But there's more to it than peace and harmony. Daulton is convinced that the day of reckoning is coming soon. Specifically, on Dec. 21, 2012, at 11:11 a.m. Greenwich Mean Time, the chosen will simply vanish from this plane of existence.
"That will be the end of this dispensation," he said. "I really don't know how to explain it. I don't know what words to use so people won't think I'm goofy. But by Dec. 21, 2012 (the last day recorded on the Mayan calendar), people will have a pretty good idea. It's all about consciousness and love. We have the ability to create whatever we want. We're all made of energy."
(my apologies if this was posted already...I didn't see it on a quick search.)
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Stuff like this always makes me feel uncomfortable; like those guys you see sometimes who have the rapture date on their cars.
I remember when I was a little kid, I think we were driving on the Long Island Expressway... I saw a car that had signs all over it that said Jesus was coming on something like Ocober 4, 1994 or something like that. I was nervous! I was going to Catholic school at the time and I hadn't had the pleasure of being a free-thinker just yet. I basically forgot about it though and I remembered it like a year or two after the "end date." Needless to say, I began to recognize quacks when I saw them.
Nowadays I don't even have a shred of idealism left in me; thanks crazy people! And that includes you Daulton... you're "on notice!"
slomo007 wrote:What? You didn't know that's when it's coming to an end?
I mean seriously, the Mayans were FAR more advanced than us. They knew things we can still only dream of.
In fact, I heard they created fantasy baseball.
LOL, doing stats in Mayan numbers would be BRUTAL. We visited Coba, way back in the jungle in the Yucatan, a few years ago and got caught in a monsoon so we went under a shelter thingy and the guide explained the numbers to us. I can't imagine doing stats that way!!
_Simulacrum_ wrote:You guys better hurry up and repent... unless you want to be Left Behind
UGH! Just proves that bad writing, meiocre storytelling and good, wholesome, Christian marketing can turn a horrible series of books into super best sellers. The people who read that garbage are the ones who think Harry Potter books should be banned...
"No, I don't care if millions of children are reading again, it's EVIL!!! Now kids, read this garbage..." <hands child copy of Tribulation Force, child cries>