posted on Aug, 16 2009 @ 12:11 PM
I think the only conspiracy here is to separate gullible, well-meaning people from their money, but it's a conspiracy nonetheless.
This website promises to send emails to your lost loved ones six days after the rapture to help persuade them to become believers before it's too
The website does promise to reduce the annual subscription price as the number of subscribers grows and indeed the price quoted in the introductory
material is $40 per year, but currently the subscription rate is $14.50.
How will the system know when to send out the emails? Well, there are four couples who are believers and who need to sign in every day to keep the
system from sending out the emails. They are scattered about the country to prevent some mundane natural disaster from wiping them all out and
there's also a back-up couple who can sign in just in case.
If no one signs in for three days, the system will wait three more days and then send out messages to your loved ones who've been left behind.
Oh, well! I'm getting a headache just writing about it.
You can read about it yourself here. Read the FAQ.
I don't believe in making light of the religious beliefs of others, but in this case I think that some healthy skepticism is in order to help others
avoid a half-baked scheme.
So, does anyone here think this is a good idea?
[edit on 2009/8/16 by GradyPhilpott]