This is reprinted without permission from the Stargate Yahoo Group. I believe this is important enough to be retained for posterity. I will be reflecting on his words for probably the rest of my life as they mirror what I have dreamed and the visions I've experienced.
2. Re: (concerning the Dec. 21 session findings)
Posted by: "Lyn Buchanan" [redacted]
Date: Thu Dec 27, 2012 2:06 pm ((PST))
(CONCERNING THE DEC. 21 PREDICTIONS) Gguy_X wrote:
>glad you're back in action and mindful of your prediction for the
>21st. Got any hunches on which way it went?
(For those who haven't heard what I've gotten in my sessions
concerning Dec 21st, I did each session blind to the target, and each
time found strong information that Dec 21st wasn't going to be a day
of disaster, but a "tipping point". Beyond that "tipping point",
there would be no turning back from the ill-effects created by not
heeding the warnings about pollution and all the other things we've
been doing to destroy ourselves and our planet. Even up until the
20th, we could prevent the "tipping point" from happening, but if we
didn't, then after that, well, too bad for us. It the "tipping
point" was reached, then nothing we can do afterwards can reverse the
fact that the Earth is going to start cleansing itself of us. It was
the point where we either saved the Earth by changing our ways or the
Earth would simply say, "Too late, now, guys! Too bad for you!!". I
found that if the "tipping point" was reached, then from there on
out, there will be absolutely nothing we can do to reverse the
process of the Earth simply killing us off. Things would
progressively get worse and worse. Absolutely zero actions on our
part after the "tipping point" can ever make things better again or
save us from the destruction to come.
I also found that on the 22nd, people would laugh about all the Dec.
21st predictions and continue to live as before, thinking that
nothing had really happened. But that as they continued living
blindly to the fact that something really had happened, life would
slowly get harder and harder - the Earth would get fiercer and
fiercer, etc. By the time that people realized their end was near,
they would have forgotten all about Dec. 21st, and never understand
its importance as a milestone in humanity's history.
However, on the good side, I've also repeatedly found that humanity
would not die off completely, but that only a >>greatly<< thinned-out
remnant of humans would survive - mainly in agrarian societies, but
that's about it. Want to survive? Learn to farm.)
So, back to your question as for which way it went: Well, we didn't
seem to have changed ourselves - so as far as I can see, it went as
predicted. Too bad for us.
Lyn Buchanan, Executive Director
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