When I was a child, they said, war was something that only happened in other countries. When I grew into a young women and 2012 passed us by, they said, the apocalypse is something that the next generation will see…but now, I can hear the doubt in their voice and I can see the fear in their eyes. Now, after so many years, I can so easily tell when they are lying to themselves. However, they are not the only ones.
Hard times are right before us, although this may be hard to believe, the signs are everywhere. That notwithstanding, we are all afraid to lose what we have, but what we could possibly gain by seeing our situation through equals a new humanity…In more than one way:
World-War: Islam is evidently forcing its way into many countries that are not very fond of its presence or its laws. Currently, everyone is simply waiting for a small spark to ignite the fuse and burn through Europe. Despite the fact that many people are in denial that Islam is setting up strategic invasion points in the form of strong holds. Moreover, these mosques have been found to contain smaller and larger arsenals of weapons, ranging from semi-automatic firearms (in the UK) to a nuclear warhead (in France).
Mass Extinction: With every passing day, a substantial number of animals succumb to the exposure of toxins that we are pumping into their environment. Without them, our survival is not only compromised…Our entire way of life would change in the blink of an eye. It should be noted that whereas wild animals lose their natural habitat through disaster, extreme temperatures or deforestation. Additionally, once their natural habitat has been ravaged, they cannot maintain a steady food or water supply without impinging on what we consider to be ‘ours’. Many cannot find refuge amongst humanity, except for kill shelters. On a separate note, the number of animal deaths is accelerating beyond the amount of human casualties. If we were to lose as many members and/or variants of our own species, we would be overcome with sorrow, despair, or even desperation…We would not be able to deny that which is happening right in front of us.
Rationing: California is the perfect example of how a normal area, located can almost hunger and thirst to death by the water. Survival techniques such as evaporating salt-water into a drinkable form are of little use, when the pollutants condense along with water molecules. Conversely, crop failures due to extreme weather and natural disaster has become more widespread than anyone would like to admit.
Mass Suicide: Canada has declared a state of emergency as a result of over 100 suicides, involving Native Americans, in a period of 6-8 months. To elaborate, Native American teachings are very specific, when it comes down to ritual suicide. Similar to the Vedas, they do not permit ending one’s life, unless to avoid suffering through the inevitable. (Like the Hopi prophecies predicted when white man seized a large proportion of indigenous territories) A friend of mine consulted a Native American on the subject and she confirmed that selective traditions allow for desperate measure, but they generally warn that even if justified, suicide has consequences that affect the next rebirth.
Wealth Inequality: According to NASA, civilisation collapse is often fuelled by unequal wealth and resource distribution. Now, we already know a handful of people own almost everything. (Please view William Domhoffs research) But when times are hard, food as well as water becomes scarce. During the California drought, the rich transported trucks full of pristine bottled water that was denied to the average person. To die of thirst takes approximately one week, dependent on how fast dehydration becomes terminal. It is a slow, grinding process that encompasses a shut-down of clear thinking. (For example, if you’ve ever been really hungry or thirsty, multiply this by a million. You can’t think clearly, breathe without nausea, dizziness or stabbing pain. The longer time progresses, the more you’d be willing to do to satisfy base survival needs.) Truth be told, it takes a great amount of effort and self-discipline to keep one’s head, even when the situation is not on an apocalyptic scale.
Climate Change: Extreme weather events are becoming the new normal, which means everyday living will become less secure and more dangerous. No area around the globe can be safe from something that is reshaping the planet as a whole. Bear in mind that geo-engineering is terra-forming that has the byproduct of changing the climate by default…We are not merely changing the content of the oceans and soil, but also the atmosphere. Long-term exposure would invariably alter the face of the planet to a Venus equivalence. (Please see Geo-Engineering Equals Terra-Forming)
Earthquakes: Over several thousand years, the tectonic plates remodel themselves. Previously, this divided the plates into the continents that we see now, but earthquakes that occur around the fault-lines always carry the risk of fracturing them over time. In the case of the United States, many think that this would just result in a country being split in half. However, the entire west coast is susceptible to disappearing into the ocean. This is easy to imagine, when compared to arthritis. Arthritis causes two joints to rub against one another, regardless of whether synovial fluid production is highly efficient. Natural wear and tear occurs in the joints as we age, since they are not efficiently replenished or injured through physical trauma. Similarly, tectonic plates naturally float on liquid core, which equally rubs together, when the liquid cannot sufficiently absorb the impact, which causes earthquakes. When joints rub together to hard they often grind themselves down slowly over time, but more often than not bone fragments break off. When tectonic plates grind, earthquakes along a specific line become intensified. If you are living in an area with earthquakes, chances are they’ll get much worse, if they haven’t torn up the asphalt in various susceptible locations already…(In which case, you can get a map and analyse the geographical risk, by connecting the dots and monitor the situation. Fracking sites and vulnerable nearby locations that have already been hit can be highlighted as likely future disaster sites.)
Floods: Sea-levels are rising, as the Arctic is melting, which is old news. What we don’t consider is that this inflow of fresh, clean water can end one of two ways. (a) We utilise the water faster than it melts, which would not be surprising if temperatures continue to rise, pushing the planet beyond the point of recovery. The planetary environment would be irreversibly changed. (b) The planet engages in a natural reset, which takes the form of up to 40-100 year winter, an ice age or a massive natural disasters that allow nature to re-establish balance in order for the planet to survive instead of succumbing to man-made environmental changes.