We might be all idiots in 2012 . The future is here , and nothing else.
We are finally here. We all somewhat seen the aftermath of K2 disaster ( nothing happens as usual.the computer grid did not crash ) , that was predicted to happen in 2000 . The procrastinators did not clearly foresee September 11th , 2001 .Now we just have to brace the 2012 phenomenon with the Maya dooms day in waiting . The Maya are described as being obsessed with Time , they had three calenders as we know of . **President Hinckley of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints curiously enough made somewhat of 'prediction' back in 1997 of which it is said that he said : "7 years of plenty and 7 years of famine and the year 2012. He alludes that the year 2012 will be the year the famine begins" . I be believe ( with an ire of sceptically ) it all began in 9-11 , may not be the end of the world , but for sure our nations cycle is up . Our nation can't get it's act together on anything , the two party system might be showing signs of collapse . 2012 is just part of that hype , we are in the future . The last decade we seen all those science fiction films that have belated us with a hypothetical picture of the future . It’s true, things have gotten infinitely worse in the last few years, but it does say in the Bible that things are going to get a lot harder in the end days along with earthquakes, famines and other tragedies. I look at all the earthquakes reported in the news and the tsunamis and I go “wow” because there weren’t so many of this kind of thing, so frequently reported all over the earth, and then 2001 hits and then a few years later (now), so many earthquakes and tsunamis hit! It’s like it’s serving as a warning to people to be ready not for famine, necessarily, but for a sign from God that HE has not forgotten about his coming back to rapture the christians, but we should pay more attention to the signs leading up to that point. I don’t think we’ll ever see a 7 year peace treaty signed in Israel by any anti christ because I believe that christians will be raptured before all the nightmares and tortures on earth to do with the antichrist even begins, in fact – I believe that christians might not even know who will rise to BE the antichrist at all, we’ll just be raptured entirely. Ok, so I know I’ve gone off on another thing, but I guess what I’m saying is… unless there’s a real prophet from God, and I know for a fact that he’s not false, looking me in the face and telling me that there’s going to be some sort of horrid tragedy happen in 2012, then I’m not going to worry, I have a future right now, and for all I know I’m going to graduate from college and get married someday…and for all we know, if something huge is going to happen in 2012, it could be the rapture itself. And a calendar..is just a calendar, and when you think of it, the traditional calendar we have today is going to have to keep going – rapture or not – until the end of the world itself, or until people just stop keeping up with the day and focusing on the times that lay ahead lol….
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This he said back in 1997 , for sure it seems what he said came true in regards to the economic mess of 2008 & 2011. Funny he refers to Banks, and bad loans . We had 30 years notice , but no one heeded any warnings!
**President Hinckley quoted as said :
**President Hinckley quoted as said :
See URL : http://lds.org/general-conference/1998/10/to-the-boys-and-to-the-men?lang=eng:Now, brethren, I want to make it very clear that I am not prophesying, that I am not predicting years of famine in the future. But I am suggesting that the time has come to get our houses in order.So many of our people are living on the very edge of their incomes. In fact, some are living on borrowings.We have witnessed in recent weeks wide and fearsome swings in the markets of the world. The economy is a fragile thing. A stumble in the economy in Jakarta or Moscow can immediately affect the entire world. It can eventually reach down to each of us as individuals. There is a portent of stormy weather ahead to which we had better give heed.I hope with all my heart that we shall never slip into a depression. I am a child of the Great Depression of the thirties.In December of 1997, 55 to 60 million households in the United States carried credit card balances. These balances averaged more than $7,000 and cost $1,000 per year in interest and fees. Consumer debt as a percentage of disposable income rose from 16.3 percent in 1993 to 19.3 percent in 1996.Everyone knows that every dollar borrowed carries with it the penalty of paying interest. When money cannot be repaid, then bankruptcy follows. There were1,350,118 bankruptcies in the United States last year. This represented a 50 percent increase from 1992. In the second quarter of this year, nearly 362,000 persons filed for bankruptcy, a record number for a three-month period.We are beguiled by seductive advertising. Television carries the enticing invitation to borrow up to 125 percent of the value of one’s home. But no mention is made of interest.