Wednesday, January 15, 2014


Rev 6:8 And I looked, and behold a pale horse: and his name that sat on him was Death, and Hell followed with him.

Have any of you been reading about Fukushima? It's a dark topic, I will admit I have avoided because it is so troubling.  I have also delayed doing so because I am not sure if it is fear-mongering or which news is true, though I doubt we are being given the full story. The bible prophecies regarding the pale horse which some prophecy teachers have deemed as world-wide radiation poisoning could apply here.  Since they have been pouring literally endless gallons of radioactive water into the Pacific ocean, it is a scary picture especially if you know bible prophecy about our oceans dying. There have been many reports of sea-life and fish dying off in the Pacific.  Some of the "conspiracy" crowd are reporting that the radiation has reached the West Coast of America now. I wonder too what is happening to the people in Japan as well.

Revelation 11:18 And the nations were angry, and thy wrath is come, and the time of the dead, that they should be judged, and that thou shouldest give reward unto thy servants the prophets, and to the saints, and them that fear thy name, small and great; and shouldest destroy them which destroy the earth.


Anonymous said...

My Brother-in-law has recently sent us 2 articles from the European Union Times on Fukushima, very disturbing. I did find this; I need to verify the report of the Pentagon agency stockpiling potassium iodide. - Don

Anonymous said... - Don

Bible Believer said...

Thanks Don, I tend to NOT trust Scopes, they dismiss too much that is true as "conspiracy"

Here they say the water of the ocean dilutes all the radiation, here we all have to use common sense, they have been having it pour into the ocean for months.

Tell me if the report of the stockpiling of potassium iodine is true....

Anonymous said... - Don

Bible Believer said...

"West Coast sardine crash could radiate throughout ecosystem

If sardine populations don't recover soon, experts warn, the West Coast's marine mammals, seabirds and fishermen could suffer for years.

January 05, 2014|By Tony Barboza

The sardine fishing boat Eileen motored slowly through moonlit waters from San Pedro to Santa Catalina Island, its weary-eyed captain growing more desperate as the night wore on. After 12 hours and $1,000 worth of fuel, Corbin Hanson and his crew returned to port without a single fish.
"Tonight's pretty reflective of how things have been going," Hanson said. "Not very well."

To blame is the biggest sardine crash in generations, which has made schools of the small, silvery fish a rarity on the West Coast. The decline has prompted steep cuts in the amount fishermen are allowed to catch, and scientists say the effects are probably radiating throughout the ecosystem, starving brown pelicans, sea lions and other predators that rely on the oily, energy-rich fish for food.

If sardines don't recover soon, experts warn, the West Coast's marine mammals, seabirds and fishermen could suffer for years.

The reason for the drop is unclear. Sardine populations are famously volatile, but the decline is the steepest since the collapse of the sardine fishery in the mid-20th century. And their numbers are projected to keep sliding.


thanks don for the link...

Anonymous said...

Yes, I don't know what to make of this, but it is being talked about a lot in conspiracy circles. It is really a potential huge disaster that will affect hundreds of millions of people. And yet, a complete silence about it in the MSM.

Anonymous said...

Psalm 34:4 "I sought the Lord, and he heard me, and delivered me from all my fears."

Anonymous said... - Don

Anonymous said...

I Corinthians 1:8. "He will keep you strong until the end."

Bible Believer said...
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Bible Believer said...

Thanks for the verses, Amen to that. We were warned in God's Word how bad things would get here, so we would keep hope in Him.

I think potassium iodide could be harmful to people in many ways. If you are allergic to shellfish I have read you should not take it. Also for those with thyroid disease it is more risky.

Lynn said...

I don't turn to for reliable advice. In my experience it offers shallow and often times questionable advice.

Take a look at the comments over there. Intelligent and thoughtful responses are in the minority. And the shills are there putting the thinking people down for their thoughtful (one would say educated) responses.

Anonymous said...

