ISON survived Authoritarian Propaganda

According to NASA comet ISON “fizzled” yesterday. I was saddened when I heard the news. Then I went to Youtube and noticed countless videos saying it survived. Even the mainstream media seems to be admitting it’s still there. The SOHO website says: “Comet ISON: Faded Glory”. The comet looks a bit faded from it’s encounter with the sun in the GIF animations, true, but it’s still flying up there. What is up with these derogatory remarks about ISON?

I think “the establishment” wants us to stop paying attention to ISON. Possibly it is significant somehow. A cosmic symbol of hope. A majestic sperm cell in space trying to reach the egg to birth something new. Or just a rock, or dirty ice, in space trying to continue existence. No matter what the case is, is we should support it. We should support it, and want it to survive simply because it is there. Not because of something it might do for us. If we were to see it, it would be an aesthetic experience at least. Maybe nothing more, but nothing less. It needn’t be any more esoteric than that, but it could be.

Then again maybe it is part of the asteroid threat agenda, which will eventually lead up to the fake alien invasion and weaponization of space. At first they pretend ISON is not interesting and won’t do anything, but then suddenly they use their secret space lazors to make ISON threaten Earth somehow to make us all scared and shit. I doubt that will happen though.

I still maintain that ISON is probably something cool. You can interpret that in anyway you want. And I still see a similarity between ISON and Elenin. We let Elenin fade, we shouldn’t do the same for ISON.




Consensus Reality

There are three types of reality; objective reality, subjective reality and consensus reality. Or perhaps more accurately there are these three ways of perceiving reality, and only of them is reality (objective reality), one of them is something in between (subjective reality) and consensus reality is not reality at all. It is an ephemeral construct used for a purpose for a period of time, at best. A mass delusion leading to centuries of murder and enslavement at worst.

Objective reality the reality which exists regardless of us. Something is real even if you and me aren’t. What that is, is another question. Presumably we exist in the objective reality, however we perceive it, for the most part, in our subjective way, which often skews our perceptions in some way. Then there is consensus reality, which is basically only an idea shared by a group of people. The idea may have been devised by a single individual and infused onto others, or it may have been created equally by all participants.

We hear things like the “scientific consensus” on this matter is so and so. It is an oxymoron. A scientific fact, nor a truth, can ever be deduced by a consensus. A truth is a truth, whether or not everyone or no-one believes in it. Consensus belongs to the sphere of politics or hobbies. A group of politicians may come to a consensus on how to enact a certain policy, a group of friends may decide to go play ice hockey together on the weekend. A consensus pertains to decision making, which hopefully is based on some degree of truth, but you cannot have a scientific consensus. The truthfulness behind the decision to play ice hockey would be something like everyone within that group enjoys it. The truthfulness behind the policy is that everyone deciding on the policy benefits from it. A scientific consensus, however, works only the lines of everyone here believes the earth is flat, those that disagree are killed. There, we have a consensus.

If several different researchers come to the same conclusion independently, it is laudable. Hopefully it suggests their findings are correct. However, even if they discuss the findings together and find they agree, does not make it a scientific consensus. The fact that the objective truth and the consensus coincide is coincidental. You can never deduce what the truth is simply by looking at the consensus. All you find out that way is what the consensus is.

Religions, including scientism, which is religion masquerading as science, usually try to convince you that their consensus is reality. They tell you to follow their dogma, and ignore your own reason and intuition. Trust their hierophants and doctors. Even if what they are saying is true, they dilute the truth by trying to make you forgo your own understanding of the matter, and merely follow their consensus teachings. Ultimately, these consensus religions try to convince you that the artificial ideas of man is more important than the natural, or spiritual, reality.

Believing in a consensus is not wrong in itself. We all can, and should, come to an agreement with other people in various issues. However, consensus is related to deciding on a course of action; do we buy a new car or save the money? Matters of taste can be a consensus issue too; you and your mates may agree that Megan Fox is prettier than Natalie Portman. I don’t think any objective truth can be reached on that issue. When you are trying to find scientific and even deeper truths of our world, is when consensus should be discarded. A consensus fits a scenario when a group of researchers are trying to decide on the best course of action to research a complicated issue. A springboard for truth, but once you are getting close to the truth, or believe you are, you must leave all consensus behind.

