Foundation for the Law of Time, submitted by m00es. The Mayans predicted that the world would end on December 21, 2012. Then their civilization crumbled. Perhaps it is indicative of the decline of our civilization that religious cults are springing up that base their beliefs around the Mayan calender. There are plenty of awesome things to base a religion on, but the calender of a people whose other major inventions include human sacrifice and self-mutilation isn't one of them. I predict a sharp decrease in the popularity of the Foundation for the Law of Time sometime around oh, say December 22, 2012.
The discovery of the Law of Time is an evolutionary function of the planetary transition from the biosphere to the noosphere. Its discovery demonstrates that the biospheric crisis bringing on the noosphere is a function of the deviation of the dominant species from natural time. The purpose of the Law of Time is not only to demonstrate the error but to provide the necessary intelligence to establish the noosphere through the regulation of the human mind in the corrective unifying timing template of the 13-Moon 28-day calendar...The biosphere-noosphere transition actually represents a stage in an evolutionary continuum, all stages of which are elucidated by the Law of Time in their entirety as Cosmic History.
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