Our Sponsors

Thursday, January 6, 2011

NASA hates 2012

You may have read or head about a news article that is being circulated around the internet which says “NASA names 2012 the most absurd science-fiction film of all time”. That may be so, and in my opinion as far as movies go, it was pretty bad. The story line was awful, the acting was bad and although the special effects were great, they were way over done.

Aside from the statement that NASA hates the movie 2012, the article states that NASA officials believe that the movie "took advantage of public worries about the so-called end of the world". The article goes on to say, “the agency is getting so many questions from people terrified that the world is going to end in 2012 that we have had to put up a special website to challenge the myths”. Similar articles released by NASA over the last year have said that teens are committing suicide or are talking about ending their lives in expectation of 2012. They are warning of needless and unfounded panic that the belief in the coming events of 2012 will bring, and are insisting that this is nothing but bad science.

In the words of Shakespeare, “Me thinks thou doth protest too much”. Never before can I remember a government-sponsored agency such as NASA takes such a stand against an issue that they want you to believe is trivial. Did the government try to ease your concerns about Y2K? NO, because they knew it was a non-issue. Do they try to convince you that our economy is in great shape, when we know ourselves that our quality of life and standard of living is so obviously getting worse.

How can the government expect us to believe that nothing is coming, while at the same time they are preparing for something that they know is coming? It has been proven to be a fact that the U.S. government and governments around the world are building and supplying massive underground bunkers. FEMA is purchasing hundreds of thousands of plastic coffins. Huge survival seed banks are being built, and governments are spending money with little regard for how they will make good on the debt they incur. The answer is simple. They attempt to convince you to watch their right hand so that you won’t pay any attention to what their left hand is doing.

To those of us who watch the news and stay informed about world events, we can see and even feel in our gut that something strange is going on. There is an obvious increase in the frequency and intensity of natural disasters around the world. Extreme temperature, precipitation and weather patterns are breaking records everyday, and events such as earthquakes, flooding and tornadoes are occurring in places and at times of the year that we have never seen before.

Like I have said many times before, I do not see December 21 2012 as the end of the world, but more as the end of the world as we know it. This is not simply a date in time as foretold and foreseen by several accent civilizations, it is a date in time predetermined by a universal calendar of cycles, and we are entering the final stages of the grandest cycle of all.

If you can honestly look around and convince yourself that nothing strange is happening here on earth, then by all means take the advice of the people who are trying to protect their own self interest. You can safely assume that your government will have your back and will provide you and your family with the necessary food, water and shelter to survive. Good luck with that. As for me and for millions like me, we will take the preemptive steps necessary to survive whatever comes our way.

My best advice for you is to stay informed, educate yourself and prepare for the worst. What’s the least that could happen, nothing?

No comments: