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A dream from the early 80's that depicts the coming tribulation

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posted on Aug, 11 2011 @ 05:34 AM
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A gentleman by the name of Ken Peters had a dream in the early 80's that clearly depicted what was to come in the future. In light of recent events I thought this might be worthy of watching, especially for any believers that have some doubts about how the tribulation will unfold.

I am of the belief that the rapture of the church occurs at the end of the tribulation, not the beginning. I believe a lot of people will depart from the faith when the hard times come upon us as they thought they would be caught up with Christ before the tribulation.


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This is the condensed version, the full version is much longer.
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posted on Aug, 11 2011 @ 05:40 AM
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i'm interested in checking this out. i will do so when i get off work.



posted on Aug, 11 2011 @ 06:31 AM
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Based on a temporal (historical) estimated average of a world-population of 6 billion, and one dream per person per night, 65.700.000.000.000 dreams have taken place since then. Some of these dreams are bound to resemble future events randomly.

If what possibly is going to happen can be related to any dream, it must (to become statistically significant) thus at LEAST have a 65.700.000.000.000-proof identiticality between dream and event.



posted on Aug, 11 2011 @ 06:56 AM
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Originally posted by bogomil
Based on a temporal (historical) estimated average of a world-population of 6 billion, and one dream per person per night, 65.700.000.000.000 dreams have taken place since then. Some of these dreams are bound to resemble future events randomly.

If what possibly is going to happen can be related to any dream, it must (to become statistically significant) thus at LEAST have a 65.700.000.000.000-proof identiticality between dream and event.



So due to the statistical significance or lack thereof, you will dismiss this man's dream entirely?

I suggest that you watch all 5 parts, it may come in handy down the track.



posted on Aug, 11 2011 @ 07:38 AM
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Originally posted by XplanetX

Originally posted by bogomil
Based on a temporal (historical) estimated average of a world-population of 6 billion, and one dream per person per night, 65.700.000.000.000 dreams have taken place since then. Some of these dreams are bound to resemble future events randomly.

If what possibly is going to happen can be related to any dream, it must (to become statistically significant) thus at LEAST have a 65.700.000.000.000-proof identiticality between dream and event.



So due to the statistical significance or lack thereof, you will dismiss this man's dream entirely?

I suggest that you watch all 5 parts, it may come in handy down the track.





Due to technical limitations and also general principles, I practically never relate to web-videos. This forum is increasingly becoming a directory, where the contributors send links to 'expert' or 'specialist' sources of information. The personal dialogue part consequently becomes smaller.

It's an attitude based on authority-arguments, and that's what I relate to here. Not the specifics of the signs, wonders etc., which will be manifested, when the time comes for them to (possibly) manifest.

As a contributor once remarked here: "Have I missed Harmageddon.....again?"

Directly related to topic: Signs. wonders, prophecies etc. are, at best, VERY imprecise, and the use of such is 99% propagandistically. Either to make absurd premature 'reality'-claims or to scare people into the flock.

"You'll have it coming, if you don't agree with me now".
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posted on Aug, 11 2011 @ 07:58 AM
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Originally posted by bogomil

Originally posted by XplanetX

Originally posted by bogomil
Based on a temporal (historical) estimated average of a world-population of 6 billion, and one dream per person per night, 65.700.000.000.000 dreams have taken place since then. Some of these dreams are bound to resemble future events randomly.

If what possibly is going to happen can be related to any dream, it must (to become statistically significant) thus at LEAST have a 65.700.000.000.000-proof identiticality between dream and event.



So due to the statistical significance or lack thereof, you will dismiss this man's dream entirely?

I suggest that you watch all 5 parts, it may come in handy down the track.





Due to technical limitations and also general principles, I practically never relate to web-videos. This forum is increasingly becoming a directory, where the contributors send links to 'expert' or 'specialist' sources of information. The personal dialogue part consequently becomes smaller.

It's an attitude based on authority-arguments, and that's what I relate to here. Not the specifics of the signs, wonders etc., which will be manifested, when the time comes for them to (possibly) manifest.

As a contributor once remarked here: "Have I missed Harmageddon.....again?"

Directly related to topic: Signs. wonders, prophecies etc. are, at best, VERY imprecise, and the use of such is 99% propagandistically. Either to make absurd premature 'reality'-claims or to scare people into the flock.

"You'll have it coming, if you don't agree with me now".
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I see nothing wrong with using available information on the web as a tool, I won't waste my time re-inventing the wheel. The information that this dream contains carries some weight due to it's age. In the dream he describes a time when weather patterns on the earth are all screwed up, I believe that this period of time is upon us now and will get much worse.



posted on Aug, 11 2011 @ 08:05 AM
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I see nothing wrong with using available information on the web as a tool, I won't waste my time re-inventing the wheel. The information that this dream contains carries some weight due to it's age. In the dream he describes a time when weather patterns on the earth are all screwed up, I believe that this period of time is upon us now and will get much worse.
Why is there no predictions of nuclear power plants near Tokyo melting down?
That would impress me. Did the prophecy archive search for that produce zero results?

ETA: that would be self fulfilling prophecy if such a one was uncovered, since Israeli engineers were running them when it happened.


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posted on Aug, 11 2011 @ 09:27 AM
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You wrote:

["I see nothing wrong with using available information on the web as a tool, "]

'Using it', as a basis for your own opinions, yes. Just pointing it out, waiting for a similar 'he speaks for me and instead of me', no. But that choice is yours.

Quote: ["In the dream he describes a time when weather patterns on the earth are all screwed up, I believe that this period of time is upon us now and will get much worse."]

The difference between the elitist-faith missionary and the rational approach is, that the faith-person starts from the answer and try to fit everything to it. Seeing things which hardly are there or have no direct relation to the 'answer'. While the rational approach starts from the observed and the processed and arrive at answers eventually.

Those with invasive subjective pre-determined answers often end up with killing somebody, when they run out of words.




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