I've been listening to Komurosan's channel but... yesterday went back in the archives and found videos that stated that "president elect" Obama was some great upcoming benefit. I could not help but think that if the videos were so wrong about that, they could also be wrong about many other things. I'm not saying this to annoy Obama supporters (the 40% or so of Americans that still think he's okay) ... but just to say, oh my goodness. He's just a shill. If you haven't seen the Obama Deception movie, take a look. Anyhow. I lost hope for his presidency when he chose cabinet members full of foreign interests and broke his campaign promises - especially the one regarding the war. And I'd still like to know why he's spent so much money to hide his birth certificate!
Anyhow, Komurosan's YouTube channel has videos that tell of planetary transformation changes - a topic that interests me greatly. But if the channeler is so wrong about that presidency - how can he or she be right about everything else?
Then I thought back to Noah. According to the Baha'i writings, people quit believing in Noah's prophecy of a flood because every time he predicted it, no flood took place, until the last time when everyone drowned because they didn't believe him and so didn't prepare. It makes me wonder if this is another of those things. There's a Bible prophecy, "As it was in the days of Noah, so shall it be..."
I'm just sayin' . . .
We live in strange times.
From the writings of Bahá’u’lláh:
"Among the Prophets was Noah. For nine hundred and fifty years He prayerfully exhorted His people and summoned them to the haven of security and peace. None, however, heeded His call. Each day they inflicted on His blessed person such pain and suffering that no one believed He could survive. How frequently they denied Him, how malevolently they hinted their suspicion against Him! Thus it hath been revealed: “And as often as a company of His people passed by Him, they derided Him. To them He said: ‘Though ye scoff at us now, we will scoff at you hereafter even as ye scoff at us. In the end ye shall know.’” Long afterward, He several times promised victory to His companions and fixed the hour thereof. But when the hour struck, the divine promise was not fulfilled. This caused a few among the small number of His followers to turn away from Him, and to this testify the records of the best-known books. These you must certainly have perused; if not, undoubtedly you will. Finally, as stated in books and traditions, there remained with Him only forty or seventy-two of His followers. At last from the depth of His being He cried aloud: “Lord! Leave not upon the land a single dweller from among the unbelievers.”
And now, consider and reflect a moment upon the waywardness of this people. What could have been the reason for such denial and avoidance on their part? What could have induced them to refuse to put off the garment of denial, and to adorn themselves with the robe of acceptance? Moreover, what could have caused the nonfulfilment of the divine promise which led the seekers to reject that which they had accepted? Meditate profoundly, that the secret of things unseen may be revealed unto you, that you may inhale the sweetness of a spiritual and imperishable fragrance, and that you may acknowledge the truth that from time immemorial even unto eternity the Almighty hath tried, and will continue to try, His servants, so that light may be distinguished from darkness, truth from falsehood, right from wrong, guidance from error, happiness from misery, and roses from thorns. Even as He hath revealed: “Do men think when they say ‘We believe’ they shall be let alone and not be put to proof?”"
Source: The Kitáb-i-Íqán