Magic Sigils, Circuit Boards and Cities

I’m continuing with my crazy esoteric insights. Last time I was on an aeroplane, this summer, I thought cities viewed from above look like circuit boards. Then I looked at the ground and didn’t think they actually look like that. The idea popped into my head back then, but I didn’t really believe it. Couple of days ago, the same day I wrote the post about demonic technology I got thinking about circuit boards again, and that they sort of look like magical sigils. I also remembered the thought I had on the aeroplane.

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Here’s a couple of circuit boards.


These are voodoo Vévés, i.e. magic sigils used in voodoo to contact spirits.


Magic sigils.

I think there’s slight resemblance between the sigils and circuit board, even though it is not an obvious one. Their function might be similar in the end.

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Cities too aren’t that dissimilar.


This circuit board look like a city map, or perhaps a park map, to me.

Enough with visual inspection. Let’s delve into the realm of function. The function of cities and circuit boards is to direct energy in a certain way to lead to desired results. Same probably applies to magic sigils as well, but understanding of magic is not that good. The same goes for my understanding of electronics too, but bear with me. Cities have nodes, such as offices and factories, where energy is directed to. This energy is in the form of electricity, resources and people. The ones controlling these nodes want the nodes to produce the goods, be they material goods, or intellectual or social goods. Roads are used to direct energy in a certain way. Circuit boards too have “roads” in the form of circuits. They direct the electric current, i.e. energy in a certain way to produce certain results. Therefore they are inserted into electronic devices to guide them function in the desired way.

I found this explanation on magical sigils:

“Sigils are monograms of thought, for the government of energy … a mathematical means of symbolising desire and giving it form that has the virtue of preventing any thought and association on that particular desire (at the magical time), escaping the detection of the Ego, so that it does not restrain or attach such desire to its own transitory images, memories and worries, but allows it free passage to the sub-consciousness.”

–A.O.Spare, “The Book Of Pleasure”

“Monograms of thought, for the government of energy”. Their function does not sound to differ too much from cities and circuit boards. All three are used to direct, or govern, energy. That is a very distinct difference between primitive villages and cities. Villages, at least in the past, served as home for human beings. Usually close to the homes were means to harvest food. The difference with cities is they are built to benefit the elite, be they royalty, democratically selected royalty or “scientifically” selected technocrats. We have the ancient saying: “All roads lead to Rome”, meaning all energy is directed to the capital of the empire. The same applies for all empires in history.

Roads are used for the transportation of human energy for the benefit of the elite. You may argue how roads are used for many positive things too, but the fact is every day all over the world countless people have to wake up tired early in the morning, and use a road to go to a workplace they are not too keen on. The roads and methods of transport differ from cars, buses and metro to bicycles. The purpose, however, is the transportation of people to use them as energy for a “greater” entity.

Some cities are built as magical sigils as well; for example the street plans of Washington DC and Paris have all sorts of Masonic iconography integrated into them. The function probably is to make the energy, especially in the form of people, to circulate in a certain way. Geomancy and feng shui are probably based on same principles of using the environment to manipulate energy. However, in those cases ambient energy is used.

I’m not saying these connections I make here are necessarily true, but an interesting thought at least. Something worth considering. Food for thought, as they say.


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UFOs, Blue Demons and Technological Portals

I don’t know where to begin, except by saying this is stuff I’m going to say is very experimental and relies on the power on my imagination more than actual facts. However, I do intuitively feel that I should share this information nonetheless. So take it as the ramblings of my hyperactive imagination or intuitive glimpses into the truth behind our reality. Whichever suits you best.

In recent weeks I’ve wondered both about the nature of UFOs and ETs, and the nature of demons. At first as two separate affairs. Now I’m leaning toward the conclusion that they are related. Let’s get my previous perceptions out in the open at first. I’ve seen the scenario that some UFOs are ET spacecraft and others are secret government craft as the most likely story, and that there is intelligent life out there on distant planets and that some of them have visited Earth, and possibly do so today as well. That is not a very extraordinary viewpoint in our world. I’ve spoken of demons before as well. While they may be non-physical entities inhabiting other dimensions and somehow with black magic or whatever possessing people, however I have no proof about that one way or another, so I cannot comment on that. However, I perceive demons as many of these social constructs and institutions that enslave people, such as corporations and governments. These institutions are non-existent, artificial entities yet they are able to wield great influence on Earth. That sounds demonic to me. I’ve maintained that the demons exist as some sort of mental aberrations in the minds of people “possessed” by the people who serve them. I’ve seen demons foremost as a psychological malady. This manifestation of demons may or may not have deeper metaphysical and spiritual repercussions.

