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Lmao that's awesome. Some folks in my town here were walking around with their children holding up signs saying the exact same thing. I live in Saint
Augustine, Florida currently for college. The day I saw this, I was on my way back from taco bell and I saw these people right next to our gym. I
opened my window and screamed "I'll see you on May 22nd fools!" The security guard heard it and mentioned it to me when he came to our dorm shortly
Yeah, this isn't going to happen. You know why? Think of all the predictions made of "Judgement Day" and the "Rapture" and never came true. Here
is a list of predictions that never came true. Feel free to research them. These are all from an online eBook called Project Enoch.
"2000-JUL-7: On the basis of some Bible verses, Nostradamus and evidence related to "the grays" (a species of Extra-terrestrials often discussed by
UFO groups) Robert Hallman predicts the rapture on this date. He describes "the grays" as "Satan's soldiers."
2000-AUG-20: Based on the book of Daniel, "Ephraim" predicted that the Battle of Armageddon would begin on this date. He later postponed it to
2000-SEP-6: Counting seven years forward from 1993-SEP-13, the date of the peace accord between Israel and Palestine, Daniel Adam Millar predicted
that the Antichrist will declare himself God and start the battle of Armageddon.
2000-SEP-16: Phil Stone believes that the biblical story of the Exodus will be replayed on a world- wide basis for four days, starting on this date.
There will be a massive increase in the level of the oceans, causing catastrophic loss of life.
2000-SEP-21: Dan Millar, mentioned above, estimates this date as that of the Second Coming of Jesus Christ. Four events will happen on that day, a
Thursday. The sidereal day is reset. It is also the Jewish New Year, using the Canaanite calendar that was in use within ancient Israel prior to the
Babylonian Captivity. It is the time of the Jewish "Feast of Jubilees" according to a message given by the Virgin Mary to Father Stefan Gobbi. This
feast occurs only once every fifty years. This date is also the Autumn Equinox.
2000-SEP: Efraim Genootshap claims to be the reincarnation of the biblical prophet Elija. He believes that God has given him the responsibility of
gathering the lost twelve tribes of Israel from among western-European nations, in preparation for the Tribulation period. He leads the Efriam
Society, a Netherlands based Christian group. They predicted that the rapture would occur this month.
2000-SEP/OCT: Michael Rood predicted that the nations of Gog and Magog, as described in the Bible, will attack Israel sometime between the end of
September and OCT-28. The "Day of the Lord" would begin on the Feast of Trumpets in the fall of that year.
2000-OCT-14: Yisrayl Hawkins, the leader of the House of Yahweh taught that the Israeli Peace Accord of 1993-OCT-13 marked the start of the 7 year
period of tribulation. This will time the second coming of Jesus on 2000-OCT-14.
2000-OCT-18: The Honorable Reverend Caleb Solar, with tongue firmly in cheek, was convinced that on this date [to be known as Quellish (Let it Come!)]
a cosmic flood known as "El Agua" will drown all but a chosen few - namely the followers of Caleb Solar."
Need you anymore religions predictions that never came true? Let me know lol