AB786. Letusan Gunung Ontake Dan Belahan Rahma Jelang Tanggal 30

 
 

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HAL:  Letusan Gunung Ontake Dan Belahan Rahma Jelang Tanggal 30

 
 

Pada surat “Ana Ivanovic Kena Gempa Tokyo 5,6 SR Dan Tak Bisa Ke Lantai 30” aku menulis soal gempa di Tokyo yang terjadi satu jam setelah aku menyebut pada tweetku ke Ana Ivanovic soal aku melihat cahaya datang bersama dia. Lalu respon Bill Gates sehari kemudian pada jam satu siang 17 September 2014, memuat link ke artikel mengenai pisang yang bernama Musa velutina, yang mengingatkan pada kisah pertemuan nabi Musa a.s. dengan Allah di sebuah bukit, yang menyebabkan gunung di dekat situ hancur dan nabi Musa a.s. terpelanting pingsan tak sadarkan diri akibat memohon agar Allah tampil dengan wujud yang asli. Kemudian sekitar 10 hari setelah itu pada 27 September 2014 terjadi gunung Ontake di dekat Tokyo Jepang meletus. Gunung Ontake merupakan gunung berapi tertinggi kedua di Jepang setelah gunung Fuji.

Mount Ontake erupts in central Japan

By Ed Payne, CNN
September 27, 2014
Updated 1725 GMT (0125 HKT)

(CNN) — Mount Ontake erupted late Saturday morning, sending a plume of smoke and ash into the sky, the Japan Meteorological Agency reported. Local authorities said there were roughly 150 hikers in the area at the time, according to the agency, which raised the Volcanic Alert Level for Ontake from 1 to 3. The public is advised to not approach the volcano, and police and firefighters have deployed to help hikers near the summit. About 250 people living near the mountain have decided to remain in their homes, police said. The volcano last erupted in 2007. It is located about 155 miles (250 kilometers) west of Tokyo.
Japan Mount Ontake volcano:

