2008-1-31 03:48:00

Sharon asks:

"I have a question. There is all of this doomsday, end of world stuff circulating around, now I see some earth changes, some relocations happening, but not the end of mankind or even close. I watched part of the History channel's program on Yellowstone this week, and I just don't see it blowing anytime in the next 1500 years even though the scientists are saying it could be any time. So, my question is; why would mankind be repeatedly told that there would be 1000 years of peace and prosperity if we were going to be destroyed? I realize God has a sense of humor but I don't think He'd say we get 1000 years of peace and prosperity and the only way we achieve it is by decimating the population so there aren't enough people to conduct a war. Is my thinking flawed? Should I be worried?"


Unraveling, entropy and destruction is the line of least resistance. It takes much more effort to build than to destroy. This laziness shows up in humanity's thinking of the future. It is much easier to see glorious change happening through everything being destroyed than to save humanity and create something beautiful.

There is always that danger that we could destroy ourselves in an apocalypse but the seeds of that danger are largely in the belief systems of people about the coming terrors. Energy follows thought and because there is so much thinking about the end of the world the possibility looms out there more than it should. It is amazing that we are in as good of shape as we are when you think of all the end of the world belief systems around there.

Unfortunately, the new agers are as bad as the Christians and Moslems in this for they are always setting dates for destruction whether it be Planet X, 2012 or the invasion of evil aliens.

It is the desire of the Brotherhood that we align ourselves with positive building energies and enter the new age without facing great destruction first. Remember the Son of man came not to destroy, but to save.

If the destruction that many wish for were to come it would not be followed by a glorious millennium but by a long trek back to a civilized world.