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I do believe the ET/UFO thing may be "the lie" Jesus spoke of. I don't think much of Nostradamus, I-Ching, or the Mayan calendar... but everything seems to nervously point to 2012... the end of Obama's first term. Coincidence? I think not.

YoungLion, Fulfilled Prophecy 39 Comments [1/24/2009 11:24:55 PM]
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Efrain

"I think not."
Actually, you just don't think. AT ALL.

1/24/2009 11:33:04 PM

Old Viking

I don't know why, but I love "Coincidence? I think not." It's somewhat pretentious, and always preceded by twaddle.

1/24/2009 11:37:19 PM

Zoo

Greater coincidences occur all the time. Why is this one even worth considering? It is also ludicrous that you say you don't think much of those documents, when you clearly do.

I haven't looked too hard into the other things you mention, but when I was looking into jaguar symbolism I did learn a lot about the Maya. You should read this, with a TRULY open mind, not the kind where you read it and say "no it's wrong because it doesn't agree with what I believe": http://www.sacred-texts.com/time/cal/mayacal.htm

1/24/2009 11:49:30 PM

Fanatic-Templar

Jesus said there would be a lie in the future?

This is seriously considered a prophecy?

1/25/2009 12:01:59 AM

Zabimaru

It might not be a coincidence. I've seen a lot of signs saying "Palin 2012", and if she would somehow win the 2012 election and get the reins to the world's largest stash of WMDs it actually could be the end of the world...

1/25/2009 12:03:36 AM

myheadhurts

See you on the other side of 2012. I'll be in the crowd of laughing people.

1/25/2009 12:25:53 AM



LOL @ Zabimaru. You beat me to it, i thought exactly the same thing.

1/25/2009 12:28:40 AM

aaa

I'll be around to see 2016. And probably up to 2060.

1/25/2009 12:30:02 AM

a mind far far away

So, when the great leaders of our country decided that a president would serve four years, they planned it perfectly with the Mayan calendar? Because that's the only way your bullshit makes the smallest bit of sense, just enough to keep my brain from exploding anyway.

1/25/2009 1:02:19 AM

Bender Bending Rodriguez

Um, Obama's current term expires on 1/20/13.

1/25/2009 1:06:50 AM

Illuminatalie

Better not risk it, drink the koolaid now.

1/25/2009 1:17:07 AM

Geno

I-Ching?? The Taoist book of divination?? It doesn't predict diddly-squat about 2012- you're supposed to throw three coins six times and look up the corresponding passage! There's nothing within it correlating to any particular date, because it's meant to be open for any question!!

1/25/2009 1:44:48 AM

A Friend

Hahaha. These assholes are really grasping at straws.

1/25/2009 1:54:25 AM

Darwin

Oooooh boy. Tinfoil hat with a lead lining.

1/25/2009 2:07:36 AM

WMDKitty

2012 is the end of a CYCLE, which means, hello, the beginning of a NEW CYCLE. It has to do with the long-count of the Mayan calendar, not "ZOMG THE WORLD IS ENDING!"

1/25/2009 2:15:03 AM

Headache

Fanatic-Templar:
Jesus said there would be a lie in the future?

This is seriously considered a prophecy?


I have never lied in my whole life! * whistles innocently *


1/25/2009 2:50:55 AM

Mayhem

That movie is no more a legitimate cause for concern than "The Day After Tomorrow" (aka "Hey, look! I can outrun a cold front!")

1/25/2009 2:57:49 AM

colonel catastrophe

Wouldn't it be funny if the Mayans were right and this guy had to stand before Ah-Puch (Yum Cimil). Oh my, the look on his face!!!

1/25/2009 3:06:06 AM

Reverend Jeremiah

So a bunch of Mayan scribes decide to give up on the Calendar at 2012, thinking its good enough being they are in 1800 BC and all.. and people of today think the end of the world will come about because of it.

Honestly, its like some people are semi-calendar worshippers..and that calendar doesnt even say BC or AD!

1/25/2009 3:36:25 AM

Percy Q. Shun

Actually, moron, the President's first term ends January 20, 2013. At noon. See you there.

1/25/2009 3:57:52 AM

Mrs. Antichrist

Coincidence? I think not.

The end....?

1/25/2009 6:07:19 AM



@Geno, "I-Ching?? The Taoist book of divination?? It doesn't predict diddly-squat about 2012- you're supposed to throw three coins six times and look up the corresponding passage! There's nothing within it correlating to any particular date, because it's meant to be open for any question!!"

Actually some guy (mathematician) did a really weird mathematical interpretation of the odds of throws or some shit, or maybe it was using a mathematical interpretation of the actual passages in the book themselves, but when he drew a graph of them he claimed he could fit it to a line of human civilization following the ups and down (collapse of Roman empire, WW2, etc) and his graph ended at 2012. But this is a real stretch, even as 2012 predictions go.

1/25/2009 7:30:13 AM

Lulzmonger

Just stop trying.

1/25/2009 8:51:47 AM

Professor M

The yijing says nothing about the year 2012 (or any other specific year, for that matter).

Nostradamus wrote a bunch of pretentious high-school-bad-poetry-esque gibberish out of which any given passage has been interpreted as "clearly" referring to any number of years in what is now the past.

If the Mayan calendar had stayed in use -- they would have to add another digit to the long written form of the date starting in late 2012. Woo-hoo.

1/25/2009 8:59:44 AM

John-in_Oz

"I think not."
Truer words were never spoken.

1/25/2009 9:25:26 AM
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