Sunday, July 1, 2012

José Luis de Jesús was wrong about the World ending

Jewish date:  11 Tammuz 5772 (Parashath Balaq).

Today’s holidays:  Thirteenth Sunday of Ordinary Time (Roman Catholicism), Oh! Canada Day (B.C.) (Church of the SubGenius).


I would prefer not to post on this blog today.  I recently finished reading The Golden Bough by Sir James George Frazer, and I still have to write up a review of this interesting work for my series on Neopaganism.  However, José Luis de Jesús of Growing in Grace International Ministry, Inc., the man who thinks he is both Christ and Anti-Christ, predicted that the World would end yesterday, June 30, 2012.  It should go without saying that he was wrong.  I checked De Jesús’s official English site, and so far there does not seem to be any explanation of what went wrong or even so much as an “oops”.  I expect that the popularly predicted end of the World on December 21 is going to turn out much the same…




  1. I wonder what excuse they are going to come up with to explain his lies away.

  2. maybe the god change his plan,the samelike harold camping excuses.

    1. If I remember correctly, Harold Camping was shocked that he was wrong the last time and wisely decided it was a good time to retire and get out of the spotlight. We can only hope that De Jesús does the same.

  3. My nephew believes in this "religion" and I think it's sad how one man can be so manipulative

  4. You have my sympathies. I hope De Jesús's blatant failure suggests to your nephew that he needs to rethink his beliefs.