Well folks here we are on May 20th, the supposed day before the end of the world. I don't know about you, but I have plans for Sunday that don't include sitting out an earthquake, or whatever fire and brimstone these fear mongers have predicted. I understand the megamind behind all of this nonsense has based it on mathematical calculations beginning with the day Jesus died. Unless he has access to archaeological records that the rest of the world does not, I'd be curious to know where he got his information as to the exact date.
Also, unless he has access to biological information that the rest of us do not, the only way for the soul to leave the body is for the body to die. So, I guess he's predicting a mass die off. Well I suppose that's one way to end the overpopulation crisis.
Now don't get me wrong. I do have a firm believe in God, and having read the Bible in the original Greek, which I'd be willing to bet he has not, a love of Jesus and what he really said, not what we've been told he did. I also believe that Plato was accurate when he said, there are three beliefs necessary for faith.
1. There is only one God.
2. You have a soul
3. The soul is immortal.
I wonder what those folks spreading the fear are going to do on Sunday, when they're still here? Stay tuned this could get interesting.
PS: Foal watch starts this weekend.