By: Nathan Roshawn | From: TrueRants.net
So everything you've heard, read, and witnessed, is telling you this. It's the end of the world. These are the End Days, right? So it must be true. But what if its only the end of the world as we know it? What if we are going through an evolutionary process which is just transforming our world?
In the last few years, violence, corruption, and the overall social divide between individuals has worsened. Many people are feeling the effects of this and are having extreme moodiness including fits of rage, anger, fear, confusion, depression, hopelessness, and sometimes all of these. Independence Day for the United States was just a week ago, however, for many, it felt less like a celebration of our Independence and more like a commemoration of what once was independence. It’s hard to feel proud of your country when the framework of such a great nation is coming undone. No matter what your political leanings are, if you have any at all, everyone is on the same page now when it comes to America’s issues. No longer can anyone look away from the monster that has locked eyes with us. Now since we cannot ignore it, we have to figure out what it wants and why it is here. Unfortunately, this monster is so big, it isn’t just a USA problem anymore. It is a world problem.
Religious theologians might predict that the social unrest and overall corruption and violent actions we have grown to know as part of our daily lives are signs of the final days. Biblical studies and Islamic teachings both refer to this as Armageddon, the period before and leading up to the final judgement of mankind. Is it the end of the world? Or just the end of the world as we know it?
If you take a brief scan of historical timelines throughout the ages, you will quickly discover a pattern. Societies and civilizations have historically followed the same patterns of existence. They emerge out of violence, level off to a state of normalcy, experience a period of peace/prosperity, greed sets in, corruption overtakes, wars and violence reemerge, and the society falls. After the fall of these civilizations the survivors continue on, evolve, and a new more sophisticated system is formed. In our age of technology and innovation could we be the ones to break this cycle for good?
We have grown reliant on technology but the technology we’ve been exposed to is just the tip of the iceberg. Most of the advanced technology we have today is still concealed within secret military and government projects and isn’t known to the public. If it was, this world would appear more like a utopia and less like a cesspool. As for the types of technologies, let's just say, if you can imagine it, if you can dream it, somebody on this planet has made it, done it, or is working on creating it. For decades this technology has been withheld from society causing natural human advancement to stagnate and our quality of life to suffer. Fortunately there is good news and a ray of light at the end of the tunnel.
The beast that we’ve come face to face with might seem tougher and look intimidating, but the curtain has started to wear thin on the stage and the real handlers behind the monster are starting to show. Technology that will advance this society beyond anything we could imagine is emerging through the dedication of brave individuals. The corrupt leaders, systems, and procedures that have enslaved humanity is breaking down and being uncovered. The citizens of our world have awakened to see what needs to be done and demand honesty, integrity, love, and acceptance. It isn't the end of the world, it's just the end of the world as we knew it because the last phase of the traditional cycle of civilization is almost complete, although this time, we know it and this time we won’t fall.