These Are the Events That Will Happen Before 2050 – Everyone Needs to Pay Attention to This!
These Things Keep Popping Up EVERYWHERE. Here’s What You NEED To Know
End The Bible Predicted Everything We See In The World Today.
The Nature of Armageddon
Since the beginning of the atomic age, nuclear weapons and the term “Armageddon” have been frequently linked together. Billy Graham rose to prominence in the 1950’s proclaiming that the nuclear “sword of Damocles” was hanging over all the nations, and that only Christ was a sure foundation in such perilous days. Hal Lindsey”s mega best seller, The Late Great Planet Earth (1970), made a strong case for a nuclear holocaust scenario in the days of tribulation predicted in the book of Revelation.
Even secular sources took up the theme. The June 12, 1981 Toronto Globe and Mail noted that the decision to go ahead with the neutron bomb was the biggest step taken toward Armageddon since 1961. In San Francisco today you can call a number and get a recorded message by the Doom Society for Secular Armageddonism, who, in melodramatic tones, tell you that we are living in the end times and that the coming end of the world is a fait accompli. They are quick to deny that God might have anything to do with this, however, and insist that the coming end of the world will be strictly do-it-yourself, as a result of such things as nuclear proliferation, racism, ultra nationalism, and (you might have guessed) religious fundamentalism.
The First Bombs
Many Americans associate nuclear weapons with Armageddon, because, of all man’s discoveries and inventions, they alone contain the capacity to wipe out all human life on the earth within a few short hours. Let us consider the awesome power in the first primitive atomic bombs.
The bomb dropped on Hiroshima, called “Little Boy,” was flown there in a B-29 bomber and aimed with a bombsight. It weighed nearly ten thousand pounds and had the explosive power of 12,500 tons of TNT. At ground zero, the point immediately beneath the weapon, the temperature reached above 3,000 degrees centigrade. Within seconds, what had been a thriving city became a wasteland. No part of the city was left untouched. Eighty thousand people died instantly, many burning into black bundles while in mid step. A six hour firestorm began. An eyewitness — a college professor — described it thus:
“I climbed Hikiyama Hill and looked down. I saw that Hiroshima had disappeared… I was shocked by the sight… I saw many dreadful scenes after that — but that experience, looking down and finding nothing left of Hiroshima was so shocking that I simply can’t express what I felt… Hiroshima didn’t exist — that was mainly what I saw — Hiroshima just didn’t exist.”
Terms for Modern Weapons
It was Hal Lindsey who first popularized the theory that the terrible plagues and judgments seen and described by John in the book of Revelation might be a First Century man’s description of a thermonuclear war. In his book There’s A New World Coming (1973), Lindsey refers to the fractional orbital bomb, and then goes on to cite nuclear passages in the book of Revelation:
“It [the bomb] consists of a dozen or so nuclear tipped missiles which can be fired simultaneously from an orbiting space platform. Because the missiles come straight down from the sky, they can strike several cities simultaneously and with virtually no warning. When these missiles streak through the air they’ll look like meteors showering the atmosphere!”
(Possibly fulfilling Revelation 6:13: “the stars of heaven fell to the earth.”)
The Apostle John’s description of the sun becoming black as sack cloth and the moon becoming like blood perfectly describes the phenomena that would result from massive amounts of dust and debris blown into the sky by multiple nuclear bursts.
“And the atmosphere was pushed apart like a scroll when it is rolled together” (Revelation 6:14). Do you know what happens in a nuclear explosion? The atmosphere rolls back on itself! It’s this tremendous rush of air back into the vacuum that causes much of the destruction of a nuclear explosion. John’s words in this verse are a perfect picture of an all out nuclear exchange… The whole world will be literally shaken apart!
As we read the book of Revelation, we find John did not use terms like “nuclear weapons, ICBM’s, or fractional orbital bombs.” Instead we find him describing things like “hail and fire,” “a great mountain burning with fire,” and “a great star… burning like a torch.” This is what we would expect of a First Century man, describing things he had no knowledge of in the only terms he knew to use. Could it be that what John was really witnessing in the Spirit, was an end of the age nuclear holocaust? The effects he describes certainly seem to bear this out.
Someone’s already predicting the end of the world… because what is life without the threat of extinction around every corner?
So who’s the latest to predict our ‘inevitable’ annihilation?
Why it’s only the Bible – I’m not going to write a disparaging line about it because I don’t want to mock anyone’s beliefs – so I’ll leave the intelligent and snarky quips for you the readers – feel free to have a pop.
