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The Endgame
Like many others, I believe the earth is likely to come to an end in 2012 for the following reasons:

1. A massive asteroid (the second-largest ever) will pass VERY close to the Earth in January. Numerologist Michael Drosnin (who is an atheist BTW) claims that, according to the Bible Code, an asteroid will collide with the Earth. He is the one who successfully predicted the assasination of Yitzhak Rabin in 1995.

2. The Earth will be home to 7 billion people, according to the US Census Bureau. This is significant as '7' is regarding a number symbolises perfectionism in the Bible.

3. On 21 December 2012, the Mayan Calendar draws to an end,

4. The sun will reverse its own magnetic poles as a result of reaching the end of its sunspot cyle.

5. The Prophet Malachy was given a series of visions in 1140, which foretell a motto for the next 111 Popes. Since then, every SINGLE papacy, without exception, appears to have fulfilled Malachy's unique prophecy for them. And, according to Malachy, THERE IS ONLY ONE MORE POPE TO COME BEFORE THE END. We all know that Benedict is a man of great age, who may die soon. So 2012 would seem like a reasonable date where there would be time for only ONE MORE POPE.

6. In addition, virtually all the Biblical prophecies have now been fulfilled. A suspect antichrist is shortly to take up residence in the White House.

There are many more reasons besides - http://www.december212012.org/

PLEASE WATCH THE VIDEO!!!!!

Is this simply too much coincidence? Never in the field of human history have so many discrete sources linked a common date for the end of time.

Perhaps now is therefore the time to think seriously about your life and what will happen to you when it comes to an end.

Garvan Ellison, The Garvanian 48 Comments [11/18/2008 8:24:03 AM]
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Jesus Klingon

Whatever. I'll see you all in 2013.

11/18/2008 8:28:34 AM

Joe-Bob

This isn't rated a straight five!? People if this isn't pure fundie then what is?

11/18/2008 8:56:51 AM

IanC

"A suspect antichrist is shortly to take up residence in the White House. "
Why, cus hes black?

11/18/2008 9:33:58 AM

aaa

See you in 2014.

11/18/2008 9:43:38 AM

Route666

So McCain would have halted all these coincidences?

And y'all want Palin to run in 2012 right

And no the prophesies of the bible code is reverse matching much like Nostradamus.

Here is a prophesy that will come true.

You gonna die beatch.

11/18/2008 9:45:23 AM

Dan Onymous

Does your God know you're using numerology, Mayan religion and non-biblical prophecy...?

11/18/2008 10:14:13 AM

Jack Bauer

The sun will reverse its own magnetic poles as a result of reaching the end of its sunspot cyle.

As it did in February 2001. So what?

11/18/2008 10:28:23 AM

Zyzle

"Perhaps now is therefore the time to think seriously about your life and what will happen to you when it comes to an end. "

And how are you going to spend your final days? On your knees grovelling to what may as well be a disco ball no doubt.

If i genuinely believed that my time left was limited and I had an exact date I would try and make the most of the time I had left.

These activities would not be included:

1) the aforementioned grovelling.
2) boastful smugness about my own salvation to those i believed to be 'unsaved'
3) attempting to deny others happiness simply because i didnt like their race/religion/sexuality

11/18/2008 10:32:28 AM

Brain_In_A_Jar

3. On 21 December 2012, the Mayan Calendar draws to an end,

So, what, you're saying the Mayan religion is actually the correct one?

11/18/2008 10:39:04 AM

Eden

Ah, the prophecy of Malachy.

If course this is something totally unknown to the popes and no pope tries (consciously or subconsciously) in some way to fulfill the prophecy for his papacy ;)

As for the bible code:
Some Reseachers applied the bible code to a hebrew translation of Tolstois "War and Peace" and found significant messages in it.
Among them a prediction of the attack on the twin towers in 2001 ;)

11/18/2008 11:03:35 AM

Sanity

Michael Drosnin
Ah yes, the man who made a challenge to find a "bible"code in Moby Dick, and was promptly presented with the exact same prediction he made about Rabin from that book.

2. The Earth will be home to 7 billion people, according to the US Census Bureau. This is significant as '7' is regarding a number symbolises perfectionism in the Bible.
Numerically speaking, 7 billion is quite different from 7.
One is even, the other odd. One is a prime, the other is not. etc etc.

3. On 21 December 2012, the Mayan Calendar draws to an end,
Does this mean I should be worshipping Quetzatquotl?
Besides, the Mayan calender no more ends on december 21 2012 then ours did on december 31 1999.


4. The sun will reverse its own magnetic poles as a result of reaching the end of its sunspot cyle.
As it has done every eleven years for the past billion years.

5. The Prophet Malachy was given a series of visions in 1140, which foretell a motto for the next 111 Popes. Since then, every SINGLE papacy, without exception, appears to have fulfilled Malachy's unique prophecy for them.
[Citation needed]
And even then, can you say "Self-fullfilling prophecy"?

