Did a prophet, futurist, physic etc. predict that this year or 2004 would be the last election of the President in the US? This could have been Ed Dames, Gordon Michael Scallion, Robert Dean, Sean David Morton, Whitley Streiber etc. on the Art Bell Show. I recall thatgreenspun.com : LUSENET : TB2K spinoff uncensored : One Thread
one of these guys made that prediction but cannot remember who or when. The show is probably in the archives of the Art Bell Show, Sightings, or other similar site. Some of those predictions appeared to be far out but if this one can be documented, it would give new credibility to some of their predictions.
-- Wondering (Tom@curious.one), November 20, 2000
Yeah, I remember that, the same guy that predicted the Y2K debacle. Is he something, or what!?
-- TDA (firstname.lastname@example.org), November 21, 2000.
Thanks, TDA. I really needed a laugh this AM.
-- Patricia (PatriciaS@lasvegas.com), November 21, 2000.
He's the shit.
Too bad he wasnt on the 'ballot' *sigh*
-- another doomster waiting for crisis (email@example.com), November 21, 2000.
Listening to the radio late the other night, someone called in and said that Nostrodomas (sp?) had predicted this...shrug...
-- Not now, not like this (AgentSmith0110@aol.com), November 21, 2000.
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Throughout history, there have been those who have predicted the Coming of the End, the Consummation of All Things, the Return of Christ, Armageddon, Ragnarok, what-have-you. The majority of these seers and prognosticators were wise enough to leave the date unspecified, presumably to avoid embarrassment when the expected event failed to materialize. Others, such as Nostradamus and Bishop Ussher, put the date far into the future, long after their corporeal bodies had returned to dust.
There are those few brave souls, however, who are willing to stick their necks out, and give us a date in the near future, when they themselves will presumably still be around to either bask in the glow of glory, or suffer the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune, should the cosmic plan go awry. It is to these, the few, the brave and most importantly, the Web-enabled that this list is dedicated.
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