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Prediction for May 5, 2000 -- Repent Now, Before It's Too Late!


The crust is again out of a state of equilibrium; the continental arches are right for buckling; and the ice caps, though much smaller, are unbalanced. The trigger this time, however, will be from an outside source. On May 5 of the year 2000 A.D. the planets of the Solar System will be arrayed in practically a straight line accross space, and our planet will be subjected to enough gravitational distortion to tip the delecate balance."

"A few months later the seismic reapportionment of the world's land masses will come upon most of the survivors of Armageddon as a blessing. After Armageddon and Doom's Day less than a tenth of the world's population will be alive to see the year 2001 A.D. The intensity of the earthquakes will-be greater than has ever been measured by scientists. All the volcanoes of the world will burst forth, and a host of new ones will join them. Vast quantities of heavy gases like carbon dioxide and sulfur dioxide will be hurtled into the stratosphere by the erupting volcanoes. The gases will become super-cooled in the outer reaches of the atmosphere and then descend upon the surface of the Earth in convection currents of such magnitude that hurricane winds will howl over the face of the world. The skies will be filled with dust and choking fumes so that even the sun will not be seen directly for months. Walls of water a thousand feet high will roar across the submerging land and sweep away everything before them. Sea and land animals, vegetation, silt, and sand will be shredded into jumbled muck. Where soil is not washed away, it will be covered by boulders and stone, and the newly exposed sea bottom will be worthless for growing crops. The stench of decay and the bleak destruction everywhere will drive many human survivors hopelessly insane. Those who have the strength of their convictions will retain their civilization and rebuild the world. Those people, of course, will comprise the Kingdom of God, and they will be brought through the awful destruction soon to be visited upon the world. Doom's Day will not be without advantages, for it ushers in the Golden Age. After October, 2001 A.D. the Kingdom of God shall be formed.

"The lest half of the twentieth century will see much, seismic and volcanic activity which, like the wars and atmospheric, disturbances, will increase in frequency and destructiveness as the century draws to a close. Let these warnings be heeded by those who can comprehend."

The Ultimate Frontier, pg 105-107, 138, Eklal Kueshana (Richard Kieninger) (Biography) Published 1963, (9th Printing, 1992) The Stelle group

(Source: Future Fate)

-- Dr. Doom (drdoom@doomers.rus), April 14, 2000


Cinco de Mayo

-- birddog (, April 14, 2000.

So should we buy gold then?

-- (hmm@hmm.hmm), April 14, 2000.

Hummm -- buying Gold is only half the Answer. As the post indicates, the weight of the planet is out of alignment, and with the coming planetary alignment "our planet will be subjected to enough gravitational distortion to tip the delecate balance."

Gold can help! Gold is heavy! Enough Gold concentrated in just the right place can right the balance and allow the world to survive.

By a very strange, but fortunate, coincidence, I happen to live in just the right place. If everyone who reads this post will only buy large quanities of gold and send it to me immediately (postage prepaid), you have my personal guarantee that the world will not be destroyed on May 5.

If you doubt my word, simply send the gold. If the world is destroyed on May 5, I promise I'll mail it all back at my own expense. Other than that, however, it will have to stay here indefinitely to keep the world in balance.

If you'll email me your address, and indicate the tonnage of gold you can contribute, I'll arrange for immediate pickup by FedEx.

-- E.H. Porter (Just, April 14, 2000.

E.H. Porter,

I only have 15 pounds of pure gold to send you, it will be enroute via UPS, immediately!

Oh, thank you so much for saving us all by your kind gesture to hang on to this gold to keep the world in balance. You must be a very, very kind person.

P.S. Does this mean my tinfoil wrap won't work?

-- Richard (, April 14, 2000.

It's my birthday! The world simply CANNOT end on my birthday...

-- (Birthday@Girl.CincodeMayo), April 14, 2000.

Norwegian Independence Day (from Sweden) is May 17. The world cannot possibly end before then.

-- Lars (, April 14, 2000.

Ha, ha! Ha, ha! You guys are in rare form today!


-- (Ladylogic@...), April 14, 2000.

