Maybe the Mayan’s were right after all

Mayan Calendar

Mayan Calendar

The world, appearing to have survived the Mayan calendar’s prediction of doom, what have we learned?

Maybe, that sometimes a new beginning does not always come about by way of a total cataclysmic mass destruction of the old to make way for the new? Sometimes change can be so subtle that there seems to be no change at all.

Therefore, maybe the Mayan’s will be proven right after all? In that our old world is about to change and undergo a transformation resulting in a new and better one being born. We just haven’t grasped it yet…

There is no death, there is no destruction,
all is but change and transformation, first
the caterpillar, then the chrysalis, then the
beautiful butterfly. Likewise, first physical
man, then the mighty mind, and at last a
noble soul.


When the power of love overcomes the love of power, the world will know peace.

from John Prince
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15 Responses to Maybe the Mayan’s were right after all

  1. Peter Rosner says:

    We are at the beginning of the age of Aquarius and the one world government.

  2. John Prince says:

    In your opinion, Peter, do you think this will be a good thing, or a bad thing?


  3. Anonymous says:

    Peter, Not in your lifetime

  4. peter rosner says:

    Revelation 13—- No i dont think it will be a good thing. It has never been good for the citizens of any country when their government disarms them. History has proven that. We have given up our rights to the point that people will no longer stand up for themselves for fear of reprisal. Lets use blogging for example people will leave their opinion but never leave their name. They worry it will affect them somehow by either their employment situation or what somone may think of them. This is a form of censorship in itself. This is on a smaller scale of course. Technology has made it possible to monitor you 24/7. You are monitored more than you think. When this begins to happen (One World Government) you will not be using currency everything you purchase will be through a card. You will know things are changing but afraid to say it and yes i believe i will see this unfolding in my lifetime as it has already started.

  5. peter rosner says:

    To add further to this if you choose to submit your opinion on the internet including blogs you are still being recorded and your wording goes into a data base like Web Bot. If you are a threat of any kind you will soon have somone knocking on your door. This is how they are counteracting terrorism in the United States and elsewhere. If you rent certain books at a library or research information on the internet you are being put into a data base. This is not paranoia or fear mongering but factual. I challenge your followers to do some research and tell me i am wrong.

  6. Jose says:

    Peter, you are right on. From what I read and see, things are unfolding quite rapidly south of the line. Real unemployment is really 16+% and higher in the young population, employment insurance is extended to nearly 2 years, 23 million peope are out of work, 47 million are on food stamps, and 38% of the people receive some sort of government dole out (earned and unearned). As the corporations and banksters loot the treasury, the people are left with the bill and slip further into the domain of the have-nots. All of this is done under the eyes of the politicians who are bought and paid for.

    Two things are needed to get re-elected – the big corporations buy off the politicians so that they have the money to run ( the party matters not since all are involved), and the incumbent government has to dole out enough goodies so that 50% of those on on the take vote them back in. This has already happened and the transformation of the US is underway.

    A government-dependent population is quite easy to control and will relinquish its rights and freedom to keep fed amd sheltered. It matters not that those that are working are taxed to pay the tab since they have no say.

    But what do you do with a population that has 300 MILLION guns and is unhappy with the government, as is starting to happen? As you say, you disarm them. This is now in the process of happening in the US.

    The censoring, monitoring, data collecting and loss of privacy that you mention is well underway, and each day more regulations are passed to control the masses. The fear that your mention is evident, as is the general feeling of helplessnes. Most people know that something is not quite right, but have yet to connect the dots. Those that have do want to talk about it for fear of possible reprisal. Now that reminds me of a certain country in Europe in the Thirties.

    Re the One World Fovernment, Is it a coincidence that Mark Carney, who I think has done a good job with the Bank of Canada, is leaving to head up the Bank of England? The Brits don’t much like this but have little say in the matter. The Rothchilds, NWOers or whomever, call the shots. Several of the country heads and European bank types are associated with Goldman Sachs, be it Italy, Greece, Portugal or Eurobanc. On this side of the pond, GS owns the US government and their staff moves back and forth between the US government Department Heads and GS. Oh, is it a coincidence that Mark Carney came from Goldman Sachs?.

    Looks like the circle is being closed. How this all relates to the One World Government, I do not know, but one thing is sure, we are but cannon fodder for these guys.


