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Sammy
24th September 2017, 15:17
The fact just slapped me right upside the face. I was certain this time it would all be over and that I would be swimming in a less dense form of alter-self with all good souls when I "woke up" this morning...

alas - like the movie Groundhog Day, though I didn't wake up to the same day, I woke up to this same silly world again. Oh well... guess I should get used to it.

Orph
24th September 2017, 15:41
But wait. Wait. Don't give up yet. It was all just a miscalculation. I didn't take into account the Gregorian calendar phase-out of every third leap year that has two blue moons in a single year. And if I deduct the Mayan calendar of bak-tun with a full eclipse of Scorpio in the house of the rising sun, well, you can clearly see that I was off by two months, three rainy days and a quarter ounce of vegetable sauce. So what that means is that the world will end on the 47th of October.

And for just $5000 you can join me at the top of Mount Crapalot as we celebrate our new awakening.

:blink:

Cidersomerset
24th September 2017, 16:32
A Brief History of Failed End Time Predictions

By Andrew Cheetham on 24 September 2017 GMT Mysteries


http://www.wakingtimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/WT-Logo-Full-Width-High-Rez.jpg

https://admin62b4b.davidicke.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/Niburu-1.jpg


‘What can we expect the day after the ‘end of the world’? According to wiki, there have been
183 end of the world predictions that have failed. Many of these were prophesied by religious
zealots through fear propaganda.

Here are just a few of them:

In 1284, Pope Innocent III (d. 1216) predicted that the world would end 666 years after the rise
of Islam. (do you see how long the divide and conquer principle has been going on?)

In 1658, Christopher Columbus claimed that the world was created in 5343 BCE, and would last
7000 years. Assuming no year zero, that means the end would come in 1658.

Mathematician Jacob Bernoulli predicted a comet would destroy the earth on April 5, 1719.

The newly formed Seventh Day Adventists, a group founded by former Millerites, predicted the
Second Coming would be in 1874.’

Read more: A Brief History of Failed End Time Predictions
http://www.wakingtimes.com/2017/09/22/brief-history-failed-end-time-predictions/

neutronstar
24th September 2017, 16:46
In 1658, Christopher Columbus claimed that the world was created in 5343 BCE, and would last
7000 years. Assuming no year zero, that means the end would come in 1658.


He discovered America in 1492. He must have discovered the fountain of youth as well.

mojo
24th September 2017, 17:07
Hi Sammy,
There will always be prognosticators but what I watched about that date was related to an astronomy arrangement that was very unique and was not predicting any end but it was referring to the event being a sign. So the question is what is a sign made for? Possibly predicating a direction or special event happening ahead. That was it basically ...cheers

Cidersomerset
24th September 2017, 17:13
He discovered America in 1492. He must have discovered the fountain of youth as well.

Christopher Columbus claimed that the world was created in
5343 BC, and would last 7000 years (i.e.,until 1658).

https://medium.com/@jonogden/no-really-the-worlds-not-getting-worse-and-it-s-not-about-to-end-50a95393d692

A typo .....Though I do love how Columbus , Cook and all the others discovered all
these countries and civilisations that had been flourishing for thousands of years
before our ancestors brought 'civilisation' to their shores....
https://haroldgibbons.files.wordpress.com/2012/10/sold_fullsize.jpg

Builder
24th September 2017, 18:05
https://i.pinimg.com/736x/cc/0c/4d/cc0c4de379045798044e52a5e722fd3d.jpg

Tarazeda
24th September 2017, 18:52
Yes it didn't end again, what a disappointment.

However I have the feeling that many things have changed in the last couple of months, things kind of less significant on a global level but important on a personal internal level. The consciousnesses have shifted one more time and I don't mean it in the new age sense, we are not getting less dense bodies here in earth.
According to my observation more and more people are turning to the alternative and realising that the mainstream flow is not relevant anymore or at least cannot be trusted. The speed with which this is happening is accelerating in my opinion and looking back at 2000 and now we are all a lot more aware and awake, Not all of the humanity but still our numbers are growing. .
I think all these stellar events that fear mongers twisted to spread insecurity and uncertainty,in order to gain personal profit, mark peaks in the upliftment of human consciousness.

Mike
24th September 2017, 19:09
Hi guys,

These people exploiting these end of world scenarios realize that they can get away with it 2 or 3 times before people finally get jaded. They can stretch it out and get attention and maybe even money over a period of years before the game is finally up. The credulous believers are just as responsible as the plastic prophets.

