posted on Nov, 21 2011 @ 12:18 PM
In light of recent messages from Warren Jeffs, the imprisoned Mormon Child Rapist, I find myself in a situation where I am going to be grouped with
this guy, as we are both claiming something major about to go down in Arizona. I have been saying this for 6 months and my blog posts’ published
dates will verify this: ashcloudarizona.com. However, the FLDS are charging for Jeff’s “prophecies” in order to pay for his lawyers, and I am
not interested in remunerations nor am I pimping out little girls to sleazy Mormon polygamists. All I can say is that I have been trying to tell
people this since late July 2011, and Jeffs and his clan only recently began making predictions about Arizona. I’ve also discussed this in replies
to other threads on ATS, and if you are interested you can follow this prediction in those. I’ve been emailing media outlets in the Southwest since
July, but as Jeffs has a brainwashed following and the attention of the national media, I’m sure that when this does happen, he and his followers
will use it to to try and vindicate his distorted world view and immoral behavior. Either way, there is no way I can avoid being accused of
appropriating the message from a fringe LDS sect, but if you follow the dates on my blog, it is obvious that I’ve been on this for six months.
Before I begin, we need to make a distinction between “knowledge” and “belief”. I “believe” that this is going to happen, but I cannot
“know” without uncertainty that it is going to happen, until it does. Beliefs can be wrong, but true knowledge is self evident. If these things
do not come to pass, then I will be forced to re-evaluate my belief system. I am the first to admit that If I am wrong, a major period of self
reflection is in order, where I must confront my delusions (if that is what they turn out to be), in order to identify what is leading me astray. I
am going to try a relay this without the typical pseudo-mystical phrasing and poor homages to historical prophecy that infect most of the
Predictions/Prophecies on ATS and similar forums.
I don’t have any followers that I am trying to manipulate or satiate, nor am I in any way seeking financial incentives in doing this. I believe
that for reasons unknown to me, I have been given a message to relay. I am not associated with any organization, spiritual or otherwise, that I am
trying to recruit for or promote. I will link to my blog, but there are no ads or pay per click bs involved in it, it is merely a free wordpress page
with nothing but my thoughts.
What I believe is going to happen, is that within the next year to 18 months, there is going to be a catastrophic seismic/geological event in Arizona
that will result in an Ash Cloud that will impact the American Southwest and alter the history of the United States. As earthquakes and volcanoes are
different manifestations of the same fundamental processes, namely violent tectonic activity within the earth, I think that this event will be a
combination of both.
I do not think this will be the “End of the World” or the end of existence on earth. I don’t buy in to the christian eschatology that the
physical Universe will cease in the “End Times” and that we are headed for annihilation as a species. I do think that physical phenomenon are
harbingers of metaphysical change, so I view this event more as an instantiation of the “violence” that is often associated with transitions and
creations within the Universe.
As noted prior, the FLDS leader Warren Jeffs is now saying the same thing. I probably should have posted this on ATS earlier, but I have been
emailing newspapers and local television networks since July, and my blog verifies this message. Ultimately, I cannot avoid being grouped with this
clown and his followers at this point. I have nothing to do with any Mormon or Moroni(c) Angels or golden plates or Joseph Smith or magic underwear.
I distrust all organized religions, but The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints occupies a special role in my hierarchy of scourges on
humanity. It is possible that their “prophets” might also have access to future information, but they are using it for evil and personal gain.
Mormons have been using prophecy to guide their flock since the 19th century, and even though they may have some skills in divination, they have
interpreted the messages erroneously. Joseph Smith thought he was some sort of messiah that will lead humanity to a new age. He was/is not. Nor is
any Mormon ever going to fill that role.