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Do you believe in prophecy?

  1. Adrian Balbin profile image56
    Adrian Balbinposted 4 years ago

    Do you believe in prophecy?

    What can you say about the prophecy of an indian prophet about the Philippines?
    Do you think it was already happening?


  2. mintinfo profile image76
    mintinfoposted 4 years ago

    I have never heard of this prophecy and no, I do not believe in prophecy. Everything that happens happens as a result of a pre existing condition. Because we have little or no knowledge of that process we call it supernatural, meaning that it is the act of an intelligent being. God, Allah, or Buddha, they're all fake manifestations of our illusions.

    1. Adrian Balbin profile image56
      Adrian Balbinposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      you better watch that video...

    2. mintinfo profile image76
      mintinfoposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      Improve the brain with knowledge and it will not have to rely on the fear of illusions to cope with reality. Study weather currants and you can predict when typhoons will happen. Respect bacteria and you will avoid plagues. Education not ignorance

  3. lone77star profile image83
    lone77starposted 4 years ago

    There are many false prophets, but those who are most awake spiritually will be able to see things that blind mortals will not.

    I live in the Philippines and the typhoon and earthquake have already happened. Where I live, the earthquake felt like a 6.0 on the Richter scale and the typhoon winds went up to about 50-60 mph. Not too bad, but relatives in Northern Cebu had their homes damaged. Some came to live with my wife and I for a few weeks until things could return to normal and infrastructure could be restored.

    Some people do not believe in prophecy, because they are blind to spiritual things. Some are too ready to believe any prophecy, because they are too blind spiritually.

    But some prophecies are visions of the work of the Lord. For instance, we are living in the End Times foretold in the Bible's New Testament. This started with the rebirth of Israel. We some some prophecy fulfilled with the falling of the "great star" named Wormwood (Chernobyl in Ukrainian) and the spreading of a great pestilence across a third of the world (nuclear fallout).

    America is playing its part in the End Times, by becoming the new Evil Empire which stirs up death in the Middle East. For instance, Iraq and Afghanistan are both the leukemia capitals of the world far outstripping all other nations in leukemia deaths. Why? Because of American war crimes using deadly white phosphorus and depleted uranium. The lies that are being told are thick, including proclaiming Obama with a Nobel Peace Prize just before he becomes the most blood-thirsty president in American history. Our egos are being played like a symphony. If we are asleep, like some people on HubPages, then we miss the fact that Obama's Peace Prize was a PR game, just as was the election of Bush to give the government plausible deniability for 9/11. After all, a government headed up by that bumbling idiot couldn't pull off something that complex, and yet the top military officers responsible for the massive security failures on 9/11 were all given promotions instead of courts martial. And NIST scientists proclaimed that the perfect free fall collapse of WTC7 on 9/11 was caused by simple office fires. Any scientist worth their salt knows that solid steel never, ever offers zero resistance to collapse. 9/11 was an inside job, just like the unused Operation Northwoods in 1962 -- a government false flag to murder their own citizens and then blame it all on the enemy they want to attack.

    Love & humility are the answer.

    1. Adrian Balbin profile image56
      Adrian Balbinposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      do you think filipinos are spiritually blind? that they are very religious making them believe in prophesies and their God  may save them from all those catastrophes.  that their decisions were too biased in a sense that they are weighing too many th

  4. manatita44 profile image82
    manatita44posted 4 years ago

    Yes. I do believe.

    I did, however sit at the feet of a man of God for 31 years. My understanding is that God is not bound by plans, that He can and does change the plan from time to time. However, astrology is generally correct when read right and so is prophecy. The teaching however, is that ultimately, God is omnipotent and can, as well as  change His plan from time to time. Nothing is fixed in creation

    The Phillipine story I do not know. I can assure you by Faith that ultimately all is in the lap of the Supreme. If it is God's Will, Grace can nullify everything. This is Sri Chinmoy's teaching.

    1. Adrian Balbin profile image56
      Adrian Balbinposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      seems like you have a different point of view...
      what is your religion by the way?
      do you think religion do a big part on people's different opinions on this matter?

    2. manatita44 profile image82
      manatita44posted 4 years agoin reply to this

      Man himself, Adrian.
      Diversity and spiritual evolution are necessary parts of the divine game. Very few humans are at the same stage and so opinions will differ. Your inner experiences will help you to know where you are on that ladder or wheel.