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Perilous Premonitions 2022-2023


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1 hour ago, XenoFish said:

I give it 12 months before everything goes straight to hell. 

It hasn't yet?

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On 8/18/2023 at 5:50 PM, Desertrat56 said:

It hasn't yet?

According to scripture, the period of time referred to as the "time of the end" or "last days" will be marked by chaos that is ever-increasing, ever more painful, just like a woman's birth pains.  The frequency and magnitude will continuously increase.  I think we'll look back at this current time fondly in comparison to how things are in a matter of months.  Seriously, is there now anything that you'd hear on the news that would truly shock you, concerning our government's actions or the actions of the SJW crowd?

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I’m curious, why do you believe JC compared the time of the end of a future civilization to that of the Days of Noah? 

Is there a key element or reason, or simply a basket of them?

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On 8/11/2023 at 12:44 PM, Alchopwn said:

No sign of that happening.  The US economy is bouncing back well.  China is looking pretty dead tho. Thanks Dark Brandon.

The US has printed more money in the last twenty years then it has since it’s founding. The dollar has been on life support since 08. Burying us in debt is to make sure once that death is announced there will be no turning back. The path we are on is unsustainable. And it’s showing no sign of slowing down. 
 

Top that all with several central banks, financial institutions, and even major US banks like Bank of America, Wells Fargo, money gram. NTM companies like Amazon all moving forward with digital currencies, you have to live under a rock to say there is no signs of this. 

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On 8/18/2023 at 10:48 PM, XenoFish said:

I give it 12 months before everything goes straight to hell. 

We finally agree with something.

Yeah, the feeling I get right now is something big is coming in global affairs.

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5 hours ago, Electric Scooter said:

We finally agree with something.

Yeah, the feeling I get right now is something big is coming in global affairs.

I change my mind 14 months.

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7 hours ago, Electric Scooter said:

We finally agree with something.

Yeah, the feeling I get right now is something big is coming in global affairs.

A coronal plague, named for a part of the sun, seen only during a total solar eclipse; announced in advance, which killed over a million Americans, then dethroned a corrupt President of the United States, wasn’t big enough for you?

Granted, it is said that 9 plagues did not get Pharaoh’s attention, but after the death of his first born son, he was so moved to let his Jewish captives go.

Now, as a soldier in the Kingdom Come; I request, of the special Master and sacred Lord of the Earth, “The end of the revived Nephilim State,” beginning with Texas. Then Arkansas and Missouri. Make these wastelands of tragic devastation, with destruction from the sky, such that no man can rescue their people, save the repentant who flee their boundaries.

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1 hour ago, Raptor Witness said:

Now, as a soldier in the Kingdom Come; I request, of the special Master and sacred Lord of the Earth, “The end of the revived Nephilim State,” beginning with Texas. Then Arkansas and Missouri. Make these wastelands of tragic devastation, with destruction from the sky, such that no man can rescue their people, save the repentant who flee their boundaries.

So you wish death upon people. You are a sick individual. 

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On 9/1/2023 at 10:36 PM, and-then said:

According to scripture, the period of time referred to as the "time of the end" or "last days" will be marked by chaos that is ever-increasing, ever more painful, just like a woman's birth pains.  The frequency and magnitude will continuously increase.  I think we'll look back at this current time fondly in comparison to how things are in a matter of months.  Seriously, is there now anything that you'd hear on the news that would truly shock you, concerning our government's actions or the actions of the SJW crowd?

Jesus said they would happen in the disciples lifetimes and they've been moving the goalposts ever since. 

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15 hours ago, Piney said:

Jesus said they would happen in the disciples lifetimes and they've been moving the goalposts ever since. 

They probably did happen many times for many people, predictions like this are personal, not global, if they are even real.  Some people just like attention.

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On 9/14/2023 at 7:10 PM, Piney said:

Jesus said they would happen in the disciples lifetimes and they've been moving the goalposts ever since. 

