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TEOMCROTE = TEOTWAWKI on steroids! The End Of Mankind's Current Reign Over The Earth takes into account that our ancestors were neither suicidal, stupid, nor our genetic inferiors but still wound up getting wiped off the Earth. Whereas CSER [cser.org: Centre for Study of Existential Risk] tries to PREVENT this dispensation from coming to an end, TEOMCROTE works from the eventuality/possibility/probability that the end our age takes place and what to do then

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the seriousness of starting over


If it's true, as independent researchers suggest, that previous civilizations were many and sophisticated but utterly destroyed anyway, then the destruction we're facing is much much more than failing and such. 90% of people live within the range of mile-high tsunamis but it's probably like 99% of civilization that's situated within the same regions. After all, anyone producing anything wishes to be near transportation, i.e. coastal and/or populated areas.

If 99% of all factories, schools, and other resources are flushed down the toilet, you can forget about building on the ruins of the past. All we see of previous civilizations are buildings like Puma Punku and pyramids like in Giza; their tools, their knowledge, their experience, all irrevocably wiped out forever.

So what'll it take to build up civilization again? Let's take a proper sensible look at it for a minute that's devoid of wishful thinking and 'hoping for the best', so to speak:
We take for granted that we know about the elements of the periodic table; we have them, we know about them to begin with, and we're aware of how to get them and what might be done with them. Each of these steps, however, took hundreds and even thousands of years to amass. Step by step our ancestors found out about elements, often at places on opposite sides of the planet.
Some elements are only found in a single isolated and unique place on Earth, like one of the crucial elements used for all cellphones [there's this African country where they mine the stuff and without it, cellphone technology isn't possible].
Where would you find copper? And even if you knew where on Earth it's to be found, can you reach the people that live there? Is trade even possible? These things took hundreds of years to figure out in the past. To make bronze you then at least need tin; where to get that, how to extract it from the raw source, how to purify? And when making something like bronze, the ratio of copper to tin is probably crucial, as are possibly catalysts necessary to get good bronze, again things that likely took 100 years to perfect. I spoke to someone who makes bronze art and she says it takes 3 years to learn how to do it, and that's based on modern facilities and everything. They buy their bronze ready-made...

Our direct forebears weren't lazy or idiots, these things take time.

Then there are things like simple clothes. Transport lines that bring carpets from Turkey, silk from China, or cotton from Egypt took thousands of years to establish. And each of these items probably took at least hundreds of years to develop in each case, a unique circumstance of chance and experience that would probably not happen again, or maybe after thousands of years. And then we're talking processing raw materials, growing them in the first place, developing and perfecting species of plants and livestock to produce good workable raw material.

For all of the above and anything else you can imagine, we take for granted that billions of people took hundreds, even thousands, of years to bring them all together to form what we consider civilization today.

We can bring along a loom for making linnen, knowledge of how to produce raw materials and end products, but if we don't, it's back to the stone age.
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If we bring along stores and stock for even hundreds of years, generations to come will suffer a stone age in their future.

We need to look to basics. We need to focus on the basics as well, philosophically thinking. By that i mean that the foundation of civilization has to do with information, communication, organisation, energy, and resources.
I'm talking species of flora and fauna, knowledge how to grow and keep them; elements, how to locate, acquire, and purify them; basic technology, the raw materials, the knowledge, and blueprints.


Why survive 2012 to return to the stone age? Some humans will survive anyway, somewhere on the planet, it's not like we're about saving the species. And if it's just about saving your own arse, is it really that great if you wind up spending the rest of your life on a desert island, as it were?

What is your focus? I know where mine is.
Good location? Check. We've thankfully already got that covered, though we're still busy getting there.
Surviving 2012? Check.
SurTHRIVING 2012? That makes location and survival seem like peanuts. It's also the whole point to preparing at all, as far as i'm concerned.

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the seriousness of the status quo


Many mistakingly assume things aren't ALREADY dire; let's take a realistic look at the world's situation anno 2012:

People are severely malnourished. They lack minerals, good bacterial symbionts necessary for health, and food sources have been declining in quality for decades. Much produce we're forced to buy as food is little more than a watery copy of what people were consuming a mere 30 years ago.

The result of the above is that we're already in a very weakened condition. To not accept that simple fact is dangerous and self-destructive. What we're talking about when preparing for surviving 2012, we must understand that we can not only collect and save nutrients best within the tissues of our own bodies, but we'll be able to withstand things like radiation poisoning much better with healthy bodies.

