The true Apocalypse is a gradual meta-physical process taking place as opposed to the false worldly Apocalypse of propaganda that is being projected by the media.

There is a connection with the Illuminati’s perception of the so called Apocalypse and the “Mark of the Beast ” that has influenced white washed Christianity and other forms of ism and schisms (religion) in order to decieve the majority.

In the gradual process of witnessing the fall of Babylon and actual fullfilment of prophecy, The powers that be like to send out false witnesses into the world in order to confuse the masses by keeping them in darkness and confusion.

“God and history will be the judge!”

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By Maya Prodgers

All around the world, people are asking, “Is the end of world near?”

This may be particularly true for Christians, who can see several of the signs of the end that were predicted in the Bible. Whether you’re looking forward to the end or dreading it, the signs are there. Take a look at some of the prophecies.

“And many false prophets will arise and mislead many.” Matthew 24:11

There’s no doubt that there have been many people who have risen to such a level that they are able to lead people astray. Jim Jones and David Koresh are often mentioned because these individuals actually claimed to be the messiah, but I don’t think that the prophecy alludes only to people like this.

Perhaps even more dangerous are the “prophets” that are more mainstream who are leading people astray. Some would say that President Obama could be a prophet that’s leading the people astray, while others may argue that the leaders of the political right, such as Rush Limbaugh, are the ones truly leading people astray.

“For nation will rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom, and in various places there will be famines and earthquakes.” Matthew 24:7

There’s no doubt that the world is rife with war and there are a number of people throughout the world that go hungry each day. With the economic problems in America, the issue of hunger is no longer confined to the third world. Many Americans do not get enough to eat. There are also many earthquakes throughout the world.

“But realize this, that in the last days difficult times will come. For men will be lovers of self, lovers of money, boastful, arrogant, disobedient to their parents, ungrateful, unholy, unloving, unforgiving, malicious gossips, without self-control, brutal, haters of good, treacherous, reckless, conceited, lovers of pleasure rather than lovers of god; holding to a form of godliness, although they have denied its power; always learning and never able to come to the knowledge of the truth.” II Timothy 3:1-5,7

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By Dan Boyd

The media has gone wild over the 2012 craze. This Mayan calendar thing has almost eclipsed the relevance of the Second Coming of Jesus. Are the two events one and the same? Is it possible that the Lord Jesus will use December 21, 2012 as the date of his return to the earth?

All speculation is vain, but there are some very important Bible facts that have not changed, even though many are, even as we speak, throwing out any and all Bible beliefs, and swallowing hook line and sinker all the Mayan Myths. Nostradamus, Church prophets, New Age Humanists, New World Order followers, and all the internet websites in the world cannot change the validity of the Bible.

1. The Bible does clearly teach that there is an end of the world, and an end of this present age. Men can deny it, try to dodge it, and defy the Bible all they want, but this old world will not last forever. It cannot. We are on a train track to eternity, and the engine is running full speed ahead.

2. The Bible tells us that Jesus’ first coming was all planned by God so that our sins could be paid for on the cross of Calvary. Christ did not come the first time to rule and reign…that wasn’t his plan. Mankind needed a Savior, and Jesus is He.

3. The Bible warns us that the second time Jesus comes, he is not coming as a sacrificial lamb, wounded and bleeding for our sins on the cross. Rather, at his next appearing, he is coming as the ruler of the universe to put down all evil. He will establish his kingdom on the earth.

4. We are told in Scripture that there will be a great battle at that second coming of Christ, as the armies of the world are gathered together unto the Valley of Megiddo. There, the battle of Armageddon will be fought. Christ will win, the new world order and its antichrist leader will be destroyed, and Jesus will set up his 1,000 year reign on the earth. This is when the lion will lie down with the lamb, a child will be able to play with a poisonous snake, and we will beat our swords into plows shears. Then, not until then, and only then will there be peace on earth.

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This is a full length documentary on one groups interpretation of biblical prophecy. Other Christian groups do have differing interpretations, but I have included this here as it is interesting to see what people believe.

Exciting multimedia documentary that reveals the amazing Bible truth behind earth’s last day events!

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Prophecies of Earth’s Doom

On May 23, 2011, in General, Prophecies, by James

Author: David Nelmes

Edgar Cayce, Nostradamus, John from Revelations, the Mayans, and numerous other authors and psychics have all depicted terrible end time cataclysms that will result in the end of life as we know it. Like moths to a flame, we appear to be attracted to these prophecies since we tend to believe that we may be somewhat deserving of a fiery end…or at least that some people deserve or earned this future.

Various end of the world dates have been predicted hundreds of times since 30AD and even more predictions are provided for as far ahead as 2047 at this time…and as each year passes, more end of the world predictions occur for even later years. The addition of more and more predictions is inevitable since each occurrence of ‘previously hidden evidence’ or ‘newly discovered information’ will result in predictions going on for thousands of years to come…or until we choose to stop subjecting ourselves to such fearful and unnecessary banter.