Hummm -- buying Gold is only half the Answer. As the post indicates, the weight of the planet is out of alignment, and with the coming planetary alignment "our planet will be subjected to enough gravitational distortion to tip the delecate balance."

Okay, so should I put the rest in bonds then?

-- (hmm@hmm.hmm), April 14, 2000.

Hummm-- I do believe that I can say accurately, truly and without fear of contradiction, that putting your money in bonds is not likely to directly cause the world to "see much, seismic and volcanic activity which, like the wars and atmospheric, disturbances, will increase in frequency and destructiveness." So don't worry overmuch.

Now, as to putting money in the NASDAQ . . . I'll leave that issue to better minds than mine.

"Let these warnings be heeded by those who can comprehend."

-- E.H. Porter (Just, April 14, 2000.

I'm packing my bags! Just as well go along for the ride.


-- Tommy Rogers (Been there@Just a, April 14, 2000.

How do I repent? I mean, like do I just say it? OK, "I repent". How does God know if I mean it? Oh, God knows all? Well, then there's no point in repenting. Actually I resent repenting. I do my best to be a decent person. If I fall short, and I do, then is it my "fault"? God made me imperfect to begin with.

I think I'll have a beer.

-- (, April 14, 2000.

Hopefully Cmdr. Ashtar and his space ship will come and pick up those who are "worthy", or maybe just those who will taste the best.

-- spaceman (spaceman@saucers.forall), April 14, 2000.

lovely, yars back.

-- (former@debun.ker), April 14, 2000.

Yo Tommy,

What extra items for the BOB bag for this kind of a thing?

-- flora (***@__._), April 14, 2000.

How about if I just install some straps to secure my bookcases and flexible hoses on my gas water heater lines?

Maybe that's why my dog has been acting kinda freaked out lately.

-- (, April 14, 2000.

How come this crops up every 20 years as the end of the world and we keep on truckin along? This event is a 20 year event.

-- my my my (, April 14, 2000.

Yes, buy gold. Cuervo Gold. And lots of Corona.

Just don't come home without the limes.

-- semper paratus (here_with@my.pals), April 14, 2000.


What are we to make of your obvious oversight of the historically, and gustatorially valuable item of SALT?!

-- flora (***@__._), April 14, 2000.


It was certainly not an oversight. You see, salt can be found in every home. But limes.... they require effort and have no suitable substitute.

But I absolutly understand your concern.

-- semper paratus (here_with@my.pals), April 14, 2000.


You are absolutely correct that we can prevent this calamity by collect as much heavy material (eg Gold)as possible in the correct location on our planet. Hoever you have made some fundamental errors in your calculations as to where that correct place is. I'll try to keep the logic fairly simple, but follow through and you'll see your error.

1. The earth has a greater mass in the nothern hemispher than in the southern hemisphere, therefore the correct location must be south of the equator.

2. Europe has a greater mass than America, therefore the correct location should be antipodean to europe.

3. If we consider the center of the northern hemisphere land masses to be to be located at 52N 0E, then off set this by the effect of the Himalayays and other high mountain ranges to the south, and the Rockies and other american ranges to the west, then it soon becomes obvious that the northern CoG is located at 45.10N 11.40W, and the antipode of this is of course 45.10S 169.20E.

Now I realise that as you have already gone to all the trouble to collect the required weight of gold at your place, it would be unfair to ask you to pay the freight to move it to the correct location. Therefore, I am prepared to pay the freight costs at the receiving end, as soon as I unload it at the correct spot.

-- Malcolm Taylor (, April 14, 2000.

semper and flora -- don't mean to be critical here, but that "salt and lime" stuff is an Anglo tourist affectation. And, Tequila is just over refined Mescal

In the real Mexico (particularly about 10 years ago; things are changing now) one drank one's mescal (which looks a lot like clear water or gin) out of a shot glass (or, in the highlands, out of a 12oz tumbler).

And then one got very, very drunk.

-- E.H. Porter (Just, April 14, 2000.


Thanks for the field report. I had never noticed the negative impact of the added gringo ingredients - anyone out there want to do a definitive study?

Odd thought of the day: did anyone hear of folks planting agave in their reconstructive gardens? { I remember many tributes to the foxfire book still instructions}

-- flora (***@__._), April 14, 2000.