Death toll reaches 47

BBC – 1 October 2014 – Last updated at 19:59
Rescue workers in Japan have recovered more bodies from Mount Ontake, bringing to 47 the number of those killed by Saturday’s volcanic eruption. The search resumed despite fears of toxic gases and another eruption. The number of those unaccounted for is unknown but estimates say hundreds were at the summit at the time. Dozens were injured by falling debris. Since then, volcanic tremors have been continuously detected with smoke still coming out of the volcano. The majority of bodies found near the summit on Wednesday were hikers, according to local police. Helicopters have been used to bring the dead down from Mount Ontake. Around 1,000 troops, police and fire fighters are involved in rescue operations. The relatives of the dead and missing are waiting for news in a town hall in the nearby area of Kiso.
bbc.com
Gunung Fuji, gunung berapi tertinggi di Jepang dengan ketinggian 3.776 meter, terletak di pulau Honshu.   foto: telegraph.co.uk
Gunung Ontake, gunung berapi tertinggi kedua di Jepang dengan ketinggian 3067 meter, terletak di pulau Honshu.    foto: wikipedia
Map locates Mount Ontake, Japan.
(AP) September 27, 2014 10:49 AM
In this photo taken by an anonymous climber and was offered to Kyodo News, dense plumes rise near the summit crater of Mt. Ontake as the volcanic mountain erupts in central Japan, Saturday, Sept. 27, 2014. With a sound likened to thunder, the 3,067-meter (10,062-foot) mountain spewed large white plumes high into the sky, sending people fleeing, covering surrounding areas in ash, with more than 250 people stuck on the slopes for hours, many taking refuge in mountain lodges that dot the way up. ( AP Photo / Kyodo News ) JAPAN OUT, MANDATORY CREDIT – September 27, 2014 8:09 AM
This picture taken by a climber Keiji Aoki on September 27, 2014 shows climbers evacuating from Mount Ontake as the volcano erupted  ( AFP Photo / Keiji Aoki )  –  September 27, 2014     6:31 PM
Hikers trying to escape from the unexpected eruption on Ontake in Japan on September 27, 2014. wired.com / 09.27.14 – 9:16 am / Photo by YouTube (Kuroda Terutoshi) video capture
Some 250 hikers were forced to run for their lives after Mount Ontake erupted yesterday lunchtime without any prior warning, covering the area in rock and ash.  dailymail.co.uk / 11:07 GMT,
27 September 2014
In this photo taken by an anonymous climber and was offered to Kyodo News, climbers descend Mt. Ontake to flee as the volcanic mountain erupts in central Japan, Saturday, Sept. 27, 2014. With a sound likened to thunder, the 3,067-meter (10,062-foot) mountain spewed large white plumes high into the sky, sending people fleeing, covering surrounding areas in ash, with more than 250 people stuck on the slopes for hours, many taking refuge in mountain lodges that dot the way up. ( AP Photo / Kyodo News )  – JAPAN OUT, MANDATORY CREDIT – September 27, 2014    3:30 PM
A picture taken by climber Keiji Aoki on September 27, 2014 shows white smoke rising from Mount Ontake as the volcano erupted.  ( AFP Photo / Keiji Aoki )  –  September 27, 2014   6:26 PM
Final photograph: Izumi Noguchi took this incredible photograph of a huge cloud of ash from Japanese volcano Mount Ontake just moments before he was killed. His body and camera were found near Mount Ontake’s summit shrine compound. dailymail.co.uk / AP / 16:34 GMT, 3 October 2014.
Gesture: Among the victims of the volcano was 59-year-old hiker Izumi Noguchi (left) who took the photographs of the ash cloud. His wife Hiromi (right) has now opted to make the images public as a tribute to Mr Noguchi’s memory.  dailymail.co.uk / AP / 16:34 GMT, 3 October 2014.
Tragic: Izumi Noguchi’s images – which were taken last Saturday on Mount Ontake – show the minutes immediately after the volcano erupted, sending dense plumes of gas and ash high into the sky and leaving at least 47 people dead, with a further 16 people still unaccounted for.  dailymail.co.uk / AP / 16:34 GMT,  3 October 2014.
Volcanic gases and ash billow from the peak crater of Mount Ontake in central Japan Tuesday afternoon, Sept. 30, 2014. Increased seismic activity raised concern Tuesday about the possibility of another eruption at the Japanese volcano where dozens of people were killed by Saturday’s initial eruption, forcing rescuers to suspend plans to try to recover at least two dozen bodies still near the summit. ( AP Photo / Kyodo News ) – JAPAN OUT, MANDATORY CREDIT.  Read more here: http://www.kansascity.com/news/nation-world/article2341503.html#storylink=cpy
Climbers and a car, covered with volcanic ash, are seen at a parking near Mount Ontake in Kiso town in Nagano prefecture, central Japan September 27, 2014, in this photo taken and released by Kyodo. The Japanese volcano erupted on Saturday, spewing ash and small rocks into the air and leaving seven people unconscious, eight seriously injured and more than 250 stranded on the mountain, officials and media said. Mandatory credit. REUTERS/Kyodo (JAPAN – Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT) ATTENTION EDITORS – THIS IMAGE WAS PROVIDED BY A THIRD PARTY. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NOT FOR SALE FOR MARKETING OR ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS. THIS PICTURE IS DISTRIBUTED EXACTLY AS RECEIVED BY REUTERS, AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS. MANDATORY CREDIT. JAPAN OUT. NO COMMERCIAL OR EDITORIAL SALES IN JAPAN. YES – September 27, 2014   8:12 AM
Japanese Ground Self-Defense Force’s CH-47 helicopter sits on the ground as Mount Ontake continues to erupt in Otaki in Nagano Prefecture, central Japan, Tuesday, Sept. 30, 2014. Increased seismic activity raised concern Tuesday about the possibility of another eruption at a Japanese volcano where dozens people were killed, forcing rescuers to suspend plans to try to recover at least two dozen bodies still near the summit. ( AP Photo / Koji Ueda ) – Associated Press via Yahoo! News / Sep 30 , 2014        07:39am
A picture released by Japan’s Self Defense Force shows soldiers and rescue workers searching for survivors on Mount Ontake on September 28, 2014.  AFP Photo / September 29, 2014    4:37 AM
