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January 1, 2003

Annual end-of-the-world post 2003

by Feòrag

Another year has passed and most of us have recovered from our Hogmanay excesses, so now is the time to see what 2003 has in store.

T. Chase's Revelation 13: Astrology for the New Age, Prophecies of the Future is an exposition of a new holistic method of prophecy that combines Astrology and other New Age Schools, mythology, religion, the prophecies of Nostradamus, and numerical analysis. As well as explaining the Russian president, Vladimir Putin, is the Antichrist, the site contains a helpful prophecy calendar. Many of the predictions don't require any great insight - Trouble with Al Qaida and Muslim terrorists?, Economic problems, possibly an India-Pakistan war or more general war in the world, for example.

We can expect Major Satanic events on January 4th and 5th, and again on December 11th. the whole of November and December sounds quite exciting:

Nov. 8, 2003, total lunar eclipse over N. America and Europe, and in Dec. 2003 a 666 day interval date, possibly significant events concerning the Antichrist at that time. Saturn is high in the sky (its hightest point in the sky in the Northern Hemisphere in 30 years) and at opposition Dec. 31, 2003. And Dec. 11, 2003, Pluto is in conjunction with the Sun, the Fourth Horseman Death and Disease could be riding hard. Watch for Satanic events then - economic and/or stock market crash, trouble with Red China or Muslim crazies. Big problems are likely then, the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse.

But we might not be around to see them if Prep2003 is right. A large banner at proclaims 134 DAYS REMAINING at the top of the home page of this site which aims to educate as many people as possible through the posting of information on current earthchanges and the changes in our solar system. In particular that an incoming planet will be responsible for a global cataclysm. But they're not so sure whether it will be this year or not:

Right now, the concensus is that we don't think Planet X is going to pass by in 2003 and kill 90% of the world's population. We were supposed to be able to see this planet in Orion with our amateur scopes by Spring of 2002, then it was supposed to be June, then the end of August and now in November of 2002 it has become painfully obvious to all in the know that the PX in 2003 proponents haven't a clue when PX is coming either, but that is their story and they are sticking to it.

Much more Planet X information comes from Mark Hazelwood who explains Our planet is about to go through massive regular earthchanges once again in the Spring of 2003 as a result of the passage of our 10th planet through our immediate solar system and that foreknowledge of this is being deliberately suppressed:

Insiders from NASA, DoD national military intelligence, SETI, and the CIA speculate 2/3 of the population of the planet will perish during the coming pole-shift caused by the passage of Planet X in 2003. Another 2/3 of those that survive initially will pass away to starvation and exposure to the elements within 6 months. Most every secretive government agency in the USA is fully aware of what is expected in 2003 and are readying themselves. The Vatican is fully abreast of what is expected. The public is not being warned and given their chance to prepare.

To Infinity and Beyond is a stroll through failed prophecies-to-be - a long list of dated prophecies with summaries of each and links where appropriate. Right now, we should be worrying about Dr. Joseph R. Kopeski's prediction that the Earth is slowing down and will stop rotating on 16th January 2003, assuming you're still alive to read this. The good news, according to Dr. Joe, is that what with all the floods, fires, earthquakes, assorted other earth changes and mass starvation that'll happen in the interim, most of us will be long dead by the time the Jan. deadline rolls around.

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1: Posted by: Ben | April 3, 2003 1:40 PM

Would you be able to tell me if there has been a number of scientists that have myteriously dieds when experimenting on views over Planet x? If you havre any information or your view even, can yoyu e-mail me back please? Thank you for your time. Ben

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