The End, or climax of human civilization is very different than the Second Coming of Jesus Christ, per se. Hard times for humanity have been abundant, including natural disasters of many kinds, so the hope of an end are understandable. Even the Disciples of Jesus didn't understand what He meant about a lot of what He tried to explain to them, including His own death! They weren't ready to grasp what would happen on earth, just as the prophet Daniel, or the person who wrote Daniel didn't grasp the revelations given to this person.

Faith is not blind to the truth; it's an argument in favor of something, just like a weather forecast. We must be honest; there are what appear to be contradictions in Holy Scripture. For example, the Prince of Peace reportedly said, "I have not come to bring peace, but a sword." So how do we reconcile the paradox?  We first give the humans who wrote the text, a break for being human. Inspired or not, they made mistakes, or misinterpreted things. It's bound to happen when humans are involved. Does it mean that the overview is wrong? You can argue this, but you're human also, so what's the point? Is the big picture a lie, also?  If a man is color blind, can he see that the sky is blue?

I think Jesus is the ultimate peacemaker on earth, but He will fight Satan for control, is what He meant. That's as fair a way of looking at the text, as ignoring the underlying truth, and claiming the entire concept is a fraud. 

Those who say we aren't running out of time haven't counted the number of nuclear weapons on earth. That's a very different kind of suicidal goal that I hope Someone can stop.

 

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5 hours ago, Raptor Witness said:

The End, or climax of human civilization is very different than the Second Coming of Jesus Christ, per se. Hard times for humanity have been abundant, including natural disasters of many kinds, so the hope of an end are understandable. Even the Disciples of Jesus didn't understand what He meant about a lot of what He tried to explain to them, including His own death! They weren't ready to grasp what would happen on earth, just as the prophet Daniel, or the person who wrote Daniel didn't grasp the revelations given to this person.

Faith is not blind to the truth; it's an argument in favor of something, just like a weather forecast. We must be honest; there are what appear to be contradictions in Holy Scripture. For example, the Prince of Peace reportedly said, "I have not come to bring peace, but a sword." So how do we reconcile the paradox?  We first give the humans who wrote the text, a break for being human. Inspired or not, they made mistakes, or misinterpreted things. It's bound to happen when humans are involved. Does it mean that the overview is wrong? You can argue this, but you're human also, so what's the point? Is the big picture a lie, also?  If a man is color blind, can he see that the sky is blue?

I think Jesus is the ultimate peacemaker on earth, but He will fight Satan for control, is what He meant. That's as fair a way of looking at the text, as ignoring the underlying truth, and claiming the entire concept is a fraud. 

Those who say we aren't running out of time haven't counted the number of nuclear weapons on earth. That's a very different kind of suicidal goal that I hope Someone can stop.

 

Well,  historic Jesus from that era was a failed doomsday prophet who was killed with a rock and the Book of Mark was pious fraud.

As for nukes. Meh, it is what it is and nobody supernatural will stop it. 

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6 hours ago, Piney said:

….As for nukes. Meh, it is what it is and nobody supernatural will stop it. 

Humanism has no plan, other than suicide, so you’ve already admitted to being the underdog and the under achiever, in terms of a solution. Don’t ask me to follow you to your hell, I’ve got a better idea than simple self loathing.

It’s called “rebirth,” which seems like a good idea right now, for U.S., and the planet.

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20 minutes ago, Raptor Witness said:

Humanism has no plan, other than suicide, so you’ve already admitted to being the underdog and the under achiever, in terms of a solution. Don’t ask me to follow you to your hell, I’ve got a better idea than simple self loathing.

It’s called “rebirth,” which seems like a good idea right now, for U.S., and the planet.

Who said I self loath? How am I a underachiever as a decorated first responder and sucessful businessman? I just don't sweat what I can't change, and what have you done to improve the World compared to the humanitarian aid working Hicksite Quakers, who are secular humanists. Name one volunteer activity. 

Personally I wouldn't ask you to follow me anywhere.....

