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BBC Asteroid Impact Simulation End Of The World Predictions

A huge asteroid with a diameter of 500 Kilometer is going to impact on Earth! Destination: Pacific Ocean. The asteroid impact peels 10 kilometers crust off the surface of Earth. The resulting shockwave travels at hypersonic speed. The debris from the impact is blasted to the lower orbit of Earth, and they returns to destroy everything on the planet. The firestorm created by the asteroid impact encircles the Earth,

vaporizing everything in our world. Within 24 hours of asteroid impact, the entire Earth will be uninhabitable. The researchers have found that this scenario has happened 6 times in Earth's history.

7 of Societys Freakiest Cults

These are 7 of society's freakiest cults.These people have taken brainwashing to a whole new level. Today's tutorial was requested by Bendaman, MrMonkey123, Harley Hapster. If you have any other topics you'd like to learn about, subscribe letus know in the comments section below. Number 7: Heaven's GateFormed in 1974, Heaven's Gate was a religious group from San Diego that believed planetEarth was going to be recycled that their survival depended on leaving our planet assoon as possible. So on March 26th, 1997, authorities discovered ' bodies from thegroup, who committed a mass suicide. Its group

members believed that by killing themselves,they could reach a spacecraft following Comet HaleBopp to safety. The group formed in 1974, two years afterMarshall Applewhite Bonnie Nettles met to discuss their beliefs in extraterrestrials,particularly as they related to the teachings of Saint Francis of Assisi, who taught thatthe world was beautiful good but needed to be destroyed in order to purify it of sin.Based on this belief, the pair was certain that the world would be destroyed recycledin the near future. They recruited a number of followers overthe years, hoping to someday contact extraterrestrials

in order to escape Earth's destruction.The group began giving up all earthly possessions earthlike characteristics, soon detachingthemselves from all of their belongings friends. They were under the impression that theirbodies were mere vessels in their journey to the “Next Level.� Thus, the ' cultmembers killed themselves in order to reach the supposed extraterrestrial spacecraft thatwould lead them to safety. Number 6: The Branch DavidiansThe Branch Davidians are a religious cult formed in 1955 as an offshoot of the DavidianSeventhDay Adventists. The group is perhaps best known for their involvement in the infamousWaco siege of 1993, in which 76 of its cult

members were killed, including their leaderDavid Koresh. The group was originally formed in 1955 whenBenjamin Roden was expelled from the SeventhDay Adventist for his supplemental teachings,as he claimed he was a prophet. He warned of the second coming of Christ, claiming hecould raise the dead. When Roden died, his wife, Lois, took over had an affair withDavid Koresh. Upon her death, she named Koresh to be her successor instead of her son, George.The group faced a power struggle Koresh ultimately won the majority of the support. By 1993, the group continued to radicalizeto the point where they were preparing to

fight the supposed army of Babylon. It wasbecause of this that the FBI suspected them of owning illegal weapons at their compoundin Waco, Texas. After issuing a search arrest warrant, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms,and Explosives (or ATF) tried raiding the compound, at which point the Branch Davidiansopened fire killed two agents while losing four of their own. As a result, the FBI surroundedthe compound laid siege for 51 days. The siege ended in a shootout between the FBI,ATF, Branch Davidian members. 76 members of the group were killed, including DavidKoresh himself. Number 5: The Order of The Solar TempleThe Order of the Solar Temple is a secret

society loosely associated with the KnightsTemplar. While their exact origins are unclear, they are believed to have been inspired byJulien Ortigas, a French rightwing activist in 1968. They were officially formed in 1984in Geneva, Switzerland by Luc Jouret Joseph Di Mambro. The Order of the Solar Temple ismost notorious for the killing rampage mass suicides that took place from 1994 – 1995in which several dozen people were killed. The cult's belief system was centered onestablishing what Robert Chabrier referred to as “establishing correct notions of authorityand power in the world.� Joseph Di Mambro, however, convinced his followers that he wasa reincarnated member of the 14thcentury


Okay, first rule, ifyou ever find yourself in a cultlike situation, do not drink the KoolAid. Seriously, no sleepy juice for me, thanks, I have a big day of, you know,living planned for tomorrow. So in recent decades, cults have gotten a bad reputation and rightfully so.

Some have been behind somepretty despicable things. Slavery, ritual suicides, mass killings, and not to mention, the destruction of Tom Cruise's reputation are just a few examples. Cults have actually existed since the beginning of civilization, and often get confused or masqueraded

as new forms of religion. Now, that you probably knew, but what you likely didn't know is that some of the strangest ones that have ever existed, exist right now. So just to make sure that you don't end up getting brainwashedby the wrong group of people,

let's dive right into it. Here are the 10 Most BizarreCults that Exist Right Now. Number one is Nuwaubianism. The Nuwaubians originatedas a black Muslim group in New York City back in the 1970s, founded by Dwight York. Some beliefs held bythis religion include, and get ready for this,

aborted fetuses are living in the sewers who plan on taking over the world. Another is that Satan has a child that was born in New York City, the mother of which isJacqueline Kennedy Onassis. Of course, the Pope was present at birth, and Richard Nixon raised the child. Oh, and they also believe that aliens

are coming at some point to take the 144,000chosen people away in a (whistles) flying saucer. Ah yes. But as if that wasn't enough, the leader, Dwight York, got busted for racketeering, childsex slave trafficking,

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