The apocalypse began in 2021 and Jesus wants revenge


According to a theologian who died years ago, the apocalypse has begun and it culminates with the revenge tour of Jesus H. Christ.

According to a man of religion and knowledge, the apocalypse will begin in 2021, culminating with the long threatened return tour of Jesus Christ in 2028. So says Dr F Kenton Beshore, former president of the World Bible Society and theologian, who also happens to be dead.

In his book “When: when will the rapture take place?” “, The theologian writes:” The parable of the fig tree is a prophecy of the rebirth of the nation of Israel.

He explains: “The Greek expression ‘panta tauta’ which translates to ‘all these things’ refers to the onset of labor pains (Matthew 24: 8).

“Jesus said, in fact, that when you see the pains of childbirth – World War I and World War II and the famines, pestilences and earthquakes – you will know His return is approaching. The Greek word ‘genea’ translates to ‘generation’.

“It literally means ‘born one.’ Jesus said that this “born” (the nation of Israel) will exist when he returns. “

Obviously, the dead theologian (other than promising a war commanded by General Jesus against Russia and Iran on religious grounds) has done his homework. In his book, he noted that “seven major signs have already been performed, five major signs are currently in the process of being performed, and another 15 major signs have yet to be performed. “

Could any of these major signs be a global example of a massive plague? Dr Beshore did not say. But he didn’t say no.

He has a friend in David Montaigne, a man who introduced himself as a “scholar of prophecy” after predicting that the world would end in 2019.

This prediction came from his 2013 volume End of Times and 2019: the end of the Mayan calendar and the countdown to Judgment Day. Montaigne believes that an astronomical alignment on this date will cause ecological conflicts, throwing us definitively into the abyss.

Davey had previously predicted that the world would end in 2016, via the appearance of the antichrist, a direct consequence of Barack Obama’s accession to the presidency. I think we can all agree that it would have been a much nicer apocalypse. I do not believe that Montaigne is a racist, but a man / being of a superior intelligence, who repays a debt. He knew the world dying on top of new optimism would have been a painless last breath. Something like dying in your sleep.

On his website, Montaigne claims that: “… on December 21, 2019, survivors will experience the first day of a pole shift – when the entire surface of the planet shifts and moves over the most fluid layers below. the crust. Over the next few days, this will cause earthquakes, tidal waves and volcanic activity that will almost completely destroy what remains of our civilization. There is a mountain of evidence in the historical, geological and biological records showing that such pole shifts have already occurred. Even the Bible describes them repeatedly. I think we’ll experience another pole shift for the week following December 21, 2019, getting worse every day until natural disasters peak on December 28 – Judgment Day. “

By paying his due to David, our magnetic poles can shift, and this has happened before. In this regard, NASA says that “… inversions are the rule, not the exception. The Earth has settled over the past 20 million years in a pole-reversal pattern about every 200,000 to 300,000 years, although it has been more than twice as long since the last reversal. A turnaround happens over hundreds or thousands of years, and it’s not exactly a clean backflip. Magnetic fields transform, push and attract each other, with multiple poles emerging at strange latitudes throughout the process. Scientists estimate that reversals have occurred at least hundreds of times over the past three billion years. And while reversals have occurred more frequently in “recent years,” when dinosaurs walked the Earth, a reversal was more likely to occur than every one million years or so.

If Montaigne was clearly wrong, let’s hope our new (questionable) diviner is right. Bring the apocalypse.


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