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The End of the World: October 21, 2011!

Used to be guys in scraggly beards and sandals would wear sandwich boards and walk the streets shouting "Repent! The End Is Near!" But that's so old school. Now they do it online. According to EBibleFellowship.com, we just had our last Halloween.

1988 AD—This year ended the church age and began the great tribulation period of 23 years (13,000 years from creation). 1994 AD—On September 7th, the first 2300-day period of the great tribulation came to an end and the latter rain began, commencing God’s plan to save a great multitude of people outside of the churches (13,006 years from creation).

2011 AD—On May 21st, Judgment Day will begin and the rapture (the taking up into heaven of God’s elect people) will occur at the end of the 23-year great tribulation.


On October 21st, the world will be destroyed by fire (7000 years from the flood; 13,023 years from creation).

Q. Of course these are the End Times. Isn't Jerusalem becoming of interest to the entire world?

Jerusalem is a holy city for three Abrahamic religions. It has always been of interest.

Q. But isn't the US Currency falling?

This is more of a sign that Americans like to buy imported oil and finished goods. Since we pay for them in dollars, we are shipping a lot of dollars overseas. There is more supply for greenbacks than demand.

Q. But isn't the European Union gaining strength?

Sure. So what was the economic objection to "socialized medicine" again?

Q. But isn't Russia becoming defiant and returning to a Cold War stance?

Why must a sovereign nation be compliant to the United States?

Q. But isn't Apostate Christianity running rampant?

One person's apostasy is another person's orthodoxy.

Q. What about the One World religious movements gaining momentum?

Christ said he would have one flock and one shepherd.

Q. What about the natural disasters increasing in record numbers?

Please provide evidence that the frequency of natural disasters are spiking.

Q. What about the apathy in the Church?

There is no apathy in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.

Q. What about the gay rights movement worldwide?

Next thing you know, they'll want to ride in the front of the bus or drink from our water fountains.

Q. What about all the Celestial signs increasing?

Name one recent celestial sign.

Q. What about crime rising in record numbers?

If crime is a constant percentage by population, and if population rises, then crime rises too. A rising tide lifts all boats.

Q. What about China’s immense military power (200,000,000)?

China only has 2,250,000 active troops. It's popular now to claim China is going to surpass the United States. In 1989 you had all the same kind of talk about Japan kicking our ass economically and buying up everything from the Statue of Liberty to Yosemite National Park. Demographics is destiny, and China is about to encounter the phenomenon of a Japan-style "lost decade". We get to be on top for yet one more American Century, at least until we are finished mining out all the solar energy that has been banked underground for 25 million years.

Q. What about the fact that love for others is growing colder?

And meanwhile we try to pass amendments to the Constitution to make sure same-sex couples who do have warm love for each other can't get married.


