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Monday, December 10, 2012

Crystal worshippers descend on Arkansas

Posted By on Mon, Dec 10, 2012 at 10:03 AM

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As you know, the end of the world is coming up on December 21, and we're already seeing signs and portents of the Apocalypse right here in Central Arkansas. Wanna make sure your shakra, soul, ka, spirit and/or mojo is ready for The Great Reckoning? Then you might want get on down to the "The Cosmic Crystalline Completion," which started yesterday in at the downtown Doubletree Hotel Little Rock and runs through 12-12-12.

For just $595, attendees get four full days of hobbing and nobbing with the finest faith healers, pseudo-scientists and quacks money can buy. Bonus: If you've already sealed yourself in your 12/21/12 bunker, they offer live streaming of the whole event for just $295.

How kooky? Try this on for size, from their website:

The 11-11-11 Completed the Circuitry of the Crystal Vortex. The 12-12-12 Connects the Crystal Vortex Circuitry Globally & Activates All Remaining Master Crystals and Sun Disc & Activates All Remaining Master Crystals and Sun Disc

An Amazing Net of the Quantum Crystalline Field Will Be Projecting to and from the 144 Crystal Grid and All Systems on the 12-12-12

The Crystal Vortex is the Centre Hub
It is Why We are Gathering in Arkansas
It Will Be Our Final Process in the Crystal Vortex
It Will be the Completion That Triggers the Transformation
It is Why MAX [a "true extraterrestrial" crystal skull that will be a featured guest at the convention] will be with Us to Provide the Global Coding

Its 2012! Are You a Code Carrier?
Join Us in the Crystal Vortex for the Initial Trigger

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