As I said I’ve wondered about UFOs and demons. Not really done research actively per se, but they’ve been occupying my mind as I’ve been walking and doing other stuff. I’d say my intuition and subconsciousness have wanted me to explore the issue, even though my reason says there is not much else I really can know about them, as both phenomena are out of my reach. Yet just within the last week or so I’ve been lead synchronistically and intuitively (I apologize for overusing the word “intuition”, either it is due to me trying to convince my imagination is really intuition, or it is actually my intuition) to see the issue from a new angle which is that ETs and UFOs are probably demons.

The notion that UFOs and what victims of abduction experiences perceive as aliens are not actually extraterrestrial beings, but terrestrial or inter-dimensional demons is not new. It has been mostly been supported by Christian UFO researches, and I used to think they believe it is only because their religious dogma does not allow them to acknowledge the possibility that intelligent life exists on other planets. Partially that is probably true, but there is more behind this hypothesis. The connection between so-called ET abductions and stories of fairies has been noted by many researchers as well. Many UFOs behave in distinctly non-physical ways, which does not necessarily mean they are non-physical entities, however dismissing the possibility that they are spiritual entities by saying they are merely using so advanced technology we don’t understand it, is not productive either.

Based on conventional, materialistic understanding of the universe, it would make sense since there are countless galaxies with countless star systems with countess planets out there, there should be life there too somewhere, as life is so abundant on Earth. Yet throughout all these years no evidence of life outside this solar system has been found. Why? Even though scientists have (probably) only charted a small percentage of the planets out there, it’s still a fairly big number. You’d think they’ve found something, be a planet with a society, some sort of signal or space junk from a space craft. But no such thing. You can say there’s been a cover-up, and it’s possible, but I’m not convinced. I’ll rather think our understanding of the cosmos in completely wrong if we assume biological lifeforms have evolved, or could evolve on other planets. Perhaps the Earth is the center of the universe when it comes to material creatures such as ourselves.

One influence on this hypothetical path on UFOs and demons I am setting on is Freeman of FreemanTV whose lecture Aliens from Hell asks if aliens are in fact demons. Freeman mentions in his lecture a plan to transmit demons through TV and technological devices into people to possess them. Sounds crazy, doesn’t it, but I’m beginning to think it is true. That it has happened or is happening now.

The words from a Björk song called Modern Things have been circulating in my head recently:

“All the modern things
Like cars and such
Have always existed
They’ve just been waiting in a mountain
For the right moment
Listening to the irritating noises
Of dinosaurs and people
Dabbling outside

All the modern things
Have always existed
They’ve just been waiting
To come out
And multiply
And take over
It’s their turn now…”

Makes me think of the famous plaque from the temple in Abydos with pictures of a helicopter and other modern and futuristic looking craft.

Is technology itself demonic, or perhaps merely the type of technology we use? It has given us many new possibilities and abilities, but we are also emotionally attached to it. Take the internet for example, and computers. They have allowed the so-called Truth Movement and many other genuine alternative notions to flourish. In other words, computers and internet have done a lot of good. But it comes with a price. We’re emotionally attached to our computers. Many of us, especially if we live alone spend more time with a computer than with real live people. Even if much of the time we spend on the internet consists of communicating with other people, it’s still not the same as real human contact. We have this technological mediator between us. Our relationship with technology is the age-old demonic pact where we get forbidden knowledge and magical powers in exchange for our souls.

Are then our computers, smart phones and LCD TVs portals for demons to enter our lives? Perhaps the devices are demons themselves? I cannot say for sure, but I think there is something demonic in these devices that have taken silence and solitude from our lives. Myself, and a loooot of other people, do not spend that much time alone anymore, even when we are alone. Often we have the computer on, even if we’re not actively using it, it’s there, snorting in the background. I don’t watch TV anymore, but when I used to I often had it on just for the background noise. Also because of cell phones, we are never free to be by ourselves. If the phone feels it wants to bother you, it can possess one of its human slaves to give you a call or send a message.

