posted on Feb, 20 2008 @ 02:20 PM
Originally posted by Rumrunner
Surely there must be someone on this board that can answer this for me?
The entire notion of an "anti-Christ" is questionable to begin with, since not even everyone agrees on the whole idea of a "Christ," but in order
for anyone to go along with this stuff you have to buy into both the Revelation stuff and the Nostradamus stuff, and cobble them both together in some
There is a tendency among some people to drag together different kinds of esoteric subjects -- any one of which is dicey on its own to begin with --
and see if they can be put together like some kind of puzzle that will reveal a "Big Answer." As if the future is a fixed thing, and some hairy
dude could figure it out 500 years ago by staring into a pot.
I suppose it can be fun to try and kludge together ideas from Nazi superman propaganda, El Dorado and the Hopi Indians, Madame Blavatsky, the movie
"Repo Man," Nibiru, The Mahabharata, John Titor, The Apocrypha, Stargate SG-1, and David Koresh. But if you do it too much, or if you really think
you might be onto something important by doing that, then you're probably edging toward schizophrenia or some other similar mental illness like that
guy had in that movie, "A Beautiful Mind." Seeing connections where there are none, because our brains are set up to try and make connections, and
sometimes people's brains spin out of control.
In short, IN MY OPINION, it's a load of crap and anybody who seriously thinks it has any merit is probably more than a little nuts, although not
necessarily dangerous. There is no reason for Nostradamus to have disguised the name "Mabus" if he was talking about somebody 500 years in the
future. And there is currently nobody named Mabus walking around who is politically powerful.