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My predictions for the coming Months.

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posted on Jan, 5 2011 @ 11:55 AM
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Look at the Christians getting persecuted...
Ooooooohh, I see...


I am confused by the above comment.


You can say i'm wrong, but we are all entitled to an opinion.
OK. Your wrong.


Your opinion is yours and yours alone.


I hope I am wrong.


Truly I do.


Dont reply to me. Get off your computer and take your wife somewhere special and make her feel that you love her.


My wife is doing the kids dinner.


Or all those turbulent things you feel that are coming will come true. The only difference in your prediction and mine is that I can guarantee you they will happen (not on some earth shattering level) but on a personal level. Your life will be disrupted completely, and you will lose her.


Uh huh. Marriage Guidance now?


Maybe that is what is best for you and her. If its not what you want, get off the computer, stop researching stuff that doesn't matter and devote the time you just spent learning and researching all that stuff and put it into the relationship. The fact is you, or anyone cant stop it if its true. And if you feel its true you should be cherishing every moment you have left with her.


I'm taking her with me? I have plenty of time?


No offense, but it sounds like you may be entering some depreciated state (depression? I dont know, Im not a psychiatrist). I say that because I kind of went through the same thing with my now ex wife (without the predictions, but the stock market scared me, especially after I lost everything and I spent tons of time with everything but her...drinking, working, computering, etc.,).


Been there, done that. No one should have to go to that place.


Just saying bro. Good luck.


Thank you for your time. No offence is taken.




posted on Jan, 5 2011 @ 12:01 PM
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The sun did not LITERALLY go dark.



posted on Jan, 5 2011 @ 12:25 PM
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Originally posted by aoi3610

Again, I don't know if you're really that ignorant, but there is no level of earthquake that can happen in California that is going to have any real physical impact here. I will spare you the details of why, because you don't seem to be interested in learning.


No Real Physical Impact from a Magnitude 9.5 quake in or near California?
You say i'm mad?


No, I say that you're wrong -- your sanity has nothing to do with it. I live about 2,000 miles from Los Angeles, deep into the North American plate, in an area with no faults of consequence. There have been no earthquakes of greater than about a 4.5 ever recorded in the state, and larger quakes in neighbouring states and provinces never do any damage. The weather here is terrible, but there's not a whole lotta shakin' going on.

I'm not even sure that I'd say a 9.5 magnitude quake is possible for the San Andreas fault (9.5 being the largest quake ever measured) but I don't think that, based on what I know of that one (Chile, 1960) there would be much of note in the old neighbourhood here.



Yes, and you subsequently admitted that you made up the whole earthquake thing to account for why your real prediction, that the US would be forced off of the world scene, would happen. So which is it?


All of this is made up, every last bit?


Um, no, I said that you made up the earthquake bit. You even confirm it:


I see the USA removed from the position it holds as World Policeman. I see that happening because of a Major Incident, I'm picking the San-Andreas fault for convenience and likelyhood.


"I'm picking" seems to correspond to "I have no specific knowledge, I'm just going with this", aka: "Making this bit up."


Nothing I have said throughout this whole thread has changed. The odd gramatical error, bible interpretation perhaps was not 100% in your eyes. What do you expect?


I expect that, if you're making plans around this ("I'm not going to be in the UK when this happens") and suggesting that others do the same, you be consistent and credible. Thus far, you are neither.



posted on Jan, 5 2011 @ 12:32 PM
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I disagree.

I have been consistent throughtout.? I have provided everything that has been asked?
You have Google, you seem inteligent.

Just have a LOOK, or not.


"I'm picking" seems to correspond to "I have no specific knowledge, I'm just going with this", aka: "Making this bit up."


? Believe what you want to believe. There is no magic in this, I am not a "seer", this is based on what has been said.


edit on 5-1-2011 by aoi3610 because: (no reason given)

edit on 5-1-2011 by aoi3610 because: forgot something.



posted on Jan, 5 2011 @ 12:42 PM
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And just where did you see this again?



posted on Jan, 5 2011 @ 12:43 PM
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I'm going to assume you have not read the thread? It is only 10 pages.?



posted on Jan, 5 2011 @ 12:45 PM
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I see a huge event, San andreas, Yellowstone etc or bigger, Mag9+ on or before Jan 24th. (Nearer 20th to be fair)


I won't even give you 'til the 24th, I'll give you 'til the 1st of February to take you seriously.