Another thing I’ve wondered for a long time are the various blue things we have. There’s Blu-ray, Bluetooth, Blue Brain Project that is trying to model human brain on a computer, there’s Project Blue Beam that is supposed to deceive you with a fake alien invasion and fake religious signs, Project Blue Book was the US airforce investigation into UFO phenomena. There’s probably other stuff I cannot think of right now. I used to think the Blue refers to technology reverse-engineered from aliens or something like that, but maybe it means demonic technology. Technology that somehow aids the demonic presence on this planet to grow stronger. I’d add Wifi to that too although it’s not Blue

I did a little bit of googling for demons and blue and found some stuff. This is purely anecdotal evidence, I know. I’m not saying the colour blue is evil, but in some sense it might have symbolical connection to demons or evil spirits. Here’s one quote about the Djinn. The Djinn are thought to exist by some and connect them to the Archons or reptilians. Also in Christian lore King Solomon could control demons and make them work for him. In Islamic lore those demons are actually Djinn, so there is a connection between demons and Djinn:

“The marid is unruly and rebellious, and the most powerful of djinn. The marida (plural) possess great knowledge of magic and have assisted kings and priests. They are also known as “blue” djinn and are the ones most often associated with wish-granting genies.”

Here’s one excerpt from Greek mythology. Not necessarily significant, but I find the connection to vultures interesting. Could it refer somehow to Cygnus?:

“EURYNOMOS (or Eurynomus) was the netherworld Daimon (spirit) of rotting corpses, who stripped the flesh from the bones of the dead. He was probably connected with with the creatures which fed on corpses such as flies, maggots and vultures. Eurynomos was depicted with black-blue skin and wearing a vulture’s-hide cloak.”

I also found some forum entry called: “The Blue Demons in the Etruscan Underworld”. The Blue Meanies in The Beatles movie Yellow Submarine are unsurprisingly blue. And so on.

I think I’ve rambled enough. Take what you will of this. I at least feel better after getting this out of my system. I should note I’m not writing this out of fear, rather our of exhilaration and a sense of wonder and mystery. The social matrix we live in is saturated by evil. This should be obvious to everyone by now. Trying to ascertain why the matrix exists and who actually put it there is a step forward in unraveling the net we are caught in. I’m not suggesting bashing all your technological devices with a hammer or regarding them with fear, that there is a demon lurking in your machine. You should instead have fun with the idea. Play with it.

Links: Björk – Modern Things


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Comet ISON

Comet ISON is coming. I hadn’t been paying attention to it before. I’d just heard it mentioned here and there in the alternative media that it’s supposed to be noteworthy. Supposedly NASA barely acknowledges it’s existence, so insert your conspiracy theory here. Sort of reminds me of Elenin.

I became interested in ISON just in the last couple of days. It might be something cool. I hope I can see it with my own eyes too. I should be.

One video on Youtube showed that it looks like an eye. In many other pictures I’ve seen ISON it’s blue. May not be the actual colour, but still sort of hoping to see the Kachinas eventually.


Is Worship the root of all Evil?

I read or heard years ago someone commenting on how it’s funny that even though Monty Python broke every convention of comedy and storytelling the fans of Monty Python repeated the lines of Monty Python sketches slavishly and berated others for making mistakes. (Something along those lines, I certainly don’t remember the quote, just the idea behind it.) Back then I didn’t quite understand the meaning, probably since I was one of those repeater fans. Now I understand that that sort of behaviour is worship, which in my assessment, is a form of mental and spiritual sickness.

Monty Python’s Flying Circus was a British comedy TV show in the sixties and seventies. They also made a few movies afterwards as well. Their humour was quite insane and ingenious. The show started with the phrase “And now for something completely different”, and in those simple and innocent days it was certainly true. Nowadays Monty Python has a cult following, which was joked about in another British comedy show Not the Nine O’Clock News (which was made back in the 80s).

