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December 2, 2012 in Preparedness


Dont worry about it kids,here are the facts,APOCALYPSE:an event of great significance or violence,(oxford dictionary) A christian bibical revelation about the future of the World,not accepted by Jews as part of the Hebrew scriptures,and were not included in the protistant bible at the reformation.A bibical fantasy or not,there could still be an event of vast destruction,that we can class as being Apocalyptic,like a Thermo-Nuclear war,a Meteorite striking Earth,or a very powerful CME (coronal mass ejection) from our Sun,that could cause very heavy rain and flooding,like it does about every 1,000 years or so,but we are not that delicate that it would end our World,and every thing will be done to make sure our children will be safe,and survive it,until the next one in a thousand years time from now,ok!.

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3 responses to Children Terrified of the Apocalypse.

  1. All of you, Well said!!! If children are scared now, wait till the economic crash, foreign troops and door to door gun/food confiscation!

  2. If you’ll start telling your child at age of 3 that there’s a dark, sick, syphilitique elites running the world into destruction and the rest of it – they will have nightmares. You have to let a child have his age of inocence. But you can prepare him for that moment when he will be ready to listen, ready to understand the deeper levels of reality as it is. With stories, with fables, bit by bit learning a child to think.. and in the end – he should be able to understand it all without any nightmares of big bad men controling his thoughts and actions.
    For my children – i have a stack of clasical literature that i read to them, that we talk about, that i use to explain things that child sees in the world. Among others, got myself a book with all the fables by Aesop, his life story and fables of other thinkers of that time where they refere to Aesop – all in one book. Realy amazing piece of literature. They help to explain so much and have some realy good thoughts in them. For example fable about monkeys who wanted to build a city, but where stoped by an older monkey who said – “it will be easyer to capture us once walls surround us.” Read it to a child and once he’ll be old enought to realise that all the civilisation is based on city building (all that masonic crap), that all the Agenda 21 is based on stucking us up into a population areas, where police state can go right after us and where will be NO privacy – his mind will already understand that, just thanks to that little ancient story writen by a very smart slave. :)

    So what i’m trying to say here – there are ways how to talk about those dark things with children while protecting them from the darknes of those things. Ways how to prepare them for the moment when they will be ready to see those things, so they can then understand them. It’s not easy, since you have to understand the fables and fairytales yourself, so you can explain them and choose wich ones are worth to read.. but as any parent – one can and will do it’s best for they children.

  3. From: http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?term=apocalypse

    revelation, disclosure,” from Church L. apocalypsis “revelation,” from Gk. apokalypteinuncover, disclose, reveal,” from apo- “from” + kalyptein “to cover, conceal”.

    The Christian end-of-the-world story is part of the revelation in John of Patmos’ book “Apokalypsis” (a title rendered into English as “Apocalypse” c.1230 and “Revelations” by Wyclif c.1380).

    Its general sense in Middle English was “insight, vision;” [the] meaning “a cataclysmic event” is modern. As agent nouns, apocalypst (1829), apocalypt (1834), and apocalyptist (1835) have been tried.

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