Sincerely,
David Wilcock

ghostrider
24th September 2017, 19:29
The Eath will exist at least until the year 3999...That's the year the plejaren (the watchers) will have completed their mission to bring humanity back to the laws and recommendations of creation , for it was their forefathers who brought religion to earth ... King Arus, Jehovah, his son Jehav, Karamangol, etc were all a rouge element of their race, a split lineage ...

uzn
24th September 2017, 21:40
When all the soon-porn does not touch you anymore, then your brain will be fully prediction proof ;)
Funny thing is that humans for at least the last thousands of years have always believed that the end is close, really really close.

zen deik
24th September 2017, 22:19
Free day today..... Had no plans...😆

East Sun
24th September 2017, 22:47
It is ludicrous for anyone to imagine that they can predict that the world will end especially at a given time.
Even if they studied every sacred scripture in our existence it is still absurd.

Why would any believe them?

I'm so disappointed with the human race for being so gullible even still today with all the info. available
to us.
I feel like screaming at us/them to wake up.
wake to f*uck up.

Wind
24th September 2017, 22:49
The world begins again every time with each new day...

Yuki
24th September 2017, 23:05
I spoke to my friend the day before. He is a military contractor, of an elite Ashkenazi bloodline. His response was "there's war and will be war, and the earth changes have happened before and will continue to happen."

So, sorry, no easy way out... lol

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However. I felt the energies were slightly different yesterday, due to the alignment! People, especially women, were being emotional.

Sammy
25th September 2017, 00:37
Glad I didn't ask this guy what teams to bet on today...

https://www.thesun.co.uk/tech/4474635/end-of-the-world-september-23-planet-x-nibiru-david-meade-armageddon/

http://www.foxnews.com/science/2017/09/22/doomsday-is-not-on-saturday-after-all-writer-says-after-predicting-end-world.html


The significant number is 33, according to Meade.

“Jesus lived for 33 years. The name Elohim, which is the name of God for the Jews, was mentioned 33 times [in the Bible],” he said. “It’s a very biblically significant, numerologically significant number. I’m talking astronomy. I’m talking the Bible...and merging the two.”

Sept. 23 is also 33 days since the Aug. 21 solar eclipse.

I really think the "extra-dimensional illuminati" is extremely active of late -

http://projectavalon.net/forum4/showthread.php?99838-Bill-Murray-s-Career-as-Masonic-Symbol&p=1181669#post1181669

sunwings
25th September 2017, 07:16
The end of the world is coming....

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Sammy
25th September 2017, 23:40
Doomsday Rescheduled: ‘Researcher’ Moves End Of The World To October

Yep - again... read here (http://philadelphia.cbslocal.com/2017/09/25/doomsday-october-bible/)



CBS Local — After Sept. 23 came and went without a rogue planet crashing into the Earth, some might think Christian numerologist David Meade would be out of the doomsday prediction business. But, lo and behold, the self-proclaimed “researcher” now says the end of the world is still on, it’s just been moved to October.

Meade predicted that a rogue planet named Nibiru would slam into the Earth on Sept. 23 and bring about a global apocalypse. NASA had publicly debunked the “Planet X” conspiracy theory in 2012, but it didn’t stop the self-published author from writing and speaking about the doomsday prediction.

Now that the fateful Saturday has passed, Meade has reportedly revised his schedule for the planet’s last day. The controversial doomsayer claims his Sept. 23 prediction was misinterpreted and that the world will actually end at some point starting in October. Meade now believes the new date will begin a seven-year period of world-ending events.

“That’s when the action starts. Hold on and watch—wait until the middle of October and I don’t believe you’ll be disappointed,” he wrote on his website. The former student of astronomy at the University of Louisville says his predictions come from deciphering codes in the Bible as well as other ancient markers like the Great Pyramids.

Time will tell if Meade’s new ominous prediction for around Oct. 21 gets watered down like he did with his last one. The conspiracy theorist admitted days before his Sept. 23 claim that people would probably still wake up on Sept. 24.

“The world is not ending, but the world as we know it is ending. A major part of the world will not be the same the beginning of October,” Meade confessed to the Washington Post.

Tangri
25th September 2017, 23:52
In 1658, Christopher Columbus claimed that the world was created in 5343 BCE, and would last
7000 years. Assuming no year zero, that means the end would come in 1658.


He discovered America in 1492. He must have discovered the fountain of youth as well.

:bigsmile: You made me smile.

Mike
26th September 2017, 02:01
If another planet smashes into this planet, another 7 years of world ending events won't be required. There won't be a world to experience those world ending events in!

