We’ve been following the ongoing predictions of the The Lords’ Witnesses and the True Bible Code folks as they’ve tried repeatedly to nail down the date that the U.N. building in New York City would be destroyed in a nuclear attack. They’ve made a grand total of 10 guess so far and each one has been wrong, but that hasn’t discouraged them much… until now:
We correctly predicted that the UN would lose its headship in 2006Tammuz (this being the 2nd head of the image of the Beast of Revelation 13) which gets a death stroke but then recovers. It lost its head on 2006July12 (2006Tammuz14) when Israel invaded Lebanon without a UN mandate. The UN lost credibility and lost control for a month. It lost headship over Israel for one month. But the image of the Beast does not lose two heads, it only loses one head. Each of the 7 heads of the image of the UN Beast stands for one month of military headship over the governments of the world, just as the 7 heads of the UN Beast itself each stand for one year of military headship over the governments of the world – see below. So we knew it had to regain headship in the month of Ab. It did this on August 11th by means of the UN Security Council Resolution 1701, passed that day, and demanding an immediate ceasefire between Israel and Lebanon. Now the UN will declare Peace and Security and then sudden destruction will befall them according to 1 Thessalonians 5:3. So please leave NYC for the last sabbath in August!!! If this final date proves to be wrong then we run out of options in our present understanding. So we have to say that presently we have no scriptural evidence for a nuclear terrorist threat to the UN in midtown after Saturday 2006August 26th.
*GASP!* You mean that even these True Believers™ might have to give in to reality repeatedly smacking them in the face? What an awesome birthday present it would be to have these people chuck it in and stop spreading their bullshit all over the place if this weekend passes without any nuclear bombs going off in New York.
Not that I’m overly optimistic about them actually calling it quits as I’m sure they’ll find a way to explain away their repeated failures (Look! We forgot to carry the 1!) or they’ll just turn their (not so) amazing predictive powers onto other subjects. Still, it’s been amusing watching them slowly become a self-parody over time. They remind me of an old TV commercial for a local appliance retailer (Highland Appliance) that’s long gone out of business. It featured a life guard sitting in his chair on an beach at the start of summer that’s completely empty because the store is having a big sale that holiday weekend. The lifeguard is so psyched up for the rush of swimmers that he’s saying to himself, “They’ll be rushing to the water any second now… any second now…” Of course the swimmers never show.
“The U.N. will explode any second now… any second now…”