here has a vested interest in your living out your days with as much misery involved as can be injected into it. And they're not going to allow you any shortcuts. You have to live it, suffer it with just enough pleasure to keep you going, and then you die, usually miserable and suffering to the end

So quit the 'easy exit' train and accept you won't be part of any dramatic world's end scenarios. Instead, like all those who came and died before you, you'll just have to get through a world that's not going anywhere for your sake and yes, you'll probably remain at least as ordinary as your ancestors, if not more so

Don't pay the snake oil merchants, don't fall for it. Instead, accept ownership of your life and get on with it
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30708273


Shouldn't we hand the eurotrash royals and Zionist murderers?
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Very probably I'm older than most regulars in this forum

I've books from the 60s and 70s that I bought then. And all the way through, people have been milking an 'end times' scenario

Seen them come and go. I can remember decades ago, reading about the Mayan prophecy and back then, with 30 or more years left to run, it was just there on the back burner

About a decade ago, it exploded, but there were still ten or more years left to run and in those years, people made their life's fortune from creating alarm and in others, hope

Yes, hope. Many in this forum are aged 20 or younger I suppose. And for half their lives or more, they've contemplated the doomsday scenario. For many, raised on the garbage of 'You can be whatever you want to be if you believe in it strongly enough', life has proved a disappointment. They realised they had damn all chance of becoming 'rich and famous' and they became angry (because 'anger' is actually disappointed 'hope') and would prefer to die rather than live what they consider an 'ordinary life'

Others would rather be dead than forced to accept their lives will be roughly the same as their parents' lives (i.e., marriage, kids, mortgage, 'ordinary' or no job, etc.)

Many were hoping someone would take on responsibility for their lives. They wanted a doomsday exit instead of an 'ordinary' life. They thought they'd be part of a massive event, culminating in some sort of off-world continuation consisting of everything they'd ever 'dreamed' of

Many of these people made no provision for the rest of their lives. They had no savings. Many have no work or source of income. Many recognise they're pretty ordinary and unless a doomsday scenario saves them from mediocrity, they're going to age, go bald, sag, lose interest in sex and end up old, broke and living on nothing in a damp room somewhere. So they are desperate to be rescued from their own lives. And many of these people believe the saviours will be 'extraterrestrial aliens' --- like intergalactic Santa Clauses who'll take them on endless 'Star Trek' type adventures

All this has been going on since I was a teenager. Back in the 60s and 70s, 2012 seemed so far away, lol. Then it grew closer and closer and today's young people must have actually believed it

But it was a money-spinner, that's all. In the South of France and maybe in Florida, living in very nice apartments and estates thank you very much, are 'esteemed doomsday authors' who made their very comfortable living selling this crap to the hopeful and hopeless

Well, it's done. 2012 has been and gone, as has the 2000 millenium hype. Now it's back to business, time to make up for all that lost time. Careers to be forged now. Educations to catch up on. That lost time has to be clawed back somehow for all those who hoped they'd never have to plan and live their own lives

But, the doomsday profiteers have a whole NEW audience to work with and several NEW fortunes to make. So they're not going to concede they're flogging a dead horse. Instead, they'll continue that long tradition of selling snake oil to the gullible. And there are entirely NEW audiences out there desperate to be 'saved' from their own lives

Don't be fools. Whomever put you here has a vested interest in your living out your days with as much misery involved as can be injected into it. And they're not going to allow you any shortcuts. You have to live it, suffer it with just enough pleasure to keep you going, and then you die, usually miserable and suffering to the end

So quit the 'easy exit' train and accept you won't be part of any dramatic world's end scenarios. Instead, like all those who came and died before you, you'll just have to get through a world that's not going anywhere for your sake and yes, you'll probably remain at least as ordinary as your ancestors, if not more so

Don't pay the snake oil merchants, don't fall for it. Instead, accept ownership of your life and get on with it
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30708273


Get on with what? Western society is decaying and collapsing under its own weight, there is no real future for the younger generations. Forget 2012, look at the state of the our economy, jobs, energy demands etc. We're FUCKED.

I placed some hope in something happening in 2012 (im 25) because I realzied back when I was 16 that there is no hope on this planet. None. This is a madhouse full of snakes and vipers. We have no direction either, it's all consumption and no planning for tomorrow.

It might have been a novelty for you babyboomer cocksuckers back in the 60's before you sold out to the corporate game, but for the young peeps it was perhaps the only real hope we had of change.

An ordinary life was never a possibility for the younger generations: Fake food, TV, computers/internet, shite education, dumbass parenting, no green space to play in. ETC. ETC.

granny
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In some ways I'd like to be your age again. I'm x2 yours. I'm right there with you on what you said. Things are bad for you guys coming up. My neice just had a baby boy. Great parents so proud. It broke my heart. I came home and cried for that little boy and wondered how he would make it through and what there would be for him. My neices and nefews are your age and find it hard even living here in Canada. The future looks like shit. Its great that everybody says oh stay positive but if you live in the real world and see it with real eyes were in big trouble. If we don't do somthing to help this planet soon never mind the economy were all done for as a species. Period.

I'm still holding out for some doom for some changes. It the only thing I can think off that would reset the clock for all of us and the planet. Sad really when you look at the mess were in on this planet. We the people need the governments to all make some major changes quick. They need a little reminder of whom they all work for.

Thank God they can't control Mother Nature. The Cosmos and GOD. They all need to start to kick butt.
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they are...

the upside of things just isn't within the vocabulary of the present tense to define with any understanding being exhibited therefrom.

guess you'll just have to have some faith, believe it or not, for it be so.
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