BS Conspiracies: Not A Prophecy! & Which Blood Moon? Jan 24, 2019 8:33:42 GMT RiP, IMDb likes this
Post by MCDemuth on Jan 24, 2019 8:33:42 GMT
Eclipse 2019: 'Super blood wolf moon' conspiracy theorists say world could END
UPDATED 11:51, 21 JAN 2019
During an online sermon, the preacher said: “Obviously these apocalyptic signs in the heavens are pointing to a catastrophic event that is just on the horizon.
‘We don’t know when – just because you’re going to have a Super Blood Moon on January 20 and January 21, doesn’t mean on January 22 all hell’s going to break loose.
“But then again it doesn’t mean it won’t, ok, so there’s these signs that are starting to be revealed.
“And so, the urgency folks is now. Right now, ok? The urgency has begun.
If your are going to suggest that every possible outcome can happen, right now, then it's not a prophecy...
Now, stop wasting our time, shut the fuck up, and go away...
John Hagee and Mark Biltz first introduced the 'Blood Moon Prophecy' in 2014, claiming that the ongoing 'tetrad' - four consecutive lunary eclipses, indicates the end of Earth as described in the Bible in Acts 2:20 and Revelation 6:12.
The first eclipse in the prophesied tetrad took place on April 15, 2014, and was followed by Blood Moons on October 8, 2014, April 4, 2015 and September 28, 2015.
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So... the "Blood Moon" we just had... Wasn't that like Number 11?... Since you started counting?
And there was only supposed to be... FOUR?... Before the end of the world...
Please, just stop with this damn gloom and doom shit, until you get your facts straight, and you can scientifically prove that the last Blood Moon, we will ever see, was on "January 21, 2019"...
And yet, Somehow, I bet you can't, can you?
Because, there is probably another one coming within the next year!... And a couple more next year... and so on...
Ugh. Enough Already!
At least the Mayan Calendar actually did come to an end in 2012... But, What doomsday believers failed to realize was... That it just started all over again!
Just like many of my school teachers required me to do...
It time for the Doomsday Believers to do that same...
"I want you to show me your Work/Calculations !"
Because, I am getting tired of hearing people just randomly saying: "The world is going to end this weekend!", when there is not even a shred of evidence to suggest that there might be a slim chance in hell of it coming true...