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Originally posted by r2d246
Ya an EMP is another event that might fit into the equation in some way. It's hard to say. Before, after, who knows.
Let me try and explain something about fear. We have no clue what fear is really. The only time we've seen real fear for example was on 911. People got paniced by it, they were afraid. Otherwise people never get afraid anymore in our sanitized modern civil society. And that's actually a problem. Because they get dilusional into thinking that things like: Fear, pain, doom, and gloom, as you mentioned and emotional extremes are to be avoided at all cost.
Like if you go to church and you hear something, even if it's true, but if it feels uncomfortable to you, then you have the choice to just leave. And so you think by leaving somehow that will immunize you from the situation. It might temporarily but that means your not preparing so when the situation comes to pass your not ready and then your in for a serious problem. Could be as simple an analogy as someone buying a louisian coastal house but not buying hurrane insurance, thinking that everything is fine now and will remain fine, or that the hurricane will miss there house. Then when it comes there screwed.
But seriously that's our problem, we're so dumbed down, sanitized, politically correct, modern and civil that we've forgotten and completely dismissed the idea that there's powers in the universe that are to be feared. Trust me fear anger and a lot of extreme emotions can be your allie in life too. They can help protect you when used correctly. So just cuz they might seem uncomfortable don't have to run from them. What you resist will persist, and what doesn't kill you makes you stronger right?
Originally posted by cconn487
Well if it goes down like that. I will be a very unhappy camper If I don't disappear. It would be all but impossible for the majority of anyone left behind after an event like that to fend for themselves in any civilized manner.
I have no doubt lawlessness would have free reign making the planet a true "hell on earth".
On the flip side, it would forever change the way humanity lives and may be just the wake up call people need to take charge in their lives.
Originally posted by steve1709
An interesting and entertaining hypothesis up until you had to bring in religion. The disappearance of millions by different modes was stretching the bubble a bit but was still an entertaining read. But then the old religion dogma had to come into it. Why can't we have an hypothesis without the need for superstitious mumbo jumbo? Can't we destroy ourselves without religion? Please?
Originally posted by r2d246
reply to post by onthedownlow
Well you'd have to do some research. Try that John Hagee video I posted. He details the events, and he has a doctoral in theology so he could explain it better. But to get back on topic, the point was that I don't think there can be a NWO unless we see a major event take place that will put the world in fear again, similiar to 911. That world event they'll use to issue in the world government. They already have most everything if not everything they need to do a world gov. Problem is they don't have the event to traumatise the people. Once they're traumatized then everyone will beg big brother to save them and go along with anything they want, we seen that after 911. People cheering Bush Jr when he told us "who it was" and "what he was gonna do about it". But full blown lies! But yet again, it doens't matter. When people are traumatized they'll believe anything, and go along with anything. It's the Hegalian Dialectic.
Originally posted by karen61057
I do not believe in the NWO.
Originally posted by IndieA
Is the rapture pre-tribulation or post? People argue this.
What about the promised heaven on earth our 1000 years of Christ reign?