posted on Sep, 22 2008 @ 12:36 PM
How could the Bible code be correct if God doesn't exist?
Something smells fishy, and it ain't that fishstick in my mouth either.
Oh I know what it is. It's the same feeling I get when I've read all the other predictions that have not come to pass. It's the feeling that there
are people out there whose lives are so dull, that they have to invent fairy tales to make their lives as interesting as the b rated movies they
watch. If there is an end, no one will spell it out. If there is a doomsday, it will lack drama. If we do die, it will not be because we have offended
some invisible deity.
If we do die, it will be due to stepping on the land mine that we ourselves created while conventiently ignoring it.
I learn more and more about human psychology be studying the wakos that create such end time predictions.
1) Humans like drama. We think
that the end of the world will be dramatic, as seen in the movies.
2) Humans like to think they are the only ones with the answers. ONE person does not contain the answers. Many people contain many pieces to the
puzzle which forms the answers.
3) Humans like to feel superior by passing off information that makes themselves look like prophets. As if they are high and mighty when they are only
giving 2nd rate information with no bases while stroking their own ego.
Some may say that you deny ignorance by looking at all the information whether good or bad. However, I say you deny ignorance by denying information
that is 2nd rate and has no bases. It's their
ignorance I'm denying.
If there is an end, no one will spell it out for us.