Joined: 3-September 07
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Lately there has been alot of talk of the world ending in 2012. Some people have also talked about this as the New Age. The Mayans even have 12-21-12 as the last day of their calander and as the day when the world ends at the hands of metorites and such.
Nostradamus, there was a special on him on the History Channel a few weeks ago, spekas of the Anti-Christ and how God will bring about the New Age using fire instead of water. He also speaks of the time when the center of the universe is crossed by eight celestial lines, and this phenomenon only happens every 13000 years, thriteen being the unluckly numerical value. Nostradamus also expects the world to be encased in a chaotic end at the hands of the Anti-Christ in 2012.
What do you think?
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Jeez, first an earthquake in Haiti and now in Chile, too? This end of the world thing is really starting to freak me out. I'm not getting paranoid or anything but, it's kind of hard not to notice this trend here.
I mean, here in Texas we, geographically speaking, have these blistering summers that have been progressively getting hotter. True, nothing new for us, but I can read charts. :nodnod: But what's weird is that these winters we've been experiencing, though not completely blistering cold here in Texas, are memorable ones with the temperatures and the several instances we've received snow. But for the country, however, things have definitely gone pretty weird. Snow has been pouring in by the feet in some places. All this weather hubbub is really starting to irk at me.
And to add to that, the recent earthquakes in Haiti and Chile (bless them) are starting to freak me out even more. I believe it was the Mayans who predicted in the year 2010, a major earthquake will strike California. I want to say it's in San Francisco that unfortunately gets to be the city that gets torn apart, but I don't know if there are any fault lines along there. But to me, if an earthquake does strike (God forbid) California, it will be a critical warning sign that may guarantee the end of the world.
Now what'd be even more interesting if the end of the world happened similar to the catastrophic events in the movie 2012. Interesting indeed.