Some popular ‘end of the world dates’ were and are:

1982: Pat Robertson predicted that the world would end, plus world ends due to the Jupiter effect.
1988: 40 years after Israel became a nation (‘this generation shall not pass’ with a generation being counted as 40 years + 1948.)
1993: Same as above, but 7 years added for tribulation period.
1998: Because 666 x 3 = 1998, plus based upon predictions from Nostradamus as depicted in the movie “The Man Who Saw Tomorrow”.
1999: Predicted by Kirk Nelson using Edgar Cayce’s Predictions in conjunction with the Bible.
2000: World ends due to the new millennium, also if you divide 2000 by 3, you get 666, plus another Jupiter effect, plus also predicted in the book, ‘The Bible Code’, plus Hal Lindsey’s updated prediction from being in 1988 (40 years after Israel became a nation) to the rapture happening in 2000 and the end of the world in 2007.
2001: Jack van Impe prediction, plus, since there is no year 0, the true millennium is 2001
2007: Same as above but includes an adjustment for calendar changes in the middle ages, plus Hal Lindsey updates end dates to possibly now being 2040 or 2047.
2009: Jerry Falwell predicts the end in 1999, saying less than 10 years to go.
2012: Mayan calendar ends, plus the book “The Bible Code” includes yet another end date, plus Nostradamus picks this date in his newly discovered revelations, plus variations of interpretations from Edgar Cayce.

I am not going to argue that Edgar Cayce, Nostradamus or Biblical prophets may have had the capacity to see what we interpret as future events, but what I do know is true is that these depictions have more to do with dreaming or fashioning the future as compared to predicting it.

Even though hundreds of world ending predictions have come and gone in centuries past, without the world ending, the moment the next prediction is presented, the masses are drawn to this prophecy of doom and embrace it as inevitable and allow the fear of the prediction to affect them in some way.

The only reason these predictions attract any interest at all is because we feel so unable to control our own futures and therefore, we use these predictions as a way to grab apparent control, even though the future these prophecies provide for us are events we would not otherwise have chosen. In our frantic attempt to grab control of the future by accepting these predictions, we totally deny our own capacity to provide a better future that we could manifest ourselves.

End time prophecies may appear to provide us with a glimpse of our future, but all they really do is diminish our capacity to see that we have total say in what the future holds, because the future is not set. The future is based solely upon what your mind believes is possible or inevitable today…this moment. Your thoughts and resulting actions at this moment are what shapes the future, and nothing else.

If following the crowd and simply accepting the worst is where the majority of us desire to go, then let’s look at where this method of thinking might take the world. Let’s say that one of these predictions were really true and an event will occur that will wipe mans existence from the earth. How should we respond to this? How should we really view this possibility?

The only reason any prediction of the future would concern you is if you believe that the physical ‘you’ is all that there is. If you do not perceive or consider that there is something beyond the physical, then yes, the end of the world is the end of everything, and man’s every conscious thought of every person simply ceases to exist as the universe just shakes us off. It’s as though we never existed and as though not a single achievement or struggle ever happened or mattered at all. Life loses all meaning and even though this has not happened yet, the thought of it could only strip you of any reason to want to move forward and make something positive of your life.

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Is tomorrow Judgement day?

On May 20, 2011, in Prophecies, by James

Chris McCann and Family Radio believe that Judgement Day will take place on May 21, 2011.

McCann appeared on Coast to Coast AM, telling George Noory that according to the Bible and without a doubt that the end is nigh! Since then they have displayed billboards and adverts around the world proclaiming this date.

According to an article on their website:

2 Peter 3:8:

But, beloved, be not ignorant of this one thing, that one day is with the Lord as a thousand years, and a thousand years as one day.

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In 2 Peter 3:8, which is quoted above, Holy God reminds us that one day is as 1,000 years. Therefore, with the correct understanding that the seven days referred to in Genesis 7:4 can be understood as 7,000 years, we learn that when God told Noah there were seven days to escape worldwide destruction, He was also telling the world there would be exactly 7,000 years (one day is as 1,000 years) to escape the wrath of God that would come when He destroys the world on Judgment Day. Because Holy Infinite God is all-knowing, He knows the end from the beginning. He knew how sinful the world would become.

Seven thousand years after 4990 B.C. (the year of the Flood) is the year 2011 A.D. (our calendar).

4990 + 2011 – 1 = 7,000

[One year must be subtracted in going from an Old Testament B.C. calendar date to a New Testament A.D. calendar date because the calendar does not have a year zero.]

Thus Holy God is showing us by the words of 2 Peter 3:8 that He wants us to know that exactly 7,000 years after He destroyed the world with water in Noah’s day, He plans to destroy the entire world forever. Because the year 2011 A.D. is exactly 7,000 years after 4990 B.C. when the flood began, the Bible has given us absolute proof that the year 2011 is the end of the world during the Day of Judgment, which will come on the last day of the Day of Judgment.

Amazingly, May 21, 2011 is the 17th day of the 2nd month of the Biblical calendar of our day. Remember, the flood waters also began on the 17th day of the 2nd month, in the year 4990 B.C.

Want to read the whole article? Click here to access the Family Radio article.

This is not the first time we have reported on the End Of The World. Check out other prophecies that never happened HERE and HERE.

I wonder if they have considered this:

“And he said unto them, It is not for you to know the times or the seasons, which the Father hath put in his own power.”
Acts 1:17 (King James Version)

I wonder what answer this Christian group makes of that scripture?

I would also remind them of the scripture:

“And saying, Where is the promise of his coming? for since the fathers fell asleep, all things continue as they were from the beginning of the creation.”
2 Pet 3:4

If this prophecy does not take place as predicted by this site, then this passage is applicable:

“You may say to yourselves, “How can we know when a message has not been spoken by the LORD ?” If what a prophet proclaims in the name of the LORD does not take place or come true, that is a message the LORD has not spoken. That prophet has spoken presumptuously. Do not be afraid of him.”
Deuteronomy 18:20-22 (NIV)

Weird World News recently offered a challenge to the church members. Until now, not a single one of them have taken him up on his offer!!