Thursday, May 26, 2011

Camping It Up Again

It's the "I was almost right" argument.

May 21st, 2011 -- Judgment Day. A good person would be raptured up to heaven, eternal salvation, but an unsaved one would simply perish, his consciousness wiped away forever.

Instead of the whole world falling apart at the same time, May 21st would be a methodical doomsday, step by step. Starting at the international dateline, each time zone would experience great earthquakes at 6 PM local time.

Or so claimed Family Radio President Harold Camping who sat at home on that fateful day, waiting for news from the other side of the world about God's judgment marching along the globe, each time zone a falling domino.

Then nothing happened.

So Camping went into seclusion while some of his followers were pissed off, including the ones that spent their own money to spread the world about doomsday through such outlets as billboards, books, and even a lit sign on top of a car.

But Camping is back. He says he was wrong -- sorta. You see he looked over his calculations and decided he was off by five months. Be assured that the world will end on October 21st.

And what about his May 21st prediction? Camping says he was almost right. That day was a spiritual Judgment Day that placed all of us under Christ's judgment. Hey, is that fair? Shouldn't there have been a mystical sign on that day? We can't just take Camping's word for it. In 1994 his first doomsday prediction didn't come to pass. Note to God: Get a better messenger.

So May 21st was Judgment Day in a sense. Doomsday is still a'coming.

This bit sounded familiar to me. So I checked and I was right.

Ladies and Gentlemen, let's travel back to 19th Century and meet the Millerites. They were the followers of William Miller who prophesied the world was going to end sometime between March 21st, 1843 and March 21st, 1844. (What is it about the 21st of the month that lends itself to an End Times date?) But nothing happened, especially on the latter date.

So a new date was determined: April 18th, 1844. More nothing. So the Millerites decided that they had entered a "tarrying time," that is, a time of waiting for Christ to come down from the clouds.

Then a Millerite preacher named Samuel J. Snow did his calculations and Shazam! -- doomsday was going to hit on October 22nd, 1844. Guess what happened? Clue: that date is known as the Great Disappointment.

Three strikes, you're out.

But ye of little faith -- please listen. According to one group of Millerites something did happen on October 21st, 1844. Miller's prophecy was based on a line from the bible, Daniel 8:14-8:14:

"And he answered him,* ‘For two thousand three hundred evenings and mornings; then the sanctuary shall be restored to its rightful state.’ "

The sanctuary was assumed to be the Earth and the restoration was a cleansing. But that assumption was in error, said this group of Millerites. The cleansing was done in heaven. (Gee, I didn't know that heaven could get so untidy and dirty. Oxymoron: pigsty heaven.) From this group grew a new movement, the Seventh-day Adventist Church.

So history repeats itself. "Tarrying time," "heavenly cleansing," and now "spiritual Judgment Day." The common denominator: all three have to be taken on faith.

Or be taken with a strong dose of cognitive dissonance.

Monday, May 16, 2011

Will You Survive The Camping Trip?

Mark your calendar. May 21st, 2011.

It's the end of the world.

If you're a good Christian, raptured to heaven you will go. As for the rest of us, we're screwed.

So says Harold Camping, President of Family Radio, a Christian broadcasting service heard throughout the world via shortwave radio. I wrote about his prediction back in 2009 [ ]. I almost forgot that the hour was nigh. (Sin is so distracting.)

How can Camping declare the world will end when it's stated in the Bible that no one will be tipped off about when Final Judgment is going to hit?

This point is raised at the Family Radio Website:

"No one except God knows the time of the end of the world. How does anyone dare to teach that the Rapture and the Day of Judgment will occur on May 21, 2011? Doesn’t the Bible say very plainly that no one can know the day or the hour of Christ’s return? Indeed the Bible did teach that. "

But there is an out for someone like Harold Camping. As he notes:

"Therefore, regardless of how brilliant or how learned a theologian or Bible student might have been, or how diligently they studied the Bible or faithfully served Christ, it was impossible to learn from the Bible the timetable for the end of the world. Anyone who claimed he knew the time of the end was always wrong.

"Nevertheless, there is a very striking statement in the Bible. It is recorded in Ecclesiastes 8:5. There God declares:

"'Whoso keepeth the commandment shall feel no evil thing: and a wise man’s heart discerneth [better translation: will know] both time and judgment.'

"In the Bible a wise man is a true believer, to whom God has given a profound trust in the authority of the Bible. True believers have been in existence since the beginning of time. But the timeline of history as it is revealed in the Bible was never revealed to the hearts of the true believers. For example, throughout most of the church age it was generally believed that Creation occurred in the year 4004 B.C.

"However, about 35 years ago God began to open the true believers’ understanding of the timeline of history..."

From this point Camping uses "logical" reasoning -- or as I call it, hyperlogic -- to say that the situation has changed, a wise man (Camping) has new knowledge revealed by God that allows one to now see the hidden messages in the Bible pertaining to the timeline of creation and destruction. The "That was then, this is now" argument.

As Camping explains:

"Therefore, whatever end-time information had been given to Daniel, but was not to be understood until the time of the end, had to have been included in the Bible before the Bible was completed. However, God wrote it in such a way that it could not be understood until the world was almost at its end."

Camping bases his claims on all sorts of historical calculations, assuming that certain events went down at certain times, and then uses what I call hypermath to prove his statement about the quickly approaching last day.

So what will happen on the last day of life as we know it?

