June 5, 2023

5 thoughts on “Paul Begley Discusses Isaiah’s Prophecies of the Coming Pole Shift

  1. Hi, this is Xavier, I’m 13 years old, and I’m really afraid about what might happen, please, I don’t want the world to end, we still want to live for a lot more years, So I could be able to graduate, get a job, and enjoy my life when i grow up.

    1. Xavier, obviously I’m not in control of such things, and I hope I’m wrong too, because even though I’m much older than you, I’m in no rush for TEOTWAWKI (The End Of The World As We Know It)
      I’m just writing about patterns I notice, and presenting a logical argument for why the patterns I see might be significant and meaningful. But sometimes the patterns we see are meaningless coincidences, even if the pattern exists. All my analysis might mean nothing, just like when we see an image in the clouds.
      If you take these ideas seriously, make sure your life is on a good track. If you’re always respectful to God and to other people and you always do what you believe is the right thing – don’t let your friends steer you into “fun” activities that God or parents wouldn’t approve of.
      Even if we live to old age, how many years is that? 75, 80, 85? Our soul exists forever after that. Live this life with eternal existence in mind.
      That being said, let’s consider my timeline leading up to December 28, 2019 – which is largely based on Bible prophecy. Yes, there are lots of biblical clues, some merely scriptural, some matching signs in the heavens, that lead us to consider this timing. But there are other things I would have expected to happen by now that haven’t happened. Long ago I would have expected that the seven years prior to December 2019 would have been the most astounding years in history, starting 12/21/2012. I would have expected some obvious signs of a temple and an antichrist on June 6, 2016. But instead, the world has seemed relatively normal.
      So either the common interpretation of what to expect in the 7 years before the end is wrong, or we aren’t so close to the end yet.
      My advice is to live your life well, and assume that you have many years ahead of you.

      1. Come on David. WTF is a 13 year old doing reading your blog?
        Vacillating between “this is”, “I”, and “we” indicates a troll.
        “Graduate -> get a job -> enjoy life” is very doctrinaire – it is the troll imagining such a youngster’s aspiration.

        If Xavier was genuine he’d be reading your blog because his research led him to it, and he’d ask an incisive question, not bleat that you’re scaring him.

        For example, he might observe that for the sky to be split apart as if a scroll was rolled up indicates that the pole shift involved considerable angular velocity (such as would be caused by a 180° flip), as a opposed to a relatively sluggish Hapgoodesque crustal shift.

      2. Thanks for the advice DM. But I also don’t want those disasters to happen like earthquakes, sharknadoes and tsunamis.

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