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Originally posted by Gregarious
reply to post by DarrylGalasso
Christ said there will be many antichrists, and he is without doubt. But as far as THE Man of Sin, he is prophesied to be a 'prince'. BO is not. Further, many think that the US is Mystery Bablyon and will be nuked by Russia/China, right at the time Nemesis shows up, and the Man of Sin comes out to 'save' the world. However, Mystery Bablyon is stated to be a city, not a kingdom. Not an area, not a country, not a collection of cities. One city. Perhaps there is some more to learn from dissection of linguistics; the original languages. I don't know. But I do know that there is a parable He told about wedding guests who were unprepared for his late arrival, and were not ready. I believe that was in reference to His coming AFTER the Tribulation, just like the Bible states.
Originally posted by mazzroth
reply to post by sizzle
Does this actually have any relevance seeing the bible was supposedly written in Aramaic Hebrew and Greek correct me if I'm wrong here please ? and Obama is Indonesian ?
Hmmm, that's funny, I do not recall ever seeing the word Antichrist anywhere in the bible, nor any reference to the beast being a prince other than perhaps the prince of darkness, but I don't think that came from the Bible either. We must obviously be reading different Bibles.
Originally posted by memyself
I tried to evaluate Barack Hussein Obama in a similar way but could get nowhere close to 666 ...
Originally posted by Anonymous ATS
reply to post by daersoulkeeper
A president has to be a born citizen, not born in the US. Obama's Mother was a US citizen, that's enough. To me Obama looks like a nice, intelligent guy; Not like a 'God' nor like something sinister, and I'm a fairly good judge of character myself.
Originally posted by energygain
You have kept an open mind and followed the link and noticed coincidences, but nevertheless, Obama is not Maitreya. He is expected to be interviewed on US TV station as soon as the star is visible to all parts of the world. There are other signs of his arrival, such as circles of light, which you can view at www.taracanada.org This is the Canadian group who post information and they are working with the people at share-international.org. I went to New York to meet the person who orgnaized the website, Benjamin Creme. You can see him speak on youtube if you google his name or miraclestar. He is very educated, enightened, down to earth, takes no money for speaking or his books, it all goes to make known this information. He is very believable and is able to give people healing energies as they meditate with him and at his lectures. It is a blessing.Back to the main event, Maitreya will speak as an ordinary man without calling himself anything such as Maitreya, because each of us must recognize him ourselves so he does not infringe on our freewill. When you hear him speak, you will know him by his wisdom, the call to change, and the feeling of love you will feel for him. So keep watching!Thanks for your attention!
Originally posted by creatrix
Maybe I missed it, but has anybody at all mentioned that Maitreya is not a Christian concept, but a Buddhist concept. Did anyone yet mention that blatantly demonizing another religion by calling their "saints" false prophet or anti-christ is quite prejudicial?
Not that either religion is irrefutably correct, but knocking down another religion with such little understanding of what that religion is about, or what one is talking about is well, hmm..I'll say that it shows a certain degree of ignorance. I am not name calling, but I think there is a great deal of research lacking in the first post and second.
Another point I want to make is that I think considering another being, human or otherwise, to be one's saviour is a little bit too convenient for myself, at least. I believe, and I have no scientific data to back me up, but if you want to be saved, you are going to have to do it yourself. Just my opinion, of course. I am not putting down any religion, I just think people (some people) need to pick up the slack in this world/their lives themselves instead of waiting for a god/goddess/christ/messiah/maitreya/guru/overlord/benovolent alien race/president or government, to come and save them and this planet.
It's wonderful to have good leader and great examples of humankind, but I get the sense that there is some mass projection of "evil" and "goodness" onto these leaders which makes it easy to misdirect one's focus of one's self, and what each of us can be doing.
Again, just my opinion. I don't mean to offend but really...why are we placing this burden of "saviour" on anyone but ourselves as individuals?
Originally posted by Anonymous ATS
My fellow citizen of this Earth. Let us not be carried away by simply looking at the information we read anywhere in the internet - specially when it concerns about the emergence of " The Great World Teacher " and connecting it with Obama. Too much of hallucinations going on.
Let the us not be prejudice and have an open eyes, and listening ears and with a common sense that could discern the REALITY from the FALSE.
There are written prophecies and predictions publish long time ago. Let us wait and see...never conforming to what's going on.
There's a great distinction between spirituality and being physical. Let those great beings do their business and let us not create our own assumption of what is about to take place. Let us free our minds and be responsible.
Originally posted by SleepingBeauty
reply to post by daersoulkeeper
I am not really surprised by this claim at all, any longer, daersoulkeeper--today, I heard someone claim that Clinton's old press secretary--DeDe somethingorother--had some rather strange comments to make about Obama--I can't remember enough to quote here, but the woman's remarks about Obama sent shivers down my spine, because, as with those comments made by Farakhan, comparing Obama to 'the messiah', they were just way over the top, in my opinion! Creepily over the top! I keep wondering how adults, who appear to be sane, find themselves drooling over another human being that way, acting as though he is about to transform the world for 'better', when I believe the 'changes' coming are changes that will stun humankind, and cause us such grave harm in the end.
I am a believer in Christ as you are, and even though I've been expecting something along these lines, since it's mentioned in Biblical prophecy, realizing that it all just might be 'coming true' right before our very eyes right now, is more than somewhat unnerving--I guess it's time to stick as close to Christ as it's possible, and continue praying! Thanks for posting all of that, bro!