Barrauch the safest place on earth

February 5, 2011 3:08am CST
people say world is going to end in 2012.but some geographist says 'BARRAUCH" a small town in france will not be affected at all. and will save living beings from extinction
5 responses
• Portugal
11 Feb 11
Hi!! I have just returned from a trip to Bugarach! I have been blessed to be able to travel to this region in France...steeped with mysticism and intrigue. My 1st sighting of the Pic de Bugarach was a WOW!! moment - a strong and solid sentinel, standing guard over a beautiful area. I feel a great tenderness towards the people of this little hamlet though. Their quiet and uncomplicated existence is being invaded by all sorts flocking to try to escape the "doom" they hear of. With the internet available to 100s of 1000s of people, curiosity is already bringing many to this sleepy hollow of about 200 people. I cannot begin to imagine what the impact an influx of thousands would have. The mayor has good reason to react the way he has - you can read more about what these visitors are up to on my blog http://gypsy-lee.travellerspoint.com/49/. I think the lesson is this - do not live in fear. Have trust and faith that wherever you and whatever happens, all is at it must be - life unfolding. With a global population of more than 6 billion, I very much doubt that one mountain, albeit it a magnificent one, will be the saviour of the planet........... or will it??!!!!
• Portugal
11 Feb 11
ooops...sorry folks for the double whammy!!! My 1st time to this site and I thought I had lost my 1st posting when I had to register!!
• Portugal
11 Feb 11
Hi al...I have just this weekend returned from a trip to Bugarach!! I was blessed to be able to visit France and a friend who is also interested in the mysticism surrounding this entire area suggested we go. It certainly has a magnetic charm to it. My 1st sighting of the "Magic Mountain" was a WOW! moment. The villagers have also known their home has special qualities. What makes me feel great tenderness toward them though is how the hype may spoil the quiet serenity as those who live in fear seek to be whisked away by ETs before the world explodes or whatever, to find their safe haven in a little French hamlet. Now with the power of the internet 100s of 1000s of people are learning about it, many already flocking there....you can read a little more about what they are getting up to on my blog (http://gypsy-lee.travellerspoint.com/49/). I cannot bear to imagine what impact the influx of 1000s would have on this beautiful gem of a town. The lesson to be learnt.....do not live in fear.....trust and have faith that where you are and what is happening around you is as it must be...with a global population of more than 6 billion, one small, albeit magnificent mountain, cannot be everyone's saviour.............. or can it??!!
@rog0322 (2834)
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
11 Feb 11
Hi nikle, A few years back, someone said that the sun shall no longer shine on the first day of January. Many people actually believed in it, even my mother who kept vigil all night long on December 31 to see what would happen. I woke up at five when it was still dark (winter solstice), she was close to panic for she really believed that the sun is no more. She was used to see the break of day in those hours. I could only smile at the recollection then, I remember going through the acts as if it was the end of the world: wearing an anxious expression and peering at the stars still visible then. And how the sale of candles and matches skyrocketed like the fireworks. I do not like to think that some businessmen is behind this whole story of impending doom for if it is so, then we are in for some actual serious trouble here.
@owlwings (38876)
• Cambridge, England
5 Feb 11
Please do your research properly! The village is called Bugarach and an article about it can be seen here: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/howaboutthat/ufo/8217001/French-village-which-will-survive-2012-Armageddon-plagued-by-visitors.html The nearby mountain, Pic de Bugarach is supposed to contain the entrance to a huge underground cavern which, apparently, inspired Jules Verne to write his story "Journey to the Centre of the Earth" (though the story has an Icelandic volcano as the point of entry). There seem to be many mysteries associated with the mountain and one of them is described here: http://www.perillos.com/bugarach1.html
@petersum (4526)
• United States
5 Feb 11
Isn't that the same place that didn't get effected by the Y2K fiasco in 2000? God, how much more of this do we have to take? There's still 22 months to go! France? I'd rather die!