6. In addition, virtually all the Biblical prophecies have now been fulfilled.
Like the destruction of Damascus (it wasn't), the drying of the Nile (it didn't), the Canaanite language being spoken in Egypt (it wasn't, and likely won't as it is extinct), Egypt being empty for 40 years (it wasn't), the Jews not being forced from "their" land (they still are). The list goes on and on.

And then we have Matthew, who seems to fabricate ancient prophecy on the spot, wrongfully attributing, quotes prophecy that doesn't exist etc etc.

And of course, the ultimate screwup, the fact that the second coming, scheduled during the lives of that generation, is about 1950 years overdue.

11/18/2008 11:13:09 AM

a mind far far away

"The Endgame" Quit using chess terms, it's the sacred game of Caissa, and you should not have the pleasure of enjoying.

"Numerologist Michael Drosnin (who is an atheist BTW)" Yeah, and he was also a massive lier. Did you ever read the two 'Bible Code' books? And then read the response of the Jewish mathematician who came up with it, Eliahu Rips? Rips said he never even spoke with Drosnin, much less met and discussed the code.

"He is the one who successfully predicted the assasination of Yitzhak Rabin" PM Rabins cabinet memebers and advisors, after the Bible Code came out, said Rabin and Drosnin never spoke, even though Drosnin claimed that they did, shortly before his death, about his death. The fact you still believe the Bible Code, even though it's been proven to be a mass historical hoax (there's been hundreds of people for the last several centuries that believe there is a code in the Torah), shows you have mental problems.

"The Earth will be home to 7 billion people, according to the US Census Bureau. This is significant as '7' is regarding a number symbolises perfectionism in the Bible" "7" and "7 billion" are mathematically VERY far apart.

"On 21 December 2012, the Mayan Calendar draws to an end" Relying on pagan prophecies now? Heretic. DIAF.

"The sun will reverse its own magnetic poles as a result of reaching the end of its sunspot cyle" Citation needed.

"The Prophet Malachy" Yes, he did make those prophecies, and no, most Catholics, much less Protestants or Orthodox, believe them. Malachy was proven to be a lunatic.

"In addition, virtually all the Biblical prophecies have now been fulfilled" The 'Biblical prophecies' are vague, and can be interpreted to mean anything, like Nostradamus.

"A suspect antichrist is shortly to take up residence in the White House" America is not mentioned in the bible, so you're really reaching far into your ass for that one.

"Is this simply too much coincidence?" It's not even coincidence, there is nothing there that is valid at all, except the Mayan calendar, and some people even think that it's not a prophecy of doomsday, but the start of a utopian period. You've pulled a bunch of shit out of your ass to make it seem like it's more than coincidental. It is not coincidental, however, that you time and time again show what kind of a moron you are. STFU and DIAF.

11/18/2008 11:57:25 AM



You are a complete and utter moron. There is really nothing further I can say to this.

11/18/2008 12:35:26 PM

Xotan

Garvan the False Prophet!

The Malachy prophecies are fakes for a start. He died in the 1100s and the prophecies are true-ish up to the 1500s, when they were published by Arnold de Wyon. They go a bit wonky after that... This was when retrospective prophecy was no longer possible. It needed a real prophet to foretell the future. Arnold was no prophet!

11/18/2008 12:52:41 PM

Palifox

21 December 2012

We hear each day "two oh one two"
The kids all ask if it is true.
"Nibiru, the planet we must fear,
Or planet X shall soon be here.
The Mayan count runs to an end.
I was told this by a friend.”

Nibiru the hoax world of Sitchin
Fit only for the garbage bin.
Devoid of fact, reason or wit,
Science laughs at all the talk of it.

Of planet “X” Nan Lieder cries,
And yet she won't look at the skies,
To come in four short years it's true,
The damn thing must be now in view!

"Where is it?" Science asks with glee,
"You said, 'Beware two thousand three!'
With Earth it didn't make a tryst,
We're very sure it don't exist!"

Galactic lines are the next fright,
And yet the angles are not right.
“Six degrees off!” the scientists say,
“It happens near each solstice day.”
But it would no difference make,
You can be sure the thing’s a fake.

"Planets align!" or so some say
"It will be on that very day."
Yet naught of fact now can they quote,
I'd like to take them by the throat
And try to squeeze some truth right in,
But murder now they say's a sin.

Failed prophets, fools, those full of fraud,
Are people with whom we all are bored.

Copyright. Apologies to Milton, Donne, Pope, Dryden et al

Poor old Garvan, he's still with us. If his pastor told him toothpaste was made from baby seals he'd stop brushing.

11/18/2008 1:08:26 PM

Ozzie

It always fascinates me when the fundies start in with the Mayan calendar and 12/20/12 end of the world.

