Friday, May 20, 2011

Are You Ready for the Rapture?

Those who believe that the world will end tomorrow, on May 21, 2011, will be sorely disappointed.

Not only does this wisdom come from some Christian-come-lately dude with a funny name as opposed to the Bible (for nowhere in the scriptures can one learn exactly what day Jesus will drop by Earth and beam the faithful up to heaven while the rest of humanity and life forms all perish in various ghastly plagues). And not only have scores of other end-of-the-world predictions failed to come to pass. Whatever your religious beliefs happen to be, the world will certainly keep on keeping on with such lovely planetary aspects as a Venus-Pluto trine (indicative of the transforming power of love and sex -- rapture of a life-affirming kind). Here in New York City, and I'd imagine in other cities, there are many underground "Rapture" parties planned for tomorrow night, which also goes well with the Sun-Moon trine from communicative, social-butterfly Gemini to group-oriented Aquarius.

We will have a Sun-Neptune square in the wee hours of the 22nd (3:32 a.m. EDT) so please take responsibility for your waking dreams and fantasies, as well as any mind-altering substances you may be partaking of on Saturday night.

The Sun-Neptune square could also indicate delusions and illusions forced into consciousness, but since doomsday types never seem too thrown by their constant miscalculations and instead blithely mark another end-of-the-world date on their calendars, I imagine it will only trigger awareness in those individuals who are ready to experience a rude awakening from various pipedreams.

Tune in for a similar eye-opener regarding the true meaning of the year 2012.

1 comment:

  1. I don't imagine very many people are actually expecting God to remove certain chosen people en masse on 5/21/11. Jesus Himself said that even He didn't know the day or the hour of His Coming and the end of the age (Matthew 24), so no way Harold Camping the civil engineer from Family Radio could know.

    And, popular rapture theory that the good guys will be removed from Earth at some point is wrong, too. Jesus said in Matthew 24:27 that it would be as in the days of Noah. Well, Noah was saved and it was the bad guys who were removed from the face of the Earth.

    I'm so tired of all this. Let's just get on with learning to love each other and live with each other in peace?

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