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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 13,000 year cycle of destruction


Robert Felix in his book Not By Fire But By Ice goes into 3 ice age cycles of 360, 13000, and 105000 years.

In this Red Ice Radio interview [1 hour] he explains his book in detail. He also mentions why some speak of a 11,500 (x 2 = 23,000) and some of a 13,000 year cycle, explaining that they are the same.
It appears to be the case that it depends on whether one is considering the galactic cycle from Earth or from the Universal point of view. If from Earth, the cycle lasts 11,500 [or 23,000] years, if taken independent of internal values, it lasts 26,000 years [or 13,000 if divided by 2].

It then becomes interesting that all kinds of disciplines independent of one another speak of cataclysms that take place every 23,000 or 26,000 years [or 11,500/13,000 if divided by 2]. There are many such disciplines, like:

- Maya
- Ice Age cycles
- Sun spot cycles
- Nibiru [4296 x 3 = 12888 years]
- magnetic pole reversal cycles
- volcanic activity

And beyond the above there's simply so much that obviously took place 12,000 to 13,000 years ago. Whether it's a cycle or not, so much 'suddenly' started or popped up into existence around 13,000 years ago, including and especially mankind. This adds credence to independent research that point to the existence of cycles of 13,000 years.

Taken one at a time, the sources merely appear intrigueing but taken altogether the boiling frog parabel comes to mind. What a 'coincidence' that
- human civilizations 'popped into existence'
- the last great volcanic eruptions
- the last greater ice age
- the last great magnetic pole reversal, and
- Sun spot cycles
came to a head about 13,000 years ago.

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civilizations from before 13,000 years ago


There are obviously so many signs of civilizations all around the world before whatever happened about 13,000 years ago.

David Wilc0ck mentions in one of his online presentations that over 3000 constructs have been found all over the world along so-called ley lines. These ancient constructs seem to have been built by a global civilization. That civilization was not only global but impressive enough to be able to build constructs that defy modern technological understanding, as well as understanding about why they were built at all.

After researching and considering proofs of ancient civilizations extensively, it appears that we were certainly not the first great global human civilization.
What then happened to the previous one?

Research into all kinds of cycles of global destruction suggests that:
- the previous global civilization was destroyed 13,000 years ago
- it wasn't part of an anamolous destruction but part of a cycle, it'll happen again, it probably happened 26,000 years ago, too, and global destruction probably takes place every 13,000 years
- even technologically advanced civilizations cannot survive whatever destruction occurs


This is where the TEOTWAWKI men are separated from the boys. So-called preppers prepare for cataclysms but...
Define "cataclysm".
Is the dollar falling a catastrophe?
Would eruption of the Yellow Stone caldera be?
What if TEOTWAWKI is bad enough to wipe out mankind's global civilization entirely? When people mention it at all, all responses appear to fall within the realm of despair, doom, and defeat.
"If it's that bad, then we all just die", appears to be how it's felt, said, and seen.

The previous destruction was survived by people who saved enough knowledge to rebuild what are now known as the first great ancient civilizations, notably those in Peru, Egypt, India, Mesopotamia, and China.
There are cultures that go back even further, like that of the Aboriginals in Australia that supposedly date back 40,000 years.

If the end of a 13,000-year era is coming, a fact of nature and cosmos that the galaxy, planet, and it's inhabitants just have to deal with,, then the feeling of defeat isn't because the issue is unsurmountable; it's simply about being uninformed. When one is ignorant, the world always appears daunting. Global cataclysms may have destroyed mankind's civilizations many times but one has but to look to modern attitudes to imagine how previous cultures may have fared in their own day of destruction.
Surviving TEOTWAWKI is about attitude more than anything else. The right attitude will offer the appropriate preparation, the defeatist attitude doesn't allow (proper) preparation at all.

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