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THE END in 2016: The SHOCKING Predictions of 12 Mysterious Men...

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Published on May 7, 2016

This video covers 12 men who made predictions about a time period from 2015-2016. These men come from diverse backgrounds, nationalities, and time periods, and yet, they all seem to arrive at the same time frame for the unfolding of prophetic events. Some of these men predicted the destruction of the Vatican, others predicted the beginning of the millennial kingdom, others predicted the coming of the Antichrist, some predicted the coming of the Messiah, and still others believed that the window of the church would close after a 2000 year ministry of the Holy Spirit.

Without a doubt, 2016 was the year to watch among these scholars. Many of them appear to be influenced by the predictions of Isaac Newton, and they cited him in connection with 2016. These men held to a historicist interpretation of scripture, which meant that prophecy was gradually unfolding throughout history. Most believers now are futurists, meaning that they believe prophecy will be accomplished in a short span of time set in the future. Despite this, it is unusual that so many theologians across several centuries seemed to agree with each other on the time frame, and that this pointed to 2015-2016 for the accomplishment of major biblical events.

Please note: None of this video is my own prophecy or predictions. I am NOT A PROPHET nor have I ever claimed to be one. I am a researcher interested in historical texts that point us to the end of days.

Music by: Ross Bugden and Orbital Music

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