I understand the critical attitude as this is a highly unsettling topic, but do attempt to bring some alternative input. (Isaiah 1:18a) - Don

Anonymous said...

My last comment should have been directed @ Lynn - Don

FaithGuy3 said...

Hate to say it, but the "truther"/"alternative" media is the only media outlet reporting the facts here.

As Christians, should we fear this? Absolutely not, as our hope is in Jesus Christ our Saviour, and his finished works on the cross.

However, the fact that the Apostate church is so blind to events like this is not surprising at all.

And if anything too, not a bad idea to do research on this, so that we would know what foods to avoid. Personally, I'm a fish eater, so I have to be careful.

Again, this isn't living in fear, it's using discernment and watching bible prophecy unfold, as Jesus Christ says it would.

Lynn said...

Hi Don, I must have done a poor job communicating.

It wasn't the seriousness of Fukushima and the radiation fallout I was questioning; I have seen the reports/demonstrations of folks who've purchased Geiger counters and are personally collecting readings as they walk the beaches of southern California, and it tells a very sobering story about the extent to which we're NOT being told the real state of things in the mainstream media.

What I find difficult to take seriously is the quality and reliability of websites like That's all I was trying to say.

Too often their articles give the feeling they're written by fledgling journalists. Other times it smacks of obvious disinfo as from "The Office of Propaganda"...

Anonymous said...

@ Lynn, I get that you do not like the ABOUT website. My point was you criticize and offer no alternative. What then would you use? - Don

Luca said...

Bible Believer,what do you thnik of Psalm 104?
Bible Believer, you are creationist?

FaithGuy3 said...

Just curious - has anyone noticed how the average church in America, with their 501c3 status, has budgets in the $100Ks, even some in the $1ms?(No, I'm not talking about megachurches here, even though yes they are included too) I've even heard a couple of pastors admit they've saved up at least $100K in their "General Funds" for a "rainy day".

Pretty much it's become pretty obvious why these Babel church buildings have scoffed at end times prophecies, b/c they are much more concerned about earthly wealth. They can say until they're blue in the face how they need these "budgets" to maintain their preaching the gospel et al, but this passage of scripture stands firm nonetheless...

Revelation 3:14 And unto the angel of the church of the Laodiceans write; These things saith the Amen, the faithful and true witness, the beginning of the creation of God;
Rev 3:15 I know thy works, that thou art neither cold nor hot: I would thou wert cold or hot.
Rev 3:16 So then because thou art lukewarm, and neither cold nor hot, I will spue thee out of my mouth.
Rev 3:17 Because thou sayest, I am rich, and increased with goods, and have need of nothing; and knowest not that thou art wretched, and miserable, and poor, and blind, and naked:

Yes, b/c they've accumulated these big budgets, this is why they have this "we have need of nothing" attitude(and hence scoff at end times prophecies).

I bring this up b/c I was just talking about 501c with someone on another message forum - the sadder part about this is that Planned Parenthood, witches covenants, etc are also 501cs.

With that being said - the writing is on the wall(in terms of all of the signs Jesus Christ says about the end times). Even this Fukushima disaster hasn't been that "secret"(as it has hit the internet pretty widely, forget the MSM. Come to think of it, even NBC News reported about it one time).

Ultimately, I think people just choose to keep their heads in the sand and act like everything's OK. A couple of professing Christians I know would respond, "But it was John Darby who made the whole thing up", or "Please don't listen to Hal Lindsey".

I don't endorse either Darby nor Lindsey one bit, but nonetheless these are the same people who say we should blindly follow our pastors step for step?

Anonymous said...

"I don't turn to for reliable advice. In my experience it offers shallow and often times questionable advice" is as unreliable as wikipedia and countless other shills.

Anonymous said...

@ Anon Another opinion with no solution. The ONLY place we will find all truth is in God's word. Every other thing and everyone will have some truth. I think you get my point. - Don