Filmmaker and scholar Jay Weidner spoke about 2012 and prophecy, as well as mysteries surrounding the Georgia Guidestones and the Denver Airport. A series of interrelated prophecies are all pointing toward one time period, around 2012, as being a time of crucial change, possibly connected with our sun, he said. The decreasing heliosphere of the sun leaves Earth with less of a buffer from potentially dangerous elements from outer space such as cosmic rays, he noted.
Weidner perceives 2012 as an alchemical moment for humanity to decide who or what it wants to be. On a positive note, he foresees a possibility for the populace to live in semi-rural conditions in a more slowed down fashion, yet still connected via the Internet. A more negative outcome would see society turned into a "techno-fascist nightmare" with robocops and cameras on every corner, he warned. People need to figure out how to manage in a world of increasing scarcity, he commented.
In discussing the Georgia Guidestones, he doesn't interpret the commandment about maintaining the Earth's population as a call to exterminate people. Rather, he suggested the monument could be part of an alchemical mythos, helping to bring about a new consciousness. The Denver Airport appears to be connected to COG (continuity of government) with underground facilities that could withstand a nuclear war, Weidner reported. He suspects there's a gigantic tunnel system under the airport, with trains possibly running to different parts of America. Denver, he added, could be slated to become the capitol of an eventual North American Union.
The Georgia Guidestones, a mysterious monument erected in 1980 in Elbert, County GA has been called the "American Stonehenge" by some. Inscribed on its large granite blocks are 10 guides or commandments, including a proclamation to maintain the Earth's population at 500 million. The Guidestones were recently vandalized with spray paint.
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