Thursday, June 14, 2018


And he had power to give life unto the image of the beast, that the image of the beast should both speak, and cause that as many as would not worship the image of the beast should be killed. --Revelation 13:15

Is it possible that AI and quantum computers will play a role in how the image functions?

AI can detect Alzheimer’s a decade before symptoms show

AI Could Hijack Brain-Computer Interfaces and Take Control of Our Minds

AI is now so complex its creators can’t trust why it makes decisions

An AI researcher reveals his greatest fears about the future of AI

Baidu unveils voice cloning artificial intelligence that can swap genders and remove accents using just a few seconds of audio

Could robots pretend to be YOU? Cyber security experts warn that AI could mimic writing styles and habits of millions of users to launch devastating scams

Deutsche Bank CEO Says AI Will Help Him Cut Tens Of Thousands Of Jobs

Elon Musk's Periodic Reminder Of The Coming AI Apocalypse

Face-reading AI will be able to detect your politics and IQ, professor says, will be able to detect if gay or straight

Facebook Announces It Will Use A.I. To Scan Your Thoughts "To Enhance User Safety"

Google develops AI in a kit for your home for $45

Meet 'Norman,' the Darkest, Most Disturbed AI the World Has Ever Seen (scroll down to the sci-tech section)

Quantum Pioneer Compares Singularity AI to Alien Invasion

This Artificial Intelligence System Predicts The Future To Help You Around The House

Wednesday, June 13, 2018

Tuesday, June 12, 2018


The auto industry:

The auto industry is going to be hurt badly. --The Vision, 1973

"I'm Truly Starting To Fear The Worst For The US Car Industry..."

O'Reilly Automotive Plummets On Disappointing Sales; Mild Winter, Low Hispanic Spending Blamed

Stockman: "We're On The Fast Track To 'Carmageddon'"

Subprime Auto Bubble Bursts As "Buyers Are Suddenly Missing From Showrooms"

Subprime Chaos: The Auto Bubble's Bursting And The Data Is Worse Than 2008


Another "Dust Bowl" drought:

A second judgment zone will be stricken with drought. Long, tragic drought. Rivers and streams will dry up. Water tables will no longer support irrigation systems. Crops will wither and die in the fields. Winds will carry away topsoil, and this nation will suffer its worst dust bowl in all its history. None has been like it before, and none will ever be like it again. The drought will spread and cover thousands of square miles. . . . . . . God . . . Will judge America with severe drought. . . . Scientists will try to explain the drought as just another dry cycle. --Racing Toward Judgment, 1976

Drought Conditions In The Southwest Are So Bad That They Are Already Being Compared To The Dust Bowl Of The 1930s


Crop-destroying pests are coming:

Scientists may try to explain the spreading drought conditions as another dry cycle, but they will not be able to explain away the infestation of worms and pestilences of crop- and root-destroying insects that coming. --Racing Toward Judgment, 1976

They know no boundaries appear to be indestructible and eat everything before them: New hybrid swarm of "MEGA-PESTS" to threaten world crops


Nude dancing in the church:

Nude dancing in certain of these member churches will be excused as "artistic forms of worship." . . . Nudity in the church will not go unanswered by God. . . . Although nude dancing will not become widespread, it will continue to be accepted by many church leaders as a legitimate expression of worshippers seeking to find "the beauty of soul through the beauty of human form." --The Vision, 1973

Hillsong NY Features Naked Dancing Cowboy


Church leaders will accept homosexuality::

There are only two forces that hold back homosexuals from giving themselves over completely to their sin, and they are rejection by society and the repudiation and teachings of the church. When society no longer rejects their sin as abnormal and fully accepts them and encourages them in their abnormality, and when the church no longer preaches against it as sin and consoles them in their sexual activities -- there no longer exist any hindering forces. The floodgates are open, and homosexuals are encouraged to continue in their sin. In my vision I’ve seen these two roadblocks being swept away. When that which hinders is taken away, chaos will follow. --The Vision, 1973

Pope's reported comment to a gay man may indicate a new level of acceptance of homosexuality


Homosexuality a 'gift' from God:

Homosexual and lesbian love will be vindicated by the leadership of this church union and will not only be welcomed but will be encouraged. . . . New teaching efforts will be focused on an attempt to enlighten men on how to live with their problems and, in fact, to enjoy these weaknesses as "gifts from God." --The Vision, 1973

Radical homosexual priest appointed to Vatican says gay sex can express Jesus’ “self-gift”

Pope Francis-appointed bishop: Homosexuality is not ‘an option ... but a gift from God’


A new sex drug:

I believe a new sex drug will be concocted and distributed soon by the black market to teen-agers an students. It will break down moral restraint and lead thousands of teen-agers into promiscuous sex activity. --The Vision, 1973

Ecstasy use jumps in Europe, no longer just a dance drug: report


Persecution from TV comedies:

TV comedy shows will become bolder and bolder in poking fun at Christ and true Christians. Comedy writers will mete out blow after blow through comedy shows designed to put down sacred traditions. Eventually these shows will be punctuated with four-letter words, and anything will go. Television programming will become absolutely blasphemous and millions of unbelievers will be able to sit in front of their TV sets laughing and mocking as subjects once considered sacred are undermined. . . . The worst is yet to come! --The Vision, 1973

New CBS Sitcom ‘Living Biblically’ Decried as ‘Hollywood Mockery of Christians’

Tuesday, June 5, 2018


Arizona: Veterans 4 Child Rescue Foundation Say They’ve Found Underground Chambers in Tucson Used For Child Trafficking

California Bans Travel to Oklahoma over ‘Discriminatory’ Gay Adoption Law

Colorado: Firefighters continue to attack 416 Fire north of Durango, now at 1,974 acres in size

Delaware K-12 Schools: Students May Choose Their Race and Gender, and Keep It Secret From Parents

Hawaii may have suffered greater impact from Fukushima than originally anticipated new study shows

Hawaii's Kilauea volcano has multiple fissures and has destroyed multiple homes

Hawaii's Big Island was rocked by more than 500 quakes on Sunday

Illinois residents still fleeing state in record numbers

Indiana: Drugs laced with bug spray have zombie-like effects

Kansas sued by ACLU for passing law that makes it harder for illegals to vote

Minnesota School District Paralyzed by Violence

Nebraska: Fish kills reported at several Nebraska lakes

New Hampshire Lawmaker Equates Homeschooling To "Child Abuse"

New Jersey Abruptly Freezes Spending As It Nears Financial Disaster

New York Muslim firefighter won't face charges for threatening to kill colleagues

New York Has a Habit of Releasing The Worst Felons From Prison

Ohio women being offered unsafe abortion, health inspection records show

Pennsylvania rattled by series of mysterious booms; FBI investigates

West Virginia meth overdose deaths soar to record high

Yellowstone's steamboat geyser blows for 6th time this year

Yellowstone Super-Volcano Steamboat Geyser Goes Off AGAIN