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Discussion 1 to Meditation 801
Mark May 28 2012 on your Calendar

by: JT

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According to Robert Weinland[1], and based of course on the last book in the Bible, The Revelation to John, the End will arrive by May 27, 2012.

From the web site promoting Weinland's free book (he does not even ask for an email address when you download it[2]):

The year 2008 marked the last of God’s warnings to mankind and the beginning in a countdown of the final three and one-half years of man’s self-rule that will end by May 27, 2012.

On December 14, 2008, the First Trumpet of the Seventh Seal of the Book of Revelation sounded, which announced the beginning collapse of the economy of the United States and great destruction that will follow. The next three trumpets will result in the total collapse of the United States, and once the Fifth Trumpet sounds the world will be thrust into WW III.

The Seven Trumpets of the Seventh Seal, as well as the Seven Thunders of the Book of Revelation (which the apostle John saw but was restricted from recording) are revealed in this book.

Now in planning for the future, who are you going to believe? Ed Babinski in Meditation 801? or Robert Weinland?

My fearless prediction? Just mark May 28 2012 on your calendar as a day to party. Because we are still going to be here. And in honor of this prediction, May 28 has been designated "We're Still Here Day"[3] on the Church Calendar to commemorate the failure of every End Times Prediction ever made.

For a more detailed look at Weinland's prediction, see Meditation 820



  1. Robert Weinland is the head of one of the splinter groups that developed out of the Worldwide Church of God after Herbert W. Armstrong's death. And each claims to be the true successor to Armstrong's legacy.
  2. He's not looking for a way to solicit donations as he asks for no personal information when you download - he must really believe the end is nigh and thus has no use for money. Unlike, for example, the tabloid, The Globe which recently headlined The End to occur two weeks ago (also based on The Revelation to John), but still solicited new subscriptions in the same issue.
  3. This has been changed to May 22 to relflect Harold Camping's much more publicized prediction. See Discussion 2