or how I learned to stop worrying and love the chaos


Have you noticed an acceleration of weird things lately?  Western man has always been a little schizoid, but you have to admit there are some very strange things afoot on planet Earth, lately.  This page will try to shed some light on this and maybe come up with a solution.


December 21, 2012, according to what you see out there, is the end of the world.  More like the end of the world as we know it.  Our DNA is already going through a process to accommodate this change, and when the time comes, we'll be equipped to rock 'n' roll with the rest of the universe.  Evolution isn't simple cause and effect.  It's all quantum, and sometimes the effect comes first.  You didn't upgrade your computer because of new programming.  New programming came into effect because of your computer upgrade. 

I was watching a video about Terence McKenna, who extracted a logarithm from I Ching, the ancient Chinese guide to wisdom and fortunetelling, and wrote a program using this logarithm over the present Gregorian calendar.  With this system, you could clearly see peaks and valleys representing historical events such as the black plague, WWII, etc.  He rationalized if this system was accurate for the past, it might be just as accurate for the future.  Keep in mind, this program shows history as a linear graph going from left to right, filled with spiking peaks and valleys.  Around the time of 2012, the graph takes a sudden downturn and never recovers.  It looks like the discharge from a capacitor on an o-scope, or the the decaying sound a bell makes after its last ring.  Sure, history has its ups and downs, but never has it bottomed out into infinity.  After seeing this, I began to rethink everything.  What could cause such an occurrence?  One theory could be time travel, where time itself becomes non-linear, making this chart useless.  That may not be too far off the mark, only I don't think it has anything to do with an H. G. Wells-type time machine.

As a side note, I read Terence McKenna's book, Archaic Revival, in the early '90's, but never made the connection until just now.  I got a phone call from Mary, and I told her about this syncronicity.  She then told me she just saw a UPS truck drive past with the slogan, "Synchronizing Commerce."  I then told her not 5 minutes before she called, UPS delivered a package to my door.  What I didn't tell her was what was in the package:  The first 2 seasons of Sliders, which focused on the Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen paradox.  Later that night, she sent me an article on time travel focusing on... you guessed it...  The Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen paradox.  A twofold, triple synchronicity, and these synchronicities are increasing exponentially, if we pay attention.



I'd love to display the Mayan calendar at this point, but the Mayan calendar is far too involved and complex for this simple page.  But the Mayan calendar is key to understanding all this.  Let's just say the Mayan calendar isn't locked in time and space like the Gregorian calendar we all use today, but more like a complex, mathematical machine made up of many calendars, all working together like the wheels of a clock that shows potentials from the dawn of time to the end of time itself, which the Mayans concluded would be 2012.  

I knew for quite some time the Mayan calendar ended at 2012, but didn't think much of it.  I figured they stopped working on it when the conquistadors came to town, or lost interest, or something like that.  The best and simplest way I can explain the Mayan calendar is to picture a pyramid with time on one side of the pyramid and space on the other.  Mankind moves up this pyramid from the base and picks up wisdom along the way.  How to make fire, cave paintings, social bonding, tool making, the agricultural revolution, laws, politics, power, ethics, etc. At this point in time, we're in the ethics phase, and very near the tip of the pyramid.  What happens when we get to the top of the pyramid, where time and space meet?  That's the big question.  THAT'S why the Mayan calendar stops at 2012, because the tippy-top of the pyramid is where time and space will no longer exist, or exist at the same quantum level.

What do you think might happen when we come closer to the end of time and space?  

"Everyone has one double helix of DNA. What we are finding is that there are other helixes that are being formed. In the double helix there are two strands of DNA coiled into a spiral. It is my understanding that we will be developing twelve helixes. During this time, which seems to have started maybe 5 to 20 years ago, we have been mutating. This is the scientific explanation. It is a mutation of our species into something for which the end result is not yet known. The changes are not known publicly, because the scientific community feels it would frighten the population. However, people are changing at the cellular level."    Dr. Berrenda has proven through blood tests that some people have actually developed new strands of DNA.