In this Sunday, Sept. 28, 2014 photo released by Nagoya City Fire Dept., a Nagoya City firefighter uses a gas analyzer to check toxic volcanic fumes while conducting rescue operation of hikers trapped near the summit area of Mount Ontake with Japan Ground Self-Defense Force personnel in central Japan. Increased seismic activity raised concern Tuesday, Sept. 30, about the possibility of another eruption at the Japanese volcano where dozens of people were killed by Saturday’s initial eruption, forcing rescuers to suspend plans to try to recover at least two dozen bodies still near the summit. ( AP Photo / Nagoya City Fire Dept. ) EDITORIAL USE ONLY Associated Press via Yahoo! News / Sep 30, 2014   07:58am
Rescue workers and soldiers search for survivors among ash covered mountain cottages on Mount Ontake after the volcano erupted  AFP Photo / September 28, 2014    6:17 AM
An aerial view shows rescue workers searching for missing people in the erupted Mount Ontake, central Japan, Monday, Sept. 29, 2014. Japanese soldiers managed to bring down eight more bodies by helicopter from the ash-blanketed peak of a still-erupting volcano on Monday, before toxic gases and ash forced them to suspend the recovery effort in the early afternoon. ( AP Photo / Kyodo News ) JAPAN OUT, MANDATORY CREDIT – September 29, 2014   1:24 AM
KMA25. Otaki (Japan), 28/09/2014.- A Japanese Ground Self-Defence Force helicopter and rescue workers are searching for survivors at the mountain shrine covered with volcano ash on the summit of Mount Ontake, the 3,067-meter volcano, about 230 kilometers west of Tokyo, central Japan, 28 September 2014. The volcano buried at least seven in ash and injured at least 32 climbers after the volcano, located between Nagano and Gifu prefectures, erupted before noon on 27 September. Rescue work began early 28 September by Fire department, police and Japan Self-Defence Force. (Incendio) EFE/EPA/KIMIMASA MAYAMA    September 28, 2014    2:04 AM
This aerial picture taken on September 28, 2014 shows a helicopter of Japan’s Self Defence Force lifting a survivor from the volcanic ash covered top of Mount Ontake, one day after it erupted. AFP Photo / September 28, 2014    8:03 PM
A helicopter of the Japan Ground Self-Defense Force lifts a person injured during the eruption on Mount Ontake in central Japan, Sunday, Sept. 28, 2014. Mount Ontake erupted shortly before noon Saturday, spewing large white plumes of gas and ash high into the sky and blanketing the surrounding area in ash. A Japanese police official says rescuers have found more than 30 unconscious bodies believed to be dead near the peak of the erupting volcano. (AP Photo/Kyodo News) JAPAN OUT, MANDATORY CREDIT – September 28, 2014 2:21 AM A climber is lifted by a helicopter as being rescued from the peak of Mount Ontake in central Japan, Sunday, Sept. 28, 2014. Mount Ontake erupted shortly before noon Saturday, spewing large white plumes of gas and ash high into the sky and blanketing the surrounding area in ash. Rescue workers on Sunday found more than 30 people unconscious and believed to be dead near the peak of an erupting volcano, a Japanese police official said. ( AP Photo / Kyodo News ) JAPAN OUT, MANDATORY CREDIT – September 28, 2014    3:36 AM
Firefighters raise a blue sheet as a body of a hiker trapped in the mountaintop area during the eruption of Mount Ontake is airlifted by a Japan’s Ground Self-Defense Force helicopter in Otaki in Nagano Prefecture, central Japan, Monday, Sept. 29, 2014. Japanese soldiers managed to bring down eight more bodies by helicopter from the ash-blanketed peak of a still-erupting volcano on Monday, before toxic gases and ash forced them to suspend the recovery effort in the early afternoon. ( AP Photo / Kyodo News ) JAPAN OUT, MANDATORY CREDIT – September 29, 2014     11:48 AM
Firefighters carry a hiker from a helicopter after a rescue operation near the peak of Mt. Ontake in Kiso town, Nagano prefecture, central Japan in this September 28, 2014 photo taken and released by Kyodo. More than 30 people were feared dead on Sunday near the peak of the Japanese volcano that erupted a day earlier, sending a huge cloud of ash and rock tumbling down its slopes, while packed with hikers. Mandatory credit. REUTERS/Kyodo (JAPAN – Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT) ATTENTION EDITORS – FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NOT FOR SALE FOR MARKETING OR ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS. THIS IMAGE HAS BEEN SUPPLIED BY A THIRD PARTY. THIS PICTURE WAS PROCESSED BY REUTERS TO ENHANCE QUALITY. AN UNPROCESSED VERSION WILL BE PROVIDED SEPARATELY. MANDATORY CREDIT. JAPAN OUT. NO COMMERCIAL OR EDITORIAL SALES IN JAPAN. YES – September 28, 2014     3:24 AM KMA30. Otaki (Japan), 28/09/2014.- A Japanese Ground Self-Defence Force armored vehicle arrives to join the rescue operation near Mount Ontake, the 3,067-meter volcano, about 230 kilometers west of Tokyo, in Otaki, central Japan, 28 September 2014 after the volcano’s eruption. Sign reads: ‘Off Limits due to eruption of Mt. Ontake’. Hundreds of rescue workers were searching for dozens of people reported missing after the volcano eruption in central Japan, local media reported 28 September. A total of 32 people remained unaccounted for since Saturday’s eruption of Mount Ontake, the Kyodo News agency reported, citing Nagano prefecture government officials. Plumes of smoke extended up to 10 kilometres above the 3,067-metre mountain, between Gifu and Nagano prefectures, and it continued to erupt overnight, the Japan Meteorological Agency said. EFE/EPA/KIMIMASA MAYAMA – September 28, 2014    2:24 AM
A military vehicle prepares to head to rescue climbers on Mount Ontake, background, in Otaki Village, Nagano prefecture in central Japan, Sunday, Sept. 28, 2014. Mount Ontake erupted shortly before noon Saturday, spewing large white plumes of gas and ash high into the sky and blanketing the surrounding area in ash. Rescue workers on Sunday found more than 30 people unconscious and believed to be dead near the peak of an erupting volcano, a Japanese police official said. The white sign on the vehicle reads ” Disaster relief mission.”
( AP Photo / Koji Ueda ) – September 28, 2014    5:12 AM
Why Deadly Japan Volcano Erupted Without Warning. An image captured from a video of the Sept. 27 eruption at Ontake volcano in Japan. LiveScience – Asahi.com / September 29, 2014 – 4:55 PM
Lack of warning in Japan’s Mt. Ontake

