What if this isn't really the apocalypse?

They may be using the Biblical apocalypse as a script, because people are much less threatening when they're waiting for Jesus to magically save them instead of stepping up to save themselves with the power of God.

Thoughts?

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  1. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >Revelation
    >a surprising and previously unknown fact, especially one that is made known in a dramatic way.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Are you saying this is the revelation?

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        only if the people are convinced

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      [redacted]
      >*reveals preference*

      ?si=8oKz9v1hRCaiFoil

  2. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >They may be using the Biblical apocalypse as a script
    Who's "they"? No human agency could fake an 'apocalypse'. The world of experience is scripted by immaterial archons. Daniel and Revelation give the game plan.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >Who's "they"? No human agency could fake an 'apocalypse'

      World governments have had the technology to make you see and hear things that aren't there for literal decades.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Nah, they're too incompetent.

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          You can go read their patents on mind control right now if you wanted. Stick your head in the sand though that's cool too.

          I bet you will believe it when "Jesus" appears in the sky

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Shill

  3. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Nobody is coming to save you

    “…Christ was the Immortal Spirit in man… It did not and could not depend on any single manifestation in one historic personality.”

    Historic Christianity originated with turning the…teachings inside out and externalizing the mythical allegory in a personal human history.…a huge and hideous mistake…”

    “Christianity took the type figure of the divine in man for the Divine Man. It exalted the alleged Divine Man…but left the divine in man to grovel in the dust…

    …it shifted the center of gravity, so to say, from the cult of the Christ within to that of the Christ without, or from the Christ as principle to Christ as a man.”

  4. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Bible is predictice programming. They write up the endgame they want and pass it as "prophecy" then the peoples belief and want of it to happen makes it easier for them to manifest it unnopposed.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      CCRU may be a bunch of methed up nerds, but the word you’re looking for is

      Hyperstition

  5. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I feel like people who are waiting to be saved instead of doing their best to live a Christ like life no matter what the state of the world is are missing the forest for the trees.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      True. Although Jesus also instructed us to be vigilant and watchful for signs of the end times. He recommended paying attention to the prophets.

  6. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    History is littered with the rises and falls of civilizations and kingdoms. Some very clever folks decided they'd rig the game and go global shortly after the last great European war. Entire purges within nations followed, the lines were shifted, the real wars for power were fought within borders rather than across them. Seemingly opposed powers played an irl game risk sweeping up territories, to consolidate into a monolithic structure when the time was deemed ripe. Societies reeled and teetered in upheavals, but out clever heroes held things together, more or less, as their strange new geopolitical beast sloughed towards the new millennium. At high costs they achieved something resembling a peace and prosperity as they prepared for the final push towards an imagined cultural immortality. There was no thing as too much blood shed, nor destruction too great — the perceived greater goodness of their goals excused evils that no good men or women would formerly have deemed 'necessary'. Drunk on their own fictions and turning a blind eye to unfavorable omens and portents, they plunged into the nascent years of the aughts with success nearly in their grasp.

    But alas, it was all an illusion of their own contriving, and success was no nearer to them than to the civilizations and kingdoms that rose and fall before them. The piper must be paid, the reaper will not be avoided, the great wheel cannot be stopped. Our clever heroes were not the game-changing generation they imagined themselves to be, and nemesis came for them to cure them of their hubris. History is littered with the rises and falls of civilizations and kingdoms. Some great, some long-lasting. This illusionary kingdom, never more than a dream, won't even rate a footnote in the sands of time.

    Sand keeps no history, only the suggestion of voices in ceaseless winds blowing over vast deserts will remain will remind, now or then, of what is fast passing.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      tldr

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      History is littered with the rises and falls of civilizations and kingdoms. Some very clever folks decided they'd rig the game and go global shortly after the last great war. Entire purges within nations followed, lines were shifted, the real wars for dominance were fought within borders rather than across them. Seemingly opposed powers played an irl game of risk, sweeping up territories, to consolidate into a monolithic geopolitical structure when the time was deemed ripe.

      Societies reeled and teetered in upheavals, a sea change of customs and morality; but our clever heroes held things together (more or less) as this strange new geopolitical beast sloughed towards the new millennium.

      At high cost they achieved something resembling peace and prosperity as they prepared for the final push towards an imagined cultural immortality. There was no thing as too much blood shed, nor destruction too great — the perceived greater good of their goal excused evils that no good men or women would formerly have deemed 'necessary'. Drunk on their own fictions and turning a blind eye to unfavorable omens and portents, they plunged into the nascent years of the millennium with success nearly in reach.

      But alas, it was all an illusion of their own contriving, and success was no nearer to them than to the civilizations and kingdoms that rose and fall before them. The piper must be paid, the reaper cannot be avoided, the great wheel will not be stopped. Our clever heroes were not the game-changing generation they imagined themselves to be, and nemesis came for them to cure them of their hubris.

      History is littered with the rises and falls of civilizations and kingdoms. Some great, some long-lasting. This illusionary kingdom, never more than a dream, was neither.

      Sand records no history. The suggestion of voices in a ceaseless wind, blowing across a vast desert, will be their only legacy. So it goes,

      >Better, right?