But, I do agree with one thing though...I have the most nagging feeling that something very big, or a series of events are going to happen soon to forever change how we behave on this planet. I think it will start happening during 2011.

But it's only a feeling, I'm no prophet, like you.



posted on Jan, 5 2011 @ 12:50 PM
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Originally posted by aoi3610
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I disagree.

I have been consistent throughtout.? I have provided everything that has been asked?
You have Google, you seem inteligent.


What do I need Google for?

I never got beyond the first of your predictions, but here's what you've claimed on that:

1) There would be an earthquake in California, or the Yellowstone Caldera exploding, on or before 24 January
2) No, not Yellowstone, just California, though they are equivalent events
3) California quake would cause state to fall into ocean
4) No, but it would cause tsunamis in Japan and India
5) Okay, no tsunamis, but earthquakes in Alaska or Chile might create some
6) Okay, that's not California, but it doesn't matter, because the earthquake isn't the prediction, the state of the US is
7) "My predictions are based on Mathematics!"
8) Well, except for this one, it's based on the Bible
9) Specifically, the Seventh Seal, as described in Revelation, because the Sixth Seal JUST happened
10) Well, maybe it IS the Sixth Seal, since that obviously hasn't happened yet

And then you claim that you've been consistent throughout. Do you see a glimmer of why it's difficult to take you seriously, on any level?

Do yourself a favour, stop coming back to this thread every five minutes to post yet more contradictory information and try and collect your thoughts. Maybe you'll sort out a story, or maybe you'll realize you're wrong.



posted on Jan, 5 2011 @ 12:59 PM
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Originally posted by Beowolfs
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No disrespect intended but look into all the so called prophesies people here on ATS have made and show me one that's came true! That's why most people here take any prediction made by anyone. Specially an anonymous person! with a grain of salt.


Even a broken clock is correct twice a day so don't get too comfortable there Beowolfs!

OP need not prove anything.
Time itself will take care of any proof.
So just hunker down and wait.

Why does this bother people so much? Are people just that antagonistic that they'll attack anything that doesn't bode well with them?


This is not directed to Beowolts but......
I see the same names on here that troll other threads in an attempt to defame the OP or derail the thread.
Man....if you don't like a certain topic, move on! Why do people have to be so confrontational all the time?
And it's not so much you disagree it's the ill manner and asperity within your posts.



posted on Jan, 5 2011 @ 01:04 PM
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Originally posted by CodyOutlaw
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OK, I just compared the pictures of Stonehenge and the atomic structure of gold.
wow


could you provide links to the comparisons you found CodyOutlaw as the ones I found didn't match up at all.

envirochem.us...
stonehenge.zorger.com...



posted on Jan, 5 2011 @ 01:11 PM
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I see not much to tell me it's done much "moving"? It's it's own continent, it all moves together. Sure, the edges melt and re-freeze, but that's all I see.
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Please forgive the delay in responding:I'm certainly no expert, but I'm fairly certain that ice sheets move independantly from the soil and stone surface of the continent. Perhaps we can get a professional opinion from somone with a background in geology, as to whether or not an ancient stone city, which had been buried beneath a mile and a half thick Antarctic ice sheet 11+K years ago would still remain intact today after deglaciation.



posted on Jan, 5 2011 @ 01:17 PM
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Thanks for sharing your predictions. I'm not sure why people responded to your posting with such hostility. You made predictions. They'll be right or they'll be wrong. I'm not sure why people would take offense to them. They should post their own predictions or move right along if they don't like them.

I think predicting the future is a very healthy exercise when one uses them to change their belief system based on whether they turn out true or false.



posted on Jan, 5 2011 @ 01:19 PM
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What do I need Google for?


It has the answer to everything. If you know what to ask.


I never got beyond the first of your predictions, but here's what you've claimed on that:

1) There would be an earthquake in California, or the Yellowstone Caldera exploding, on or before 24 January


I would re-read what I initially wrote.


2) No, not Yellowstone, just California, though they are equivalent events


Could be either, or something else. Please READ what I wrote.


3) California quake would cause state to fall into ocean


I'm sure that's about what it's gonna feel like if you are in the middle of it. Stop being Pedantic.


4) No, but it would cause tsunamis in Japan and India


9.5 Magnitude. So yep. And other locations.


5) Okay, no tsunamis, but earthquakes in Alaska or Chile might create some


You are losing me now?