However beliefs and creeds aside, conspiracy theorist Mathieu Jean-Marc Joseph Rodrigue, from parts unknown, believes the clue to planet Earth’s date with Armageddon lies within a certain passage of Christendom’s holy text.
t comes from the Book Of Revalations, which is a part of the Bible touching on the subject of Judgement Day – a great war between heaven and hell and the Son of God making his triumphant return to save all… for the second time. It’s all sunshine and roses you see.
Rodrigue highlights a particular passage which reads:
He was given authority to act for 42 months.
He believes this part of the text, when thought of in the context of crop harvests and prices, indicates a startling ‘revelation’ (see what I did there?).
The conspiracy theorist says, as reported by the Daily Star:
I heard a voice in the middle of the four living beings. This is wisdom. He who has intelligence can interpret the figure of the beast.
It represents the name of a man. His figure is 666.
So to find the date of the world’s end he takes the 666 figure (for the uninitiated, it’s the sign of the devil) and adds it to his earlier calculations, which is 42 months in Revalations.
When added altogether (by his maths), Rodrigue comes up with the date; 24th June 2018 – despite giving us an indication of mankind’s demise, he’s unsure how it will happen.
Famed 16th-century prophet and apothecary, Nostradamus has predicted the Earth will fall this year too.
Despite being dead since 1556 and publishing his outlandish claims a year before, the famed doomsayer was convinced 2018 would be Judgment Day, report the Express.
Kings steal forests, the sky will open, the fields will be burned by heat.
Elsewhere Nostradamus predicted deadly tremors will shake the planet to its core when Saturn, Jupiter and Mercury align in the Taurus constellation in the month of May:
The trembling so hard in the month of May, Saturn, Capricorn, Jupiter, Mercury in Taurus:
Venus also, Cancer, mars, in Virgo, Hail will fall larger than an egg.
Nostradamus also predicted:
Twice put up and twice cast down. The East will also weaken the West.
Its adversary after several battles chased by sea will fail at time of need.
Scientists Predict 2024 Will Be a Bad Year for Earthquakes. Here’s Why
There is no natural disaster sneakier than an earthquake. Hurricanes can be predicted and tracked weeks in advance, and even tornados, monsoons and blizzards at least have seasons. But earthquakes strike entirely without warning. Now, however, a new studysuggests that we may want to brace for a surge of quakes in the year ahead, and the reason for the danger is an unlikely one: the rotation of the Earth has slowed slightly.
While accurately forecasting earthquakes is impossible, a backward look through the seismic record allows geologists to detect some distinct patterns. In the new study — which was presented at the annual meeting of the Geological Society of America, in Seattle, and published in Geophysical Research Letters — geologists Roger Bilham of the University of Colorado, Boulder, and Rebecca Bendick of the University of Montana, tracked the incidence of magnitude 7 or greater earthquakes worldwide since 1900. While in most years there is an average of just 15 such major shake-ups — already more than enough — there have been evenly spaced intervals in the past 117 years in which the annual total jumped to between 25 and 30.
Two geologists may have spotted a surprisingly simple correlation that can help predict earthquakes—and if they’re correct, the Earth is on track for an uptick in major quakes this year.
The pair pored over a century’s worth of a data on earthquakes and detected a pattern: When the Earth’s rotation slows, as it does periodically, the slowdown is followed by an increase in quakes with a magnitude of 7 or greater, reports the Guardian.
Their research, published in Geophysical Research Letters, has been well-received in the field, and it will be put to the test soon. The rotational slowdowns typically happen over five years, and the last began four years ago.
Meaning, we can expect to see two to five more major earthquakes than normal in 2024, reports Science. “The Earth offers us a five-years’ heads up on future earthquakes, which is remarkable,” says Roger Bilham of the University of Colorado, who detected the correlation with Rebecca Bendick of the University of Montana.
Exactly where the quakes will take place is fuzzier, but typically the increase shows up in regions along the Equator. The researchers aren’t sure how to explain all this, but one theory is that it involves nearly imperceptible changes in the flow of molten iron in the Earth’s core.
That might be enough to slow down the Earth’s spin a millisecond or two, a difference that can be measured by atomic clocks, and perhaps result in the release of vast amounts of energy underground.
The cycle seems to take place about every three decades, writes geologist Trevor Nace at Forbes. (LA residents won’t like this San Andreas prediction.)
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