The precious time that remains is growing very short, dear reader. The Final Day predicted by the Mayans is 21 December, and that’s only four days from now!
Our ceaseless search for the meaning of this cosmic catastrophe may have finally been reward. At the website of The Canadian, “an editorially independent and not-for-profit national newspaper” located in Toronto, we read End of Times December 21, 2012 linked to Alien Decoy Strategy. Here are some excerpts, with bold font added by us:
Is the so-called End of Times Date of December 21, 2012 part of an orchestrated strategy of deception by Archons through quasi organized religous [sic] manipulation and accompanying psychological warfare?
The Archons? Is that something we ought to know about? The news story continues:
When was the last time the ‘masses’ were “so well informed” prior to any cataclysmic event from major wars to Fukushima to other catastrophes? Almost never?
Huh? Are you informed about the Archons? Your Curmudgeon isn’t. Let’s read on:
In the above video, David Icke suggests 2012 may be part of a strategy to deceive and disempower the masses.
We never heard of the guy, but Wikipedia has: David Icke. They say:
Icke was a BBC television sports presenter and spokesman for the Green Party, when in 1990 a psychic told him he was a healer who had been placed on Earth for a purpose, and that the spirit world was going to pass messages to him so he could educate others. In March 1991 he held a press conference to announce that he was a “Son of the Godhead” …
Icke is definitely someone we all should heed. Here’s the rest of the news story:
In the meantime, the “real” End of Times scenario is being pursued a bit later in the future by an alleged regressive alien controlled consortium of elites.
Because of its importance, we’ve embedded the Icke video at the top of this post. It’s 15 minutes long and we haven’t watched it yet, so we’d appreciate your comments.
While we’re waiting for The End of the World, we declare this post to be an Intellectual Free Fire Zone. You know the rules. Have at it.
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