volcano eruption raises questions

Angela Fritz – Washington Post
September 30 at 8:15 am

With all of the technology in place to monitor volcanoes and earthquakes, especially in Japan, it’s a fair question to ask: why was there no warning before the deadly eruption of Mount Ontake in Japan on Saturday?

But on Mount Ontake, the only warning hikers received on Saturday was a loud boom, “like thunder,” minutes before a massive ashcloud overtook the mountain.
Though it may seem that Saturday’s eruption took scientists by surprise, there’s probably little else they could have done to prevent the tragedy, at least with the current monitoring equipment. And when it comes to predicting the events themselves, “it depends on the type of eruption,” says Joe Dufek, professor of geophysics at the Georgia Institute of Technology.

Dufek explains that Saturday’s eruption had a large steam component — what scientists call a phreatic eruption. Red hot magma boiled ground water around the volcano until it exploded and was released as steam, launching ash high into the air. Saturday’s phreatic eruption was similar to those seen on Mount Ontake in 1979, 1991, and 2007.

The difficult aspect of this kind of eruption is that it can go virtually undetected. “An eruption like this doesn’t even require magma to move around,” says Dufek, which means that it wouldn’t have been noticeable on seismometers, like the Iceland eruption was.

Of the 110 active volcanoes in Japan, 47 of them are monitored closely by scientists. Mount Ontake is one of them. Scientists have 12 seismometers on the volcano, as well as five GPS instruments and a tiltmeter, used to measure whether or not the ground is moving. Eleven minutes before the eruption, the seismometers showed a volcanic tremor, but neither the GPS nor the tiltmeter showed any changes.

Why Japan missed volcano’s warning signs

David Cyranoski – nature.com
29 September 2014

Why did the government not issue a warning and evacuate people?

Increased seismic activity at a volcano, like that observed in early September, can signal a greater chance of an eruption, but often it does not. In 2011, the same type of increase was observed at Ontake without any subsequent eruption. Unlike some volcanoes, such as Mount Usu in Hokkaido, Ontake does not have an easily predictable cycle. “It’s a very quiet mountain,” says Tanada. “Each active volcano has its own characteristics.”

