Tuesday, 29 May 2012

Before the End of Days - and After

So, May 27th 2012 has been and gone and I don't think the world has ended (of course it could have and I might just be imagining that I am here, doing this etc but that philosophical debate is a bit much at this time of day) It's likely that I have misinterpreted the prophecies though. I downloaded the book to my Kindle 3 days before May 27th, but with the backlog of books to be read on Kindle quickly becoming as large as the pile of 'real' books to read which are in piles around the house, I haven't got very far yet.






The prophecies revealed in Robert Weinland 's book tells us that that the date given is the end of "man's self rule" and apparently the demise of the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Great Britain and much of western Europe and which will be followed by man's final world war. This war will be the result of clashing religions and the governments they sway. Billions will die and the destruction of this time will far exceed the very worst times of human history. The book is directed to the "people of three major religions. Islam, Christianity and Judaism who's roots are in the God of Abraham"

With the massacre of innocent, defenceless people in Syria becoming more appalling by the day and other grotesque events happening around the world by the minute, it's not difficult to conclude that this really is the end of humanity as I understand it. As Einstein stated - It has become appallingly obvious that our thechnology has exceeded our humanity.
 Read more here

I will not be asking 'God' what to do in this situation. I have long since passed a belief in one god as being plausible.

But I do believe in the power of prayer, which seems as if this is all that can be done by some of us in these awful times. If the positivity of thoughts can somehow be transmitted into the ether and then into the minds of individuals whose lives are being destroyed and into the minds of the perpetrators of these inhumane crimes then just maybe this world may get a little relief.

In the name of humanity, I pray.



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