-- Malcolm Taylor: Your point is well taken. If I am sent any gold for the purpose of stabalizing the world's rotation, I will send it to you immediately. After all, we've all gotta do what we've got to do to save the world. I assume you will pay all shipping charges, however.

I do miss NZ; one of my major regrets is that is takes so damned much money to get there from the United States.

-- E.H. Porter (Just, April 14, 2000.

You folks help make life worthwhile! No wonder I'm moved by "higher powers" to post such things as the article that started this thread.

-- Dr. Doom (drdoom@doomer.rus), April 14, 2000.


From what I have heard, if you got all of E.H. Porters gold, NZ would sink. Then you would be in a pretty fix, wouldn't you.

Best wishes,,,,,


-- Z1X4Y7 (, April 14, 2000.

Dear Dr., ya toss a message in a bottle, into the ocean, and you never know what you will receive back. Your intent was honest, watch those who respond, even me.

-- No ill (, April 14, 2000.

I would suggest we ask LL to relocate her big powdered white butt to the location specified by Malcolm. That should be sufficent to balance out the pole shift.

Dr. Doom, are you the real Ed Dames, or are you just using his nickname?

-- Hawk (flyin@high.again), April 14, 2000.

Awh, Hawk -- What would we do without you? This forum is getting a little empty at times. What would we do without you to "stir the pot" when things get slow.

-- E.H. Porter (Just, April 14, 2000.

What will be, will be. I go on with my life on till then!

-- ET (, April 14, 2000.

So my choices are to stay here in Joisey and get drowned and mangled in a giant tidal wave...or move further inland and get burned to death by molten lava?

Hmmmm...drowned or burned...drowned or burned...tough choice.

-- kritter (, April 14, 2000.

kritter -- just move out here to Minneapolis, Minnesota. Unless the glaciers come back, there's little that's likely to get us out here.

-- E.H. Porter (Just, April 14, 2000.

>just move out here to Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Hey, E.H., how's the market for code and tech writers out your way?

-- (, April 15, 2000.


Nah, I'm not famous and wealthy like ED. I had forgotten about him lately. Will have to check his WebSite. Thanks for reminding me. Maybe I should lowercase my monkier in deference to his. What is his latest take on this year? Last I heard he was predicting a "Kill Shot" CME that will take us all out and/or first use of a nuclear weapon in anger, in Korea.

-- dr.doom (drdoom@doomers.rus), April 15, 2000.

Ya Know,

Repenting and maybe going to church on Easter might be an easy way of ensuring yourself at least an inner tube, if not a life raft. Of course you have to be sincere or it doesn't work. What better time to consider doing it than the celebration of the Resurrection? This might just be the year that Christ decides to show up again and straighten us all out.

-- avoice (avoice@cryinginthe.wilderness), April 15, 2000.

I got drunk on tequila last week, and kissed a Christian. Just proof that the stuff is dangerous. Refrained from touching his golden rod, though, or biting the worm, as it were. I repented the next day, by avoiding tequila and Christians. Is that sufficient? Cinco de Mayo presents the perfect opportunity to try again, maybe a Buddhist this time.

-- (Miss Ann@th.rope), April 15, 2000.

Miss Ann,

Do you know the Swim? If not, better learn the Hymn!

-- Flash (flash@flash.hq), April 15, 2000.


No, I don't know the Swim, and I can't hum the Hymn, but this Christian named Tim, well, I got to know him.

BTW, do you drive around suburbia in an old brown, rusty Chrysler, wearing a raincoat (even in summer,) asking teenage girls for directions? I think I may have met you once. ;^)

-- (Miss Ann@th.rope), April 16, 2000.

Dr. Doom,

Now that just sounds damn interesting. Do you actually think the infintesimal pull of the planets when all lined up is going to do ANYTHING???? The tides MIGHT be 1" deeper... What happened last time they lined up, say in 1958, I think it was... NOTHING... Whatever...

Morlock Mc Fruit are you on this thread too??? The Demonic Dog is here...


loungin' on the porch...

The Dog

-- The Dog (, April 16, 2000.

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