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reply to post by darkbake
Refered to seven kings, five has gone one is and not (not died) and when the seventh come he'll last a short time and then the eighth arrives he'll be one of the seven (short version).
If you consider about the resignation of the last pope, Could he'll be the eighth king?
Stay alert to Francis
BDW "Francisco I" He take this name not about Francisco de Asis but "Francisco Javier" one of the Jesuist founders.
Just remember it's always darkest before the dawn
Originally posted by jaws1975
What if we are in the end times? We can all feel that we are on the precipice of something big, and the high strangeness of the last couple of weeks in politics has only strengthened that feeling. A lot of people are confused as to why this attack on Syria is such a priority. It seems like the president and many other high level politicians are willing to throw away all the political capitol they have spent decades cultivating, for something that is hugely unpopular on both sides of the political line. Why is that, and why now?
Why NOT now? You chose a single event that is popular in the mas media and made that the focal point of your prediction?
What about some months back and the Boston bombing? Or a few years back and Iraq? Or Afghanistan? Or Iraq again? Or 7/7 ? Or 9/11? Or Korea? Or WW2? Or WW1?
Why are you singling out this one, very transient event and deciding THAT is some indication of something "big"? This sort of thing happens ALL THE TIME. Syria, is nothing new. It's not an indication of something big - it's just yet another sad story that plagues an immature, uncivilised portion of the world - hell, ALL of us in the world for that matter.
Just because Syria is the current flavour of the month is no indication of something around the corner. You only feel that way because it sits on your mind, I assume, and you're trying to make sense of it.
But nothing "big" is coming. Syria, Israel, Iran or any of those draconian societies and their medieval methods of human governance are not an indication of something "Big". They've always been like that and they most likely will be for a long time to come.
Then you have another group of people who are ignorant of the details, and yet vehemently assert that nothing will come of any of it.