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“Are you aware that a Shift in human consciousness is occurring even as you read these words that employs celestial triggers such as supernovas and Earth’s alignment with Galactic Center in the years leading up to 2012 to trigger the evolution of our species?”

Sol Luckman

Yes, my dear friends, it’s time for the world to end again. This time I swear it will be this December. (Unless the sky falls on an Obama reelection).

If you haven’t heard about it, supposedly something cataclysmic is going to occur this winter solstice. The planets and stars will align, and the great Mayan calendar resets to zero and our civilization with it.

It’s amazing how many people fall for the most incredible stuff. I don’t really have much room to talk coming out of Christianity, and wondering about the likes of David Icke, Erich von Daniken, and Art Bell.

We have all been told of numerous endings of the world. We’ve been told so many times that most intelligent people stop listening as they should.

There could be problems, though, this December. It isn’t because the moon will fall or Planet X will break the planet up in its gravitational wake. It doesn’t have anything to do with events external to man. The problem is numbers.

I recently wondered what percentage of Americans believed that something was to happen this winter due to the Great Cycle of the May ans. At first seeing a Russian survey stating that 5% of Russians believed something would happened, I guessed the number to be perhaps double that in the States.

I was way, way off. According to a survey done by National Geographic this year, a full 27% of Americans believe something momentous will occur, plus or minus 3%. That is insane!

The rub lies in the fact that this number is high enough to easily create a self-fulfilling prophecy. If even half of these fools start stocking up on food in October, a domino effect could occur leaving shelves empty all winter long. Think it can’t happen? Think again. We have all seen what happens when a severe storm is to hit. The shelves empty and it is every dog for himself.

If you think that number is scary, how about a couple more from the survey? Sixty-four percent of people would share their supplies with their significant other when the SHTF. Can’t quite live on love, can we? Worse still is the TWENTY-EIGHT percent of parents that would share with their children. That is horrible, but sadly enough, I can believe it. People don’t have the connection with their families that they used to have. It is extremely sad.

Of course in a survival situation, can any of us be sure of what we will actually do or be capable of doing? I have surprised myself in rough situations, mainly just getting through it.

We do, I think, need to seriously think about the bottomless debt that threatens the world today. It’s there, and it is the biggest, baddest, blackest, mean-spirited invisible elephant that have ever not been seen in the room. But there it is, and it won’t go away.

P.S. The clocks in Linux computers rollover in 2038. Shall we get together for that magnificent non-event as well? That’s all I run here at home…guess I’ll have no computers then.. ;-(