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  1. Auntie Docks at |

    Jehova: *knock* *knock*
    Non-Believer: Who’s There?
    Jehova: 1874, 1914, 1918, 1920, 1925, 1941, & 1975
    Non-Believer: 1874, 1914, 1918, 1920, 1925, 1941, & 1975 who?
    Jehova: May 21, 2011!!!

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  2. Montynet at |

    Only around 8 people died in the1666 great fire of London

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  3. Matthew at |

    Apparently we were supposed to die yesterday. Meh, if we listened to every one of those I would be dead about, 15 times maybe?
    Btw, If you want to read about more doomsday prophecies you should go google exitmundi. Website that has around 50-60 of them.. I poured 4 hours reading it :/

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  4. seaScorpius at |

    Fun fact: 1914 is when WWI started an in 1918 WWI ended. In 1941, Hitler’s march on Europe properly began even though he started the plans and forming his regime in 1939. Maybe Jehovah’s Witnesses may have been wrong on jesus’ return but they were onto something as I’m sure those other dates something quite drastic happened.

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    1. Ryan Kent at |

      We are in a world that always has wars and natural disasters. Every year, under your train of thought, can be proven as a year someone prophecized the end.

      Vague doest prove someone is right or we need to follow the scriptures of nostradamus and EVERY CHRISTIAN FUNDAMENTALIST GROUP EVER!

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  5. Lars P at |

    good article and interesting reading, but i am not so sure the last part is correct. you say that the jehovas whitnesses claimed several times that the world would end. i would like to see some scource material for that statement, as i was brought up a jehovas whitness (i left, at age 14) and while they admidt openly to have claimed 1914 as the end of days, they allso claimed that they never after that put any actual time on when the world would end, i have read personaly the statement from the watchtower published before 1914 (i believe it was from 1912) but in all my childhood i have never come across any statement or article nameing a date or year for the end of days, or armageddon as they call it, to happen. 1874, 1918, 1920, 1925, 1941, & 1975. wasent part of the teachings in my youth, or any of those in my family.

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  6. wilfred basquial at |

    The following verse was sited in a J. Witness blog: Matt 24:36, Mark 13:32-“But of that day and hour no one knows, not even the angels of heaven, nor the Son, but the Father alone.”
    I think this Jehova winess member knows better than his co -members who made such careless predictions about doomsday date….

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  7. sum guy at |

    well the foretelling of a doomsday from the Jehovah’s Witnesses is said to be the future so it hasn’t passed yet making number 1 one the list irrelevant to this list.

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  8. Ginsberg Dupuy at |

    What about Dec 21st 2012???

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