Saturday, October 08, 2005

A Day of Calamity

And yet another disaster has hit. In Guatemala heavy rains and destructive mudslides have killed hundreds of people. In one instance a mudslide buried an entire town of at least 800 people. And now word this morning that Pakistan has suffered a 7.6 earthquake in populated areas and a number of fairly large aftershocks. Buildings have collapsed, homes destroyed, and many thousands have lost their lives. It has been written:

"For after your testimony cometh the testimony of earthquakes, that shall cause groanings in the midst of her, and men shall fall upon the ground and shall not be able to stand.

"And also cometh the testimony of the voice of thunderings, and the voice of lightnings, and the voice of tempests, and the voice of the waves of the sea heaving themselves beyond their bounds.

"And all things shall be in commotion; and surely, men's hearts shall fail them; for fear shall come upon all people"

Is God responsible for all of this destruction? Are we, in what people call "The Last Days"? There have been calamities throughout the earth's history. Many many disasters. How can we blame God for these things? It is true however that if we do not have his protection by doing the things that he has asked, we will be left to that which comes. Not very scientific eh? However the rain falls on the just and the unjust alike.

One thing that can help us, is to be prepared. History shows us that these disasters and calamities will occur again and again. It would be quite wise to prepare ahead of time. Emergency preparedness has become a necessity.
What are you doing to prepare?

9 comments:

Peter said...

We have intellect and intelligence which under all religous belief systems is "God given" however the choice not to use them is a man thing as he prefers to play a priori with his penis.
it is called "leadership".

runsise said...

the last days of our written books.

Anonymous said...

Any updates on the cubical ships surrounding the planet, gary?

Anonymous said...

Interesting, your pictures from the ISS of hurricane Francis and the cubical crafts above it. Then with this rain in the Northeast, and the story about the ATC radars at Logan airport picking up "phantom targets" that were setting off collision warnings and forced them to decrease air traffic.

Anonymous said...

Interesting site. Is it a coincidence that the global chemtrail program began in earnest in 1999... just as the events of 76P unfolded?

What does TMB believe? Do data suggest mankind at the hand of global weather manipulation utilizing scalar wave technologies to emmanetize the eschaton, or external galactic third parties utilzing technologies to cleanse the planet for the new "jerusalem"?

Can the weather wars be between mankind and external beings and/or galactic forces, rather than rogue terrorist groups and the west? IMHO, it is more difficult believing the latter.

N.B. Would be curious to see the group explore any perceived link of chemtrails/weather wars with events surrounding 76P in an upcoming article!

Anonymous said...

please update. i know there are things occuring that haven't been reported elsewhere.

Anonymous said...

At first, I thought you guys were "Owls", but you're starting to sound more like "Roosters".

(RavenWolf...Founder of "The Millennium Group" "We believe we can't just sit back & hope for a happy ending."
http://www.angelfire.com/rings/themillenniumgroup/ )

iridescent cuttlefish said...

Hey Guys!
Just came across the Millennium stuff for the first time and it struck me right off the bat that you might like to include some stuff from one of Hannes Alfvén's brightest proteges, Bibhas De.

(from that link):

Hannes Alfvén on Bibhas De

…(Bibhas) De predicted the existence of a ring around Uranus which was discovered several years later (see B. De, 1978). This is the only time an essential new feature of the solar system has been predicted by a theory of solar system formation.

- Hannes Alfvén, Cosmic Plasma

Tons of cool stuff there, sounding strangely similar to what you've got going on here, including this little gem:

The Cat and the Eel

Anonymous said...

Last updated in 2005? I guess this site is dead. What a shame, I used to get a lot of pleasure out of reading the stuff on here.