25JAN11

Births for January 25

  • 749 Leo IV, the Khazar, Byzantine emperor (775-80)
  • 1509 Giovanni Morone, Italian theologist/diplomat/cardinal/"heretic"
  • 1540 Edmund Campion, English Jesuit
  • 1615 Govert Flinck, painter (Isaac blessed Jacob)
  • 1627 Robert Boyle, Ireld, physicist/chemist/author (experiments with color
  • 1736 Joseph-Louis, comte de Lagrange, French mathematician
  • 1759 Robert Burns, Scotland, poet (Auld Lang Syne)
  • 1814 Francis Harrison Pierpont, governor (Union), died in 1899
  • 1826 Rembt T H P L A van Boneval Faure, Dutch 1st Chamber member
  • 1839 Seldon Connor, Brig General (Union volunteers), died in 1917
  • 1851 Jan Blockx, Belgium, opera composer (Princess of Herberg)
  • 1860 Charles Curtis, (R) 31st US VP (1929-33)
  • 1866 Emile Vandervelde, leader of Belgian BWP party
  • 1874 Hewlett Johnson, author (Red blanket of Canterbury)
  • 1874 Somerset W Maugham, Paris, novelist/poet (Of Human Bondage)
  • 1882 Virginia (Adeline) Woolf, author (Jacob's Room, To the Lighthouse)
  • 1885 A J Else Mauhs, German/Ned's actress (Eline Vere, L'aiglon)
  • 1891 Dame Gwen Ffrangcon-Davies, Britian, actress (Cleopatra)
  • 1891 William C Bullitt, 1st US ambassador to USSR
  • 1898 Joachim Wach, German/US philosopher/sociologist (Tie Verstehen)
  • 1899 Ace Goodman, KC Mo, comedian (Easy Aces)
  • 1900 Mildred Dunnock, Balt, actress (Baby Doll, Nun's Story)
  • 1900 Theodosius Dobzhansky, Ukraine, genetist/writer (Mankind Evolving)
  • 1902 Gerard P M Knuvelder, literature historian (Vocation, Kitty)
  • 1904 Frans Goedhart, journalist/founder (The Slogan)
  • 1913 Witold Lutoslawski, Warsaw Poland, composer
  • 1918 Ken Mayers, actor (Robbie Robertson-Space Patrol)
  • 1919 Edwin Newman, NYC, newscaster/journalist/author (NBC-TV, Comment)
  • 1922 Jules P de Palm, Antilles writer
  • 1924 Lou "The Toe" Groza, AAFC, NFL tackle, kicker (Cleve Browns)
  • 1927 Gregg Palmer, SF, actor (Scream, To Hell & Back)
  • 1928 Eduard Shevardnadze, Soviet Georgia, foreign minister of USSR (-91)
  • 1931 Dean Jones, Decatur Ala, actor (Ensign O'Toole, Company, Love Bug)
  • 1933 Corazon Aquino, president of Philippines (1986- )
  • 1934 Elizabeth Allen, Jersey City NJ, actress (Laura-Bracken's World)
  • 1936 Dan Schaefer, (Rep-R-CO, 1983- )
  • 1937 Don Maynard, NFL receiver (NY Jets), #13
  • 1941 Elzie "Buddy" Baker, race-car driver
  • 1945 Leigh Taylor-Young, Wash DC, actress (Peyton Place, Alice B Toklas)
  • 1946 Josephine M Verspaget, sociologist/Dutch 2nd Chamber member (PvdA)
  • 1946 Ronnie Brandon, rocker (McCoys)
  • 1950 Michael Cotton, rocker (Tubes)
  • 1953 Malcolm Green, rocker (Split Enz-I Got You)
  • 1954 Condredge Holloway, Alabama, CFL quarterback (Ottawa, Toronto)
  • 1954 Richard Finch, rock bassist (KC & Sunshine-That's the Way I Like It)
  • 1955 Joe Strummer, rock vocalist/guitarist (Clash-Rock the Casbah)
  • 1957 Martha Elizabeth Thomsen, Moses Lake Wash, playmate (May, 1980)
  • 1958 Dinah Manoff, NYC, actress (Elaine-Soap, Carol-Empty Nest)
  • 1958 Gary Tibbs, rocker (Roxy Music-Let's Stick Together)
  • 1960 Andy Cox, rock guitarist (Fine Young Cannibals-She Drives Me Crazy)
  • 1961 Michele Tobin, Chicago Ill, actress (Fitzpatricks)
  • 1963 Carl Fysh, rocker (Brother Beyond-Can You Keep a Secret)
  • 1963 Suzanne Klemann, singer (Lois Lane)
  • 1964 Chip Foster, actor (Chip & Pepper's Surf's Up Saturday)
  • 1964 Pepper Foster, actress (Chip & Pepper's Surf's Up Saturday)
  • 1965 Brian Holman, Winfield Ks, pitcher (Seattle Mariners)
  • 1969 Jesse Harte, Rome Ga, heavy metal vocalist (Southgang-Tainted Angel)
  • 1971 China Slick, rocker (daughter of Grace Slick)
  • 1974 Jonathan Bryan Colling, Boston, rocker (4 Fun-Unbelievable Fun Boys)

Passings for January 25

  • 1138 Anacletus II, (Pietro Pierleone), Pope (1130-38), dies
  • 1139 Godfried I, with the Beard, duke of Brabant/earl of Leuven, dies
  • 1494 Ferdinand I, cruel king of Naples, dies
  • 1640 Robert Burton, author (Anatomy of Melancholy), dies
  • 1726 Guillaume Delisle, French geographer (Atlas g‚ographique), dies
  • 1733 Reinier V, of Hompesch, gen-maj cavalery, dies
  • 1820 Joseph F Weigl, German/Austria violin cellist, dies
  • 1899 Alfredo d'Escragnolle, French/Brazilian writer (Innocencia), dies
  • 1906 Joseph Wheeler, Confederate General, dies at 70
  • 1906 Pierre L Goossens, archbishop of Mechelen/Cardinal, dies
  • 1910 L‚on Walras, French economist (School of Lausanne), dies
  • 1920 Amadeo Modigliani, Italian sculptor/painter, dies
  • 1947 Al Capone, Chicago gangster, dies of syphillis
  • 1963 Wilson Kettle, Nfld, dies at 102, leaving 582 living descendants
  • 1975 Vivien Kellems, TV hostess (The Power of Women), dies at 78
  • 1978 Tango Duke, dies in Australia at 42; oldest known thoroughbred horse
  • 1982 Mihail A Suslov, Soviet party leader, dies
  • 1990 Ava Gardner, actress, dies in London at 67 of pneumonia
  • 1992 Nico Schuyt, composer, dies