"..wait till the end of October and you won't be disappointed..."
"disappointed":). This is the quote that really tickled me. I'm imagining a conversation between a couple of the lunatics that believe in what this guy is saying:

Man #1: there it is! I can see it! It's coming right for us! Planet x! The earth is going to be destroyed!
Man #2: yes! I see it too! David Meade was right! Man I woulda been so disappointed if he got it wrong this time..."
Man #1: yeah me too...

Wind
26th September 2017, 15:19
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shaberon
26th September 2017, 23:11
We received four (4) pages stapled together as a pamphlet. It was nicely inserted under a windshield wiper on the car. And apparently had been so inserted ad nauseam across hundreds, if not more, parked cars.

Apparently, it was the rapture.

I can still retrieve the research that proves this, although, as far as I can tell, everything remains unaffected.

uzn
27th September 2017, 08:32
Your Guide th the End of the World

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eWnJs4QWYHM

Universoul
27th September 2017, 21:43
Yep another prediction... and a funny thread. It's what we should be meeting this nonsense with. I hope this is the right thread to post my critical thoughts on the topic. I see people (in the everyday world) get suckered into these negative traps while they still deny any greater or metaphysical nature to reality.

From what I can tell a lot of these predictions hijack metaphysical happenings/alignments. I think some of those people get unconsciously taken over by their fears. Some know what they're doing is BS and do so for money. Some seriously believe in the negative predictions and get taken over by parasitic entities. The predictions could be used for energy theft, negative forces using human minds to churn fear like a virus uses a computer.

I think we live in a world where many people give too much power to the negative, and are resistant to realize how much could be done if that energy were put into positive paths. Not in new agey ways. Sometimes it's the small changes we make in our lives that are the most powerful. Although the more along we are with our self work the better effect we tend to have on the world around us.

The alignments and whatever the predictions are based on might simply be subtle energy movements. There could be a lot of subtle movements of energy that happen every day but that our ego minds are blind to.

I think the ego is like a machine that is concerned with control. It either wants to control everything (which would drive many mad if they were to suddenly awaken-notice the miasma of energies they don't control), or be controlled and even give itself to self destructive fantasies if it believes there's a greater external authority. Ego (at its most asleep) tends to be a schizoid mess of an inferiority complex and a dominance complex. It's externally focused - project the control on to others or be controlled by others/external forces.

The mechanisms of the ego tend to take over and show through when people deal with grand negative predictions. Whenever there's negative hype in the news it's probably a good time to go within with a sober focus on awareness. The media often tries to spin neutral or positive alignments/energies in negative ways and they often succeed with many people. Which is too bad because we all could be doing so much better than that (including those in the media).

The sleeping ego tends to be blind though and tries to make everything flat and literal, rather than explore the subtle and nuanced (reality as a paradox not a contradiction). There's not much more externally controlling than an event that can destroy the planet.

We could see these predictions as tests of our own awareness and centeredness. Some of the predictions can seem quite real. What's more real though? The thou that thou are, a living light in the infinite miasma of creation, or fear and negative thinking?

A lot of these alignments probably have significance but not in a crude and literal way that the ego seeks. I think there's an energy behind them that can be interesting and beautiful in itself, to just learn to read those energies and appreciate the vastness of creation. In my humble opinion not every event is meant to have a literal macroscopic effect or be something that we wield to change the whole world. Sometimes it's just creation in motion and the biggest thing we can "do" is witness it and appreciate its wonder.

Merry Mom
2nd October 2017, 13:06
Yes it didn't end again, what a disappointment.

However I have the feeling that many things have changed in the last couple of months, things kind of less significant on a global level but important on a personal internal level. The consciousnesses have shifted one more time and I don't mean it in the new age sense, we are not getting less dense bodies here in earth.
According to my observation more and more people are turning to the alternative and realising that the mainstream flow is not relevant anymore or at least cannot be trusted. The speed with which this is happening is accelerating in my opinion and looking back at 2000 and now we are all a lot more aware and awake, Not all of the humanity but still our numbers are growing. .
I think all these stellar events that fear mongers twisted to spread insecurity and uncertainty,in order to gain personal profit, mark peaks in the upliftment of human consciousness.

I agree with this. Yesterday on a reality star's Twitter rant against Trump, there were replies talking about George Soros, etc. These are seriously mainstream people, making comments that five years ago would only have been found on an Alex Jones' forum. People are starting to think outside the box, which is an important first step, although it's a bit messy to watch. :Party:

noxon medem
3rd October 2017, 01:10
- we can pretend, but nobody knows ( for certain )

Only G.d knows, or maybe even he do not want to ....

Be the guardian and leader of your own life, person and more ...

:- )