Worship is, in effect, a parasitic act. It can work in two ways. One: the weak would-be worshipers recognize something as being strong, true, profound, holy or somehow desirable. The worshipers realize they themselves are unable to arise to that level of excellence, but they want to bathe in the glory of the object of their worship so they flatter, prostitute, prostrate themselves in an effort to gain the attention of the object of worship in hopes of profiting from it somehow. Two: someone of weak character, yet strong persuasion skills makes himself seem strong, true, profound, holy or somehow desirable to attract worshipers. The worshipers are deluded into thinking the object of their worship is worth it.

In type one energy flows from the object to the worshipers. In type two energy flows from the worshipers to the object. Both acts are parasitic.

Let’s have a few examples. Type one: a holy prophet such as Jesus or Buddha comes to town sharing wisdom and spiritual insights. People recognize the truth behind their words, but are not strong enough to actually heed their words in practice, so instead they start worshiping the prophet. Eventually this leads to even persecuting those who do not profess to follow the teachings of the prophet, and committing acts of violence on the infidels, despite the very clear condemnation of violence by the object of their worship. An abstract image based on the true living prophet is crystallized into a robotic religion of bigotry in the minds of the worshipers who lack the intellectual, moral and spiritual capacity to grasp the meaning within the words of the prophet, they merely see the power within them, and the worshipers covet it.

Type two: a person such Jesus or Buddha comes to town masquerading as a holy prophet, seemingly sharing wisdom and spiritual insights. Alternatively, someone spreads fake scripture claiming a made-up prophet had taught these insights somewhere else. The ordinary people feeling powerless and clueless about many things in life hear the false prophet, and cannot quite verify whether his words are true or not, but his demeanor is certainly very self-confident, and also he makes it seem as if not believing him means you are simply too dumb to understand the wisdom of his words. Therefore the people start worshiping the false prophet.

As was already mentioned in the beginning of this post, worship is not limited to religious and spiritual affairs. Famous rock stars are worshiped as well. Both type of worship can apply. Some people are truly talented, and acquire groupies to suck energy from them, and suck them off, such as Jimi Hendrix (or so I hear). Others are not talented, but they have talented and powerful media machines behind them confuse people that loud noises and blinking lights equal talent to entice lots of groupies, such as Kanye West. John Lennon was most certainly an object of worship as well. Obama is another false prophet. Conspiracy researches also fall into both categories. Some are worshiped by lesser people, and others are hacks that want to be worshiped.

I should point out that there is a big difference between worshiping someone, and recognizing someone’s work, being supportive of it and trying learn from it and promote it in a mature way.

The Bible says that the love of money is the root of all kinds of evil. (Apparently it does not say “root of ALL evil” as is usually quoted.) It does not say money is evil. Money is a tool that can by used for good, evil and just silly stuff. However when you start to fall in love with it, worship it you start doing evil stuff by believing an insane fairy tale that money has any intrinsic value. Likewise, being obsessive of one’s dislike of something fairly neutral such as money is a kind of reverse worship. Call it scorn, condemnation, denunciation or something else, doesn’t really matter. There is a thin line between love and hate, and so is between affectionate obsession and hateful obsession. If you are in a state of reverse worship, you recognize to see any positive sides in the object of your ire, and seek only to harm and destroy it. Or even things you perceive to be related to it.

I hate Harry Potter. I just don’t like it, but I don’t want it banned or anything like that such as some religious people do, because of the “witchcraft” in Harry Potter. I can understand that religious people consider witchcraft evil, because their scriptures say that but Harry Potter hardly deals with actual witchcraft. It might be harmful for children in some other ways though. The hateful obsession, or reverse worship, works in other ways too. Things such as pedophilia should be condemned, however if you become too obsessed with the notion, you might throw your righteous condemnation toward targets that are not pedophilia nor don’t promote it, but you only perceive them to do, because you want to see the object of your hatred everywhere to justify the hate you feel. Many “conspiracy theorists” have a love-hate relationship with the Illuminati, they worship it in one sense and scorn it in another. It is perceived as all powerful, and utterly evil, something to be resisted and exposed, yet the effort is seen as futile because of the power of the Illuminati. Don’t get me wrong, it is important for each individual to ask themselves what the Illuminati is (whether or not it actually exists as a group, it certainly exists as a social construct), what can actually be known about it, how is it connected to the conspiracies we can clearly verify to exist and so on, but the Illuminati is not all powerful.

