The other side of the mirror

Forenotes:

It takes a broad view of life to contemplate the notion that everything is alive. Lately, more people realize that the condition of our environment affects our health more than we previously realized. Yet locked in our contrived human agendas, we whiz past everything that seems not to relate to our survival, when what we don’t realize is that the environment we build is exactly who we become. In the creation of money-based strategies for survival, we fail to see what really keeps us alive, which is a supportive, healthy planet providing for our every need in a beautiful biosphere, not some high-tech imitation decorated with stuffed animals.

Today it is generally accepted that our Earth a living being. Not so well acknowledged is that so is our Sun, which makes life on this planet possible. Ponder the video of its recent conversations with various passersby.

What does it mean? The Sun reacts to things we have yet to comprehend. And our fate is wholly tied to this process.

Unless you’ve been living in a cave for the past two decades, you have undoubtedly heard a few notes of the disturbing siren song known as the Mayan calendar, an ancient chronicle in stone than spans 26,000 years and ends abruptly on December 21, 2012.

Cut to the chase.

• One misdirected spewing of plasma could fry us in an instant.
• Periodic but significant cracks have been found in Earth’s magnetic field.
• Speculation: Our solar system is entering another part of the universe. We do not know if the supportive Earth that has sheltered us all these years will continue to do so, or will engage in one of its periodic paroxysms — like the Crater of Doom 65 million years ago — that wipes out everything larger than a chicken.

Furthermore, it just so happens that the years preceding 2012 mark an unusual astronomical alignment, one so rare it occurs only in 30 out of every 26,000 years. During this period, the Sun will make its annual crossing of the galactic equator—the plane that bisects the Milky Way — on the same day as the winter solstice.

Is this just astrological mumbo jumbo? A small group of doomsayers believe it will be a life-ending cataclysm. Patrick Geryl, a Belgian researcher, says he believes the alignment will trigger a reversal in the magnetic fields of the Sun, causing it to get 10 or 20 times hotter, which will reverse the Earth’s rotation on its axis and flood its inhabitants (mainstream astronomers don’t agree). You decide …

10 to 20 times hotter ….

Sunspots. Great! Another thing to worry about ….

Like 9/11 and worldwide Jewish control of money and media, I wouldn’t have mentioned it if I didn’t think it was important.

Back here on Earth, Einstein’s alleged words about bees have taken on a life of their own lately, even though he never uttered them. “If the bees disappeared, man would have only four years of life left”, The Independent in London trumpeted and attributed to him. It’s a chilling forecast, for sure, but unfortunately it dovetails ominously with a lot of other megatrends all suggesting imminent and worldwide calamity of an epoch-changing nature.

So it’s not the bird flu after all. Nor is it meteor impact. It’s not global warming either. The thing that will kill us all is …. the electronic smog of cell phones, wi-fi computers and microwaves. German scientists at Landau University blame cellphones for the astounding disappearance of bees worldwide. Most of the commercial honey bees in the U.S. are already gone; the phenomenon is spreading.

Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD) occurs when a hive’s inhabitants suddenly disappear, leaving only queens, eggs and a few immature workers, like so many apian Mary Celestes. The vanished bees are never found, but thought to die singly far from home. The parasites, wildlife and other bees that normally raid the honey and pollen left behind when a colony dies, refuse to go anywhere near the abandoned hives.

The larger template

Two years ago, scientists at the University of California, Berkeley found the marine fossil record shows that biodiversity—the number of different species alive on the planet—increases and decreases on a 62-million-year cycle. At least two of the Earth’s great mass extinctions—the Permian extinction 250 million years ago and the Ordovician extinction about 450 million years ago—correspond with peaks of this cycle, which can’t be explained by evolutionary theory.

Now, a team of researchers at the University of Kansas posits that stars are not always fixed in space. They move around, sometimes rushing headlong through galaxies, or approaching close enough to one another for brief cosmic trysts.

