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Mexico's Maya heartland awaits dawn of new era

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People gather in front of the Kukulkan Pyramid in Chichen Itza, Mexico, Thursday, Dec. 20, 2012.
Merida, Mexico - In the darkness before dawn Friday, spiritualists prepared white clothes, drums, conch shells and incense ahead of the sunrise they believe will herald the birth of a new and better age as a vast, 5,125-year cycle in the Mayan calendar comes to an end.

No one was quite sure at what time the Mayas' 13th Baktun would officially end on this Dec. 21. Some think it already ended at midnight Thursday. Others looked to Friday's dawn here in the Maya heartland. Some had later times in mind.

"Wait until the dawn on the 22nd; that is when we Maya will speak," Nobel Peace Prize laureate Rigoberta Menchu said earlier in Guatemala, another Maya area.

Mexico's National Institute of Anthropology and History even suggested that historical calculations to synchronize the Mayan and Western calendars might be off a few days. It said the Mayan Long Count calendar cycle might not really end until Sunday.

Whatever the details, the chance to welcome a new time seemed to be the main concern among celebrants drawn to the Yucatan peninsula.

Many people who came to Yucatan for the occasion were already calling it "a new sun" and "a new era."

"The galactic bridge has been established," announced spiritual leader Alberto Arribalzaga at a "galactic connection" ceremony Thursday in Merida. "The cosmos is going to take us to a higher level of vibration ... where humanity is in glory, in joy,"

What nobody was calling it is the end of the world, as some people in recent years have interpreted the meaning of the end of the 13th Baktun - despite the insistence of archeologists and the Maya themselves it meant no such thing.

"We'll still have to pay taxes next year," said Gabriel Romero, a Los Angeles-based spiritualist who uses crystal skulls in his ceremonies.

If the chanting and dancing of a crystal skull ceremony held Thursday weren't end fears of an apocalypse, scientists chimed in, too.


New Yorkers who believe in Mayan apocalypse search for sex before the world ends

Stop the world - I wanna get off!

A sexy swimsuit model and countless other lusty New Yorkers say tomorrow's predicted Mayan apocalypse is a great reason to have sex, and are turning to social media and doomsday-themed parties in hopes of fully experiencing humanity's steamy climax.

"If I die, I don't want to die on a dry spell!" declared model Niki Ghazian.

The sexy fashion plate, who works in New York and Los Angeles, told The Post she'll attend a fashion party with friends tonight to celebrate Doomsday Eve - and, hopefully, hook up with someone hot.

"Everybody should go out feeling satisfied," she told The Post. "If the world's gonna end, why hold back?"

All the horny hubbub has been caused by a doomsday prediction made by the ancient Mayan calendar, which predicts the world will end on Dec. 21, 2012, at 11:11 a.m.

While some people around the world are arming themselves and digging into bunkers, many New Yorkers are simply hoping for a hot time.

Cell Phone

Dec. 21, 2012: Fearful 'end of world' callers flood NASA

If there's one government agency really looking forward to Dec. 22, it's NASA.

The space agency said it has been flooded with calls and emails from people asking about the purported end of the world - which, as the doomsday myth goes, is apparently set to take place on Dec. 21, 2012.

The myth might have originated with the Mayan calendar, but in the age of the Internet and social media, it proliferated online, raising questions and concerns among hundreds of people around the world who have turned to NASA for answers.

Dwayne Brown, an agency spokesman, said NASA typically receives about 90 calls or emails per week containing questions from people. In recent weeks, he said, that number has skyrocketed - from 200 to 300 people are contacting NASA per day to ask about the end of the world.

"Who's the first agency you would call?" he said. "You're going to call NASA."

The questions range from myth (Will a rogue planet crash into Earth? Is the sun going to explode? Will there be three days of darkness?) to the macabre (Brown said some people have "embraced it so much" they want to hurt themselves). So, he said, NASA decided to do "everything in our power" to set the facts straight.


People all over the world are freaking out over December 21st

Mayan calendar
No ... the World WON'T End on December 21st!

The Mayan 2012 end of the world "prophecy" is scaring the pants off numerous children and suicidal teeangers. CBS News Detroit reports today:
Thousands of students will have an extra long holiday break after school administrators in at least three Michigan counties decided to cancel classes because of talk surrounding the shootings in Newtown, Connecticut and rumors connected to the Mayan calendar predicting the end of the world.

Five districts in Lapeer County and 20 districts in Genesee County posted announcements Wednesday evening cancelling classes Thursday and Friday.
Rumors connected to the Mayan calendar predicted end of the world on Friday have also surfaced," a letter from Matt Wandrie, Superintendent of Lapeer Community Schools said.
1-in-10 people believe that the Mayans have prophesied the end of the world (and see this). A Google search for "Maya 2012″ currently brings up hundreds of millions of hits (and see this and this).

