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Pre-2012 Ceremonies To Save the Earth Begin

Serpent Mound Crystal Skulls & The 11•11•11 “Event” at the Great Pyramid

By Dr. Greg Little

Serpent Mound Crystal Skulls Ceremony—10/29/2011. As we approach 2012 and the date the world supposedly ends in late 2012, thankfully right before next Christmas (so no need to shop next year), the game to save the world from impending doom is already afoot. On October 29, 2011 thirteen crystal skulls were used in a ceremony at Ohio’s famous Serpent Mound. They were used, according to an article by Dr. Bradley Leper, “so that information somehow stored inside their crystalline hard drives could be recovered” and ignite their paranormal powers. Mayan priest Hunbatz Men led the ceremony intended to harmonize cosmic and Earth forces. The event was attended by hundreds of people and film from the ceremony is available on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4m_2glcZYY0 And elsewhere: http://awakenvideo.org/2011/10/the-activation-of-serpent-mound/

Great Pyramid Crystal Ceremony—11/11/11. For some time Polish and Cairo university groups had plans and approvals to conduct a ceremony inside the King’s Chamber of the Great Pyramid at 11:00 a.m. on the supposedly important day of 11/11/11. The group planned on placing “charged” crystals, including a specially shaped “pyramid” crystal, inside the sarcophagus. According to the group, at the moment when the charged crystals are placed into the Great Pyramid they would “connect with the cosmic energy and the condensed energy of our human love and the energy of crystals will be further enhanced by the energy of the Great Pyramid. This should create around our Planet a protective shield that should protect us against any unwanted cosmic events (such as sunspot activity, comets. Planet X, etc)” [sic]. A picture of the pyramid-shaped crystal and the groups’ written description of what they intended can be found here: http://www.projekt-cheops.com/news.aspx?languageId=22&menuId=77&sectionId=493&cmd=

A brief film describing what these groups intended to do is here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z9jp8fajHcI&feature=related

Just days before the scheduled event, it was announced that the Giza complex and Great Pyramid would be closed to visitors and the event was cancelled. Rumors had surfaced that the event also involved a secret Jewish group who intended to somehow place a Star of David on top of the pyramid. Nevertheless, many people were allowed onto the Giza Plateau that day and small groups of visitors congregated around holding small and informal meditations and prayers. Visitors were allowed to walk virtually everywhere around the Plateau but were not allowed inside the Great Pyramid that day—as they normally would be allowed to do—but officers and guards were at the Great Pyramid’s entrances, coming and going as they normally do. There is a possibility, although the information I received is not confirmed (and is probably not verifiable to begin with) that a group of people did, in fact, conduct a ceremony inside the Great Pyramid, although it was certainly not the group that initially had gained permission to do so. (Permission in this case means essentially a “bribe” of a sufficient amount that essentially could “rent” the Great Pyramid for a period of about 12 hours.) Supposedly 11 people had 11 special items placed in 11 places in and around the Great Pyramid at 11:00 a.m. on 11•11•11.

It is a difficult and essentially useless endeavor to try to verify any of this and as 2012 ensues people will read a lot into numbers and dates. 12•12•12, for example, already has a massive number of “events” scheduled on it.


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