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End of the world??

mandella

Village Elder
#1
A Christian numerologist claims that the world will end next Saturday when a planet will, supposedly, collide with Earth.
According to Christian numerologist David Meade, verses in Luke 21:25 to 26 are the sign that recent events, such as the recent solar eclipse and Hurricane Harvey, are signs of the apocalypse.
The verses read:
“25: There will be signs in the sun, moon and stars. On the earth, nations will be in anguish and perplexity at the roaring and tossing of the sea. People will faint from terror, apprehensive of what is coming on the world, for the heavenly bodies will be shaken.'

"'26: Men’s hearts failing them for fear, and for looking after those things which are coming on the earth: for the powers of heaven shall be shaken.'
Sept. 23 is a date that was pinpointed using codes from the Bible, as well as a "date marker" in the pyramids of Giza in Egypt.

Meade's views are not endorsed by Roman Catholic, Protestant or eastern Orthodox branches of Christianity.

Meade has built his theory on the so-called Planet X, which is also known as Nibiru, which he believes will pass Earth on Sept. 23, causing volcanic eruptions, tsunamis and earthquakes, according to British newspaper The Sun.
 
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TerribleWaste

Guest
#3
Similar story: In 1843 a man named William Miller had done his math and concluded that Christ would return that year. Of course Christ did not show up... So he and what was left of his followers whipped out their calculators once more and this time predicted that Christ would return on October 22, 1844 - The Day of Atonment. On that day he convinced some 50 000 followers to wait for the return of Christ. Well, Christ was MIA once more (an event known as The Great Disappointment) and most of the believers left the movement to return to their former churches. Some stayed, still waiting for The Second Coming.

Those who stayed formed what is today known as The Seventh Day Adventists. So it wasn't in vain after all.
 
#4
Similar story: In 1843 a man named William Miller had done his math and concluded that Christ would return that year. Of course Christ did not show up... So he and what was left of his followers whipped out their calculators once more and this time predicted that Christ would return on October 22, 1844 - The Day of Atonment. On that day he convinced some 50 000 followers to wait for the return of Christ. Well, Christ was MIA once more (an event known as The Great Disappointment) and most of the believers left the movement to return to their former churches. Some stayed, still waiting for The Second Coming.

Those who stayed formed what is today known as The Seventh Day Adventists. So it wasn't in vain after all.
Maraga should rule that the world should end, not before or after that date BUT on that THAT DAY!
 

Tom Bayeye

Village Sponsor
#6
from the year 66-70CE Simon bar Giora, Jewish Essenes scholar, to september 2015 John Hagee and Mark Biltz dimwits, there have been 164 predictions.,then there's Jeane Dixon with 2020 ,who also said 1963 would be the end but nah,not forgeting our dear brothers Rashad Khalifa with 2280 and 2129 with Said Nursî,another doomsdayer John A. Leslie who claims that, the last humans will be born within the next 9120 years, and the world will end on the year 11120 .

Scientists didn't want to be left behind the doomsday bandwagon either,there's Peter Tuthill with the year 300,000 ,and my favourite......,variuos scientist have predicted that the earth will cease its threshold in the year...........10 duotrigintillion yaaaani 10 with 192 zeros ,i sh1t you not,the universe will diminish to a state of no thermodynamic free energy and therefore will no longer sustain directed motion or life i.e the kangwatera we call sun itaisha ngataa

there are other countless doomsdayers out there ,I say the world will persist ,its other living things that will expire and new ones will evolve with their version of doomsday.Remember the dinosaurs? they were wiped out by a single rock,so they say
 
#9
Similar story: In 1843 a man named William Miller had done his math and concluded that Christ would return that year. Of course Christ did not show up... So he and what was left of his followers whipped out their calculators once more and this time predicted that Christ would return on October 22, 1844 - The Day of Atonment. On that day he convinced some 50 000 followers to wait for the return of Christ. Well, Christ was MIA once more (an event known as The Great Disappointment) and most of the believers left the movement to return to their former churches. Some stayed, still waiting for The Second Coming.

Those who stayed formed what is today known as The Seventh Day Adventists. So it wasn't in vain after all.
and later broke away to form Jehovah Witness
 

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