How come I'm always the last one to find out the world's about to end?
According to David Meade and "Unsealed" magazine, the end is coming this Saturday, September 23.
Except (footnote from Mr. Meade), “The world is not ending this Saturday, but the world as we know it is ending this Saturday." Hmmm. The world as I know it. So it's ending?
Mr. Meade hedges, sez the prophesies in the Book of Revelation will "manifest" that day in an escalating series of catastrophic events. So it's not the Rapture, though it might mimic the Rapture in some ways.
I had planned to go to the Farmer's Market Saturday.
"Unsealed" magazine has produced and posted on-line a 4-minute movie about Meade's theories. You gotta see it! Seriously. Go and watch. It's got special effects, animation, ethereal music, actors and models, and a real doozy of a plot. It's got dragons (and a dab of War of the Worlds). It's got a blond lady "clothed in the sun." It's Game of Thrones for Sunday School teachers.
Barak Obama did not make the cut, amazing as that is to report. They're not blaming him.
I'm a little concerned, though, about the baby born of The Tribulation who will rule with "an iron scepter." The movie explains that baby as Jesus Christ and -- AND -- "his church." I've known plenty of church people -- and I bet you have too -- who've lusted for the iron scepter and who meant nobody any good.