So in conclusion, be careful what you love/hate so you won’t become a worshiper. Worshiping is bad, ‘mmkay.

Link: Not the Nine O’Clock News – Monty Pythons worshipers

What Ever Happened to Comet Elenin?

Comet Elenin was discovered in December of 2010 by a Russian amateur astronomer by the name of Leonid Elenin, or so the story goes. The comet caused quite a stir in the summer of 2011 in the alternative media with many people claiming it will cause massive havoc on Earth. Floods, earthquakes, death, all the usual. The name Elenin contained the letters ELE, which supposedly stands for Extinction Level Event. Yet the main stream media hardly even acknowledged the existence of Elenin.

I became quite fascinated by Elenin as well. At first I was concerned by the doomspeak, however after a while I realized it was the usual hype, i.e. fake. Still, even if the apocalypse that Elenin was supposed to be bringing was fake, does not mean the same goes for Elenin itself. I greatly anticipated Elenin’s arrival in the autumn of 2011, and then it just suddenly disappeared. Supposedly torn apart by gravity or something. Also suddenly all of the gossip on Elenin died, faster than it had appeared. The same goes for most predictions of “something happening”, be it Obama making an announcement on the existence of ETs, Rapture happening or Ashtar Command landing. People who believe in it are hyped up, wanting to believe it, but when the day comes they have to face the truth it was all bullshit to begin with, and they choose to forget.

However, I don’t think Elenin was the same. Richard C. Hoagland was also quite interested in Elenin. At one point he said it was shaped like 3D tetrahedron, or D4, as we roleplayers call ’em.


Hoagland said also that Elenin was positive message from something. He made references to Arthur C. Clarke’s novel Rendeavouz with Rama. However I remember Hoagland saying during the summer of 2010 that he’s pretty sure the existence of ETs is going to be announced publicly by the end of that year. He was pretty sure about that, but we’re still waiting. He also said that comet 2005 YU55 will hit the moon in 2011, which didn’t happen either as far as I know. Yu55 was another comet at the time, a “friend” of Elenin.

Hoagland has said a lot of things that aren’t true. Yet I don’t think he’s disinfo or anything. I think he has done a lot of good research, and brought out useful information, but he’s sometimes like an excited school boy with an overactive imagination, saying things that seem true in his mind, but that’s as far as it goes. But enough with Hoagland.

Along with Elenin there were other comets with it, Honda and Levy. They might have been significant also. Elenin created all kinds of conjecture and pure lies. One story I remember is that a bunch of survivalists were going to build a base in the Ozark mountains in the US, since that’s one of the safe places after Elenin has wrought it’s destruction. I think they even used the name of a professor to try make their claims seem relevant, and the professor had addressed the issue that he has nothing to do with the whole affair. So this wasn’t simply delusional “conspiracy theorists” having fantasies, but there was actual lying and duplicity at work.

One question frequently asked many of us, no doubt, was is Elenin the Blue Star Kachina of Hopi prophecy? It would seem no, but not necessarily. Beneath all the chatter that was created around Elenin, I think there was something. There was definitely a psy-op around Elenin, but I wouldn’t necessarily say Elenin itself was a psy-op. I’m leaning toward it being something. What exactly, I cannot say. A message from ETs, a harbinger of cosmic transcendence, an abandoned ancient alien vessel, emergence of something from the beyond into our reality or something completely different. I simply don’t know. The way how Elenin suddenly disappeared along with the alternative media coverage of it was quite intriguing. I’d say there was a cover-up of some sort. Perhaps Elenin did something, and it was covered up, or Elenin was going to do something, but it was destroyed or taken away. I don’t know, but still after all this time (not so long ago actually) I’ve felt there was an untold mystery connected with Elenin.

Talking about Elenin back then was quite arduous at times too. A lot of people who understood that much of the negative hype around Elenin was bogus over-simplified the affair to Elenin being bogus as well. It wasn’t easy to express yourself that even though you think the doom and gloom around Elenin is false, you think there is something worth finding out about Elenin. But a lot of people just started attacking you simply for asking questions. The old dualistic bullshit “if you don’t like the blue team you must be supporting the red team, which means I have to kick your ass”.

Fortunately someone else remembers Elenin, and thinks of it as something else than just another false prophecy of doom. The girl who made this video is such a person: