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March 23, 2012

The self-proclaimed prophet Sibusiso Mthembu said he met God and made a map of the heaven

Sibusiso Mthembu says that he has been in the sky four times and know God, Jesus and the angels. Because of this incredible assertion a lot of people are visiting his home to see a map that supposedly is from heaven.

The self-proclaimed prophet, 64-year-old Sibusiso Mthembu, from Mandeni in KwaZulu-Natal, says that there are 11 heavens, each one of those who have visited, with his first celestial journey that has taken place in December 1998.

Mthembu says that his other three trips were carried out in 2004, 2006 and the last was in 2008. Upon his return, he drew a map of the sky and its residents.

Mthembu said that while there were 11 heavens, the chief was Salem, where the temple of God was. "Jesus is God is grayish white in complexion. God is in his youth. "God says that he met during his second voyage in 2004.

Mthembu said those people who predicted the end of the world in May last year were right. "Actually, what was going on that day was a great reunion in heaven, called IL-Banta to discuss the larger war to fight satanism" he said.

"The prophet said that God's days are equivalent to 891 years, so that May 23 was the beginning of the countdown to the end of the world."

He said he would like to see the map that is being printed so that the whole world to see.

"People should come see the map because one day someone from Japan or China or the UK design a map of the sky and the people of South Africa will have forgotten that the map was originally made in South Africa

February 29, 2012

The Vatican calls for a secret Bible found in Turkey


A secret Bible where Jesus is believed to predict the coming of the Prophet Mohammed to Earth has attracted serious interest from the Vatican.

Pope Benedict XVI says he wants to see the book 1,500 years old, which many say is the Gospel of Barnabas, which has been obscured by the Turkish state during the past 12 years.

14 million pound handmade tome with gold letters, written in Aramaic, Jesus' mother tongue, is said to contain his early teachings and a prediction of the coming of the Prophet.

The leather-bound text, written on animal skin, was discovered by Turkish police during a smuggling operation in 2000.

He was watched closely until 2010, when it was finally delivered to the Ethnographic Museum in Ankara, and will soon be back on public display after a minor restoration.

A photocopy of a page of handwritten ancient manuscript is believed to be worth 1.5 million pounds.

Turkish Culture and Tourism Minister Ertugrul Gunay said the book could be an authentic version of the Gospel, which was suppressed by the Christian Church for its strong parallels with the Islamic view of Jesus.

He said the Vatican had made ​​a formal request to see the writing - a controversial text that Muslims claim it is an addition to the original gospels of Mark, Matthew, Luke and John.

According to Islamic belief, the Gospel is Jesus as a human being and not a God.

February 9, 2012

Michio Kaiku predicts the scientific and technological advances of which we witness through 2100


Michio Kaku prsenta his his book "Physics of the future", a journey in the form of predictions about the future of technology and science to the dawn of the twenty-second century.

Here I leave an interview of ABC to the physical regarding the content of this magnificent book:

- His book is a prediction of what the world in the next century. Is not it a bit early for a prediction like that?

- No. The people who are inventing the technology in the future we will already have prototypes. To write this book, my work has been to ask those same scientists to imagine the future and tell me when to believe that these technologies will start to appear on the market.

They already have the technology and what they do is to project into the future. So all the predictions I made in "Visions", the book I published in 1996, were met.

- One of the predictions of the speaker is to get artificially reproduce almost all organs of the human body. What happens to the brain?

- The brain is very complicated. In the short term what we do to rejuvenate will inject stem cells adhere to it randomly. We will have to relearn things like cycling, but the advantage is that it will expand our memory.

- If all the bodies could be artificial, non-malfunction or diseases such as cancer, will we be immortal?

- I think our grandchildren will have the option to reach 30 and stop the aging of their bodies. Current research on aging is paying off.

We are slowly discovering the genes responsible for aging. When that happens we can fix those genes. I will not say that we have the fountain of youth, but there are many ways to be able to expand the life expectancy.

- But we can avoid death?

- Yes, there are animals that die of old age, as some lizards and turtles. May end up dying, but not by age. In zoos and other environments ideals perish. In the wild die from causes such as accidents, disease or starvation.

- Is there any technology that he predicted and should be extended, but that is not yet fully developed?

- A disappointment for me has been the artificial intelligence. There are areas where we have advanced far in the development of machines that can communicate, but is still much slower than I expected. Our robots are still not aware or able to think independently.

- For centuries man has sought ways to enable telekinesis and teleportation. In his book mentions that telekinesis will be a reality soon. What about teleportation?

- You can teleport atoms and photons, but that are not people. Perhaps within a decade manage to teleport the first molecule, such as H2O or something similar. But the real teleportation of a human will take centuries. It will be really difficult, probably because we are too big.

- In his book mentions that eventually reach a "global civilization" able to take advantage of all the planet's resources. Is this model of civilization compatible with the current system of countries, borders and customs?

- While we have to pay taxes to maintain the sewer, the army, police or other public service will remain nations and borders, but the power of these nations will be greatly diminished.

We'll see how nations are becoming increasingly obsolete. The money will travel across boundaries and politics go the way of money forming trade blocs such as NAFTA or the European Union.

- What is the most decisive factor in determining the success or failure of a technology?

- The key factor is what I called "the beginning of the caveman." Broadly means that any technology will welcome if there is a parallel with what life of humans in the caves.

