I have not posted anything on the 2012 circus since the day before Emmerich’s disaster movie (which I have not seen yet and I think I’ll wait for the DVD). This is because I got tired of “debating” with people who apparently lack any form of education beyond high school (you know, people who have chosen not to be corrupted by the higher education – never mind that they already have been taught how to read and write and become part of that horrible mainstream world that they despise). I have decided to leave them alone most of the time but I still observe them and I will probably activate my debates now and then (particularly around December 21, 2012).
I just checked out the Swedish 2012 forum and saw a link to a Youtube clip with a woman called Jude Currivan. The 2012ers are apparently impressed by her “titles” as if this adds credibility to what she says. According to her website she “has experienced multidimensional realities and researched consciousness, perennial wisdom and metaphysics since early childhood. She holds a PhD in Archaeology researching ancient cosmologies and an Oxford University Masters Degree in Physics specializing in cosmology and quantum physics.”
Like I have said with Calleman and more recently with Hasenpflug, if you must advertise yourself with a title following your name most of the time you are probably a fraud who thinks a title can make up for all the nonsense you come up with. Calleman holds a PhD in a completely different subject than the books he sells (that is clearly to be dishonest to one’s readers). Currivan has added PhD after her name on most of the pages on her website. Now, why does she mention the university (Oxford) when it comes to her MA, but not her PhD? Where did she get her PhD? If her dissertation contains the same nonsense her website contains, it must have been a diploma mill. Maybe she got her degree from Fairfax University, like Sweden’s own Minister for Employment (Sven-Otto Littorin).
So what does she has to say about 2012 then? Well, she says that the “leaders of the Mayan people of Central America, whose ancestors devised the intricate calendar, disagree [with the apocalyptic scenario of Emmerich’s movie]. They say that whilst marking the end of an era, it is our materialistic world-view and lifestyles rather than the material world itself that may be transformed. For them and many leaders of change emerging around our planet, 2012 offers us the opportunity of a new beginning… The Mayans say the choice is ours to make.” She obviously has no clue of what the Maya say or said. She should be able to do some qualified research on this since she got a PhD. If she did she would realize that the 2012 circus has nothing to do with the Maya. It is only a gringo phenomenon.