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originally posted by: Vroomfondel
I tend to treat doom porn with just a quick glance then off to something with more meat on it. But this...really interesting. I agree with your assessment of the research skills that went into that piece. Its a great read. I am going back to look at it more closely.
I think you have to be pretty determined to not see that something is on the horizon, so to speak. I don't think anyone will ever know for sure when the final day will be until it happens. But I have to admit, this guy seems to be confident in his interpretation of the information and presents it in a pretty convincing way. Nice find.
originally posted by: s1ngular1ty
a reply to: Vasa Croe
Since nothing happened on the 23rd, and things continue to not happen, my interest in anything like this really took a blow, but I have to say, bravo my friend. This is an excellent thread. Obviously we have quite a bit of time before said date passes. Though, this isn't some sort of biblical prophecy, this is one of MAN, and involves Freemasons. I'm not religious, but I do find eschatology and the likes to be fascinating. Lately though, too many failed predictions in succession has caused me to lose a lot of interest in anything related to specific dates, or even just predictions in the general sense.
This, however, is different. Well done, and please enlighten us on your research as it continues.
originally posted by: Vasa Croe
Ok...so I was reading up on the Guidestones because of another thread about them on here recently. I came across some interesting readings on the Guidestones with a particular person that wrote to a blogger with some rather interesting information.
The prediction is that the Guidestones will come true on 8/14/2016, or at least that will be the start.
One was convinced the final King would arise out of Europe (basically the Beast, possessed by Satan), while the other was convinced he would arise out of the ME since almost all of the prophets, Old and New, are concerned with the Middle East which is a very valid point.
The issue I had with the poster arguing about the ME view is that he was convinced that the Middle Eastern Beast would destroy Mystery Babylon the Great (the US/Western Empire in his version) in a day. He was convinced this would be a nuclear destruction, and then the followers of Islam would be more or less free to capitalize on the chaos that would follow ushering in the tribulation period.
While I do not disagree that the current armed state of chaos prevalent in the ME has uniquely suited Islamic extremists to survive and thrive in the sort of harsh conditions a societal collapse would cause, I have a problem seeing the ME causing a total nuclear destruction of the US and Europe.
originally posted by: Dragoon01
There is a lot wrong with this information. First off Elberton is not even close to being the most eastern anything. Second the vision and information contained within the Guide stones is counter to the very heart of Masonic teachings. Ted Turner is not a Mason and if anyone in 1979 saw Ted Turner in Georgia they would have known him. I live in Georgia and grew up here and we all knew who Ted Turner was in 1979. TBS was already huge and played the best local UFH shows. He may have been able to walk into a local town hall and get a permit or go to the Elberton area and have something made and not be recognized but within a very short time the people that saw him would have known it was Ted Turner. He was in the news all the time back then. They would have put two and two together and said "Ted Turner had the stones made". No one has done that