You Will Survive 2012
Whether You Like It or Not!
By Adrian Dorsey
I was amazed at the article I discovered online that was published on December 14th, 2011 on Huff Post Weird News The Internet Newspaper: News Blog Video Community that reinforces the idea that the world is not coming to a finale in a blaze of glory on the following winter solstice of 2012.
By Pepe Cortes
PALENQUE, Mexico (Reuters) – If you are worried the world will end next year based on the Mayan calendar, relax: the end of time is still far off.
So say Mayan experts who want to dispel any belief that the ancient Mayans predicted a world apocalypse next year…”The Maya did not think about humanity, global warming or predict the poles would fuse together,” said Alfonso Ladena, a professor from the Complutense University of Madrid. “We project our worries on them.”
There is no greater concept of lack and limitation then to enforce the image of the End of the World on a people naïve enough to believe in it because they do not know any better. There is one problem with this frame of thought. The very ones that are given credit for the prophecy via a calender were not even thinking about the End of the World on December 21st, 2012.
So who has said all of these things? What is the profit for marketing this idea? I suppose it has to be similar to the fact that all forms of warfare serve to boost the economy. Wars are never fought for the protection of the border so you and your loved ones can sleep in peace. You have been told exactly what the “governing powers that be” want you to believe. You have been trained through media fallacy to consciously accept whatever is convenient for them to help achieve their agendas behind the scenes. Human interference is the only thing that could bring about such predicted events, but then that would not be very cosmic now would it?
To reinforce this I want to share with you what happened to the principal of the school my son graduated from. I actually found a way to include this event in the prologue of my book The Paradigm Formula: Your 2012 Survival Guide. During a brief conversation with my parents concerning how their grandson was doing in school this is the story he shared with them. The summer of 2010 he went down to South Central Mexico on vacation to visit the Mayan ruins of the Yucatan Peninsula. Since he was being led through the sites by a Mayan guide the principal asked outright what was with their calender predicting the end of the world in 2012. The Mayan guide laughed and assured him that what we know about it up here in North America was mostly Hollywood hype. Their calender follows a five thousand year cycle which starts over once it reaches its conclusion. This is the fourth or fifth time their calender has ended and started over again. There is no end of the world except at the box office.
I am confident that you are going to survive December 21st, 2012 to see another Christmas and another new year and likely another birthday.