End of the world

The End Of The World (Again)

September 6, 2018



September 7, 2018

The world didn’t end yesterday.


Birth of ‘first red heifer in 2000 years’ fulfills Bible prophecy and signals ‘end of days’

The Temple Institute announced the birth of the red heifer in Israel on their YouTube channel and said the calf underwent ‘extensive examination by rabbinical experts’

You can’t get anymore scientific than that, right?




The birth and sacrifice of the red cow is said to precede the construction of the Third Temple in Jerusalem.

In mainstream Orthodox Judaism, the rebuilding of the Temple will happen before the coming of the Jewish Messiah.

The two previous temples have been destroyed.

However, The Temple Institute and other organisations have been established with the goal of building the Third Temple on Mount Moriah or the Temple Mount.

But some theologians believe the construction of the Third Temple is linked to ‘Judgement Day’ or the ‘end of times’.


These are adult human beings discussing this seriously. Welcome back to the Bronze Age.


In case you missed it last time, the end of the world is coming back ‘in a few days’

July 23. 2018


Super blood moon APOCALYPSE: Bible prophecy predicts End of World just ‘DAYS away’

BIBLICAL prophecy suggests the end of days is due this month as the Earth is set to witness a rare blood moon – doomsday preachers have claimed.

Preachers believe passages from the books of Acts and Revelation suggest the blood moon will accompany an ever-approaching end of days.
The 21st century’s longest lunar eclipse will last almost two hours on July 27 and the moon will have a spectacular red tinge.
While stargazers enjoy the dazzling phenomenon, doomsdayers will be preparing for armageddon.
The theory was originally made famous by Christian ministers John Hagee and Mark Biltz who said the ongoing “tetrad” – four consecutive lunar eclipses which began in April 2014 with six full moons in between – is the indicator of the end of earth as described in the Bible in Acts 2:20 and Revelation 6:12.
However the tetrad ended in September 2014 and we’re all still here.
The end-of-days preachers insist some sort of tragic event is set to hit earth and possibly wipe it out.
The theory has been picked up by similar thinkers and the prophecy resurfaces weeks before every blood moon.
The “blood moon” theory is interpreted from the Book of Joel, which says: “The sun will turn into darkness, and the moon into blood, before the great and terrible day of the Lord comes.”
A similar passage in the Book of Revelations reads: “And I beheld when he had opened the sixth seal, and, lo, there was a great earthquake; and the sun became black as sackcloth of hair, and the moon became as blood.”
But it has been routinely dismissed by astronomers and other experts as a myth.
Scientists say the red tinge is due to Rayleigh scattering of sunlight through the Earth’s atmosphere.
The people who predicted the APOCALYPSE
Many people have prophesied the end of the world. So far, none of them have been right. Could we be ignoring someone who can can genuinely forsee the coming apocalypse?
1997 Mar 26: Heavens Gate Cult. Cult members committed suicide believing they’ be escaping the end of the world
September 23: Solar eclipse and Virgo birth some Christians  say the alignment of these two events could signal the apocalypse 1999 July: Nostradamus A prediction attributed to Nostradamus stating the “King of Terror” would come from the sky in “1999 and seven months” led to fears of the end 1991: Nation of Islam The leader of the Nation of Islam, Louis Farrakhan, declared that the Gulf War would be the “War of Armageddon which is the final war. 2000 January 1: Many predicted that the Millenium Bug could wipe out the planet 2012 December 21: The supposed Mayan apocalypse at the end of the 13th b’ak’tun 1967: The founder of the People’s Temple stated he had visions that a nuclear holocaust was to take place in 1967. This led to the infamous Jonestown Massacre mass suicide. It also causes the reddening of the sun at sunset.
Even though the myth has been debunked, YouTube is littered with videos from doomsdayers predicting the end of the world in just a few days time.
Endtime Ministries’ Irvin Baxter, who has made a number of failed predictions since the mid-1980s, is among those who point to passages in the Book of Joel.
He has said: “The Bible teaches that end event is coming just ahead of us now and that will be the greatest prophetic fulfilment in the last 2,000 years.”
The total lunar eclipse – when the moon passes behind Earth and into its shadow – will last one hour and 43 minutes over July 27 and 28.


Even though the date has not yet arrived we’re going to go ahead and call it. The world didn’t end as predicted here and those of you who did believe it was going to are gullible idiots. Think about it – the same people who predicted the end of the world the last 350 times (and were wrong every time) predicted this one. Are you starting to see a trend? 


Here is a hint for making predictions about the end of the world – make it far enough in the future that you don’t get your dick in a wringer during your lifetime. Make it, say, 200 years in the future.




It didn’t happen.

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