Holidays for January 25

  • (Uganda) 2nd Republic Day
  • (Australia) Australia Day (last Monday in January) (1788)
  • 2001 (China) Chinese New Years-The Year of the Snake (4699)


Interesting events for January 25

  • (Christian) Commemoration of St Ananias of Damascus
  • (RC, Ang, Luth) Feast of the Conversion of St Paul the Apostle


Special events for January 25

  • 844 Gregory IV begins & ends his reign as Catholic Pope
  • 1494 Alfonso II replaces his father as king of Naples
  • 1533 England's King Henry VIII marries Anne Boleyn (approximate date)
  • 1554 Sir Thomas Wyatt gathers an army in Kent, rebels against Queen Mary
  • 1579 Treaty of Utrecht signed, marks beginning of Dutch Republic
  • 1775 Americans drag cannon up hill to fight British (Gun Hill Road, Bronx)
  • 1799 1st US patent for a seeding machine, Eliakim Spooner, Vermont
  • 1802 Napoleon elected president of the Italian (Cisalpine) Republic
  • 1817 Rossini's opera "La Cenerentola" premiers in Rome
  • 1825 1st US engineering college opens, Rensselaer Polytechnic, Troy, NY
  • 1835 The opera "I Puritani" is produced (Paris)
  • 1844 Recontre between Reps Weller & Shriver, US House of Representative
  • 1851 Sojourner Truth addresses 1st Black Women's Rights Convention (Akron)
  • 1856 Battle of Seattle; skirmish between settlers & Indians
  • 1863 Battle of Kinston, NC
  • 1863 General Joseph Hooker replaces Burnside as head of Army of Potomac
  • 1865 The CSS Shenandoah arrives in Melbourne, Australia
  • 1875 Anti-slavery society formed in NY
  • 1877 Congress determimes presidential election between Hayes-Tilden
  • 1890 National Afro-American League forms in Chicago
  • 1890 Nellie Bly beats Phileas Fogg's time around world by 8 days (72 days)
  • 1890 United Mine Workers of America forms
  • 1894 HW boxing champ James J Corbett KOs Charley Mitchell
  • 1904 179 die in coal mine explosion at Cheswick, Pennsylvania
  • 1905 Largest diamond, the Cullinan (3106 carets), found in South Africa
  • 1907 Julia Ward Howe is 1st woman elected to Natl Inst of Arts & Letters
  • 1909 Richard Strauss' premier of "Electricity" in Dresden
  • 1914 F Kaiser discovers asteroid #778 Theobalda
  • 1914 G Neujmin discovers asteroids #779 Nina, #780 Armenia & #781 Kartveli
  • 1915 Alexander Graham Bell in NY calls Thomas Watson in SF
  • 1915 Transcontinental telephone service inaugurated (NY to SF)
  • 1916 Montenegro surrenders to Austria-Hungary
  • 1918 Russia declared a republic of Soviets
  • 1919 Founding of League of Nations, 1st meeting 1 year later
  • 1923 NVV donates Ÿ100,000 to mine workers of Ruhrgebied
  • 1924 1st Winter Olympic games open in Chamonix, France
  • 1933 K Reinmuth discovers asteroids #1250 Galanthus & #1251 Hedera
  • 1937 Miami-to-Tampa bus overturned in a canal, kills 13
  • 1937 Soap Opera "Guiding Light" premiers on radio
  • 1939 HW boxing champ Joe Louis KOs John H Lewis in NYC
  • 1940 Nazi decrees the establishment of Jewish ghetto in Lodz Poland
  • 1945 Grand Rapids, Michigan becomes 1st US city to fluoridate its water
  • 1945 Topping, Webb & MacPhail purchase Yanks for $2.8 million
  • 1945 West Africa 82nd division occupies Myohaung, Burma
  • 1946 United Mine Workers union rejoins American Federation of Labor
  • 1949 1st Emmy Awards presented; best TV film, NBC's "The Necklace"
  • 1949 1st Israeli election - Ben Gurion's Mapai party wins
  • 1951 UN begins counter offensive in Korea
  • 1953 WABI TV channel 5 in Bangor, ME (CBS) begins broadcasting
  • 1955 Jill Kinmont hits a tree & breaks her back in Snow Cup Ski Race
  • 1955 Russia ends state of war with Germany
  • 1955 US & Panama sign canal treaty
  • 1956 96.5 cm (38.0") of rainfall, Kilauea Plantation, HI (state record)
  • 1957 FBI arrests Jack & Myra Sobel, charged with spying for the USSR
  • 1959 1st transcontinental coml jet flight (American) (LA to NY for $301)
  • 1959 Pope John XXIII proclaims 2nd Vatican council
  • 1961 1st live, nationally televised presidential news conference (JFK)
  • 1961 Military coup in El Salvador
  • 1961 Walt Disney's "101 Dalmations" released
  • 1964 Beatles 1st US #1, "I Want to Hold your Hand" (Cashbox)
  • 1964 Echo 2, US communications satellite launched
  • 1965 A D Andrews discovers asteroid #1727 Mette
  • 1966 WCMC (now WMGM) TV channel 40 in Wildwood, NJ (NBC) 1st broadcast
  • 1968 Risse St in the Bronx named
  • 1969 US-North Vietnamese peace talks begin in Paris
  • 1971 Charles Manson & 3 women followers convicted of Tate-LaBianca murders
  • 1971 Himachal Pradesh becomes 18th Indian state
  • 1971 Phila mint's 1st trial strike of the Eisenhower dollar
  • 1971 WHMB TV channel 40 in Indianapolis, IN (IND) begins broadcasting
  • 1975 10th hat trick in Islander history-Denis Potvin's 1st
  • 1978 Muriel Humphrey (D-Mn) appointed to fill late husband's Senate seat
  • 1979 22.2-km Oshimizu railroad tunnel holed through, central Honshu, Japan
  • 1979 Pope John Paul II's 1st overseas trip as supreme pontiff
  • 1980 Highest speed attained by a warship, 167 kph, USN hovercraft
  • 1980 Paul McCartney is released from Tokyo jail & deported
  • 1981 52 Americans held hostage by Iran for 444 days arrived back in US
  • 1981 Super Bowl XV-Oakland Raiders-27, Philadelphia Eagles-10
  • 1983 China's supreme court commutes Chiang Ch'ing's death sentence to life
  • 1983 Infrared telescope satellite launched into polar orbit
  • 1983 Nazi war criminal Klaus Barbie arrested in Bolivia
  • 1985 "We are the World" is recorded
  • 1987 E W Elst discovers asteroid #3631 Sigyn
  • 1987 NY Giants defeat Denver Broncos, 39-20, to win Super Bowl XXI
  • 1988 George Harrison releases "When We Was Fab"
  • 1988 Longest winless streak in Toronto Maple Leaf history (15 games)
  • 1989 Michael Jordan scores his 10,000th NBA point in his 5th season
  • 1989 Yank owner George Steinbrenner meets with Pope John Paul II
  • 1990 Avianca Flight 52, runs out of fuel & crashes in Cove Neck, NY
  • 1990 Former Panamanian leader Manuel Noriega is transferred to a Miami jail
  • 1990 West-Europe's strongest hurricane
  • 1991 Manuel Noriega is given access to assets frozen by US govt
  • 1991 Soap opera "Generation's" last episode after a 2 year run
  • 1992 Dan Jansen skates world record 500m in 36.41"
  • 1992 Hubble space telescope optics finds NGC3862/3C264
  • 1993 Puerto Rico adds English as its 2nd official language


