More and more there are many that think 2012 will be the end of days, or the end of humanity. I am not seeing any of that at all. While it is the end of a cycle, which has to happen sometime – and it just so happens that it’s now – it’s not the end of existence of the Earth.
Yes, there will be a few difficulties associated with the placement of the planets, the stars, the Milky Way galaxy and even …. the effect that other galaxies have on this galaxy. But, that’s a topic for another millennium.
The difficulties will be along the lines of magnetic fields being unpredictable, and therefore causing electronic problems – satellite problems, solar problems, electronic signal problems. Because the impact on the magnetic fields will fluctuate according to position and location, the problems will not be 100% over all areas at the same time. We will have an opportunity to see how vulnerable we are to satellite problems, again.
The serious problems are not to do with 2012, they are to do with the years 2025 through the end of the 2030’s when there will be 7.5 billion growing to 8 billion people on the planet. At some point, the resources will no longer be enough for the number of people on the planet. The late 2020’s will be when the masses of people will see what is happening. They will cry out for help from their governments which will try but have little to help them with. I see the 2030’s being a seriously difficult time.
How far away is 2025? From today, it’s as far away as 1995 is. Who remembers 1990? That’s as far away as 2030 is – when today’s children begin to have children.
What will help? Doing today what we think will help the generation of tomorrow. This can mean hundreds if not thousands and millions of things, in addition to putting forth prayers and meditations for the future generations.