For as long as anyone can remember, people have been making a pilgrimage to Bugarach Mountain, France. Bugarach, in the Corbieres Mountains, is upside down. It blew up in its early life and landed with its peak in the ground.
Because of its odd appearance and a history of displaying tremendous energy, word is aliens have chosen to live in or under the mountain for thousands of years. The aliens have access to special energy needed after December 21, 2012. That’s when the end of the world occurs according to the Mayan calendar. Mount Bugarach is “..one of the major chakras (center of spiritual power) of the earth, a place dedicated to welcome the energies of tomorrow,” an advocate told the New York Times.
The village located there expects thousands of campers will arrive soon and tax the local infrastructure. The Mayor is worried.
As always, there are doubters. Jesus told his followers there would be doubters about him as well.
I think we would all do ourselves a favor to read about people who believe such things. They provide as insight into ourselves.
That there exist invisible beings who are able to help us through mythical catastrophes must be as old as human kind. Certainly, the myths about Bugarach Mountain seem as real to the folks gathering there as the myths of Bible seem real to other millions.
One woman is celebrating the Spring, not by observing Easter, but by planning a post-apocalypse community based on love energy from Bugarach Mountain. Go girl.