The Big Crisis, the one in which entire countries go bankrupt, has begun.

I pray all y’all are Rapture Ready.

Rapture Psalm 108

  1. In September 2001, the end of the Jewish Shemitah #823 coincided with the destruction of the World Trade Center buildings (the symbols of Americas economic strength) by Muslim terrorists. One week later Wall Street had one of its greatest collapses.
  2. In September 2008, the end of Jewish Shemitah #824 coincided with Wall Street’s largest decline. America is now the world’s largest debtor nation.
  3. In September 2015, the end of Jewish Shemitah #825 will be followed by the fourth Blood Moon in the current tetrad.

According to the articles linked below, all of the so-called economic recovery since 2009 has been based on the Central Banks’ ability to successfully play Keynsian craps with the global economy.

These banks are starting to come up with sevens. In 2013, the Bank of Japan nearly broke its bond market. A month or so ago, China’s First Central Bank lost control of its stock market.

With the Fed and other Central banks now leveraged well above 50-to-1, it’s only a matter of months before the whole world’s economy comes up snake eyes.


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2 responses to “The Big Crisis, the one in which entire countries go bankrupt, has begun.

  1. chrissythehyphenated

    For the record, I have never been into conspiracy theories and I thought the Y2K thing was stupid. Whatever computer problems arose would be fixed within minutes.

    But this … this is just too real. Besides which, there is ZERO reason to panic. We just need to keep on doing what we’ve hopefully always been doing … living day to day, steeped in prayer.

    I tell people I’m Rapture Ready, by which I mean that I’m ready to meet the Lord however He chooses to call me home. I could have a heart attack or a stroke at any moment.

    I’ve been near death twice already in my life, so this is not some “fear of death” thing. It’s just being realistic. And it’s also being joyful.

    If we’re truly Christians, then we should be THRILLED at the prospect of going to meet Jesus!


  2. Things are getting very ugly out there with the European economic crises and the Chinese economic meltdown and the oil crash apparently being all demand-based, indicating global recession. I’m just glad our leaders are on the job and not vacationing off on some island somewhere! Oh, wait…