The End Is Near December 10, 2012Posted by Fritz in Yachts and other things that float.
Tags: armageddon, end times, obama
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A week from Friday is supposed to be Armageddon. That date on the Mayan calendar that purports to foretell the end of mankind. Well, I’m here to tell you, that day has come and gone. On November 6, the world as I knew it ceased to exist.
When America re-elected Obama we sealed the country’s doom. With a self-perceived mandate, the progressives in the country will march us straight into socialist hell. Capitalist conservatives like myself never, in a million years, imagined a world like this. But we let it happen. We let the progressive movement takeover the foundation of our civilization; education. They have spent the past 60 years indoctrinating three voting generations with their evil and now we are reaping what we let them sow.
The headlong plunge would not have been possible without the media. Their complicity in the propaganda campaign against the right was the coup de grace. We never had a chance.
So now what happens? Well, the wealthy should and will retreat. If I were rich I would be feverishly planning to protect my money from the have-nots. Yes, I once felt responsible with my wealth and being charitable was a duty. But giving to charities and underwriting untold events that benefited the poor wasn’t good enough. They had to slap me in the face and say I wasn’t entitled to my money and now they are going to take it away. The entitlement class just kicked me in the balls. So be it. You’ll never get another freely given nickel of my largess.
Obama and everyone on the left know that taxing the rich, even at 100% won’t begin to touch the deficit we have created. That’s right. If every American making over $250K was taxed 100% on every cent they made for ten years, we would still fall trillions short.
But sticking it to the rich just makes them feel better about their wretched lives and Obama knew that. That’s why he won. It took 60 years for America to build up enough losers so they could out vote the winners. And this is what we get.
The Coming Dark Age March 7, 2011Posted by Fritz in Yachts and other things that float.
Tags: armageddon, Dark Age, Ford Explorer, Roberto Vacca
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Last week my sister Kate and brother in-law Kurt visited. They arrived in a 2012 Ford Explorer prototype. (My brother in-law is a writer for an automotive blog and he gets a new Press vehicle to drive each week). This car was a technological wonder. Multiple video screens that can be split, over-layed and multiplexed displaying everything a driver could possibly want (and not want) to see. I am sure there was more computing power in this car than went to the moon the first time.
As we rambled down the road to dinner Kurt was proudly touching screens and interfacing his I-phone via blue tooth through the stereo while speaking to the GPS announcing our destination address to the voice actuated system. I was enjoying the plush comfort of Corinthian leather, sweetly surrounded by that new car smell all the while watching the technological show unfold before me. Then it dawned on me just how dependent we have become on technology. We are addicted to gadgetry.
Kurt was on his fourth try with the Ford Sync voice activated system when I suddenly imagined a world, so taken by the sophistry that technology makes our lives better, without it. What if suddenly an electromagnetic pulse emanating from an EMP detonation or nuclear explosion just rendered every electronic device useless? This gorgeous, 2012 leather-lined luxury limo would stop cold in its tracks proving the age old acronym for F.O.R.D. (found on road dead).
And of course there would be no cell phones, or lights or power or radio or TV. Pumps and motors would not work. Refrigerators would grow warm. It would be like it is after a hurricane only permanently. In just 24 hours serious panic would begin to take root across the entire affected area. If it was a major attack or one with multiple explosions over a wide area, vast portions of this country would be living in an instant stone age with no real hope of getting out.
Since 98% of the population has never hunted or trapped and can only identify an edible vegetable through the packaging, things would get very ugly very soon. In an instant the 21st century would reverse itself by 200 years.
Kurt never did get the Sync system to recognize the address of the restaurant but that was ok, I knew the directions. I’m not going to rely on technology to get me to dinner.
The End Times April 22, 2009Posted by Fritz in Spiritual, Yachts and other things that float.
Tags: 2012, armageddon, Edgar Cayce, end times, Mayan, Mayan calendar, Michael Hanlon, Nostradamus, prophecy, The Daily Mail
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Meltdown! A solar superstorm could send us back into the dark ages – and one is due in just THREE years
That’s the headline in an article published on April 19, 2009 in Britain’s Daily Mail. The story, by Michael Hanlon, is about the possibility of the Sun essentially ‘burping’ and causing a catastrophic situation here on Earth.
While I have read about that scenario before and understand the possibility of that great ball of thermonuclear fusion someday effecting our lives in ways that are none to appealing…the reference to “in just THREE years” struck a chord.
For those who read about ancient cultures, prophecy and predictions for the future of mankind , 12/21/2012 is a familiar date. That’s the date when the Mayan calendar ends and when, some would argue, mankind will meet its demise. That’s also in about three years.
On December 12, 2012, for the first time in approximately 26,000 years, the Sun will rise to conjunct the intersection of the Milky Way and the ecliptic plane. According to the ancient Maya, this date will mark the end of one world as we know it and the beginning of another.
The following is from: http://adishakti.org/index.htm
The Mayans believed our Sun, every so often, synchronized with the enormous central galaxy. From this central galaxy it received a ‘spark’ of energy which caused it to shine more intensely producing what our scientists call ‘solar flares’ as well as changes in the Sun’s magnetic field. The Mayans say that this happens every 5,125 years. But also that this causes a displacement in the earths rotation, and because of this movement great catastrophes would be produced.
The Mayans believed the universal processes, like the ‘breathing’ of the galaxy, are cycles that never change. What changes is the consciousness of man that passes through it. Always in a process toward more perfection. Based on their observations, the Mayans predicted that from the initial date of the start of their civilization, 4 Ahau, 8 Cumku which is 3113 B.C., after one cycle being completed 5,125 years in their future, December 21st, 2012. The Sun, having received a powerful ray of synchronizing light from the center of the galaxy, would change its polarity which would produce a great cosmic event that would propel human kind to be ready to cross into a new era, The Golden Age. It is after this, that the Mayans say we will be ready to go through the door that was left by them, transforming our civilization based on fear to a vibration much higher in harmony.
So what are we to make of all this? I for one probably won’t worry about making my bed on December 20, 2012.