I was recently watching some History channel garbagery, as I sometimes do, and found an "investigation" of the Georgia Guidestones. Well, actually, it was a good investigation, although it is basically trying to be pretty entertaining and it's obvious. They basically concluded the Georgia Guidestones were nothing sinister and that there was no evidence of anything to worry about, really. However, in the process, they did talk to some astro-scientist about the sun and he did say that larger than normal solar flares would be happening in 2012. Basically, the people who claim the world is going to be massively changed and many lives lost say that it will be a natural event, somehow caused by the sun and the earth, with both coasts sinking into the ocean. As a NYer, I will be drowned in a year from now according to this theory, which would suck.
Not TERRIBLY worried about this, but actually, I would prefer to be out of NY around mid-December straight through Jan 5th or so just in case. Would be a horrible way to die, really. I doubt I could go peacefully and not be thrown into a crappy rebirth under such circumstances.
Just found this:
"The Tibetan calendar is so similar to the Mayan that traditional scholars now speculate that they share a common origin."
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...any truth to this?
Or just someone taking huge liberties to try to tie everything together?
"Use what seems like poison as medicine. We can use our personal suffering as the path to compassion for all beings." Pema Chodron