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05/07/2017 12:17 PM
World might end in 2182 (Don't know which month or day) Category: Real Life
Back in the summer or fall of 2014 I was napping on the weekend and woke up to remember a vivid dream in my first person view I was in space darkness was everywhere, stars silently coming towards me like what you would see in some old desktop computer screen when idle, I then saw all the ancient cultural iconic people like ancient kings from Egypt, Buddha, Monks, Aztecs, Mayans, others that I can't quite remember, after that I heard a godly voice say (168 years later) while I heard that the actual number one hundred and sixty eight was in bronze gold color came down like some kind of subtitle then I woke up and calculated it from that year and of course it came out to be 2182 I did some research to find out about that year, the Earth has a 1 in 1000 chance of getting hit by an asteroid which is rare because usually it's something like a 1 in 250.000 or 1 in 556.000 chance wow what are the odds in that dream is it coincidence? In my opinion from here on in whoever is reading this don't listen to these false prophets, cult leader and church leaders that say it might end before my claim date.
Yes, I remember back in 1999 and we were repeatedly warned of a major shut down of computers all over that was predicted to occur on January 1st 2000 (our country anyway) and a large majority of the population was terrified (except me, I just found it amusing ;) ) so by December 31st everyone was prepared for disaster, alas, nothing happened and the almighty 2000's came in peace and we're still here.
When it happens, don't worry about it and it likely won't happen in our lifetime anyway. You're more likely to get hit by a bus or something which would be fairly quick and painless so again, don't worry about it.
All "prophecies," biblical or otherwise, are absolute horsesh!t so I'd agree with your last point. Totally on target. Not sure how anyone with a functioning neuron can still believe in medieval flimflam. That being said, the world as we know it will eventually croak but it would be foolish to predict when, or under what circumstances. Anyone who claims to "know" is full of sh!t and should be avoided. Lastly, I wouldn't dwell on the inevitable. Just enjoy your existence, learn from it and await the meteors... ;-)