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30 minutes ago, Piney said:

Who said I self loath? How am I a underachiever as a decorated first responder and sucessful businessman? I just don't sweat what I can't change, and what have you done to improve the World compared to the humanitarian aid working Hicksite Quakers, who are secular humanists. Name one volunteer activity. 

Personally I wouldn't ask you to follow me anywhere.....

He seems to have been referring to himself with that description.   

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45 minutes ago, Desertrat56 said:

He seems to have been referring to himself with that description.   

I know. Projectile vomit. Like what comes out of every other anonymous preacher and prophet here.

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3 hours ago, Raptor Witness said:

Humanism has no plan, other than suicide, so you’ve already admitted to being the underdog and the under achiever, in terms of a solution. Don’t ask me to follow you to your hell, I’ve got a better idea than simple self loathing.

Rather hateful thing to say to people. With humanism focusing on potential value and goodness of humans. Focusing on human needs and seeks rational solutions to humanities problems. I don't see that indicating any desire for suicide...

Can you actually explain why that is an underdog and underachiever stance?

How is that an invitation to hell?

Why do you associate it with self-loathing? 

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13 hours ago, Piney said:

.... Name one volunteer activity. 

Well, for one thing, I warned you ahead of time, about Donald Trump, which I'm certainly not being paid for. I said he was a "liar," and that he would be "destroyed," and not by "human hands."  I would later go on to tell you what the agent of his destruction, and ours, would be. Namely, a "sickness" or "vomitu," that would come in "parallel lines," or waves, "like a tsunami." This was in October of 2019. In fact, unknown to anyone in the U.S. at that time, there was a pandemic, just over the horizon, which has killed far more Americans than you've ever "saved."  

I even gave the symptoms of the plague, including the part of the body that would be affected, "to her breastplate." I also said that it would be connected to the solar corona, and drew artwork suggestive of this, beginning years before.

Jesus said that a prophet has no honor in his own country, and He was correct. He knew, because He lived with the exact same problem of denial, of Sovereign authority and power.

We're at The End, and it's not because I say so. It's because He warned U.S. of the "false miracle of fire from heaven," performed in "full view of men." Those are technological signposts, which just happened to appear about the same time and place on earth. Nuclear weapons, and the mass production of the television. It's proof that we would become a danger to ourselves, and that would require an outside intervention.

Where else in Holy Scripture does it warn "those who destroy the earth," of their own destruction? In the Old Testament, we are essentially ordered to dominate the earth. However, to dominate is different than destroying Creation. We have no right to do this, and those who have threatened this action, will be destroyed.

You don't need to follow me, just don't ignore the One who warned you, two thousand years ago. He isn't coming back to pretend to be the Master of the Earth. He's coming back to take back, what is His possession. If this is above your pay grade, I get it, but I'm not being paid for pointing to some facts that I hope can be avoided, without a fight for our survival.

Sadly, I think there will be a fight, because it's logical, and we're caught in the middle, as part of His possession. 

The good news is, some of U.S. may be protected from this fight. At least I hope so, for your sake, also.

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3 hours ago, Raptor Witness said:

Well, for one thing, I warned you ahead of time, about Donald Trump, which I'm certainly not being paid for. I said he was a "liar," and that he would be "destroyed," and not by "human hands."  I would later go on to tell you what the agent of his destruction, and ours, would be. Namely, a "sickness" or "vomitu," that would come in "parallel lines," or waves, "like a tsunami." This was in October of 2019. In fact, unknown to anyone in the U.S. at that time, there was a pandemic, just over the horizon, which has killed far more Americans than you've ever "saved."  

I even gave the symptoms of the plague, including the part of the body that would be affected, "to her breastplate." I also said that it would be connected to the solar corona, and drew artwork suggestive of this, beginning years before.

Jesus said that a prophet has no honor in his own country, and He was correct. He knew, because He lived with the exact same problem of denial, of Sovereign authority and power.