Facts for January 25

  • 25th day of the year with 340 remaining
  • 1945 2F lowest temperature for this date in NYC
  • 1967 60F highest temperature for this date in NYC


Songs for date January 25

  • 01/25/45 --- Ac-cent-tchu-ate The Positive (Crosby, Bing)
  • 01/25/45 --- Don't Fence Me In (Heidt, Horace)
  • 01/25/45 --- Ac-cent-tchu-ate The Positive (Shaw, Artie)
  • 01/25/60 --- Beyond The Sea -(Darin, Bobby
  • 01/25/60 --- Let It Be Me (Everly Brothers
  • 01/25/60 --- Theme From A Summer Place (Faith, Percy)
  • 01/25/64 --- I Want To Hold Your Hand (Beatles)
  • 01/25/64 --- Java (Hirt, Al)
  • 01/25/69 --- This Magic Moment (Jay & The Americans)
  • 01/25/69 --- Baby, Baby Don't Cry (Miracles)
  • 01/25/69 --- You Showed Me (Turtles)
  • 01/25/75 --- Can't Get It Out Of My Head (E.L.O.)
  • 01/25/86 --- Secret Lovers (Atlantic Starr)
  • 01/25/86 --- King For A Day (Thompson Twins)
  • 01/25/92 --- Good For Me (Grant, Amy)
  • 01/25/92 --- To Be With You (Mr. Big)
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