We are, therefore, not facing the most terrible, worst imaginable catastrophe in good shape. We are in fact in bad shape already. The seriousness of this is three-fold:

1: we must prepare ourselves for harsh years ahead, years in which we'll likely suffer monotonous diets, excessive radiation, and lack of sunlight. Also we could be dealing with harsh weather circumstances. We must work to better our health; that means acquiring minerals, getting rid of toxins like heavy metal poisoning, and acquiring good strains of bacteria [the beings that actually do our food processing for us within our own guts].

2: we must learn what good eating is; mainly, we must accept such teachings from the sources online who have been working to teach the world the knowledge which mainstream sources have destroyed. People like ]David Wolfe, Daniel Vitalis, Truth Caulkins, Robert Von Sarbacher, Robert Kassar,, these are true pioneers that are reestablishing knowledge that has been lost and furthering insights with modern research.
Beyond these sources there are the researchers who have been serving mankind with their work, people like Weston Price, Harvey Diamond, theories that serve us like the Warrior Diet, there are many examples that are much more than hype (but dismissed by mainstream professionals as "just another theory").

3: we must bring into the 'brave new world' the most well-researched and intelligent knowledge about health. Let me give you ]one very good example of what i DON'T mean: Louis Pasteur was a CHEMIST who plaggiarized the work of the MICROBIOLOGIST Antoine Béchamp; Pasteur was more of a politician than scientist, with money and connections that supported his agenda as he subverted Béchamp's research, corrupting it to the point of it meaning the exact opposite of the truth. Pasteur's take on things, i.e. alien bacteria being the problem, flew in the face of the real research that people like Béchamp were doing but politics favored the lies and to this very day antibiotics and vaccines are considered the norm, literally a backwards take on biology, though in truth it was never backed by science. Louis Pasteur HIMSELF, however, admitted on his deathbed that BÉCHAMP was right and that the environment, and not some random attacking bacteria, were the essence of infection problems, i.e. in the end Pasteur himself confessed that pasteurisation is an ill-conceived approach to avoiding disease (and actually agravates the situation by killing off the good bacteria that DO protect against the bad).
I give this long example of mad health science to illustrate what we DON'T wish to continue and support. Not only will it only undermine our own survival if we attempt to apply insane medical practices like antibiotics [anti-life medicine], but we won't be becoming stronger as we need to, and also will be subjecting future generations to dangerous theories, the same unscientific theories that have undermined the health of generations already (leading to insane circumstance such as the less than 5% of people having sound teeth and cancers, diabetes, and countless other diseases running rampant despite what SHOULD be possible to achieve and what many professionals outside the mainstream ARE achieving).


In short:
1: prepare by improving your own health
2: collect and learn the truth about good health and diet
3: discard unscientific medical fallacies and pass on the scientific research to future generations.

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How bad IS it? Inhuman life on our planet today.


My entire life, since perhaps even before becoming a teenager, i've approached life from a basic human intuition. As a human being, in touch with my own humanity, empathy towards others is an inherent part of my being. Inhuman situations whereby heartlessness and insanity prevail, therefore, feel unfair and wrong.
The human tendency is to seek out human situations and discard the rest but what if after the inhuman there's nothing left?!

The reality of our generation and our time is that there's often very little humanity to choose from. Whether it's about being able to acquire good food, sex, good relationships or whatever else kind of mundane everyday things,, society often appears to undermine the very essence of acceptable life.

Look at the foods in supermarkets or even 'healthfood' shops: they are generally very mineral-deficient, even almost worthless.
We can't even eat?!
The harsh reality is that people are actually starving to death, showing all kinds of signs of weakness and disease that stem from malnutrition. These signs are dismissed as common illnesses and the fault is put to people's lifestyles but the truth is that no one could thrive under starvation situations, which is basically what nearly every single individual in our time is faced with.

How can an empathic human being feel okay with such a situation, in which he or she understands that we're all suffering (for no good reason at all)? It is unfair, which triggers the inherently necessary and natural response of outrage and anger. Yet, it is everyday life for just about everyone.
We can go on to just about every other aspect of life in our times, in our society: politics, schooling, sexuality, research,, hell, even traffic is insane! How can a human being, realizing how every single person suffers under this unfairness and insanity, come to grips with all of this? The usual answer is denial: "It can't be THAT bad."
But what if it is?

