posted on Mar, 18 2010 @ 01:17 AM
1843 was a year subject to wild end time prophecies which eventually led to both the Seventh Day Adventists, and Jehovah’s Witnesses.
The 1843 date was then changed to 1844. All the prophecies and significance given to 1884 (, later changed to 1914 by the Jehovah witness,) where then
changed in order to pretend that the prophecies where actually occurred.
The crushing legalism and elitism of Adventism still burdens families to this day with contradicting and overbearing doctrines, along with compulsory
Many modern families have sacrificed their children to "god’s visible organisation on earth".
Will the wild 2012 prophecies lead to the same pattern of expectation, disappointment, wilful ignorance and then a blossoming blind obedience?
I hope that this is not something which could easily happen in this modern internet age, but if you do come across any specific 2012 predictions it
might be an idea to record the exact statements BEFORE 2012, because they will probably all be postponed, edited, reinterpreted etc.
Hypothetically For example a pre 2012 statement might read "in 2012 Jesus Christ the "stone [that] was cut out without hands" (Dan 2:34) will
return to earth physically." Where as the post 2012 statement might read "In 2012 Jesus Christ reincarnated physically as a stone."
Hence giving way to a cult that swears by the veracity of the 2012 date. Just as the SDA and JW's still hold to the significance of completely
insignificant dates in which nothing happened.