posted on Apr, 15 2019 @ 07:20 PM
a reply to: TheJesuit
Okay, I'm trying to follow you here. This is quite the catastrophe.
This is animated clip of Jesus in a strange, otherworldly landscape was posted in September 2013.
It's now an unintended graphically animated prophecy about Notre Dame catching fire in April 2019. It's because there's a spire shaped tower in the
background that falls when Jesus is on flames, returning from something, angry, or righteous about something. Fiery Jesus with architecture falling in
an apocalyptic Christian doom porn scene. He's back, he's right, he was done wrong and he's mad. He's God so when he's mad and he's right earthquakes
happen, natural disturbances, # falls down. I see.
However, just because a fire unintentionally or
intentionally caused the spire to collapse in flames, it doesn't mean there has to be deep
spiritual reasons, foretelling, and fairy dust thrown on it. I understand how this is very significant to a lot of people and the scene was very
beautiful in an artistic way, providing for imagery that's so good, er.. so bad that it has to be God at work.
I'm sorry to inform you that this is not the case and that you can return to your normal life that's apparently fairly uneventful requiring conspiracy
theories to spike feel good excited chemical reactions in your brain. Things just happen or things happen because people make them happen. It sucks
but it's life. God made it that way.
edit on 4/15/2019 by r0xor because: (no reason given)