In the fires where a person was reported and now it's Facebook and social networks, but multiplied by a million. Always will rely more information born of human interaction. The explanation is that our personality has not changed for over 100,000 years.

- By 2100, our five senses will be enhanced through technology. If a citizen of the last century we saw, we think that people or some sort of fantastic creature?

- We shall be as gods. A person of 1900 we would like a magician or a sorcerer with our rockets and the Internet. But when we look our grandchildren century later they are like Greek gods.

Zeus could move objects with his mind and we too can. Venus had a perfect health and body, thanks to gene therapy and the use of resources such as stem cells we also reach that level. Apollo mounted on trucks could travel flyers and we will drive flying cars.

Pegasus was an animal that could be created at will and we will create new species and recover species thought extinct. The power of the mind, the power to create life, longevity ... We'll have all the powers of the gods themselves.

- You said he feels a kind of childlike wonder every time I reflect on the future. What to do to get children interested in science and get someone to pick up the baton?

- We are all born scientists, asking for the universe, being curious. When we began exploring 10 years, going to the planetarium, we play to the laboratories. But that is disappearing as we enter adolescence.

President Barack Obama spoke of the "Sputnik moment," a moment in history in which the young people's interest in science takes strength. I had a "Sputnik moment" with Sputnik.

Then people told me that my duty was to become a scientist. But that no longer exists. Today the best scientists from China and India, while Americans spend their time on YouTube, dancing and having fun.

- If in the future all the knowledge you need is just a click away, or may be inserted in our brains, a la "The Matrix", why will you go to college?

- Soon to blink will have access to all information on what we see through our lenses. But how to think, how to create strategies and new goals, that will require skills that only a tutor, a man can transmit. And that will have to continue going to college.

People continue to be paid by the interaction with the experts who can teach us to use every tool at our disposal.

May 25, 2011

World's End rescheduled for October 21

That's the good news. The bad news is that, according to Camping, the great universal cataclysm will take place within five months, ie on 21 October.

The pastor, 89, returned to his radio show a little with their tails between their legs, but alive, to tell his listeners about the negative impact that had on him that would not end the world destroyed by a incalculable earthquake intensity, as predicted.

Camping also promised ascension to heaven of some 200 million Christians.

"When the May 21 and nothing happened, he began a very difficult time for me," admitted the American pastor, founder of Family Radio station.

"I wondered what was going on. Check in my head all the promises God had made. I prayed a lot, God, what happened?" He said.
The new date

That same question is that will be doing many of the followers of Camping, especially those who quit their jobs or who donated $ 100 million or more, costing the ad campaign to spread "good news" of Judgement Final.
Notice of the Final Judgement.

Warnings on the Final Judgement were dated and were everywhere.

One of them, Robert Fitzpatrick, spent his life savings (about $ 140,000) to spread the word.

The other is Jeff Hopkins, who set up an ad on the roof of his car and went back and forth between Long Island and New York to publicize it.

"It was like getting a slap in the face," said Hopkins, a television exproductor.

The pastor Camping, meanwhile, claims to have felt so bad when his prophecy did not materialize, he took refuge in a motel with his wife.

However, to revisit the scriptures, soon made him the light, God had wanted to take the hell on earth for five months.

Camping insisted that their latest calculations give a date October 21 inevitable.

The pastor, however, had been wrong with a similar prediction in 1994.

The question therefore is whether the third will be the charm.
The evangelical Christian preacher Harold Camping, who garnered jeers to predict, wrongly, that the world would end on 21 May, admitted having made a mistake in their calculations.

May 24, 2011

The preacher spoke of the final trial date was wrong says

The evangelical preacher prophesied that the Day of Judgement would come on Saturday has a simple explanation of why he was wrong, simply miscalculated.

Instead of the world came to an end on May 21 with a huge cataclysmic earthquake, as predicted, Harold Camping, 89, said he now believes that his prophecy will happen five months later, on October 21 .

Camping, which launched a countdown to Judgement Day in which some of his followers spent their life savings before you go to heaven, made his correction in his radio program "opem Forum in Oakland, California.

The headquarters of the Family Radio network stations had been closed for camping this weekend with a sign on the door that said: "The office is closed. Sorry."

During a 90-minute speech during which at times went through the branches and included questions and answers to reporters, Camp said he felt bad about that Saturday would not have taken place prediction.

Camping said he "had come to realize" that a "compassionate and gracious God" would be a five-month truce with humanity, saving a hell on earth and that "compress the physical apocalypse in a shorter time period ".

But he insisted that on October 21 has always been the high point of his own chronology of end times, or at least the last.

The former civil engineer, deep voice and prominent ears, has been wrong before. More than two decades ago, publicly acknowledged that he was wrong in predicting that Christ would return to Earth in 1994.

To publicize the announcement, the Family Radio network of stations placed more than 2,000 posters throughout the country, stating that the Day of Judgement was near, and the faithful took the message to the streets and shopping malls.

Asked what he would tell his followers who gave up much of their worldly possessions in the belief that the world was over, Camping compared it with the recent economic crisis in the country.

"We just had a major recession. Many people have lost their jobs, their home and all have survived somehow," he said.

"People will fight," he added. "We're not in the business of giving financial advice. We are in the count that there is someone with whom to talk, and that is God."

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