Have you noticed time seems to be moving faster lately?  Have you noticed things seem to accelerate?  Laws are passed faster, ideas are spread quicker, lies from our leaders are uncovered at a rapid pace.  Those guys in politics and big business can't do anything without the blogosphere reporting their nefarious intent on the internet, and the average Earth citizen can see behind the curtain as never before.  We're already becoming upgraded for this big change, but most can't see it.  Things are moving so fast that our body's natural reaction to stress in the form of fight or flight have been overridden by our need to keep our jobs, pay our mortgage, feed our kids, and survive in this material world we've created.  We can't kill our boss, and we can't run away screaming, because we all know jail is worse than work, and we really have nowhere to go.  No matter where you go, there you are, with baggage in hand.  Long-term stress and the dampened fight or flight syndrome created a world of unconscious sleepwalkers, unable or unwilling to see any details of the big picture, because one more bit of stress could tip them over the edge.  A medical exam will show nothing, so Prozac is prescribed.  Ask Cho Seung-Hui, Eric Harris, or Dylan Klebold, or many, many others who went over the edge, screaming with nowhere to go.  (by the way, all three of these guys were on Prozac)  Soon, we can expect to see more Columbines, no matter how many grief counselors, metal detectors and gun laws we react with.

In the next few years you can expect the shit to hit the fan.  The power brokers, politicians, world leaders, corporations, drug companies, despots and world bankers will all be jockeying for position to secure their place in history, using all of us as cannon fodder to feed their corporate greed with more profits, more control, more power, and unleashing evil on steroids.  You can also expect the Sun to play a part in all of this, too.  We're about to experience a series of astronomical events unseen for more than 27,000 years.  Aside from the alignment of  Earth with the galaxy and the rest of the universe, Ol' Sol will bombard us with enough solar flares to fry whole power grids.  Without electrical energy, our carefully constructed world economic system will come to an abrupt halt, and paper money will be as useless as the dried maple leaves in your back yard.  If there is any work at all, the payment will be barter or appreciation, or a combination of the two.  We'll go through about 9 months of starvation, drought and total chaos, so stock up on food, water and guns, ok? 

About this time you're thinking, "Hey man, this doom and gloom is really bumming me out.  Do I need to go through this crap, only to die a horrible death in the end?" 

Who said anything about a horrible death?  It'll be cool.  I promise.  Ever hear of a book called The Bible?  (Now, I ain't no Bible thumper, but I get my information where I can)  Armageddon is supposedly the final battle between good and evil, right?  In a previous page I suggested Armageddon will be the final battle between the world economic system and the spiritually righteous.  I still hold that opinion, but the Mayan calendar and science gave me a piece of the puzzle I didn't see.  Just as sunspot activity allowed certain people unconscious creation in the past, the solar flares to come, along with the alignment of our solar system with the galaxy and beyond, will be the stimulus to allow certain people conscious creation.  We may become telepathic, telekinetic or able to levitate.  Death will no longer be an option, and disease will become a thing of the past.  (sounds something like The Rapture, doesn't it?) These tools will come to those open to it, and our upgraded DNA will allow this program as part of our systems.  It's interesting that the same solar flares that could destroy power grids and the world economic system will empower humans to create at will, travel to all points of the universe at the same time, master inter-dimensional existence and be one with the universe.  In short, heaven without the constraints of time and space, just as the Bible prophesized.  Besides, the extreme solar flares will give us a northern lights show all the way down to Mexico.

No wonder the drug companies are ramping up their efforts to sell as many drugs to as many people as possible.  It's not to cure you, but to make as much profits as they can, while they can, in a last-ditch effort to gain a greater market share for the hereafter and keep the population dumbed down in the process.     

So, who will benefit from this?

