"If you divide 2000 by 3, you get 666.666..etc, that is the year 2000"
This is very true, however, the genesis of this calendar is an arbitrary date that has little to do with the man you are calling Jesus. At best it
could be said to be about four years after his birth and so means nothing at all.
"John’s Book of Revelation does mention the Y2K virus but it also mentions a lot of natural seeming disasters as well. So no matter how bad things
got as a result if the Y2K virus, in order to convince the majority of the human race it was brought on by God, the God we are told is invisible who
lives in the sky with Santa Clause and can see when we have been naughty and nice, not the one that my bloodlines worship, themselves, there had to
also be hurricanes, earthquakes, drought, pestilence, etc."
This is an intestesing set of assertions. Firstly, exactly where does the Revelation of St. John mention the Y2k virus? Is that in the index on COBOL
or FORTAN? I can't quite remember. Making this assertion is a deep undermining of any kind of sense and shows a highly interpretative stance that is
"In 1990, Clean Air Act legislation..."
Fair enough, that's just skullduggery and bad business. It shows nothing bar the self serving, self interested nature of US politics and
administration. This shows exactly nothing to support your central assertions.
"cataclysmic earthquakes are caused by rain in drought regions"
Once again you are stating as fact something that is entirely unsubstantiated. From whence do you draw this conclusion?
"They replaced MTBE with ethanol and are trying to increase its use to 15% to try and fake the end of the world again in 2012. But that appears to be
because they have no other choice. They have to play as long as there is still a board to play on or protocols built into the financial system will
cause the economies of the world to collapse so that the only thing that can get it back up and running is a new world order; or a plan we have that
can be put in place if we can get this story out where everyone can see it without the other team doing something really stupid"
OK once again you are using a tiny fact in the classic manner of all disinformation, to ease the passage of your as yet unpalatable fiction. It is
very easy to claim that all of this disaster was about to happen but was averted by unseen hands. There is not a shred of evidence in anything you are
saying. This is, until substantiated by some indication of proof, a fiction. If you wish to be taken even mildly seriously, give us some facts.
As for the 2012 reference, that is entirely gratuitous. Even the Mayans themselves, or their direct descendents at least, say that 2012 is merely the
end of measured epoch and not an "end time". This idea of and end of things is an entirely Hellenic misintepretation of a Judaic tradition that then
became the basis of Christian thought.
Look this one up: Nullius in Verba.
[edit on 13/10/2009 by ascalon]