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Friday, August 12, 2011

THE 2012 MAYAN PROPHECIES: LIFE AFTER THE POLE SHIFT

THE 2012 MAYAN PROPHECIES:


Life After The Pole Shift;

By Franke Schein

State Commander – Alaska Watchmen Group

August 12th, 2011 Anchorage, Alaska

http://www.alaskawatchmen.com/




There has been much discussion centered on this subject. Many people believe that the world will end; that all of humanity, or at least a good portion of it, will perish during the onslaught of these events.




There has never been any real scientific modeling of what could happen under the most extreme conditions. Scientists have concluded that our planet has undergone five separate pole shift (type) scenarios during the history of this little rock that is ours.



So what will happen?



There will be no more Starbuck coffee shops around. The movie theaters will cease to exist, and rush hour commuting will be a thing of the past…

Just go ahead and shoot yourself now!



During a pole shift, the earth’s magnetic lines start an abrupt travel, or leaning in another direction. It’s been suggested that the mantel that we live on, in other words “The Crust”, will shift position. That has serious ramifications. Alaska would end up just about where Hawaii is right now. Imagine Polar bears and icebergs floating around in that tropical area.



The oceans would slosh all over the place. Much like what happens when you fill the bathtub to the brim, and then get into it. Rubber ducky’s all over the place, and a wet floor. The polar ice caps would melt; adding several feet to the sea levels, and that in itself would be enough to wipe the coastlines

Coastal cities would be inundate by a massive flood that reaches 150 to 200 miles inland. Every river, stream, creek, pond, and lake along the coast would quickly become part of the rising ocean. Fresh water fish would die in the salt water, as would many of the algae that inhabits fresh water. Of course, drinking water would suffer as well, since many of the metropolitan water supplies are pumped from rivers and lakes.




Water is the essence of life, and without drinking water, instant Starbucks coffee suddenly becomes a thing of the past.

READ MORE HERE: ALASKA WATCHMEN 2012 PAGE


What will the world, and life, be like after the 2012 Pole Shift event?