It takes mental health and strength to accept the harsh truth of it. Life in our time IS that inhuman, that bad. It is nearly impossible to arrange a human(e), acceptable life in our time. Therefore it is also inacceptable that nearly no one will be able to arrange an acceptable life for themselves, even if you yourself will manage it.
This has ruled many of my own decisions in my life, for if there are no human options, how to accept such a situation? There must be SOME human option, no? A rhetorical question with a terrifying answer: "Sorry. Nope." Since that answer is humanly inacceptable, the best of the inhuman options often seemed the only acceptable. If there MUST be at least one human option, then it must be the best option. But if there are simply no humanly acceptable options, this opens a Pandora's Box of considerations.

Research into the NWO mesmerizes people for the exact reason just explained: denial of a world in which human existence is nearly impossible, let alone for most people. There is then no acceptance, simply observance of inhumanity. For those with the strength or health to accept, however, the truth about inhuman rule over our planet offers a way out, a reason or explanation how the hell we can be living in inhuman circumstances while our very nature cries out for humanity.

The truth for all those able to accept it is that even if you can eke out a human existence for yourself, you'll never find peace with the fact that nearly no one else is able to. Even if you yourself live well, it is inhuman to be fine with seeing suffering of all kinds all around you all of the time. Only the inhuman are okay with such a situation.
What, then, is that human option? The human option is to accept the hard truth: mankind is at war with inhuman forces. Whether you recognize that there are actually physically incarnated inhuman intelligences at work or no, that is the reality of it. You may also only accept that there's a disease rampant that makes people live inhumanly. The point is acceptance of seriousness of the situation.

It is a truth that demands we transcend our inherently human frustrations and act in accordance. That means that choosing the best of inacceptable options is NOT an option. The most human of inhuman options is NOT a human option at all! It simply requires more research and more considerations until the truth about humanity is uncovered and made acceptable. That truth is that we're at war and must prepare to establish humanity and protect that which offers a human(e) society from being completely erradicated and working towards spreading humanity from there to the rest of mankind.


The above means that there's no succeeding within established society. Inhuman society can only bring forth more of the same and acceptance of the fact that mankind's at war means acceptance of the fact that there will be no compromises with the inhuman forces that rule the planet today. A completely new and [literally] radical [i.e. radix = root] society must be established.
Why? Because it's THAT bad...

Since one cannot even FEED oneself properly in society today, that means pulling back to a place where one can at least supply oneself with proper nutritious sources of food. It means creating a safe distance between authoritarian forces that not only cannot offer anything human but actually are innately aggressively opposed towards any human enclaves in the world. This realization and acceptance would allow not only a human existence on the planet today but opportunities to prepare for establishment of the basics of a human society for the future.
There's no middle ground here, no grey areas, no compromise between inhuman and human(e); they are inherently opposing forces. THAT acceptance and that understanding are what will lead one to the only real human course of action.
There's no building bridges between that which is inhuman and that which is human. Besides, one cannot live on a bridge... One must choose: the inhuman or a human world in which to live. It should be clear, though, that the HUMAN is the norm from which mankind has strayed; the INhuman isn't an opportunity for human beings, it is an opposing force that's not just different from that which is human but actively in opposition against humanity. That is what research points to. It is not FEAR of that which is inhuman that incites outrage, it is UNDERSTANDING of the forces we face and that understanding brings about the acceptance that inhumanity isn't an option at ANY degree.

Not because one is paranoid, not because one is negative (towards the opposing inhuman forces), not because one is rigid, cynical, tired, or otherwise put out; action is required because one's (human) empathy calls out for appropriate and successful action; one's humanity calls out for a human life, for oneself,, for one's family, friends, and neighbors,, and for humanity itself.
One's humanity is outraged at the inhumanity that's not just about everyone, not just about many, not about a tiny minority, not even just how a few suffer daily,, but the inhumanity that humanity itself suffers. Daily, in all matters, relentlessly. In a world where there's just about ONLY inhumanity, how can a human being NOT be outraged?
Understanding and acceptance of these truths offers transcendence of human frustration and a way out of the hell that humanity's caught up in.

Outrage at unfairness and inhumanity, therefore, isn't just an option; it is the ONLY inherently human course of action. And though outrage is only the beginning and that which incites considerations about what IS human and HOW that which is human might be brought about [considerations you'll find in detail in other posts here or in articles i've posted in recent years], there is no humanity without outrage at that which is inhuman. This is inherently part of being human, this is our genetically imprinted sentinel, our natural defense against what is unfair and unacceptable: a sense of outrage against that which naturally appears to a human being as unfair and unacceptable. It is wired into our genes and need not be cultivated. Millions or perhaps billions of years of evolution offer us this defense and we have but to honor it to be safe.

Only disease or weakness can make the world that our generation and age are faced with appear acceptable or tolerable. It is the only human option to act and act decisively in the face of this.
Because it's truly THAT bad.

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So You Think You're Educated and Informed...


In the world of conspiracies there are endless versions of the truth. This is because most people who enter this world still haven't reached the acceptance and understanding that conspiracies are not an exception to the rule. They are the rule. So they're still holding on to old truths that defy experience and all the signs.
The road to deeper truths most likely goes something like this: first someone comes to some popular conspiracy, let's say, about alternative medicine or diets your doctor won't support. You read into it, try it on for size, and lo' and behold, you actually learn something that helps which your authorities not only didn't offer you to begin with, but still won't support. Now you have two sets of contradicting authorities. At this point you are confronted with a great truth, the principle of which still needs to compute: the authorities you grew up with are consciously and deliberately keeping necessary information from you.
Next you find out another juicy tidbit, like the fact that democracy is not all it seems to be and politics is really an elite game where powerful forces ignore and deceive common people. You read into it, perhaps join some rebellious political initiative or other. Then you experience firsthand that what you'd read into is indeed true and democracy is a dream. Or worse: a lie. And so you come across your second case of 'the authorities' pulling your leg and deliberately toying with your right to knowledge and freedom. The next time you run into a conspiracy, say, about unrighteous wars that have been fought, let's say you read some of Michael Moore's books, you start looking at people in power differently. It's slowly dawning on you that there's more at work here than just incompetent politicians and an incompetent political system. You read into it, not only doing Moore's Stupid White Men or seeing Bowling For Columbine, but perhaps running into a work by some serious philosopher like Ayn Rand. You peruse the website of the CATO Institute, or ISIL , or the Ludwig von Mises Institute. One will lead to the other and for months you can read and read about what's going wrong and why, according to some very convincing neutral thinkers, authorities in their own right. Every article you read, every book, every documentary you see,, is slowing bringing home the message that the authorities you grew up with were telling you nothing and really keeping elemental truths from you. Or worse.

As you're reading, learning more and more about the deeper truths behind politics and society, you occasionally run into sources that hint at greater and deeper truths still. You may find someone talking about the evils of society and also making some connection to all the UFO sightings taking place all over the world. You don't know what to think of UFO's and for now buy into the "If there's someone out there, they're much too evolved to care about conquering Earth"-jive. The sources that discuss UFO sightings, however, seem to take it very seriously and they do make sense about other issues you've by now become pretty savvy about. Maybe someone will shed light on UFO's at some time. For now you'll look further into the evil powers-that-be you keep reading more and more about...

  
There comes a point when you're reconciled with the fact that nothing is as it seems and the only constant seems to be that you keep finding out you were wrong about things. That is to say the people who filled your mind as a teenager were wrong. Or plain misleading. In the course of the years you become more and more open to there being deep secrets out there. The implication behind these secrets is that there are people keeping them from you and, therefore, more and more you come to accept that you not only knew nothing, but that that was intentional. It may, in fact, have actually been planned that way by somebody... But that's a harsh and unwelcome truth you're not ready for yet. "There may still be hope. Things are probably not that bad." Just because there are signs that point to secret societies throughout the ages and powers behind powers, you still cling to your innate faith in mankind and some kind of god out there looking after you.

Life happens. You may get married and find out how demanding having children is, how demanding it is to give your spouse the attention he or she craves. You don't do much reading for years perhaps. Life is hard. "Why?", you wonder. You read your newspaper but it just doesn't carry the ring of truth it once did. As a matter of fact, the more you read the more you're getting the distinct impression that all you're reading is really propaganda. A daily pack of lies. There may come a point when newspaper articles all start to look alike. Isn't today's paper really just a copy of yesterday's? Isn't today's story just like one you read a while ago? Don't current affairs seem like nothing more than an updated version of things that happened years or generations ago? The more you read the more the news doesn't seem new anymore at all. By now you have internet and find yourself tending to be more interested in reading blogs and opinions about the news than the actual media articles [to avoid calling this bs "news"]. "How many others know about all the cracks in the system? Am I alone in getting sick of listening to all the political singsong i'm supposed to be buying into?"

  
This can go on for years. Life is keeping you busy while you lead your slave existence. You've fallen for ]the conditioned trap of marrying a spouse of similar age and you needed to have children now or it was going to be too late. More time for reading later. Mybe. If it's not too late then... You go to work, come home and socialize a bit, play with your kid (or, heaven forbid, kids), and sometimes (when you have the energy) you get around to some reading. In the weekend at night, when your offspring finally sleep, behind your computer you still dabble in your own personal detective work about life. You may run into some especially enlightening documentary like Zeitgeist. So christianity is all one great big scam as well? Are all religions hoaxes?
If you already passed the religion hurdle, you might actually be able to catch the references to Sumerian culture in Zeitgeist. It's certainly worth looking into. This name "Sitchin" you may have encountered on one of your Yahoo groups or some blog or other. Someone may have one of his books, or the library will, or you have the funds to take a chance and just order one of his books. "The 12th Planet" is a title you may have heard about. You read it. You find out there's actual archaeological evidence that mankind once openly dealt with aliens. This puts a whole new slant on the UFO scene because these are not kissy-lovey aliens with a prime directive only to help us. You pick the UFO thing up again. This time around, you want to know more. There are theories about all kinds of extraterrestrials: the Greys, you hear about Nordics, Zeta Reticulans, reptilians... You don't know what to make of it yet but internet offers endless sources and nowadays there's Google.

  
You're more mature than you were years ago when you dismissed such things because you had no pegs to hang your new theories on. Everything used to challenge your feelings of security but you lost that some time ago anyway. That was the 'you' before you were married, before you learned from experience that doctors never help, before you personally saw people around you suffer or perhaps even die due to all kinds of failures by the authorities you used to trust and rely on. Now, when you read about Greys and Nordics and other species and life forms, things the 'authorities' deny exist, you make time for it. It could be more than imaginations, you think now. One thing you do know for sure: you were completely ignorant before. Perhaps there's still much to learn, even things that seem impossible from today's perspective. Insight and knowledge have brought you some wisdom and humility.

  
Your conspiracy theory authorities point to different sources. Names keep coming back: Tsarion, Icke, Sitchin. They point to not just aliens but a modern alien presence on Earth. They're not just here, they're everywhere and have their dirty mits in everything. What you learn of the New World Order starts making sense. You have the pegs you placed in previous years about how politics is never what it seems; you use these to hang what you read about the NWO on. Aliens, the NWO, UFO's... Your head spins at first. "How can it all be true?" You must read more.
2012 is buzzing around the internet. Is it connected? Whistleblowers pointing towards vast underground facilities, paid for by international drug trade carried out by the CIA. The drugdealers just turn out to be the fall guys. You read more. Modern politicians all come from the same families that have ruled the Earth for millennia. Is it really that bad? But wait, your sources point towards deeper truths still. The aliens and politics are connected. Religion as well. This is tied into Satanism and human sacrifice, it turns out. "Vampires", you ask? Whether they exist or not depends on how you define "vampire"...
Before you get too depressed, you read as well that the aliens aren't omnipotent and there are ways to disrupt their influence and plans.
"Damn, i still have a lot of reading to do..." [sigh]

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worse than you feared


Whether it's about politics, science, religion, relationships, health, history, or humanity,, when you've researched the matter thoroughly it turns out that things are fundamentally screwed up.

You research one of these and you become a 'conspiracy theorist'; you research a few and you become scared, scared that the bad news'll never end; you research EVERYTHING and you see that conspiracy theories are the rule. Then things start falling into place.

Are things 'as bad as all that'? No. They are much worse.
It takes a healthy psyche to be able to deal with that, to deal with the reality of our world in our time. Most people back down. Most people become the crowd that talks about escape. These people just hope this world will end in 2012 and it'll somehow just be better. These people are suicidal.

Most people who are aware of 2012 AT ALL fall into the fear-based attitude that nothing can be done and death later is preferable than DEALING now. It's an understandable response, particularly considering all the toxicity, stress, and malnutrition that has people's brains taxed beyond their limits: "GET ME OUTTA HERE!!!"

If you are stronger than that, i am preparing for what research, logic, and common sense suggest is awaiting us either at the end of 2012 or could happen at any time: a recurrence of the event that threw our ancestors into the stone age.

There is no glory in dying according to your enemy's plans.
There is no glory in dying through ignorance.
There is no glory in dying when you might have lived.

I just saw a program in which poor people in Morocco were suffering [and hundreds dying] because of the harsh winter conditions. I saw them burning wood in a basic [non-woodgas] stove (i.e. burning twice or thrice as much to get the amount of heat a woodgas stove produces). I saw them huddled in stone houses though they're surrounded by wheat fields and should have endless supplies of strawbales. Where are the warm ]strawbale houses [or preferably: domes]?

These people should be fine, even in a harsher-than-average winter. These kind of applications don't cost loads of money. Some are basically free.
What were these people doing when they should've been preparing for a harsh winter? The seasonal cycles are no mystery. Everyone knows that winter's coming and that it might be harsh, sometimes even very harsh.
These people are ignorant.

Just like there are annual cycles, there are larger cycles. One doesn't opt to die in winter. Why opt to die when a larger cycle comes along? What about ]the 360-year ice age cycle? Should people who are confronted with that just lay down and die? Why? (In God's name, why?)
Now we learn that a 13,000-year cycle is coming around in 2012. Is that a reason to lay down and die? Why?

Why should it be a reason to get all gooey about how death is a small thing because a larger cycle presents itself? Only a small mind would go there.

It takes neither genius or exceptional courage to face 2012. It just takes a balanced healthy mind. Unfortunately these appear few and far between. I still haven't found a single person to join me in my preparations.

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Letting go


When i was a teenager i had time to read, to do lots of sports, and to generally fool around most of the time.
It was hard letting that go.
In time, though, it became clearer, year after year, that i hadn't been prepared for real life at all. My parents weren't rich but i led a rich person's life, in a way; i just went to the supermarket for food, i just turned on the TV for entertainment; life was simple and mundane. I was living in a dream world...

As i learned the importance of certain things, i learned to get excited to deal with these important things. Nowadays i enjoy making my own raw ale or tesquino. I've learned that fermented foods and drinks are important and since i can't buy them anywhere, i make them myself. I enjoy it because i recognize how essential it is and because i successfully arrange what i need myself.

When you don't know or understand that something's important or essential, you're not motivated to doing anything about it. This is a basic marketing principle: first you make it clear to your costumer base that they are lacking something and then you provide it.

It seems daunting to learn that supermarkets DON'T supply food at all (except for junkfood). You never imagined you'd have to become a farmer; "THAT'S WHAT SUPERMARKETS ARE FOR!", you implicitely learned while growing up. The message of your upbringing was that you had time for 'better things to do' than produce food. Now you find out that was always a lie.
It's disconcerting.

It's also disconcerting to learn that the water you drink isn't potable and that the air you breathe is polluted; that you're deficient in minerals and gut flora while poisoned by chemicals, heavy metals, and other pollutants.

ON THE OTHER HAND...

having understood the need for being able to rely on my own knowledge and understanding, i actually get EXCITED now learning about the many odds and ends that it'll take to accomplish things on my own.
I get excited learning about how to make electricity from scratch or how to make magnesium from seawater.
It's fun!

The days of lazing around without an idea of what's important are over. There's so much to figure out and research that i only regret that i just have until the end of the year to do it.
I've learned that until noon is the time to read, research, or do specific writing. The afternoon is the time to figure things out, work on this board, or work on saving information.
Night time is for relaxation; leasure reading, watching downloads, family.

'2012' is an adventure. It doesn't have to be about fear, including a fear about letting go. Why would i fear about letting things go when i'm embracing so much?
Once i've figured out how to make every single bare necessity that might suddenly become a scarcity, i'm sure i'll feel free [liberated] to consider other things. It's just about first-things-first. I just don't wish to be caught with my pants down. That's natural enough. It's not an obsession and i'm not giving anything up. We all must grow up and realize we can't eat candy all day (or we'll lose our health and our teeth). This is just more of the same that any mature person can learn to appreciate.
I'm not sorry that i don't eat sugar much anymore. I don't crave it [read under NUTRITION to learn how to accomplish that easily (or email me)]. I'm just as fine not being busy with mainstream life. Mainstream and me, we don't miss each other emoticon

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No massive heavenly body will come from space to strike our planet. Basic physics will prevent that from happening. It's probably why planets go on for billions of years at all: anything roaming the universe will pick up an immense negative charge, just like our planet is negatively charged. It may be difficult to imagine on a planetary scale but the physics is the same: two negatively charged bodies that come at each other will repel one another and never actually collide. However, that's not to say they won't EFFECT one another...

Human history SHOULD go back at least millions of years. We, however, only know about humanity's past up to about 12,000 years ago. It appears we then started from scratch. This doesn't fit with the simple fact that mankind must go back millions of years, or at least the 250,000 years that Sitchin's work suggests. So what happened before 12,000 years ago? It's a HUGE question....

If Sitchin's works are real and DNA research that 'proves' mankind only goes back a few hundred thousand years can be accepted, then SOMETHING has kept mankind from maturing. We made IMMENSE leaps forward in the past thousands of years. What kept mankind in the stone age or what THREW mankind in the stone age before 12,000 years ago?
The research that points to frequent global destruction provides answers to questions that the mainstream dismisses as rhetorical.

When Nibiru/Planet X comes by the Earth again, it will not strike the planet. It's (5 x) greater mass, however, could jolt Earth severely. What happens when the entire planet receives a massive physical jolt? Answer:
- Mega earthquakes
- Global hypergales
- Global mega tsunamis
It's back to the stone age then. Who saved encyclopaedias and other basics in caves that are clearly safe since they contain stalagtites and -mites that take millions of years to develop?

Oh... little ol' me.
Perhaps mankind won't have to suffer through another few millennia of stone age and barbarism again. No thanks to you...

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40 min. introduction to TEOMCROTE & Datasensology
The End Of Mankind's Current Reign Over The Earth is a term that better describes what mankind should be preparing for. TEOTWAWKI, The End Of The World As We Know It, is actually a vague description, for even an introduction of cheap graphene (to replace copper and steel in many applications) would change the world we live in fundamentally; just such a tiny change would end the Iron Age and basically bring about the end of the world as we know it. However, that doesn't mean a single person will die...
In popular culture TEOTWAWKI has been watered down to mean any great cultural/societal change. It is not [no longer] meant as a destruction of modern 'civilization'. It is overdue for an upgrade, as it were.

It will actually take just one thing to wipe mankind almost completely off the face of the planet: if the Earth is jolted in any physical way the water, air, and landmass of the planet will all be rubbing against each other so violently that very few people will survive.
Modern culture views space as static, peaceful, and eternal. However, anybody who studies astronomical/cosmological/geological history will soon discover that frequent global disruptions take place. Indeed, there is proof that the Sun actually came up in the West not too long ago [i.e. when mankind already roamed the seas].
Whatever the cause [probably Nibiru], a physical jolt of the planet would cause the oceans to spill over the coasts, but what's much worse: the atmosphere racing around the planet at 1000kph (at the equator) would become a destructive force beyond imagining. After all, at the center of the strongest tornados winds race at 250kph, carrying along debris that leaves nothing standing. Much stronger winds over the entire planet could leave not a single tree standing. Only seeds and what creatures find refuge in caves or underground (at certain locations) might survive.
All it takes for the planet's life cycle to reboot is one seed and one pregnant female per species, so that's not such a big deal.
There will also be a few people who survive, but in a world where knowledge is extremely specialized, it's unlikely even a tiny shred of knowledge will make it through to the next age!

There have been previous global cultures. The great pyramids, Puma Punku, and 3300 great constructs (arranged along a ley line grid) all over the world attest to that. The scientific data shows regular global destruction, every 13,000 years or so. Common sense also supports this, for mankind did not pop into existence a few thousand years ago. That's just crazy talk. Our ancestors were wiped off the face of the planet and it's just a matter of time before our age suffers the same fate. And the data suggests that moment may be very near indeed.

To reboot sophisticated culture may seem daunting, but my own research has led me to believe that it may be a whole lot easier than you might think. Just to give 2 examples, glass and concrete are actually not that hard to make. But it took thousands of years for the first people to figure out how to do it!
If we can cut down the time it will likely take mankind to restore sophisticated life, future generations could be spared millennia of suffering, strife, and self-destructive developments.

You prepare for the eventuality of your house burning down with fire insurance; you do similar things to insure your health, your car, etc. TEOMCROTE is just about making sure that if another global catastrophe takes place, that you're up to dealing with it. For just like a fire can wreck your life [i.e. not just your house], mankind's future could be wrecked if no one prepares for an eventual [and likely] global disaster.

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