In particular, our Sun moves toward and away from the Milky Way’s center, and also up and down through the galactic plane. One complete up-and-down cycle takes 64 million years— suspiciously similar to Earth’s biodiversity cycle.

It should be obvious to all by now that Earth has begun a wild ride, maybe to rid itself of its obnoxious human parasites ….

The other side of the mirror
2012: We crash through the mirror of own delusions

By John Kaminski – May 3, 2007 skylax@comcast.net

We can figure all this out. But first we must clean out the other side of the mirror — all the crap that’s stored back there — and scrub the lens through which we view what is happening to us. Starship detox, I used to call it, back in my New Age days.

Fasten your seatbelts. Learning curve ahead.

Why are they building all those underground cities? At the same time they are deliberately poisoning the atmosphere and exterminating many of our fellow inhabitants at a seemingly astounding rate, and in the most cruel manner.

Why are they irradiating the planet? How could they protect themselves? They’re human, too. Right? What do they know that we don’t know? And why are they doing what they’re doing? Have they been paid to mutate us?

Is this population reduction thing real? It seems as though it is. Most certainly if you live in the Muslim world.

How long can we continue to go to work, pay our bills, act as if nothing is happening, and watch the world go up in flames around us?

And when we look outside ourselves, what do we see inside?

The other side of the mirror happens to be, among other things, the other side of the galaxy. Many people believe than on December 21, 2012, the day the 26,000 year Mayan calendar ends abruptly, all life on Planet Earth, if any of it survives, will be changed significantly. That is the day, say modern interpreters of ancient Mayan culture, when our solar system journeys directly through the center of our galaxy.

As our planet’s star system crosses the exact midpoint of the Milky Way, we too — each individual soul — will crash through the mirror of our own delusions. Predictions of what will actually happen, as you could guess, vary widely. Exponential increase in consciousness? Some say it’s likely to involve realization of a new dimension and very possibly new forms of intelligence that have existed on Earth from time immemorial, but haven’t been previously perceptible to us.

Earth spirits? Extraterrestrials? Extradimensionals? Who knows? I always viewed these metaphorical groups as variations on the human projection of gods that has been used way too often as a convenient excuse for crimes against others of different colors and languages. My view is that we have only ourselves to blame for our predicament, and that we are all in this together, no matter what God we cry out to in our darkest hours.

However, in using this technique to palliate our existential insecurity, we have, through ignorance, been exploited by those whose sole and evil aim is to profit from our fears, so that rather than alleviate them they actually create and nurture them to keep us in our somnambulant state of docile dependence.

They got you to turn the other cheek so they could pinch your wallet while you were distracted. It’s time the world figured that one out. But instead, each day, freedom becomes a quaint, dysfunctional relic of a soon-to-be-forgotten history, once the new abridged version hits the shelves at Wal-mart.

We need to look carefully at December 21, 2012 and try to understand why the Mayans never calculated a date beyond this point in time.

Could it be because a new era will begin. Under our current circumstances, isn’t it past time to build the one we want, free from the vicissitudes of manipulation by those who claim to be our benefactors?

The Galactic Alignment of December 21, 2012?

By some amazing coincidence, not only will we be intersecting with the Galactic Equator, but we will be doing this precisely aligned with the center of the Galaxy where there is maximum mass! More mass means more gravity. More gravity means more influence from … our Sun. That means exponential increases in solar disruptions — all coinciding on the same day! Whew!

In wading through the material on this subject, one runs across all sorts of fantastic claims about alien/government complicity in certain events. I do not regard these things as true, and most often these tales are a cover for things predator humans are inflicting on their less fortunate brethren. However, the data from hard sciences that is used to justify these phony scenarios often contains important clues, and therefore is to be noted in our calculations for the future.

The combination of flaws in the Earth’s magnetic field and astronomical observations that no one fully understands makes the possibility of significant sunspot damage to Earth perhaps higher than it has been in millions of years.

