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by Terrah Middleton  
12/10/2010 / Short Stories



There has been a worldwide, massive conspiracy implemented by extremist, fundamentalist Christians. According to reports throughout the world, millions of people appear to have vanished without a trace.

Self-proclaimed, born-again Christians have been warning of a "Rapture" of believers for thousands of years, since shortly after the crucifixion and purported bodily resurrection of Jesus the Nazarene, known by his followers as "the Christ."

Jesus' early disciples taught that Jesus would return again, accompanied by those who have "fallen asleep in the Lord." And His followers, yet alive, would "be caught up together with them in the clouds" at the Rapture. In recent years, however, there was a drastic increase of such primitive murmurings on websites, in radical Christian magazines, and on right-wing television and radio stations that the "Rapture" was imminent based on "birth pangs" and "signs"; the Christian extremists had been watching and waiting for their "Savior" to "come as a thief in the night."

The claims by these Christian fundamentalists had been widely discounted by the more liberal, mainstream Christian sects, who have not participated in this conspiratorial disappearance.

Fundamentalist Christians believed the Bible to be the "inspired Word of God" and according to their radical interpretation of Scripture, all who have "believed and received Jesus Christ as Lord as Savior" would be Raptured; "Changed in the twinkling of an eye" and "unbelievers" would be left to suffer through a "tribulation period" before the "Battle of Armageddon" is waged.

The multitude of people gone missing took no worldly possessions with them, which gives credence to the fact that this had to be a massive conspiracy. The disappearance was well-orchestrated and choreographed; it happened simultaneously, worldwide. The only logical conclusion is that the Christian extremists had plotted and prepared for a considerable length of time to accomplish this deception.

Multitudes of family members, friends, and neighbors of the radical cultists now believe the Rapture has, indeed, taken place; they are taking to the streets and proclaiming a belief in the tenets of faith espoused by the radical, fundamentalist Christian doctrine that Jesus Christ is Lord, and He is the only way to get to heaven. They are calling for all to repent and be "saved."

Civil disobedience has erupted as a result of this so-called "Rapture" event, and martial law has been implemented worldwide.

Our one-world government leader and prophet assure us that all is under control and measures are being implemented to control this attempt by extremist Christians to disrupt our New World Order.

(Copyright 2010)

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