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Posted September 22, 2012 | 38 Comments
Letters to the Editor: Heed what the universe is telling us
If the universe were about to conduct a major event, why would it not inform all sentient life in its path?
Historical facts show that the universe does communicate openly with those life forms attuned to it. If this were not the case, the consistency of a bee's honeycomb and a bird's nest would rather chaotic. Squirrels would not prepare for winter. The instinctive signals which activate DNA and life-conducting procedures emanate from an original source, and it communicates constantly with those who "hath an ear."
We see in the biblical story of Noah (and others) that warnings were given well in advance of cataclysmic events. Many ancient civilizations documented solar, cosmic and earth upheavals clearly, not the least being the relevant Mayan calendar, pointing out a thousands-of-years cycle that consistently occurs. It is a warning, not retribution.
Our society precariously stakes its existence on 100 years of corporate science, much of which is skewed, without real answers, and slanted to benefit social engineering. This lofty unsinkable-Titanic attitude creates a mainstream mentality of false security, which shuns anything outside of its sanitized - and ever-shrinking - realm of comfort, bolstered by extreme denial. It is this arrogance that caused society to ridicule Noah. It's difficult to laugh when you're under three miles of water, though.
The recent reports of sulfur smells in Southern California are explained away by officials as the Salton Sea, when in fact experts know this is a prelude to an earthquake. The increased volume of gases rising out of Louisiana swamps are a similar warning sign, quickly dismissed by authorities who know too well this is New Madrid fault line activity.
So, do we depend on officials to lull us into corporate complacency, or do we heed what the ancient universe, and earth, are telling us? Human free will leaves that choice up to you. Spending time on diversions and denials because we're told to go to Disneyland so terrorists can't win begs to be examined in the face of all symptoms being handed to humanity.
The terrorists might well be those very corporate officials and authorities.
Roy A. Stokes, Maurertown