Tuesday, April 16, 2024

#107 / Didn't Happen!

A total solar eclipse, visible in different parts of the world, was expected to occur on April 8, 2024. And that total solar eclipse did, in fact, take place, just as promised and predicted. That happened!

What did not happen?

Well, for one thing, the "Rapture" did not happen. The poster that predicted that the Rapture would occur on April 8th turned out to be wrong. For those not familiar with the Rapture, click the link in the first line of this paragraph, and let Wikipedia provide you with some guidance: "The Rapture is an eschatological position held by some Christians, particularly those of American evangelicalism, consisting of an end-time event when all dead Christian believers will be resurrected and, joined with Christians who are still alive, together will rise "in the clouds, to meet the Lord in the air."

Nice idea, I guess. It just didn't happen!

Other things didn't happen, either! For instance, right wing commentator Luke Rudkowski, who operates an internet-based organization called, "We Are Change," had a number of grim predictions (or what I think it is fair to call predictions), naming April 8th as a critical date. Here is a snapshot of a bulletin sent out by Rudowski just a few days in advance of that April 8th date. Note, by the way, that Rudowski is willing to sell you some gold, if you think that might provide some solace, or protection, as the upcoming threat looms: 

A former Mayor of Nevada City, California, whose name is Reinette Senum, maintains a blog, and has a podcast presence, and comments frequently on political topics. She was even more hysterical than Luke Rudkowski in her sense that April 8th was a day of potential doom. Here is some online evidence:

Senum also sent out an email bulletin (citing to the "Protocols of the Elders of Zion," if you can believe that) and proclaimed the following: 

I urge you to pay close attention and be open-minded regarding the following information, as it contains a critical warning that could impact us all. While I typically focus on solutions rather than spreading fear, the current geopolitical climate demands our attention. Recent events, including the ongoing crisis in Gaza, the Baltimore Francis Scott Key bridge collapse (now being plucked out of the river by a crane with a "CIA history"), and the recent bombing of the Iranian embassy by Israeli forces suggest that we may be on the brink of a full-scale global conflict. 
The urgency is compounded by the predictive programming evident in Obama's disturbing film, 'Leave the World Behind,' coupled with recent signs pointing to a significant event aligning with the forthcoming solar eclipse on April 8th, as previously detailed in my substack post, HERE. While I am cautious about assigning specific dates to potential events, the convergence of unusual occurrences, such as states declaring States of Emergency and mobilization of the National Guard in preparation for the solar eclipse, raises serious concerns. 
More importantly, my interview with Matthew Tower, documentary filmmaker of Israel's Second 9/11: How Zionism Conquered JFK, America, and Palestine, is causing me to want to put out a severe warning to my friends, subscribers, and beyond.

It is largely good news, I guess, that none of these extraordinary predictions did, in fact, occur. They just didn't happen! 

My point, in today's blog post, is about how we should actually consider our position in the world. Are we powerless? Are we "doomed"? Is our fate, for good or ill, to be swept away by events too large for us to impact, and which probably derive from the exercise of some evil (or benign) power, international or cosmic in its character?

I would like to ask you to believe me when I tell you that the answer is, "No."

WE make the "Human World" in which we most immediately reside. To change the world, we need to take action, to do something new, something never ever tried before, perhaps. 

If we are waiting for either salvation or doom to be delivered by someone, or something, that is beyond us, we are wasting the time in which we, ourselves, might take action. Given the state of the world, wasting time is ill-advised. Time is limited, in case you haven't noticed. 

I have mentioned Michael Jackson before in this blog. As we encounter hysteria on all sides, as our genuine peril is either paralyzing us or driving us into bizarre actions and activities, let's remember those Michael Jackson lyrics: 

If you want to make the world a better place, take a look at yourself, and then make a change. 

     - Michael Jackson, Man In The Mirror 


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