A few years ago, my brother told me something interesting. He said, “Whenever the media says the world is going to end, it really means something huge is going to happen where mass amounts of people get killed.” It actually made sense. I can connect a few instances.
In 2012, the media was saying the world was going to end because the Mayan calendar supposedly ended on December 21, 2012. The world didn’t actually end on that date, but very close to that date, the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School happened. The shooting happened on December 14, 2012. Adam Lanza shot into the school, killing 20 children and six adults.
Back in 2000, there was the huge rumor of the world ending for a very long time on January 1. Nothing happened, but on September 11, 2001, over a year later, the 9/11 terrorist attacks happened. It was reported that al-Qaeda, an Islamic terrorist group, carried out the attacks on the twin towers where nearly 3,000 people were killed and over 6,000 people were injured.
As a matter of fact, there are lots of sources on the Internet that claim that the 9/11 attacks were hinted at years, even decades, before it happened in music and TV shows.
And now, the media and Internet conspiracy theory community was reporting something big happening on September 23, 2017. Nothing happened. But now, we hear about the shooting in Vegas on October 1, 2017, where it was reported that Stephen Paddock committed what is called the “biggest mass shooting in modern history”. Nearly 60 people were killed and nearly 500 people were injured.
I’m thinking the next time the media hypes up a date where the world is going to end, keep your eyes on the news in the next coming weeks or so because we know these doomsday predictions are never correct. But not very far away from the dates that are predicted, something big usually happens, where lots of people get killed or hurt.
I’m not saying these doomsday predictions happen right before every mass calamity event that has happened throughout history because it doesn’t happen for every single one. Sometimes, these mass calamity events can just happen out of nowhere without a warning. But it happens for quite a few of them.
If this really is happening, that doomsday predictions are just a hint at some major cataclysmic event, does that mean a lot of these events are orchestrated or staged ahead of time? If so, for what reason(s)?