  7. Peter Rosner says:

    Very enlightning Jose but unfortunately people are not very informed of what is taking place, Here are some of my thoughts that i have been researching since September 11, 2011.
    Lest We Forget

    The Patriot Act was signed into law on October26, 2011 by President George W. Bush. It was deemed necessary by the US government in response to the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. It significantly reduced restrictions in law enforcement agencies gathering of intelligence. It also expanded the authority of the US treasury to regulate financial transactions. The act also expanded the definition of terrorism to include domestic terrorism.
    I don’t know how you felt crossing the border at that time as Canadians were being portrayed in the American Media as supporters of terrorism and were treated as such. The American propaganda machine was doing a good job of selling this to their public and they would believe anything their government told them.
    One of the most controversial aspects of the Patriot Act is in Title V. It relates to National Security letters, which is a form of administrative subpoena used by the FBI, CIA and other government agencies. It is a demand letter issued to a particular entity or organization to turn over various records and data pertaining to individuals. They require no probable cause or judicial oversight and also contain a gag order preventing the recipient of the letter from disclosing that the letter was ever issued.
    With the latest tragedy in the USA the general public has been whipped into frenzy and they are reconsidering their second amendment of the Constitution, their rights to bear arms. Now you ask yourself what does that have to do with us? That’s probably what the neighbors of Germany were asking themselves when they started disarming their citizens and purging their chosen targets, group after group. When their gun control laws were established they were not to disarm the general population who were mainly government supporters but targeted certain groups. If you follow gun control legislation in Germany you will come to understand that it was communist and democratic victors of the Second World War that installed occupation governments to rule over the conquered Germany. It was then that the citizens were finally and completely denied the right to armed self-defense. If I was an American citizen and gun owner or member of the NRA I should be concerned.

  8. Jose says:

    Peter, it goes well beyond GWBush. When the new pres was seeking election, he was going to close Guantanomo, repeal the Patriot Act and do good. He was given the Nobel Peace Prize right after being elected for,doing what- saying he was a peaceful guy. So he has kept Guan open, expanded the Patriot Act and ramped up the war in Afgan at the same time he put in a surge and sent many boys to their deaths. We did good pulling out of the drug dealer protecting war.

    Lately, the NDAA acts (look these up) have been implemented by his Executive Decree and allows the govt to jail anyone without cause or trial, the right to shut down the internet, and the right to confiscate all food, farm, equipment etc etc. These are signed without fanfare like last Dec 31 and on holiday eves when no one is paying attention. The scene is set.

    Oh, is it a coincidence that the military Generals were purged after the election to prevent a “situation” and consolidate power into the White House Czars that he appointed- 37 so far in a shadow govt. Congress doesn’t count anymore.

    The northern border is now looked upon as is the southern one except they don’t let the people cross undocumented. Drones are run out of north Montana and stay in the air 16 hrs to patrol the border all the way to the Coast.

    The Canadian and US armies are swapping equipment both eastl and west. In Oct (Thanksgiving) there were about 20 large army trucks parked at Timmy’s for a rest stop. The Cdn escort was rounding them up when they got lost. The US soldier National Guard from Idaho said that they were heading to Cold Lake. Oil or exercises, your guess. They wouldn’t say.

    Yep, will be interesting to see how the gun bit works out in the south. They won’t let a crisis go to waste as they ,start the gun purge. Anyone resisting will be seen as a threat. Neighbor turning in neighbor.


  9. Anonymous says:

    Not the end of the world but a new beginning.

  10. Jose says:

    Anon 1:15pm- it’s not the new beginning; it’s what comes in 2013 and during the next few years as the wheat is separated from the chaff. The Crowsnest will fare better than most. One best enjoy while one can.


  11. Anonymous says:

    Peter Rosner said:

    “It is a demand letter issued to a particular entity or organization to turn over various records and data pertaining to individuals. They require no probable cause or judicial oversight and also contain a gag order preventing the recipient of the letter from disclosing that the letter was ever issued.”

    Harper’s Bill C-30 “Protecting Children from Internet Predators Act” was the same. And it went far beyond protecting children:

    “A designated person must ensure that he or she makes a request under subsection (1) only in performing, as the case may be, a duty or function

    (a) of the Canadian Security Intelligence Service under the Canadian Security Intelligence Service Act;

    (b) of a police service, including any related to the enforcement of any laws of Canada, of a province or of a foreign jurisdiction; or

    (c) of the Commissioner of Competition under the Competition Act.”

  12. peter rosner says:

    Anon 6:53 i dont see the relevance but then again i am not a lawyer.

  13. Anonymous says:

    peter rosner said…
    Anon 6:53 i dont see the relevance but then again i am not a lawyer.

    C-30 has the same “demand letter” and “gag order” provisions. I know some IT people who were very concerned that they would be conscripted to spy on their clients.

    I quoted that section to show that it would be used for much more than child protection.

    I think the bill was shelved, but with the Harperite majority it will be back.

  14. Peter Rosner says:

    Thanks for that ANON 11:11 in the New Year i will have to spend seome time informing myselt about this bill has well has Bill C-45. Defenitely Harper is a puppet for American interests. I wonder what is going to happen with us long term when they can never repay their debt. After they reach their fiscall cliff and can no longer get credit or loans. How are they going to pay for our resources or do they intend to. Troubled times ahead.

  15. Anonymous says:

    I am sure we can blame the current council somehow for this as well. Just need some creative thoughts.

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