On a Web page called "FACTS about May 21, 2011" Camping says a great earthquake -- of biblical proportions, of course -- will shake the world, opening up all the graves. The remains of the faithful will be transformed into spiritual bodies while those of the unsaved will be thrown to the ground to be shamed. And what about the living? Camping states:

"The inhabitants who survive this terrible earthquake will exist in a world of horror and chaos beyond description. Each day people will die until October 21, 2011 when God will completely destroy this earth and its surviving inhabitants."

Apparently the living good souls get beamed up to the Starship Enterprise -- oops, I mean heaven. As for the unsaved, we don't get tossed into the eternal fires of Satan's Spa; instead, we just lose consciousness when we die during the horror and chaos, just snuffed out (Camping believes in the Christian belief of annihilationism).

As a hippie would say: "Man, what a far out trip!"

Keep in mind that Camping predicted The End was going to happen in 1994 in one of his books. But he explains that people overlooked an important part of the book's title: "1994?" -- the stress on the "?" (Yup, don't forget that weasely question mark.) Also, once again using the "That was then, this is now" argument, Camping says when he wrote his book certain important biblical knowledge remained unknown.

Of course, in one way Camping could be right. If he happens to die that day, the world will end -- for him.

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Family Radio Website:

No Man Knows The Day Or Hour?

FACTS about May 21, 2011

Harold Camping

Friday, May 13, 2011

JFK's Far Out Affair

Did President John F. Kennedy engage in extramarital extraterrestrial sex?

If the story is true, then it was one small shtup for a man, one giant shtup for mankind.

According to backwards voice analyst Jon Kelly, President Kennedy made an unconscious slip during his last press conference. By reversing and digitizing a key statement made by JFK, Kelly claims there's evidence that JFK had sexual intercourse with an ET, either as a contactee or as an abductee. In an excerpt of his video presentation (see link below) Kelly notes that JFK was known for his many affairs, including movie star Marilyn Monroe who was a presidential mistress.

Kelly can tease out unconscious messages through his backwards speech analysis to reveal hidden truths. In the video excerpt the reversed words of JFK seem to say: "He had sex with an alien."

How doe Kelly find these hidden messages? In an Internet radio interview with "Insights for the Soul" he states:

"I was someone who had a background in yoga and understood the yoga philosophy about the human voice and its impact on unconscious processes, and I applied that in this technologically-enabled field where we use computers to digitize the voice, find samples that have provocative influence on unconscious processes, helping people to access and resolve deep issues."

From that quote I gather that Kelly looks for "samples," parts of a reversed recording that sound like human speech. If that's the case -- sampling -- then it could be argued that with any reversed speech if you listen to long enough you might encounter something that seems to be a hidden message. I wonder what the ratio is with usable versus unusable material. Does he have to plow through a lot of noise to find a short signal?

Here's an excerpt from his appearance on the "Insights" program where he presents two examples of hidden messages:

With this process he has discovered hidden messages with other US presidents. I would like to know more about his research with JFK and the alien sexual encounter but it costs $4.95 to view Kelly's online program, "President Kennedy's Secret UFO Messages Revealed." Sorry, my research budget is too lean lately to dig further.

Kelly also uses backwards voice analysis for therapeutic purposes through his clinical services. He records a client on the phone (with permission, of course) and then shares his findings. A private telephone session includes a 10 minute interview and voice analysis with detailed interpretation plus an audio copy of the session to download. Only $120 through PayPal.

If you want to listen and see how his therapy works, the "Insights for the Soul" program linked below includes his analysis of a phone recording with a co-host of the show.

As for me, this backwards talk has revived some memories for me. I'm going to dig out my dusty LPs and listen to all those backmasked satanic messages buried in the vinyl grooves.

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"Insights for the Soul" with Guest Jon Kelly

Video excerpt: President's 'alien affair' leaked in secret on new TV show

Jon Kelly - home page:

Sunday, May 08, 2011

Time Travel Validated Obama's Destiny

During his 2008 campaign Barack Obama didn't have to worry about being elected to the presidency of the United States. It was a done deal, time-traveling government agents told him.

According to researcher Alfred Lambremont Webre (see links below) the president belongs to a third generation CIA family. Someone else under the control of the CIA. Ho-hum.

But what makes this CIA-connected conspiracy stand out is that the Agency has access to quantum access time travel. According to Webre and a whistle blower named Andrew D. Basiago (link below), a highly-classified operation called Project Pegasus allows the government to probe into the space-time continuum, using Tesla technology to teleport someone into the past or future or to somewhere like Mars.

Basiago claims that as a young child in the 1970's he served as a Project Pegasus chrononaut. Future presidents -- both Bushes and Bill Clinton -- had been "pre-identified" through time travel probes. He says that in 1982 Barack Obama was aware that one day he would sit in the White House thanks to pre-identification information provided by the government.

This time travel talk bugs me. Look at how the government screws up stuff at times thanks to boobs in its employ. It has time travel and hasn't made any major mistakes to reveal that secret like cavemen suddenly wandering around Times Square, clubbing people over the head?

And why tell a presidential candidate that his election is in the bag? Wouldn't that make the candidate question the existence of free will? I could see Obama resent being nothing more than a puppet of destiny, compelled to try fighting the future.

Unless he's being controlled by a microchip implanted in his brain...

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"Hidden story behind Jesse Ventura & Piers Morgan’s CNN clash over Obama CIA ties" By Alfred Lambremont Webre April 18th, 2011 10:10 am PT

"Investigative reporter: Newly released Obama birth certificate forensic forgery" By Alfred Lambremont Webre April 29th, 2011 6:45 pm PT

"CLASSIFIED US Government time travel 'quantum access' capability REVEALED by government whistleblower" Monday, 18 April 2011 20:12