—wait for it! (Catchy headline, though?)
here’s ya quote:
“… Conspiracy theorists think an astronomical alignment involving the constellations Leo and Virgo, along with various other planets will fulfill this prophecy word-for-word.
The Rapture is the second coming of Jesus Christ as prophesied in John 14:1-3 where those who have lived ‘sin free’ lives meet the Lord.
Proponents of the outlandish theory say the women mentioned in the prophecy represents the constellation Virgo, while the crown of stars represents Leo…”
—and I resent it. I’m a self-confessed Conspiracy Theorist and I do NOT believe the world will end in a blitz of Jesuses, or Leos, or Virgins. (Mind you, a few stars falling on us might do the trick but I doubt that even a star can sneak past NASA without someone alerting The Donald.)
No. ‘Tis ever thus, even we nutcases get quoted out of context. Anyway, everyone knows the world actually ended back in 2012. Them Mayas were pretty good at sums … but on ‘nutcase’ this next guy (same reference, is that economy or wot?) ticks a few boxes too—
Italian exorcist claims floods and storms are a sign of the apocalypse
Meanwhile an exorcist has claimed recent storms and flooding are signs of an imminent biblical apocalypse.
The famous demon hunter also claims that the devil is “behind” North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un.
Don Antonio Mattatelli made the alarming claims in response to a string of natural disasters …
This nutter’s bag is The Rapture. Do you remember the rapture? From memory that was when God, carefully monitoring your progress along your very own Free Will (the predestined path He set out for you before The Creation) and with one eye on your very own hourglass would at the exact moment your last grain of sand trickled through neck … would reach down and (gently, note) snatch you up to Heaven—no matter what you were doing at the time, hence the famous bumper sticker of the True Believer:
IF I’M RAPTURED
TAKE THE WHEEL
—which shows that someone had an eye for civic duty and human responsibilities. (Even if The Lord didn’t) (oops, doesn’t).
IN THE MEANTIME
(As for my presence on the internet—how the hell could a simple Italian exorcist know that? Brrrrr~!)