Most volcanoes show erratic seismic activity. Mount Fuji, for example, often has dozens of small earthquakes in a day, and others can have more than 100. If the rules were to restrict people from a volcano when it showed the activity seen at Ontake before last week, the authorities would have to close more than 10% of Japan’s volcanoes to visitors. “We could just restrict everywhere, but people don’t want that,” Tanada says.

 
 

Pada 18 September 2014 aku menulis “Ana Ivanovic Kena Gempa Tokyo 5,6 SR Dan Tak Bisa Ke Lantai 30“, berisi soal responku ke Ana Ivanovic pada 16 September 2014 mengenai aku melihat cahaya datang bersama Ana Ivanovic. Responku itu diikuti satu jam kemudian dengan gempa 5,6 SR di Tokyo tempat Ana Ivanovic sedang berada saat itu. Diikuti respon Bill Gates sehari kemudian pada jam satu siang 17 September 2014, dengan link ke sebuah artikel di situs Quartz mengenai soal pisang yang bernama Musa velutina. Ini mengingatkan kita pada kisah pertemuan nabi Musa a.s. dengan Allah di sebuah bukit, berupa seberkas api. Ketika nabi Musa a.s. memaksa agar Allah menampakkan wujud asli, kemudian gunung di dekat situ hancur, nabi Musa a.s. terpelanting pingsan, tak sadarkan diri. Jadi Bill Gates seperti mengingatkan bahwa gempa di Jepang 16 September 2014 itu terjadi setelah aku menyebut soal aku melihat cahaya itu datang bersama Ana Ivanovic, oleh sebab itu agar aku lebih berhati-hati. Sebab sebelum ini sudah muncul beberapa bencana besar yang seperti terkait dengan aku, sehingga seperti ada energi besar dari langit yang sedang terlibat dengan bebagai kegiatanku.

Kemudian sekitar 10 hari setelah itu gunung berapi tertinggi kedua di Jepang setelah gunung Fuji yaitu gunung Ontake di dekat Tokyo Jepang, meletus pada tanggal 27 September 2014.

Dua hari kemudian pada 29 September 2014 malam kamu muncul dengan pakaian yang sensual, di bagian atas menampakkan belahan gunung pada dada kamu, dan di bagian bawah saat duduk rok kamu cukup tertarik juga dari atas lutut kamu. Sebetulnya tanggal 30 September 2014 merupakan waktu yang tepat untuk aku datang menemui kamu, sebab sesuai dengan yang sering aku sebutkan soal agar ditanggalkan kemungkinan 3 menjadi kosong, dengan kata lain 3 tidak menjadi kosong. Sebab kalau orang-orang yang terkait dengan 3 diangkat dari dunia ini, dapat terjadi perebutan senjata-senjata pemusnah masal yang berujung kiamat.

Dua tweet dari Bill Gates pada sekitar Subuh 30 September 2014 juga seperti mendukung agar aku datang menemui kamu. Pada tweet jam 3.08 AM sebelum Subuh, memuat kode link “1wRxBva”, seperti berarti agar aku menemui R yaitu kamu Rahma, agar x berada dibawah dan juga B menurun, v. Dan tweet yang satu lagi pada jam 5.31 AM dengan kode link “1rFyrLs”, seperti berarti agar kamu juga tetap berada di bawah, berada di dunia ini, dan biarlah aku F yaitu Firman yang naik ke atas menghadap sang Pencipta. Lalu “yr” seperti berarti yes rahma, aku harus ketemu kamu hari itu. Kalau aku malas ketemu kamu, maka aku akan “Ls”, aku akan turun juga, tidak jadi naik menghadap sang Pencipta ketemu ajal untuk kebaikan umat manusia.

Dan kedua tweet itu memuat foto sepasang laki dan perempuan Asia, seperti kita juga yang dari Asia. Kedua pasangan itu merupakan pemenang dari Imagine Cup, perlombaan bagi para inventor seluruh dunia untuk melakukan inovasi menemukan produk-produk baru yang bermanfaat bagi umat manusia, dan disponsori antara lain oleh Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.