A lot of religious people would say, “Hmm, we better get right with the Lord, and pronto!” If we’re facing an apocalypse beyond our comprehension with little chance of surviving, that doesn’t sound like such a bad idea, does it?

But we have to be especially careful of some kind of Lord Maitreya type, a prefabricated guru, who captivates officialdom and resonates with the people. The controllers are looking for a Christ-like figure through which to sell their devil’s wares. The tabloids say it’s Prince William.

We must remember that sanctions against usury were put there by wiser men than us. It has been the concept of usury utilized in a lawless fashion that has brought the world to the brink of destruction.

Fear of death has produced this sorry situation. Instead of denying death, we must accept it, we must learn that we have only one chance to make this universe a beautiful place. You won’t be coming back as some repetition of yourself, and you won’t be going anywhere else to permanently vacation with the legendary teachers. Where you go and what you become after you die depends wholly on what you do right here, right now.

These things are certain: you are going to die, this planet is going to die, and so is our Sun.

No one can say when any of these things will happen, but since they will, wouldn’t it make more sense to accept that they do happen and plan for them rationally, rather than to continue to deny that they don’t happen, and won’t. From the fear of knowing we are wrong — that we have really made a bargain with the devil by believing in a God we don’t and can’t ever fully understand — we are well on the way to destroying this most wonderful gift of life in the Garden of Eden. We need to have some idea of why we chose to create a landfill out of the place, rather than a garden in which we all could prosper. It could have been done. And still can be.

But we must understand how we all made this happen, and try our best to reverse this self-inflicted slide toward species suicide.

The mirror is perhaps finally realizing the presence that has been here all along, but who we have been unable to perceive. Whether these are Zecharia Sitchin’s Nibiruans who genetically tinkered with mankind all those millennia ago, or perhaps David Icke’s shapeshifters who traffic in higher dimensions that are about to be unveiled to us — something has been here all this time that is more than the projected religions, more than the secret word Israel’s relationship to profit and murder, more than the human suicide complex. It is that we are part of something, and without that something, we are nothing. It’s what makes us tick, what makes us love our babies.

Some people call it God. I prefer to think of it as hope, which is the very last of last things.

Think this is BS? I told you about 9/11 FIVE years ago, and now some Grade-B celebrities are coming out and saying, “Hey, you might have something there.”

I told you about Jewish control of reality and got blackballed everywhere. Most people still don’t understand what I’ve told them, to their peril.

I’m telling you, the people who build the underground cities know something is coming. The planet is being prepared for a calculated apocalypse.

There is every reason to believe that the new apocalypse, like the creation of the contrived al-Qaida terror network, will be a government operation. But it is doubtful they have mastered control of the Sun (yet), so sunspots that will scorch the planet become a wildcard in the future of everything, one that offers us a possibility of liberating ourselves from our tormentors.

We know who they are. And we need to stop them. Even if we can’t stop IT. Perhaps the challenge to stop them and the realization that we can’t stop IT — neither the incineration of Earth nor our own corporeal demise — will effect a crack in our own magnetic field, and perhaps the Sun, which has protected us all these years, will fill us with a knowledge that we have yearned for for a long, long time.

In any case, we have created our dilemma with our own fear. For all the religions in the world, there is still a total lack of faith. Which is precisely what is on the other side of the mirror.

John Kaminski is a writer who lives on the Gulf Coast of Florida and treads where others fear to. Much excoriated and widely blackballed, he continues to ask his critics why they keep slandering him without directly answering his questions. http://www.johnkaminski.com/ If you think this story is valuable, feel free to support one of the very last truly independent journalists through https://www.paypal.com/ to skylax@comcast.net

John Kaminski

John Kaminski is a writer who lives in the Gulf Coast of Florida (pelicans are back, eating merrily) whose essays are seen on hundreds of websites around the world.