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        History is littered with the rises and falls of civilizations and kingdoms. Some very clever folks decided they'd rig the game and go global shortly after the last great European war. Entire purges within nations followed, the lines were shifted, the real wars for power were fought within borders rather than across them. Seemingly opposed powers played an irl game risk sweeping up territories, to consolidate into a monolithic structure when the time was deemed ripe. Societies reeled and teetered in upheavals, but out clever heroes held things together, more or less, as their strange new geopolitical beast sloughed towards the new millennium. At high costs they achieved something resembling a peace and prosperity as they prepared for the final push towards an imagined cultural immortality. There was no thing as too much blood shed, nor destruction too great — the perceived greater goodness of their goals excused evils that no good men or women would formerly have deemed 'necessary'. Drunk on their own fictions and turning a blind eye to unfavorable omens and portents, they plunged into the nascent years of the aughts with success nearly in their grasp.

        But alas, it was all an illusion of their own contriving, and success was no nearer to them than to the civilizations and kingdoms that rose and fall before them. The piper must be paid, the reaper will not be avoided, the great wheel cannot be stopped. Our clever heroes were not the game-changing generation they imagined themselves to be, and nemesis came for them to cure them of their hubris. History is littered with the rises and falls of civilizations and kingdoms. Some great, some long-lasting. This illusionary kingdom, never more than a dream, won't even rate a footnote in the sands of time.

        Sand keeps no history, only the suggestion of voices in ceaseless winds blowing over vast deserts will remain will remind, now or then, of what is fast passing.

        Practicing for the creative writing course I'm taking at my local community college. What do you think of my fiction, /x/?

        ;D

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Nighty-night 'frens'

  7. 4 weeks ago
    Crona: my blood is black

    It wouldn't surprise me. They did the same shit with “””Illumicorp”””; all they did was copy Alex jones lmao

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >They did the same shit with “””Illumicorp”””; all they did was copy Alex jones lmao

      qrd?

  8. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    The word apocalypse just means disclosure, that is why all the liars fear the apocalypse.

  9. 4 weeks ago
    David

    This is the morning star, and Christ is definitely here to guck shit up

  10. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    The bible is not a collection of prophecies.
    It is just a manual on how to tame the human cattle.

    • 4 weeks ago
      David

      Modern bible has been perverted by the devil. Scripture though was originally written by God.

  11. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Bingo. They put the book of revelations in the Bible to begin with: it was written by a schizophrenic freak who was in prison for being a schizophrenic freak and put in the Bible for lulz

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      It's meant to be understood as a mystical revelation as to the nature of reality, not a movie preview for the sequel >Jesus Too: This Time He's Lefthanded!

      • 4 weeks ago
        David

        It’s freakishly accurate

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          What part of it are we currently at, then?

          • 4 weeks ago
            David

            Right before the 6th seal

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Can you spell it out like I'm moronic and draw parallels with what's happening in 2024?

          • 4 weeks ago
            David

            There’s no point, it’s more like trying to explain algebra to a monkey. What’s the point you’ll never listen. I’m guessing you took the vaccine(mark of the beast) that was created by globalist who belong to the NWO. Like are you blind?

          • 4 weeks ago
            David

            The armies of Armageddon , the Middle East, the eclipse, the northern lights. I dunno read the fricking thing.

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Not really; it's blatantly derivative of Daniel's prophecy (prophecies are not limited visions of the future, they include all forms of knowledge — at a distance across either space or time, or special knowledge that could not be acquired through natural means) and largely deals in archetype and symbol. This is why monks and religious scholars and preachers and armchair bible thumpers keep mining the material over the millennia, certain it applies to the specifics of their day and age. And in a sense, it does. Just not in the sense that many of them believe.

          Which isn't to say it is true, but rather to say that it utilizes an effective schema. Others equally effective could — and have been — contrived. But it is girded by specific religious metaphysic that in and of itself is not the final say or the only say.

          • 4 weeks ago
            David

            That’s was just a bunch of nonsensical gibberish. I mean you literally have no idea what you’re actually talking about. You believe your opinion fine, however it’s only just your opinion. Facts are entirely different

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Sorry for using a plethora of multisyllabic ... I mean, erm, a lot of, uhm, big, words.

            Keep calm and carry a thesaurus, anon.

          • 4 weeks ago
            David

            I’m not sure why you need to insult others to feel good about yourself. It’s the apocalypse and you will find out the hard way.

          • 4 weeks ago
            David

            Parallel? Was that the big word you used apparently?

          • 4 weeks ago
            David

            Oh yea I get it. You’re one of those know it alls who sound smart to convey a point but really don’t understand frick all

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            yup dumbass... have at it... you have 3 minutes to pick a song before I leave this parking lot

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            thought so

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            I hate it when the thing glitches

            [i fricked your mom again]
            [this time i begged for it]

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >it's blatantly derivative of Daniel's prophecy
            Imagine being this much of a hylic

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Imagine limiting your dialectic arsenal to a single logical fallacy.

            If I you only had a brain ...

  12. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >may
    oh dear

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