posted on Sep, 21 2017 @ 09:35 PM
Here's another event that struck me as ominous (and yes, this is completely subjective—that's why this thread is in the Gray Area):
I'm a freelance writer and editor for several investment research firms, and always look for new material, especially in the area of precious metals.
That includes writing about cryptocurrencies, which I'm kind of wary about because I think they're a fad and a bubble and probably will crash at some
point. If there's ever an EMP attack, either by North Korea or a solar storm, all cryptocurrencies will vanish in an instant.
Anyway, I digress. The other day, I read about a brand-new cryptocurrency called "Jesus Coin." The tagline is, "Decentralizing Jesus on the
The JC website is very satirical and, Christians would say, wholly blasphemic. For example, the site names Jesus Christ as the founder and CEO of the
company and says,
Using the cryptographic breakthrough of the blockchain ledger and anonymous cryptocurrencies, Jesus Coin has been developed as the currency of
God’s Son. Unlike morally bereft cryptocurrencies, Jesus Coin has the unique advantage of providing global access to Jesus that’s safer and faster
than every before.
Sin Forgiving – Jesus Coin is negotiating with churches to outsource sin forgiveness.
Transaction Speeds – Record transaction times between you and God’s son
Predicted to Achieve $50bn Market Cap – Predicted by Peter (not the disciple).
“And there would be a cryptocurrency, and it would be wondrous, and the Lord would say unto thee followers buy thee Jesus Coin, at the highest
possible bonus structure”.
I wanted to laugh about it (and trust me, I have a pretty wicked sense of humor), but somehow only felt queasy. With all the stuff that's been
happening recently, to me personally and in the world, it just doesn't seem all that funny.
I'm wondering if this fake currency that claims to give people a direct connection to God is one of the end times perversions and debaucheries that
have been prophesied. It sure feels like it.