It's always been my dream to be co-master of the universe and all dimensions, so I guess that means me.  If you're ethical, open to new experiences, trust your intuition, maintain an awareness about you, and respect and trust nature, I'd say you stand a very good chance of being part of the universal continuum.  If you're a George Bush, Rockefeller, stuck in a retail mindset, power-hungry, money-hoarding, evil-doing, Exxon-Mobil, screw-your-neighbor-for-a-buck, unethical, murdering, war-mongering, unconscious sleep-walking, neo-con drone, I'd say you can flounder on this mudball of a planetary hell that you've created, and die of natural or unnatural causes when your short-lived lifespan ends.  If you don't fall into this last group and maintain an open, honest, forgiving, seeking, spiritual warrior mindset, and don't allow your brain to get in your way but let your intuition be your guide, you shall truly be captain of your ship and master of your soul, limited only by your imagination.  All things will be possible without time-space restraints.

For example, by 2012 if you are still stuck in this reality of working for a living, fixing your car, planning vacations, paying taxes, putting up with Neanderthal bosses, heavy traffic and a thousand other things involved in your day-to-day existence, then nothing will change, and life goes on.  BUT, if you're aware and reasonably prepared for the massive change in everything, you can find yourself shooting pool with Einstein in Tahiti while Jayne Mansfield serves drinks to all your friends, and the ice won't melt in your glass.  


Now.... What do you plan on doing on the last day? 

Sit home and watch TV?  Watch this transformation from your office window?  A group hug with your family before someone drops the big one?  I have a better idea................

Let's all go to Key West and party like it's the last party on Earth... which it just might be.

I intend to charter a few buses to Key West around December 18, 2012 and meet at Sloppy Joes at 9am 12/21/12 for the start of the last and first party of man.

It'll be first-class all the way.  Depending on how many are interested, we can get a mansion or the wing of a resort.  The bus will have extreme and copious amounts of food and drinks with a team of sober drivers to insure our safe arrival.

I'm not doing this for profit, either.  The object is to get as many like-minded people on this wavelength as possible, because the more people involved, the lower the cost, the more luxury for all of us.  It's a karmic thing.

Making your own reservations might appeal more to you.  No problem.  The idea is to meet at one place at one specific time.  If you want us to arrange your stay you won't be disappointed, but we can't guarantee it will be best for YOU.  Some would prefer a condo on the beach.  Some would prefer a simple cottage or a mansion with all the amenities, and others, like me, would settle for a shack on Duval Street with a well-stocked liquor supply within shambling distance to Party Central, but I'm pretty flexible.  The point is to be there for the beginning of the end of time and space itself.       

We'll head straight down I-95 along the east coast and follow our noses to Key West.  It's our intention to take anyone who wants to go.  Let us know if you're interested, and we'll work it out.  If you find your way to I-95, we'll pick you up along the way.  There's always room for one more.  Just let us know, ok?

Why Key West?

Why not?  It's a straight shot down the east coast, no complicated map reading.  Pleasant weather, cool people, keno sandals, sub-tropics, sand, salt water, conch chowder, key lime pie, Hemingway, the southernmost city in the U.S., close to the Bermuda Triangle... the list goes on and on. 

Besides, ya got a better place to go?

I gave this idea all of about 10 seconds worth of thought.  Italy is out of the question, because we don't know what will happen when these solar flares kick in, and the last thing we need is to fly for 8 hours, only to get stuck in some European airport because electricity has been neutralized, or you lost your passport along with your luggage or the hotel over-booked or a hundred other things that can go wrong.  Here in the U.S., all you need is a change of clothes, walking-around cash, and some like-minded countrymen to share this totally once-in-a-lifetime experience.  

The question is, where do you want to spend the last and first day of the rest of your life?  The best and only answer I came up with was Key West-- and after a lot of thought, I still can't think of a better place to watch a sunset without a language, cultural or weather problem.

At the time of this writing, we have approximately 4.5 years to get our acts together.  As time passes at an increasingly accelerated rate, our intuition will draw us together for this most excellent adventure.  


This is one bus you don't want to miss.  So... Are you down for this, or what? 

Let me know, and if you have a better place in mind, I'm all ears.




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