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2012: Another False End of Days Prophecy



It would appear the 21 December 2012 end of days rumour is a false whisper. Was there ever a doubt in your mind that the world would end today? Since the year 44AD, there have been over 240 documented end time predictions. Thus far they have all proven to be false prophecies. It seems that most end of days prophecies are money-spinning scams such as the case of Harold Camping who predicted the world would end on 21 May 2011. We survived that one and Camping made a fortune.  So far the 21 December 2012 prediction has not come true, but there is still half the day left at the time of writing!

Nostradamus is often used by scholars to promote end of days predictions. This site has documented most of them over the last two years! But did the French seer ever actually predict the end of the world? It´s difficult to say as many of the quatrains penned by Nostradamus do predict major tragedies; widespread deaths caused by disease and floods, famine and biological weapons. When you look at the world we live in, it is easy to understand how interpreters can twist the cryptic clues of Nostradamus to fit a theory about the modern world. People have been doing it for centuries – even before Nostradamus.

End Time Prophecies

The first recorded end time prophecies are found scattered all over the Old Testament. The story of Noah even describes an apocalypse on a global scale and evidence in the modern world supports the content.  Even Jesus gets in on the act in the New Testament:

“Heaven and earth will pass away, but My words shall not pass away. But of that day and hour no one knows, not even the angels of heaven, nor the Son, but the Father alone.” Matthew 24:35-36

According to Christ the world will come to an end one day. Nobody can predict when, nobody can predict how, but as the adage goes, “All good things must come to end.” For his part, Nostradamus continues to make prediction up to 3797. He does actually say that this is the last day the world will see, but if the last 2000 years is anything to go by, mankind in another 2000 years will probably say Nostradamus predicted the end of the world.


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