The Rapture is Not in the Bible: Why you want to be Left Behind

The Rapture is Not in the Bible

Why You WANT to be Left Behind



Any moron (or Satanist … kind of the same thing) can create a false religion or piggyback on an existing one. John Darby was the moron that invented the “Pre-tribulation Rapture” scam. And it is a very profitable scam, next only to the “pay-us-and-go-to-heaven” scam of the Roman Catholic Cult (Cult of Cybele). This con man below made millions from the fake “rapture” in 2011.



In Christian eschatology the rapture refers to the belief that either before, or simultaneously with, the Second Coming of Jesus Christ to earth, believers who have died will be raised and believers who are still alive and remain shall be caught up together with them (the resurrected dead believers) in the clouds to meet the Lord in the air. (From Wikipedia. Note – Wikipedia is written by ordinary people and so can be filled with propaganda at times.)



The Rapture doctrine did not exist before John Darby invented it in 1830 AD. Before it “popped into John Darby’s head” no one had ever heard of a “secret” rapture doctrine.

From The Bible website, an excellent, detailed resource.

The idea of the rapture has been marketed by the Left Behind series of books. Don’t fall for the propaganda put forward by the Left Behind series. The rapture is not in the bible. In fact, the opposite is true. It is the good guys who will be left behind, just like Noah, and just like Lot.

This excellent article looks at how the author Tim LaHaye is tied to the Illuminati. Anytime a book gets as much publicity and distribution as these books did, it is approved by the Satanic oligarchs; it even had Nicholas Cage (the practitioner of Voodoo) as the actor for the movie. Plus the movie had major distribution in Walmart. Since Nicholas Cage practices voodoo, he is obviously the opposite of a  Christian.

The following is an excerpt from this excellent article which explains how the rapture is not what many have been led to believe:

“The “Rapture” refers to a passage in First Thessalonians 4, where Christians are “caught up” in the clouds to meet the Lord in the air.” Many Christians believe, and the Left Behind books promote, that this being “caught up” to meet the Lord will occur before the Great Tribulation sometime in the near future. Christians will simply vanish, meet Jesus somewhere in the air, and then return with Him to Heaven to await the end of time.

But notice, in verse 15, Paul says that “…we who are alive, who are left,” shall be caught up. This is a very important point to stress to rapture enthusiasts.

Those who are “left” get caught up to meet the Lord. Keep that in mind as we look at these next couple of Scripture passages.

The Left Behind books get their name from a passage in Luke 17, and a similar passage in Matthew 24, which compares the coming of the Lord to the days of Noah and the days of Lot. Matthew 24 puts it this way: “As were the days of Noah, so will be the coming of the Son of man…[they ate, they drank, they married] and they did not know until the flood came and swept them all away, so will be the coming of the Son of man. Then two men will be in the field, one is taken and one is left. Two women grinding at the mill, one is taken one is left.”

“One is taken, one is left” — the Rapture right? Jesus takes the Christians and leaves behind non-Christians?!

That’s how rapture enthusiasts interpret these passages. Well, you need to say to them: “Not so fast, folks.” Two problems with the Protestant “Left Behind” interpretation: First, in the passages from Luke 17 and Matthew 24, Jesus’ coming is compared to the days of Noah and the days of Lot.

Let’s think about that for a moment. After the flood, who was left? Noah and his family — the good guys. The bad guys were taken and the good guys were left behind! After Sodom and Gomorrah went up in smoke, who was left? Lot and his daughters — the good guys. The bad guys were taken and the good guys were left behind!”

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The word “rapture” is not in the bible. In the King James version of the bible, Luke 17:34, Jesus said,

“I tell you, in that night there shall be two men in one bed; the one shall be taken, and the other shall be left.” (Note that in those days people were poor and did not have electricity, and it was very common for many people to share a bed- to do the innocent activity of sleeping). “Two women shall be grinding (grain) together; the one shall be taken and the other left. Two men shall be in the field; the one shall be taken, and the other left.

And they answered and said unto him, Where, Lord? And he said unto them, “Wheresoever the body is, thither will the eagles be gathered together.”

That word “eagles” is most important. Most editions of the bible translate “eagles” to mean “vultures”.

That’s a world of a difference! But most people who read only the King James bible might end up thinking this is a good thing, when in fact in modern English Jesus said,

“Wheresoever the body is, thither will the vultures be gathered together.”

This fits in with what we have been warning people about; a fake rapture and a harvest that is very different to what commercialized, Masonic Christianity has been trumpeting – it will be a harvest of humans by aliens (the vultures).

Watch this video and read this article; “Do not get on the Ships; They are coming for the Harvest“;  it may be the most important thing you ever do:

It likely also fits in with the Three Days of Darkness:

Learn how all this could be preceded by giant spherical UFOs appearing in the sky.





The Three Days of Darkness

Giant Spherical UFO & The Rapture

Do Not Get on the Ships; The Coming Harvest of Humans by Aliens