In any other situation if someone said "Well the Mayans believed . . .." we would all be told we are going straight to hell because the Mayans didn't accept Jesus.

But this fits with their death cult agenda, so they let them in, even if only a little.

11/18/2008 1:11:14 PM

Michael

The Mayan Calendar ends at 2012 because some fucking christian called Cortes interupted them.
The "facts" in the video has enough holes in to make the biggest fishnet ever and is aimed at those with a shoe-size IQ.

11/18/2008 2:01:03 PM

Marcus

The sun will reverse its own magnetic poles as a result of reaching the end of its sunspot cyle.

Yeah, so? Big deal. The sun has been flipping it's magnetic poles for millennia without catastrophy befalling the poor ol' Earth and its inhabitants. Here's a clue: if you have no idea of the relevance of a topic in science, then STFU and let the grown ups talk.

Is this simply too much coincidence?

Coincidence, regardless of how significant we humans may think it to be, does not mean causality or foretelling. You might as well get out the "Magic 8-Ball" if you want to predict what will happen tomorrow.

11/18/2008 2:17:47 PM

werewolf

Drosnin (whoever he is) is an atheist and believes in the Bible Code? Contradictory, no?

11/18/2008 3:11:02 PM

Horsefeathers

"1. A massive asteroid (the second-largest ever) will pass VERY close to the Earth in January. Numerologist Michael Drosnin (who is an atheist BTW) claims that, according to the Bible Code, an asteroid will collide with the Earth. He is the one who successfully predicted the assasination of Yitzhak Rabin in 1995."

First of all, so what? Asteroids pass by all the time. Ever heard the term "cosmic shooting gallery"?

Second, why would an atheist use the Bible Code?

Third, numerology is complete horseshit.

"2. The Earth will be home to 7 billion people, according to the US Census Bureau. This is significant as '7' is regarding a number symbolises perfectionism in the Bible."

Look around. There's nothing about this planet that's "perfect" and it sure as hell isn't going to be that way in four years.

"3. On 21 December 2012, the Mayan Calendar draws to an end,"

The Maya were a bunch of heathen pagans worshiping false gods, remember? What makes them so special?

Aside from that, their calendar had ended a few times prior to the end of the one you're using. They expected nothing bad to happen but rather some sort of "Age of Aquarius" period of change and enlightenment, not the end of the world/universe.

"4. The sun will reverse its own magnetic poles as a result of reaching the end of its sunspot cyle."

It's happened before. Happens with the Earth's magnetic field occasionally too. Surprise, the Earth/universe is still here.

"5. The Prophet Malachy was given a series of visions in 1140, which foretell a motto for the next 111 Popes. Since then, every SINGLE papacy, without exception, appears to have fulfilled Malachy's unique prophecy for them. And, according to Malachy, THERE IS ONLY ONE MORE POPE TO COME BEFORE THE END. We all know that Benedict is a man of great age, who may die soon. So 2012 would seem like a reasonable date where there would be time for only ONE MORE POPE."

Yeah. Completely accurate. If you squint your eyes and turn your head just right you can see anything you want.

"6. In addition, virtually all the Biblical prophecies have now been fulfilled. A suspect antichrist is shortly to take up residence in the White House."

One word: Tyre.

"Perhaps now is therefore the time to think seriously about your life and what will happen to you when it comes to an end."

I'll rot in the ground, just like you. The only difference is that the thought scares the holy fuck out of you whereas I accept it as a natural process.

11/18/2008 4:06:56 PM

anonymous

Here's what I'm thinking:

1. I have three partitions on my hard drive. I have Windows on one and Kubuntu 8.04 on the second. The third partition contains a half-installed, screwed-up GoboLinux system.
The GoboLinux system has no GUI yet, since KDE failed to install. Since I'm trying to get away from KDE anyway, I'm going to try installing icewm in Gobo. If that succeeds, I'll migrate my programs and documents over and run Gobo full-time. If that fails, I will install Ubuntu Server 8.10 64-bit on the third partition, then install icewm and try running that, since I've always wanted to try 64-bit Linux.

11/18/2008 4:23:08 PM



Boy you got it backwards, Karl Rove is leaving the White House and taking his lap puppet Bush with him.

11/18/2008 4:24:20 PM

Headache

What will your comment be, Garvan Ellison, on January 1 2013?

11/18/2008 4:55:24 PM

Vince

Actually, Garvan, the Mayan calendar does not end on December 21, 2012. The issue is that the Mayan calendar date on December 20, 2012, will correspond with when the third creation ended (ours is the fourth), 12.19.17.19.19, signifying that the 21st, or 13.0.0.0.0 will never come to be. The Mayan calendar actually goes well beyond 13.0.0.0.0, possibly as high as a 20th order.

11/18/2008 5:06:53 PM

ND

Pallas is the second largest asteroid ever, and it does not come anywhere near planet Earth.

11/18/2008 5:24:17 PM
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