|13-06-2012, 09:49 PM||#1|
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The "end of time" however does not necessarily mea
The "end of time" however does not necessarily mean "the end of days" or "end of the world", or anything similar, although the possibility exists.
The "end of time" could conceptually encompass a wide range of possibilities and interpretations, ranging from purely symbolic to apocalyptic, and anywhere in between.
The question we should ask then is what did those originally producing the dates, including those associated with 21 December 2012, actually understand by "the end of time" - if indeed this what they even meant?
Well, first of all I am personally certain that they did not mean "the end of the world". Why? Because there is quite simply no way to "prophecy" or predict "the end of the world", because, as already mentioned, the future is a concept which does not exist in absolute terms - there is only Eternal Now - and therefore "prophecy" cannot exist, and accordingly there is no way anyone could make such a "prophesy" of pre-knowledge.
One of the main considerations as previously discussed is that people today somehow assume that "prophecy's" originating in the dim and distant past, often written in mystical, medieval, non-modern way, including, but not limited to The Book of Revelation - as well as the rest of the Bible - Mother Shipton, Nostradamus etc must be somehow true, whereas if the same things were written today, by a modern author, using modern language, would be, and are considered "crazy", "conspiracy theorists", activists etc, when there is really no difference.
In reality, the closer to any event that might occur, the more likely we are to suspect or have evidence that it might happen, or be taking place, when in fact it would be impossible to predict a few hundred years ago.
But most importantly, all Humans, whether at a personal or Collective level - on the Mental Plane of the Human Mind - "create" our own "reality" or more specifically own Experience, since the only true "reality" is relative to the person experiencing it, not necessarily to others.
So if enough people believe in a certain "prophecy", then it will likely take place, not because it was "prophesied", but rather because it had become self-fulfilling in accordance with Divine Universal Principle, and Quantum Mechanics for that matter.
This is just one reason why it is crucial to have a proper grasp on the reality of these matters, and place "prophecy's" etc in a proper context.
One Truth is certain. Whatever "happens to Humanity" will be the direct consequence of collective thoughts, feelings and expectations of Humanity, and not due to some external, vague uncontrollable factors. So what could "the end of time" mean, and how could it actually be played out?
Well "the end of time" is, in and of itself, meaningless, because "time" and "space" do not actually exist. What people think of as "space" and "time" are a construction of the physical senses and rational mind, a process that I have termed the "Experiential Loop", but which have absolutely no basis whatsoever in fact in the grand scheme of things.
Even the mainstream sciences have no true basis since they are still centred on space, time and materiality, the exception being, for the most part, the Quantum Sciences which take many of these factors in to account.
Again, the paper The Quantum Matrix explains this in more depth. You can view and download this paper from here: The Quantum Matrix
So again, to reiterate, what most think of, or think they experience as "space" and "time" is, in reality, nothing more than the transient outcome of a Quantum Superposition of "possibilities", which do not become subjective "Experience" until "observed" in some way - a function of the Mind, not the eyes - but which is a transient process which "returns to normal" once such observation ceases, the persistence of which is a function of the degree, transience and intensity of such mental observation. This of course is relative to the space-time bound five physical senses which often provide the illusion of experience being more persistent and "real" than it actually is, even in illusory terms.
The "end of time" therefore is more likely to imply "the end of experience", or specifically the end of this particular phase of human experience as it is now, not the end of the human race in absolute terms.
Of course, what most people believe to be "real" or "experience" is still relative to the imposition of the concept of space-time, so this could also imply that experience is experienced in a different way, which does not require the intervention of the concept or illusion of space and time.
The Universe - Source - always operates in the direction of harmony and balance. Once any aspect of the Universe potentially becomes unbalanced, or reaches the extreme of what can be tolerated, then this potential imbalance must be brought back in to Universal Harmony.
We have seen evidence in the archaeological record of numerous so called "extinction events", the most well known ones being the Great Permian Extinction of 230 million years ago - which nearly ended all life on Earth - the great K-T dinosaur extinction of 65 million years ago, and most recently the event which became known as "the Great Flood".
Now "The Great Flood" was not a biblically oriented event as such, although recounted in the Old Testament, albeit in a very biblical way.
The Book of Genesis flood myth is actually a much abbreviated and changed version of a much older record from Sumer - now Iraq - known as "The Epic of Gilgamesh", which, like numerous such myths such as the "birth, death and resurrection" of "God-men" have been propagated down through history, modified to meet the needs of different cultures.
However, there is considerable evidence to support the fact that around 5200 years ago there was a major global catastrophic flooding type event, or "deluge", which affected almost every country and human being, records of which exist from every corner of the World.
It has also been established through DNA research that modern human beings were almost completely wiped from Earth out at least once in what must have been a cataclysmic extinction level event, or events, DNA testing suggesting that all contemporary humans are descendants of a very few female ancient humans, presumably the only survivors of an ancient event which wiped out most other ancient humans.
None of this is myth or speculation - only the precise details are unknown, not the least of which is the precise date and nature of this event or series of events .
It just so happens that the last time this took place, seems likely to be around 3114 BCE, which corresponds to the beginning of the current iteration of the Mayan Long Count Calendar. Significant archaeological and paleontological evidence is emerging to support this thesis, from all corners of the World, represented by organic and inorganic evidence.
So what then could be the "cause" of these ancient events?
|14-06-2012, 05:24 AM||#2|
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Normal Humans call this place "Mother Earth"
Well this world prediction you are talking about is very clear to me.
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