We're at The End, and it's not because I say so. It's because He warned U.S. of the "false miracle of fire from heaven," performed in "full view of men." Those are technological signposts, which just happened to appear about the same time and place on earth. Nuclear weapons, and the mass production of the television. It's proof that we would become a danger to ourselves, and that would require an outside intervention.

Where else in Holy Scripture does it warn "those who destroy the earth," of their own destruction? In the Old Testament, we are essentially ordered to dominate the earth. However, to dominate is different than destroying Creation. We have no right to do this, and those who have threatened this action, will be destroyed.

You don't need to follow me, just don't ignore the One who warned you, two thousand years ago. He isn't coming back to pretend to be the Master of the Earth. He's coming back to take back, what is His possession. If this is above your pay grade, I get it, but I'm not being paid for pointing to some facts that I hope can be avoided, without a fight for our survival.

Sadly, I think there will be a fight, because it's logical, and we're caught in the middle, as part of His possession. 

The good news is, some of U.S. may be protected from this fight. At least I hope so, for your sake, also.

Ok.....

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6 hours ago, Raptor Witness said:

Well, for one thing, I warned you ahead of time, about Donald Trump, which I'm certainly not being paid for. I said he was a "liar," and that he would be "destroyed," and not by "human hands."  I would later go on to tell you what the agent of his destruction, and ours, would be. Namely, a "sickness" or "vomitu," that would come in "parallel lines," or waves, "like a tsunami." This was in October of 2019. In fact, unknown to anyone in the U.S. at that time, there was a pandemic, just over the horizon, which has killed far more Americans than you've ever "saved."  

I even gave the symptoms of the plague, including the part of the body that would be affected, "to her breastplate." I also said that it would be connected to the solar corona, and drew artwork suggestive of this, beginning years before.

Jesus said that a prophet has no honor in his own country, and He was correct. He knew, because He lived with the exact same problem of denial, of Sovereign authority and power.

We're at The End, and it's not because I say so. It's because He warned U.S. of the "false miracle of fire from heaven," performed in "full view of men." Those are technological signposts, which just happened to appear about the same time and place on earth. Nuclear weapons, and the mass production of the television. It's proof that we would become a danger to ourselves, and that would require an outside intervention.

Where else in Holy Scripture does it warn "those who destroy the earth," of their own destruction? In the Old Testament, we are essentially ordered to dominate the earth. However, to dominate is different than destroying Creation. We have no right to do this, and those who have threatened this action, will be destroyed.

You don't need to follow me, just don't ignore the One who warned you, two thousand years ago. He isn't coming back to pretend to be the Master of the Earth. He's coming back to take back, what is His possession. If this is above your pay grade, I get it, but I'm not being paid for pointing to some facts that I hope can be avoided, without a fight for our survival.

Sadly, I think there will be a fight, because it's logical, and we're caught in the middle, as part of His possession. 

The good news is, some of U.S. may be protected from this fight. At least I hope so, for your sake, also.

All I'm looking at is delusions of grandeur. Pretty much everything you write has just enough vagueness to allow the closest "correct" event to fit. 

I could predict that a telephone pole will fall over, roll down a road, and block an intersection. There is a very high probability that such a thing could occur. However due to how I neatly avoided any specific details, any event fits.

What annoys me about you is how you seem to hate South Carolina. You've made a bit of doom and gloom predictions that went nowhere. 

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On 9/14/2023 at 7:10 PM, Piney said:

Jesus said they would happen in the disciples lifetimes and they've been moving the goalposts ever since. 

I think Jesus has more disciples than those who followed him when he walked the earth. I just thought I'd throw in something that can muddy the waters even more.

IF reincarnation is a thing (and I think it is, and Jesus indicated that John the Baptist was the reincarnation of Elijah the prophet), then why wouldn't it be possible for a previous incarnated individual to then return and maybe accomplish some further works and possibly help others understand what was happening?

