The other day a friend of mine shared the following youtube.com
"best-of compilation" of 2012 claims titled "2012
DECEMBER 21 AND BEYOND-WHAT SHOULD HAPPEN !"
I responded as follows:
Be prepared for a post-2012 disappointment and hang-over.
Nothing much will happen, except the necessary exposure
of those New Agers who got on the 2012 bandwagon with either
fanciful interpretations of science, monetary motivation
or because of misguided hopes for change.
It sounds to me what the Republican pollsters did before
this year's US presidential election. They were over-optimistic
about Romney's chances both out of misguided hope, but also
to influence the outcome by creating a hopefully self-fulfilling
Maybe some people will indeed change, but many are getting
in a panicky mode and the concern is that similar tragedies
might happen when the comet Hale-Bopp passed by and a group
of very misguided people thought they had to be saved by
exiting the earth through suicide. There is also concern
that this nonsense is affecting children.
And if you still believe it, maybe dark New World Order
forces are setting up the New Agers for a debilitating embarrassment.
This line of reasoning is an extrapolation of the idea that
the 1987 Harmonic Convergence, which can be seen as foreshadowing
the 2012 craze, was set up by the fallen ones according
to our old friend, the New Age guru and prophet Elizabeth
Clare Prophet. If so, it has to be interpreted as karmic
Meanwhile the Mayans did not disappear because they were
so advanced spiritually that they shifted into a new dimension,
as this lady at the end of the compilation claims, but their
civilization collapsed because they abused their environment
and apparently did not see that coming. So much for prophecy,
of which the Mayans, btw, had no conception.
Maybe the accurate prophecy will be that 2012 is the end
of the New Age as it will wake up to its own gullibility.
Please share with your people the following web site so
they can make some better assessment of the situation.
Debunking the "2012
Their conclusion is the following:
The "2012 doomsday" is a hoax, a fraud, and a
con job. It is a cruel and cynical lie being promoted by
scammers after money: First they scare people to death that
something terrible is going to happen, then they publish
books and videos on "how to survive".
These scammers want to sell their books, videos, 'survival
kits', and spaces in non-existent "2012 shelters"
in Antarctica (although Nancy Lieder has the right idea,
and is claiming Hawaii is a 'safe zone'). They also want
to divert attention from the fact that they have been wrong
so many times before. It's also being pushed by people who
are promoting a Hollywood disaster movie which was released
in November 2009.
All of the claims of 'predictions' by the Maya, the Aztecs,
the Incas, the Hopi, the Chinese (I Ching), Nostradamus,
Sir Isaac Newton, Edgar Cayce, Mother Shipton are false:
They did not make the claimed predictions. Predictions by
others such as José Argüelles, Terrence McKenna,
Nancy Leider, Mark Hazelwood and others are contrived pseudo-scientific
There will be no sudden 'pole shift', either geographic
or magnetic. There will be no 'killer solar flares'. There
is no 'Photon Belt'. These are fiction. There will be no
'galactic alignment' or 'planetary alignment' of any kind,
and we will not pass through the central plane of the galaxy,
and even if these events were to occur, they would not cause
any problems for us.
It looks like that in January 2013 we will have to look
at more realistic understandings of the world if we really
like to change it.
Naperville, December 3, 2012
Other articles to share:
Panicky Russia, Its Official: End of World Is Not
Mayan Apocalypse May Have Been Their Own Fault
to talk to your kids about 2012
Debunking a New Age Myth-A Call