Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Where was I yesterday? Working. (I don't blog for a living unfortunately.) If I don't post, I'm working, so don't worry about sending me concerned emails. We're fine here! We're just working. We have dumb jobs like everyone else, and sometimes we get busy.

Same today, except that the world is probably coming to an end. Yes, I know the Large Hadron Collider was switched on and we're all still here, but there's still another shot at Doomsday. Check it.

Besides this type of speculation, an unusual number of important events will occur beginning in 2012. NASA is predicting the next Solar Maximum will arrive in 2012 and will be the strongest in 50 years. At the same time, the sun will align with the center of the Milky Way for the first time in 26,000 years, on the exact date of the end of the Mayan calendar, Dec. 21, 2012. This will also be the year when the United States and the United Nations elect a new president and a new secretary general, considered by some to be the two most powerful "thrones" on earth, and the seat from which prophecy experts say the Antichrist will rule or receive power...

Based on his research into the Jewish Feasts, Pastor Mark Biltz of El Shaddai Ministries believes this time frame between 2012-2015 could be prophetic and may signal the return of Christ. He says for people who believe in a "pre-tribulation rapture," this would make the year 2008 very important. For those who believe in a mid-tribulation rapture, 2012 may mark their departure. And on his website, he adds "if you're prewrath, then 2014 might be interesting [and] if you're a posttribber, 2015 is the date to watch for."

Something tells me these people will always have a job. I also have a feeling that the antichrist will come sometime after all of the doomsayers have just given up and gone home. So take it from me, when you stop seeing articles like this, we may be in for some real trouble.

As for today, we're fine. Back to work.