Our Greatest Prophets

Some of the greatest prophets of our time are Paul Ehrlich, James Hansen, Harold Camping, the Mayans, and now the IPCC – all of whom made nearly identical forecasts about the end of the world coming soon.

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25 Responses to Our Greatest Prophets

  1. tom0mason says:

    The end is not only near it is so more nearer than it’s eva been.
    So stay calm!

  2. Tel says:

    You are being very unfair to the Mayans, who had a perfectly good calendar that served the purpose it was designed for.

  3. gator69 says:

    Not to worry, it’s almost all over anyway…

    “The controversial 73-year-old founder of Texas’ Cornerstone Church says he has been preparing for this tetrad for years. The preparation includes a book — Blood Moons: Something is About to Change and an online TV special Tuesday.

    “What is the prophetic significance (of the four blood moons)? Is this the end of the age?” Hagee asked his congregation during a sermon shortly after his book was released, Christianity Today reports.

    He cites Acts 2:19-20 as a sign: “And I will show wonders in Heaven above and signs in the Earth beneath, the sun shall be turned into darkness and the moon into blood before the coming of the great and awesome day of the Lord.”

    In extensive remarks available online on his interpretation of the Blood Moons, Hagee says, “I believe that the heavens are God’s billboard, that He has been sending signals to planet Earth, and we just haven’t been picking them up.”

    He adds: “God is literally screaming at the world: ‘I’m coming soon.'”

    http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2014/04/14/blood-moon-lunar-eclipse-john-hagee-end-of-world/7694331/

    • Dom says:

      I liked the book, I believe in the significance, and I like the pastor…..but I get “hung-up” on where he adds his two cents to scripture; but it would be a false-premise to think that we would totally agree with anyone wouldn’t it?

      I believe it was Rene Descartes who wrote that our search for perfection is a sense of divinity that exists within us all; literally anything or everything can be argued.

  4. Mayans did not predict end times!!!

  5. Mohatdebos says:

    We have a new “canary in the coal mine” — of global cooling that is. Detroit set a new all-time record for snow and my marina is still frozen in. April 15 normally marks the start of the boating season in Michigan.

    • Dmh says:

      The only real “canary” for climate chage.

    • Gail Combs says:

      I am in mid North Carolina just south of the “snowline” we get snow about once every five years. So what is the weather forecast???
      “Freeze warning in effect from 3 am to 9 am EDT Wednesday…” The average low for that date is 48 °F It also says the record low was 28 °F (1950) but that is at RDU north and on the other side of the “snowline” (That area usually gets snow every year.)

      For Fayetteville to the south of us, the average min for the 16th is 51 °F and record low 28 °F (1943)

  6. Tom Bakert says:

    Why is there even a CO2 climate change controversy? OK, we all know why. Nonetheless, have a look at http://www.geocraft.com/WVFossils/PageMill_Images/image277.gif

  7. John F. Hultquist says:

    Tel @ 7:49 mentions correctly that the Mayans has a perfectly good calendar – it “rolled over” much like the odometer in a car. The real question about it is the nature of the event – the start date – on which it was based. (About 5,128 years ago + or -)

    It was Jim Jones and “Flavor Aid” – not “Kool-Aid” of the cute image above that was used to kill the commune’s members.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flavor_Aid#Jonestown_Massacre

    But the link above also states “. . . show stocks of both Flavor-Aid and its leading competitor within the commune’s storehouses, so it is quite possible that both drinks were used as carriers for the poison.

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