In John 10:9 Jesus said, “I am the door: by me if any man enter in, he shall be saved, and shall go in and out, and find pasture.” This sounds as though someone could be able to return to this world if needed to continue their progress or even help facilitate the progress of others.

In Revelation chapter 22 It states:

8 And I John saw these things, and heard them. And when I had heard and seen, I fell down to worship before the feet of the angel which shewed me these things.

9 Then saith he unto me, See thou do it not: for I am thy fellowservant, and of thy brethren the prophets, and of them which keep the sayings of this book: worship God.

Here, the "angel" flat out states that he was previously a human being and was a prophet in his previous life (or one of his previous lives).

There are other instances I could point out but I think Christians have missed out on one of the major factors that could explain so much on how life in this world is actually a schooling (or re-schooling) on what does and doesn't work with respect to the spiritual progression of the individual.

According to what I read in the Bible, it's not beyond consideration that someone could return to continue improving themselves and help others find their way. I like the idea that once someone has entered into the Kingdom of Heaven, then there is no chance they will ever be lost again since Christ said in the same chapter 10 in which he mentioned going "in and out":

27 My sheep hear my voice, and I know them, and they follow me:

28 And I give unto them eternal life; and they shall never perish, neither shall any man pluck them out of my hand.

29 My Father, which gave them me, is greater than all; and no man is able to pluck them out of my Father's hand.

30 I and my Father are one.

Just thought I'd throw in some more considerations.

Edit to add: FYI the verses are also links to the source that I think is a convenient way of finding KJB quotes (it's also a red-letter edition). If anyone is interested.

Regards,

Sojo

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4 minutes ago, Sojo said:

I think Jesus has more disciples than those who followed him when he walked the earth. I just thought I'd throw in something that can muddy the waters even more.

IF reincarnation is a thing (and I think it is, and Jesus indicated that John the Baptist was the reincarnation of Elijah the prophet), then why wouldn't it be possible for a previous incarnated individual to then return and maybe accomplish some further works and possibly help others understand what was happening?

In John 10:9 Jesus said, “I am the door: by me if any man enter in, he shall be saved, and shall go in and out, and find pasture.” This sounds as though someone could be able to return to this world if needed to continue their progress or even help facilitate the progress of others.

In Revelation chapter 22 It states:

8 And I John saw these things, and heard them. And when I had heard and seen, I fell down to worship before the feet of the angel which shewed me these things.

9 Then saith he unto me, See thou do it not: for I am thy fellowservant, and of thy brethren the prophets, and of them which keep the sayings of this book: worship God.

Here, the "angel" flat out states that he was previously a human being and was a prophet in his previous life (or one of his previous lives).

There are other instances I could point out but I think Christians have missed out on one of the major factors that could explain so much on how life in this world is actually a schooling (or re-schooling) on what does and doesn't work with respect to the spiritual progression of the individual.

According to what I read in the Bible, it's not beyond consideration that someone could return to continue improving themselves and help others find their way. I like the idea that once someone has entered into the Kingdom of Heaven, then there is no chance they will ever be lost again since Christ said in the same chapter 10 in which he mentioned going "in and out":

27 My sheep hear my voice, and I know them, and they follow me:

28 And I give unto them eternal life; and they shall never perish, neither shall any man pluck them out of my hand.

29 My Father, which gave them me, is greater than all; and no man is able to pluck them out of my Father's hand.

30 I and my Father are one.

Just thought I'd throw in some more considerations.

Regards,

Sojo

If you go by literal textual concepts. I consider the Gospel of John fraudulent and Revelations a Greco-Alexandrian style satire plagiarizing Daniel. 

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5 minutes ago, Piney said:

If you go by literal textual concepts. I consider the Gospel of John fraudulent and Revelations a Greco-Alexandrian style satire plagiarizing Daniel. 

Ok.

By the way, I don't see the Bible as being divine and infallible, but I do see it as an amazing tome that does contain what I think are some important truths.

Regards,

Sojo

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