6) Okay, that's not California, but it doesn't matter, because the earthquake isn't the prediction, the state of the US is


Nope, It is all part of a bigger picture. Stop thinking the world revolves around the USA. It doesn't. It is but 1 piece of the machine. GOLD is the bigger picture.


7) "My predictions are based on Mathematics!"


No, I said the Eye of horus was based on Mathematics.


8) Well, except for this one, it's based on the Bible


Amongst many other things.


9) Specifically, the Seventh Seal, as described in Revelation, because the Sixth Seal JUST happened


It is a matter of opinion if the 6th seal is / has happened / happening? I know your opinion, you know mine. Lets leave it that?


10) Well, maybe it IS the Sixth Seal, since that obviously hasn't happened yet


Some of it perhaps.


And then you claim that you've been consistent throughout. Do you see a glimmer of why it's difficult to take you seriously, on any level?


The only inconsistencies I see are in your post and ability to read?


Do yourself a favour, stop coming back to this thread every five minutes to post yet more contradictory information and try and collect your thoughts. Maybe you'll sort out a story, or maybe you'll realize you're wrong.


Do WHO a favour. YOU do not NEED to come back here. YOU made these points.



posted on Jan, 5 2011 @ 01:22 PM
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Most of what you've said coincides with many things that I've read. I don't know that I would or could for that matter pin point a specific date but I absolutely believe that this will be an interesting year. You've deffinately done your homework.



posted on Jan, 5 2011 @ 01:25 PM
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ignore the people that are here to draw attention away from your thread. That they keep coming back even though they claim to be so opposed to the idea is a testament to the fact that in their mind, it is about them, and nothing else.

Can you please explain how you figured the fractions in the eye of horus? Is it based on measurement?



posted on Jan, 5 2011 @ 01:27 PM
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Yep, I am not that man.

However, who could be? Do we have anyone with experience of removing 7km of ice and seeing what is below?

Anyone on this planet?

I don't think we do? So even then, the answer would be supostition.



posted on Jan, 5 2011 @ 01:27 PM
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Originally posted by IAMTAT



I see not much to tell me it's done much "moving"? It's it's own continent, it all moves together. Sure, the edges melt and re-freeze, but that's all I see.
reply to post by aoi3610
 


Please forgive the delay in responding:I'm certainly no expert, but I'm fairly certain that ice sheets move independantly from the soil and stone surface of the continent. Perhaps we can get a professional opinion from somone with a background in geology, as to whether or not an ancient stone city, which had been buried beneath a mile and a half thick Antarctic ice sheet 11+K years ago would still remain intact today after deglaciation.


It depends on the topology, because glaciers "move" via gravity, but no, it would be highly unlikely. If the structures were buried under a decent amount of soil before the glacier formed, it would be a much different story, but not if it was just sitting out in the open. Different parts of the sheet move at different rates, never mind what the weight of a mile of ice would do.

I guess I missed it, how did Atlantis wind up in the Antarctic? When? As far as I know, there haven't been significant changes (on a macro scale) to the Antarctic ice sheet in the past 20,000 years, so it would have been pretty chilly place to live for those guys, never mind how you get a mile of ice over you later.



posted on Jan, 5 2011 @ 01:29 PM
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Thanks for sharing your predictions. I'm not sure why people responded to your posting with such hostility.


The same reason newspapers wouldn't print this.


You made predictions. They'll be right or they'll be wrong. I'm not sure why people would take offense to them. They should post their own predictions or move right along if they don't like them.


Worthy of a star.


I think predicting the future is a very healthy exercise when one uses them to change their belief system based on whether they turn out true or false.


The definition of insane is someone who does something repeatedly, expecting a different result each time, when it is always the same.

Sums the human race up.



posted on Jan, 5 2011 @ 01:30 PM
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The Eye of horus Math is available on google, some other very bright individual worked it out, not me.

I just took it on.

They think it is Health, wellbeing, mind, spirit etc. Carvings of kings.

Doh.?



posted on Jan, 5 2011 @ 01:34 PM
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Originally posted by aoi3610
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The Eye of horus Math is available on google, some other very bright individual worked it out, not me.

I just took it on.

They think it is Health, wellbeing, mind, spirit etc. Carvings of kings.

Doh.?


Gotcha, I will take some time later today to research this, as I havent seen it before.

I'd really love to hear your theory on coral castle and how exactly the blocks were moved. I gather that it has something to do with gold, but obviously there is more to it than just that.

Would you elaborate?



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