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    First off: That Ragnarok-thing, were you are depicting the end of the world by the amount of doors and warriors? Doesn't it sound a bit too coincidental?


    But I wonder, is the end of the world truly that horrifying? I mean, the end of the world as mankind knows it, is in fact the end of mankind. So, if we all wound up and died on the spot, we would do Mother Earth a huge favour.
    Besides, why are all people concerned anyways? What better way to die, than with the rest of the humanity? We live once, and we die once. So cherish it!

    Anyways, I am pretty sure the rest of the planet will be waiting for us, when evolution kicks back in, and we begin anew... From the bacteria we originally came from.

    But, we have to see whether the prophecies are bound to be true or not. We can speculate all day and night, but the only way to be sure, is to wait till 2012 and see for ourself.

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    How are you really sure they were talking about the end of the world? Couldn't it be the amount of fish they caught that month? Or the amount of people in that, and surrounding villages? Or even, the date when one of their Gods would be resurrected from the netherworlds?

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    I don't trust people who translate ancient scripts.

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    I refuse to believe that the ancestors of Mexicanseyes: had that much insight into the future.

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    We'll know when the end comes when it comes, no-one can predict it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flemish View Post
    I refuse to believe that the ancestors of Mexicanseyes: had that much insight into the future.
    Do you not think that we Germanics are for the most part a shadow of our former selves too? The Mexican golden age may be forgotten, but in my opinion, the entire world - including us - has seen its finest hour.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lyfing View Post
    All the interesting ideas aside. Ain't nothing going to happen, and if it does I'll eat me words.
    Well, honey I hope you don't get to eat your words...2012, just ain't enough time for me to be married to you and see my children, I mean I would only be 30 years old and the kids, 8 and 11, so nope. We ain't going out like that!

    I just now read this thread, I knew to stay away...these things give me the creeps even though, really, I think no one knows what and when what will happen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrs. Lyfing View Post
    just ain't enough time for me to be married to you and see my children, I mean I would only be 30 years old and the kids, 8 and 11, so nope. We ain't going out like that! [/COLOR]
    Although in a sense I feel mankind has outstayed its welcome on planet Earth (the majority ruining it for the few) and am happy to let nature take its course, for selfish reasons I don't want my opportunity to have a family and achieve my ambitions taken away from me. But we'll see. What happens happens.
    "If by being a racialist, you mean a man who despises a human being because he belongs to another race, or a man that believes one race is inherently superior to another in civilisation or capability of civilisation, then the answer is emphatically no." - Enoch Powell

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    Waiting for the end impatiently. If it's anything it will be a world-wide cataclysm, destroying established cosmopolitan civilisation and ushering in a new, agrarian age in which natural living will replace this artificial cesspool called society.

    I'm all for that. Just gotta survive the catastrophe and then can enjoy the simple life.
    “Why is there Being at all, and not much rather Nothing? That is the question.”Martin Heidegger

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cythraul View Post
    Although in a sense I feel mankind has outstayed its welcome on planet Earth (the majority ruining it for the few) and am happy to let nature take its course, for selfish reasons I don't want my opportunity to have a family and achieve my ambitions taken away from me. But we'll see. What happens happens.

    What if mankind hasn't outlived itself? What if in many years, things of the old are reborn? What am I saying? Oh, I know, I am saying what if good can come again? ( don't hate me cause I day dream ) not a bad dream to have, if I say so myself.

    I understand exactly what you are saying Cythraul, only I seem more selfish. I am not happy to let nature takes it course until at least..my own, my husband and children lives are over.
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    I don't believe the world will end in 2012. But I had a thought. What if the powers that be - the elites who get to manipulate events, the taskmasters to our democratically elected leaders, believe it will end on Dec. 21, 2012? The Bilderburgers (illuminati), Skull & Bones, Bohemia Grove (Moloch) & other New Age freaks. Maybe their beliefs is why they are trying to create a one-world utopia to greet the extraterrestrials who will land on that date (eyes. Or maybe like a group of teenage boys who might vandalize a house scheduled for demolition, they have decided to destroy our civilization before the world ends. Just a thought.

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    Ćmeric - I don't think what you're saying there is actually all that outrageous. This might just be the conspiracy theorist in me coming out again, but I strongly believe the Illuminati, and many among the Freemasons are the current incarnation of a singular legacy which has existed since distant antiquity - back through the Templar Knights, the early Church, the Druids, the Megalithics, the Greeks, the Egyptians, the Sumerians... and so on. This legacy's sole purpose has been to protect a sacred knowledge handed down to them over the centuries - sacred knowledge which to our eyes merely translates as geometry, ritual, and myth, but to their eyes means the ultimate knowledge of the nature of our universe. The knowledge of the Mayans would be a part of this and I think that some of the secret societies in existence today take predictions like 2012 very seriously indeed. However, the Illuminati clearly have big plans for the world which will not come to fruition within 4 years, so they must strongly believe that there'll be some remnant of civilisation following whatever cataclysm occurs.
    "If by being a racialist, you mean a man who despises a human being because he belongs to another race, or a man that believes one race is inherently superior to another in civilisation or capability of civilisation, then the answer is emphatically no." - Enoch Powell

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