Black Magic

Psychopath cons Sotheby's VP out of £800,000


Target: Nina Siegenthaler with her daughter on the beach. She fell in love with Stewart before he defrauded her
  • Alistair Stewart, 53, pretended he was running a hedge fund in Switzerland
  • Harvard-educated Nina Siegenthaler fell for his sophisticated charms
  • Miss Siegenthaler told court Stewart is a 'cunning predator'
  • Stewart jailed for five-and-a-half years at Old Bailey
  • A Sotheby's executive yesterday told how she felt 'violated' after being seduced out of £800,000 by a benefits-claiming conman posing as a Goldman Sachs billionaire.

    Harvard-educated Nina Siegenthaler, 37, fell for the sophisticated charms and 'A-list acting skills' of former Charterhouse schoolboy and Cambridge University drop-out Alistair Stewart.

    She branded him a sociopath and said she had believed his 'countless lies' about being a hedge fund manager with properties worldwide.

    She gave him her £630,000 life savings to invest, plus £154,000 for him to rent a luxury home for them in the Caribbean.

    In reality, Stewart was orchestrating his fraud from a council flat in Burgess Hill, West Sussex, where he lived for most of the time on incapacity benefits.

    He blew almost all her cash in four months on a £55,000 Mercedes, private jets, stays at the Ritz and Hyde Park Tower hotels, chauffeur-driven shopping trips to Harrods and jaunts in helicopters.

    Yesterday, as 53-year-old Stewart was jailed for five-and-a-half years at the Old Bailey, Miss Siegenthaler called him a 'cunning predator'.

    She said: 'He is one of the most intelligent, charismatic and seemingly generous people I have met.

    'He is also a cunning predator, a man without conscience or moral compass. His ultimate aim is not to rob, though he certainly will do that, but to control and manipulate.'

    Comment: According to Dr. Robert Hare, hundreds of thousands of psychopaths live and work and prey among us. Your boss, your boyfriend, your mother could be a "subclinical" psychopath, someone who leaves a path of destruction and pain without a single pang of conscience.
    Characteristics of Psychopaths: Watch Out For These Red Flags
    What "Psychopath" Means; It is not quite what you may think
    Psychopaths Among Us


    Facebook suspending accounts of those who question "official story" of Sandy Hook?

    It seems that Facebook is now in the business of shutting down the accounts of journalists who question the mainstream medias reporting of the news.

    Saturday night I was alerted by Facebook that I would have to wait three days until I was able to log onto my personal Facebook account again.

    I was informed the reason for this punishment was the result of meme I had shared. Facebook told me it "...violates Facebook's Statement of Rights and Responsibilities".

    I was further warned that "If you continue to abuse Facebook's features, your account could be permanently disabled".

    Below is the image I had shared on my Facebook "Fan page" entitled "We Know The Secrets of the Federal Reserve" (www.Facebook.com/WKTSOTFR) which posts memes as well as stories from our alternative media website www.SecretsOfTheFed.com
    Keep in mind this was posted on Friday, the day of the shooting, when every minute the "official story" of what occurred at Sandy Hook Elementary School was changing.

    There were mainstream media reports that the shooter was Ryan Lanza, the weapons used were "assault rifles", the shooter had killed his father, a second gunman was led out of the woods and questioned (since scrubbed from the net), and a myriad of other accusations that have since been proven to be false.

    At the time when this graphic was posted this meme contained 93% of what constituted the "official story".

    The image states that:
    "Adam Lanza, a clumsy 20 year old autistic kid dressed in camo and full body armor, who never shot a gun before, drives to another state, gets let into a locked school looking like Rambo, kills 26 people with dead on accuracy at a school his mother, (a retired teacher who no one ever heard of before), used to work in years before, after allegedly killing her with the gun that belonged to her in the first place, then takes his own life... Thats the news, and people blindly believe it."
    I have hyperlinked the claims in the meme to news articles which remained on the web, even after the media has attempted to scrub conflicting/false reports in the last few days.

    Three days after the shooting I was still able to find articles which confirm that the media was representing all the points made in the meme except one.

    Comment: The PTB don't want anyone connecting the dots...
    Sandy Hook massacre: Official story spins out of control
    Sandy Hook massacre: Evidence of official foreknowledge?
    Sandy Hook psy-ops: Police state here we come


    Psy-Ops war on preppers: Two-for-the-price-of-one crisis

    First of all, where is the headquarters of this "Doomsday Preppers Movement" I've been reading about? And where can I sign up?

