Dec 21 2012
If the Mayan
calendar states the ending of the world as 21st December 2012, it
does not need confirmation from MSNBC. The Mayan calendar itself
is an authority. Devoid of spiritual depth... most people world
over are unable to interpret the Mayan calendar as it is supposed
to be! The Mayan calendar simply emphasizes upon the end of an era.
And what does this mean?
When the end
of an era occurs... it announces denigration of moral and ethical
values on an unprecedented scale. In the present Kali Yuga (the
metal age) mutual trust amongst human beings has reached its lowest
ebb. In the circumstances... for upholding Dharma (righteousness)...
a world war becomes essential! The rot amongst the society has to
be rooted out.
we find Christianity and Islamic Dharma having reached a point of no return! A
fight to the finish between Christianity and Islamic Dharma is inevitable! The
expected world war 3... A full-scale nuclear war shall result in annihilation
of 1200 million people. A war of this magnitude would result in unprecedented
generation of heat world over.
would result in heavy melting of icecaps, see waters rising by about 10 to 12
feet, 1000 feet high waves becoming common, most coastal areas world over submerging
about 30 to 50 kilometers inroads. Countries like Australia almost written off
the world map! The fact is... nothing can be done in the circumstances. We have
to face the fruits of our karma!
can only be re-established after a world war of the above magnitude. The cleansing
of the society as a whole is an essential must. Every new era heralds the dawn
of a spiritual age... a time in the history of mankind when a pot of gold found
lying in the courtyard does not find a claimant? The glitter of gold and diamonds
having become passé... life becomes worth living!
Kumar "Atma Jnani"
Vijay Kumar... The Man who Realized
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