a reply to: Chadwickus
Nibiru is one of the possibilities, it may have orbiting thousand years away from us. If Sitchin's estimations are correct, some say they aren't, I
wouldn't care for Nibiru at this time.
I do not expect anything on a particular date, let say March 25, or any other date. I already said with the beginning of the thread, that the date of
Amorth already passed in November 2015, i.e. he failed.
But my reasoning goes beyond a particular date or month set as the doom fulfillment.
Those who will really make it, be they ET or be they humans, and I mean not the doom but the entire sequence of events that envisions salvation of
some part of humanity and even a period of peace to postpone the chastisement. Those people or ET most likely won't honor any religious based
calculation. As they didn't honor the Mayans.
Some say, Mayan calendar was pagan, that's why, the Jewish one is from God. It is not from God. And it proved it didn't fulfill the Fall 2015 as any
other date/period given by sturdy scholars.
The event will happen contrary to all expectations in a non-significant day. And will last contrary to all expectations, the amount of time envisioned
as best for the biggest part of humanity to get saved. Not in spiritual terms (we are already saved spiritually by Jesus Christ) but in purely
physical terms. If 3 days are enough for that and best timing, because of the roam of those who will choose not to be saved, then it will be only 3
days. I think it will be longer than 3 days, probably between 3 months and several years, but who am I to say.
Forget about today's religious establishment. It is doomed to fall since it rejected the heavenly message in Fatima and the plans of God in 1960 and
before that date. The last pope will go in history, and if there is another one, he will change everything from top to bottom. Francis won't do it, if
he didn't do it so far. Francis is history. I am sorry to say that, remembering how much credibility and hopes I myself put on Petrus Romanus on the
evening he was elected and in the months after that. He did nothing significant, with the exception of several indeed good speeches. His time has not
completely passed. But if someone has ambitious program to fulfill of reform of centuries old church, or even more than that, of baptizing aliens, he
would do more for the 3 years in office, taking into account also not so good health and age closing to 80. Jesuit tricks here do not help. There is
nothing to be seen, at the moment. How long are we supposed to wait more?
On the other side, those who expect 100 year fulfillment of Fatima, and the first in the row is Benedict, base their belief on another pope's visions
Leo 13 who predicted 100 year reign of satan. That is good, because any period of time that is evil and that ends is a good thing. The problem is we
don't know the starting date. Why should it be Fatima? Leo 13 lived quite before it (died 1903).
Why should it be the Communist revolution of Lenin? Is it the most evil thing in human history? Some say so. Here the cards fall. The Church circles
who expect that, admit that. Pius 12 said the Revelation fulfilled during the Communist regime. It didn't. He was WRONG.
Those people although having their arguments, do not realize it was not communist leaders who ruined the church in the West. Or who made the
inquisition centuries ago. If the coming of communism in 1917 is not true expectation of 100 year period of satan, then we may not have 100 years at
all. We may double cross Leo 13 prediction as unfulfilled at that time, because the 100 years expired in 2003 or before.
We may have the real event taking place tomorrow and lasting 70 or as many years as you wish, or only months (less likely). We may have completely new
calendar of expected dates, because those given to us seem to be so tightly fit to religious doctrine that they serve only that doctrine and nothing
else than that. And the doctrine itself failed. Even the apparitions are conditional, half of them might be evil aliens. Let use the term so much
loved by conservative catholics and protestants alike, evil aliens. If they do exist, they may affect equally protestant pastors in their rapture
estimations, and catholic seers who think they see "Jesus and Mary". What if they don't see them but evil aliens posing as such and giving their
agenda? Jesus wouldn't like to kill half the world, actually much more, to save only the selected few in the 3 days of darkness. Is that Jesus from
the Gospel or someone else?
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