Just been having a look at a few William Tapley prophecies.
Very entertaining but many of his predictions ( very specific ones time wise ) have come to nothing.Specifically this year,as Tapley is sure that by November 2010 were going to be well into WW3!
Has anyone ever heard of any prophet actually exceeding their time line for an event and then standing up and admitting that their wrong?
Surely there must be some misguided but HONEST soul who has done this.
I would be fascinated to know of examples.Their must be some souls who really thought they were donig the right thing and then were horrified that they inadvertantly lied to people.
Or do most prophets have the knid of ego that wouldnt allow this kind of humility.
I don't have any proof, but I would imagine that:
David Icke believes all sorts of wacky things, but none of his beliefs can really be substantiated or disproven. He is very careful not to say anything that could be demonstrated to be false.
The sure sign that a prophecy is doomed is when the propheteer puts a date on something very concrete and specific happening.
answered 30 Dec '10, 18:14
I think there is a combination of things going on throughout history.
Some have the gift of tuning into the potential events out of the NOW moment in a similar way as one being able to map out the intersections in the ley lines by unconventional methods like dowsing.
But this is a mapping of POTENTIAL events that have not manifested yet.
If they will or will not manifest is a product of our combined anticipation within our collective consciousness.
Now I believe that another faction (or call it a component of manipulation) has used this Potential that is already waiting in the wings as a manipulate-able blueprint to nudge our collective experience into a predictable and therefore historically accountable direction of recorded history.
What I am hinting at here is the nudging of Potential events to affect the Past as well as the future history of mankind.
To do this, knowledge of how mass events can be manipulated, would be the pre-requisite before one can begin to understand how it is even possible.
Once the technique of mass "event" manipulation is perfected it could be used for centuries to rule over mankind.
All the props could be made available to "fit" the past and future history.
But to successfully pull this off one has to create a ruling elite that prefers to remain hidden throughout history and pass on this secret knowledge only to those of their own kind.
What Am I suggesting by this?
I'm just rattling off silly and incoherent ideas at random.....
That's all it is...
answered 30 Dec '10, 19:53
There was a Minister with large following that predicted the end of the world. I think his name was Farmer but I am grasping. When the time came and the world didn't end, He admitted an error and recalculated. The time came again no end. He recalculated, hehe
answered 31 Dec '10, 03:18
Well there is a saying: No man is an Island, so where do we go from here? The Weather man said that it is going to Snow, and it rained instead, big deal, so we win some, and we loose some, that is what makes life so challenging, to be right, and wrong not knowing what, until the moment of the revelation!
The fine line here is we only know what we know in the moment, and several things can happen there after to change the revelation, so we could have been right on making the right prediction then, but at a later time a shift came into play, and the cycle was lifted to accommodate a new date! Whose fault is it, mine, the universe, or no one?
answered 31 Dec '10, 07:13
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The more I grow, the more I believe that old adage - "nothing is etched in stone". To believe otherwise leaves us open to the whims and beliefs of others.
Instead I choose to believe that I have free will and the reality I choose to perceive will be a reflection of that.
To believe what another prophecies means that my future reality is already fixed or etched in stone - sorry but I can't buy that one :)
Most prophets probably won't admit if they get it wrong but the choice is always yours on what to believe.
answered 01 Jan '11, 01:55
*emphasized text*i have acouple of times made prophecies that DID NOT come to pass. i had to admit i was wrong, opologize, and go admittedly humiliated. i had to really do some soul serching.
answered 07 Feb '11, 00:49
A true prophet of God doesn't have that luxury of saying "oops maybe next time?" Moses did not have that luxury to say God might lead us out of Egypt he may part the Red Sea for us then again if he doesn't there is always next time. LOL
When Joseph predicted for the Pharaoh, he had only one shot, if he was wrong it would have been his life as payment for being wrong.
Every biblical prophet in the bible had to get it right the first time, they only had one chance to.
So many claim to be prophets of God, then when what they prophesied doesn't come to pass they act like "oops okay missed it by that much. maybe this time next year?" Sadly others take it to the grave like that Applebee guy years ago, "The mother ship is coming we all have to kill ourselves before we miss it!" What a shame that was!
May 21th 2011 End of world, I say we'll see as God says no one knows not even the Son. http://www.ebiblefellowship.com/may21/
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