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End Times & Biblical Prophecy

Date: 03-22-06
Host: George Noory
Guests: Irvin Baxter, Scott Stevens

Founder of Endtime Ministries, Irvin Baxter, discussed how biblical prophecies such as from the Book of Revelation are lining up to indicate that we are entering into 'End Times.' In his estimation we are only around six to eight years away from the final battle of Armageddon, which he described as a conflict involving nuclear weapons, lasting possibly just 45 days. Leading up to this will be a war involving a nation with a 200 million strong army (which he suspects is China) that will result in the deaths of 2 billion people.

One of the key 'End Times' indicators, he said, is the planned National ID Card which Americans will need to begin using by May 2008. The card is moving us much closer to the prophesied "Mark of the Beast," he believes, and because of this and other concerns, he has launched the No National ID campaign.

The Antichrist is likely a man somewhere in his 40's to 60's, possibly a high official in the EU, opined Baxter, who added that the man doesn't realize he's the Antichrist but actually thinks of himself as being Christ-like. Baxter does not believe that Maitreya is the Antichrist-- in fact, he doesn't think Maitreya even actually exists.

Weather Manipulation

First half-hour guest, meteorologist Scott Stevens said he will speaking at a rally taking place on Thursday March 23rd in Los Angeles against weather modification legislation (U.S. Senate Bill 517 & U.S. House Bill 2995). He also predicted that in the upcoming hurricane season storms will be driven further up the East Coast causing evacuations in states such as New York.

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