Wednesday, June 28, 2006

London Religious Website Predicts Nuclear Terrorist Attack In NYC On Or Before July 4

A very curious Website in London by a former businessman who has nearly a PhD in computational aerodynamics from Oxford University has predicted based on his scientific mathematic analysis of the Bible that he is 98% sure that a nuclear terrorist attack will likely occur between June 20-July 4, 2006 in U.N. Plaza in NYC. A link on his Website estimates as many as 100,000 will be killed and as many as 400,000 could die within days of injuries or radiation exposure.

This curious Website is located at and is worth an alarming read. The writer is also an inventor with a keen scientific mind who even invented a form of magnetic levitation device and a new form of switched power supply for electrical goods.

But the writer is also a former disfellowshipped member of The Jehovah's Witnesses, and had past legal problems with mortgage fraud. But still the site is so detailed that it is alarming.

The writer from London is so confident of the nuclear terrorist attack that he has forwarded detailed warning letters to the Mayor of NYC, all the permanent UN missions in NYC, Senators Hillary Clinton and Charles Schumer, and numerous other organizations. The writer actually predicts a total of 7 nuclear terrorist bombings in the coming future years, although not specifying where these will strike.

This scientific thinker from London has certainly put his credibility on the line with his predictions. He is certainly intelligent enough not to be considered a "crank", yet few really know God's true timeline and most men have been dead wrong in past predictions. We all cetainly hope that this scientist is wrong about his calculations, as the U.S. certainly does not need a terrible incident as this London scientist calculates and predicts. If he is wrong, which I most likely expect him to be, then his explanation will be more than interesting. But if he's right, then he's something of a prophet.


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At 7:35 AM, Blogger Danny Haszard said...

Jehovah's Witnesses are infatuated with everything apocalyptic.

The core dogma of the Watchtower organization is that Jesus had his second coming 'invisibly' in the year 1914.Their entire doctrinal superstructure is built on this falsehood.

Jehovah's Witnesses door to door recruitment is by their own admission an ineffective tactic. They have lost membership in all countries with major Internet access because their false doctrines and harmful practices are exposed on the modern information superhighway.

There is good and valid reasons why there is such an outrage against the Watchtower for misleading millions of followers.Many have invested everything in the 'imminent' apocalyptic promises of the Jehovah's Witnesses and have died broken and beaten.
Respectfully,Danny Haszard

At 2:27 PM, Blogger Paul Hooson said...

To be fair, Danny, every church has some church doctrines that members of other churches may be critical of. But I know many Jehovah's Witness members, and they are very sincere persons who mean well and devote so much of their time to honorable efforts.

Few persons know that many Jehovah's Witnesses have volunteered many hours of their time to rebuild thousands of storm damaged homes in Florida for example. Or that over a period of two weekends, these church members can build a whole new Kingdom Hall from the ground up.

The former member of their faith who runs the website in London is not in good standing with this church. His views do not represent their views. And he admits to former legal problems as well. Most Jehovah's Witnesses have no history of legal problems, unlike the London author of the alarming Website. This writer from London has also been wrong before, and then offers involved explanations, and I expect him to wrong again as well. But his Website is so wild that I felt it deserved an evaluation here.

If this British writer proves himself to be right, and God forbid that, then he is something of a prophet. But I personally believe you cannot use numeric codes or other type of data analysis to evaluate the Bible. The Bible states just what it states.

If a person is going to use numeric codes analysis, then you would have to find the oldest possible existing copy in the original Hebrew or Greek, and evaluate from that copy. But any evaluation from a modern English translation Bible, in which the words vary from translation to translation, or from page placement to page placement is totally useless. A numeric code analysis is only good with a single translation of the Bible, but not good with another.

But I do think there is some serious issues going on in the MidEast sush as problems with Iran or the current Israeli military efforts in the Palestinian area that do ring an alarmingly similar chord with some portions of Ezekiel 38-40.

There is good reason to watch events carefully in the MidEast and evaluate them from the text of the Bible, but not to trust in unreliable "Bible codes".

I appreciate your comments here, Danny. It's good to have an open dialog on religious matters as well modern news. The mainstream media is way too secular to evaluate the current MidEast situation in this regard.


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