    I didn't realize there was an organized movement, one deserving of capital letters. Who is the leader of this "movement"? I'd like to meet him (or her) immediately!

    The propaganda machine is not only going after guns in the wake of the terrible tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary School - this has become a two-for-the-price-of-one crisis, allowing the government and media to yet again, demonize preppers.

    Psychological Warfare:

    Various techniques are used, by any set of groups, and aimed to influence a target audience's value systems, belief systems, emotions, motives, reasoning, or behavior.

    It is used to induce confessions or reinforce attitudes and behaviors favorable to the originator's objectives, and are sometimes combined with black operations or false flag tactics. Target audiences can be governments, organizations, groups, and individuals.

    On Sunday the mainstream media began churning out articles about Nancy Lanza, the mother of the shooter, Adam Lanza.


    Mayan 2012 Prophecy: Orwellian "end of the world" doomsday is "made in America"

    The 2012 Mayan Prophecy has been readily distorted and misunderstood.

    The End of the Mayan Calendar on December 21, 2012 has nothing to do with the "End of the World".

    In fact, the Mayan calendar does not end on December 21st, 2012.

    Rather December 21 marks the beginning of a new "Long Cycle" in the Mayan calendar system. (See Washington's Blog, End of the World: Hear the 2012 Prophecy ... Direct from the Mouths of the Mayan Priests, Global Research, December 13, 2012)

    The End of the World concept is a falsehood and misinterpretation of Mayan thought. What is at stake is a renewal, the unfolding of a new era. For the Mayans, December 21, 2012 marks the beginning of a new long cycle (Ibid).

    Meanwhile, "End of the World" stories and commentary are plastered on the news tabloids. While the Western media readily refutes the Mayan prophesy, the apocalypse narrative, when repeated ad nauseam, serves as a distraction and distortion.

    A Reuters-Ispos poll conducted last May confirms that 10% of the World's population believe that: "The Mayan calendar, which some say 'ends' in 2012, marks the end of the world".

    Ironically, in sharp contrast to the Mayan prophesy of "renewal, the real World we live in at the outset of the 21st Century is marked by a formidable economic and social crisis which is impoverishing millions of people, literally destroying people's lives.

    Comment: None of these changes can come about until people understand that the world is ruled by psychopathic elites. Until they are removed from positions of power and the structures they have created to enslave us are dismantled, the world will continue its downward spiral. To more fully understand the implications of this read:
    Political Ponerology: A Science on The Nature of Evil adjusted for Political Purposes

    War Whore

    "America has a long history of killing little children."

    "It was a horrible scene and I would not let my Company fire. It looked too hard for me to see little children begging for their lives, have their brains beat out like dogs." - Capt. Silas Soule, witness to 1864 Sand Creek massacre.


    Children killed by U.S. drone strike
    "Did we just kill a kid?" - Brandon Bryant, drone operator.

    Americans love to think of themselves as innocents. As a result, when they are victimized they are not just in a state of mourning, but one of total disbelief when finding themselves on the receiving end of barbarity. In the moment of bereavement and shock the well documented acts of barbarity that have been and still are committed by their country are conveniently forgotten.

    The reactions to the killing of 28 people, 20 of them children, at a school in Newtown, Connecticut are understandable. It is difficult to imagine not being saddened and angered by the news of the senseless slaughter, particularly the killings of children only six and seven years of age.

    Yet it is wrong to behave as if little children have never before been targeted for death in this country. While president Obama may shed a tear at a press conference and take on the role of mourner in chief, he has ordered drone attacks which have killed young children. Between 2004 and 2012, 176 children in Pakistan were killed by American drone strikes. According to the president's staff, he personally oversees the assassination "kill list," which means he ordered the killing of 16 year old Abdulrahman al-Awlaki after having done the same to his father, Anwar al-Awlaki.


    Police pepperspray unruly crowd after brawl over Air Jordans


    Air Jordan 11 Bred shoe
    Huntsville, Alabama - Tempers flared during an early morning shoe sale at the Madison Square Mall, forcing security officers to call in the Huntsville Police.

    At least eight patrol cars responded to the Hibbett Sports store to help control a disturbance that erupted among a crowd of 75 people.

    The shoppers had been waiting for hours for the release of the new Air Jordan 11 Bred shoes. They sell for $180. On eBay, several pairs are going for $300 to $400 and up.

    Police had to use pepper spray on the crowd to calm them down, then helped those who were sprayed to clean it off their skin and out of their eyes.

    Officer say there was no fight, but the customers refused to comply with store rules and policies and security officers felt they needed assistance from police officers to get things under control.