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Group gears for Armageddon

Jars of fermented cures for ailments.
Jars of fermented cures for ailments. Stuart Cumming

AN ALIEN race will seek refuge on Earth after their planet Nibiru's universal trek kills billions of people as it grinds to a halt somewhere between here and Mercury.

In preparation for this impending doom, certain spiritually aware Allora residents have been practising their visionary skills so they can ascend to a post-holocaust fifth dimension.

A map detailing how the earth will change as a result of the April 2013 holocaust.
A map detailing how the earth will change as a result of the April 2013 holocaust. Stuart Cumming

The holocaust to which Earthmother Emissary Council co-founder Aurora refers is not the doomsday widely rumoured to be coming next Friday but instead a separation of the Earth's core from its mantle some time next April.

It's heavy stuff, which to the uninitiated, can take quite a bit of explaining.

Aurora said she had been a part of the Allora community since setting up her group in a rented shed in the main street about two-and-a-half years ago.

The Herbert St headquarters in Allora, Earthmother Emissary Council.
The Herbert St headquarters in Allora, Earthmother Emissary Council. Stuart Cumming

"All we do here is teach visionary practices."

She said she was informed of the impending arrival of the planet Nibiru by Timn, the Earthmother.

About 13 members come and go from the Herbert St shed throughout the day as they await the arrival of the rogue planet.

Other tasks include fermenting natural cures for a range of ailments as well as household products such as detergent.

Inside the Earthmother Emissary Council at Allora. Drums used to ferment a range of products including detergent and agricultural products.
Inside the Earthmother Emissary Council at Allora. Drums used to ferment a range of products including detergent and agricultural products. Stuart Cumming

Aurora said she had a pretty good idea about how other members of the community viewed her group.

"I believe it is a cross between ridicule and fair go.

"A lot say we are not doing any harm and a lot ridicule us."

She said people were welcome to find out more by visiting the Allora base in person.

Do you think the world is going to end on December 21, 2012?

This poll ended on 22 December 2012.

Current Results

Yes!

8%

No!

70%

I'm not sure yet.

5%

I haven't thought about it.

3%

It doesn't matter to me!

11%

This is not a scientific poll. The results reflect only the opinions of those who chose to participate.

Topics:  allora armageddon end of the world


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