Dengan dukungan positif dua tweet dari Bill Gates seperti itu, tentu aku dapat menjadi bersemangat untuk datang menemui kamu pada tanggal 30 September 2014 itu. Namun karena pada malam sebelum itu kamu pakai baju yang sensual seperti itu, aku pikir lebih baik aku yang berkorban perasaan, tidak jadi datang. Sebab kalau sampai aku datang dan kita terjerumus berbuat yang bukan-bukan, padahal sudah muncul beberapa bencana besar yang seperti terkait persoalan kita, aku khawatir kita akan menyebabkan kemunculan bencana lain, bahkan bukan mustahil kiamat.

Keputusanku untuk tidak datang karena khawatir tergoda pakaian sensual kamu itu, tampak dimengerti oleh Bill Gates dengan memunculkan tweet beberapa jam kemudian pada 1 Oktober 2014 pagi jam 9.32 AM. Kode link pada tweet itu adalah “1Bz4TzX”, seperti berarti kalau dukungan Bill Gates itu menyebabkan aku datang ke kamu, padahal kamu lagi senang pakai pakaian sensual, aku dapat terjerumus ke dalam z, zina. Dan 4 yaitu aku Firman karena dalam bahasa Jerman atau Belanda kata “fir” berarti 4, menjadi Tidak jadi naik ke atas menghadap sang Pencipta, malah turun untuk z dengan kamu. Dan X, huruf yang sering digunakan untuk menulis Christ seperti pada Merry Christmas menjadi Merry X’mas, seperti berarti orang-orang yang terkait X yang malah diangkat dari dunia fana ini, menyebabkan terjadi perebutan senjata-senjata pemusnah masal yang berujung kiamat.

Pada tweet 1 Oktober 2014 itu, Bill Gates juga menyebut kata-kata “unique needs of students”. Jadi keteguhanku untuk tidak datang menemui kamu pada 30 September 2014 itu disebabkan malam sebelum itu kamu berpakaian sensual, meskipun pada pagi hari sudah muncul dua tweet dukungan dari Bill Gates untuk aku datang, seperti membuka mata hati Bill Gates bahwa persoalan aku dengan kamu bukan sekedar persoalan needs untuk kebutuhan biologis, melainkan ada “unique needs”, seperti yang sering aku sebutkan selama ini soal kekhawatiranku kalau kita tidak berhati-hati dalam hubungan kita, akan menyebabkan bencana bahkan mungkin kiamat.

Pesan tweet “How can software help teachers adapt to the unique needs of students”  dengan kode link “1Bz4TzX” itu, menuju ke artikel mengenai  “Gates Foundation Announces Finalists for $20 Million in Digital Courseware Investments”. Memang untuk aku akan lebih sreg kalau aku menemui kamu dalam keadaan sudah berhasil menjual lukisan-lukisanku, entah dengan harga $20 Million atau berapa, agat tidak menyerempet bahaya seperti momen yang dapat terjadi pada tanggal 30 September 2014 itu.

Kalau aku datang dalam keadaan sudah berhasil menjual lukisan-lukisanku, pembicaraan kita dapat lebih fokus dan tidak berlarut-larut dengan resiko menimbulkan bencana besar. Kamu tinggal menentukan apakah mau menikah sama aku atau tidak. Kalau tidak mau, aku cuma akan kasih bagian untuk kamu sesuai lukisanku yang memuat kamu, dan kemudian aku dapat berlanjut dengan rencanaku melakukan perjalanan ke berbagai tempat di dunia untuk menggali inspirasi, sebelum aku ketemu ajal untuk kebaikan umat manusia. Jadi kita tidak menimbulkan kesan mempermainkan isyarat-isyarat yang sudah muncul selama ini dari langit.

Dari beberapa berita di media mengenai letusan gunung Ontake di Jepang 27 September 2014 itu, disebutkan korban tewas yang berjumlah 47 orang adalah para pendaki gunung, disebabkan tidak ada peringatan mengenai gunung itu akan meletus. Pihak berwenang Jepang, ini kita bicara salah satu negara paling maju di dunia, menyebutkan memang tidak tampak ada tanda-tanda yang cukup meyakinkan bahwa gunung itu akan meletus. Ini jadi seperti terkait soal kiamat, yang oleh para Ustadz disebutkan bahwa kiamat tidak akan terjadi kecuali dengan secara tiba-tiba.

Jadi kalau sudah muncul beberapa isyarat penting seperti itu, namun kita malah bersikap business as usual, kamu malah lebih suka memancing aku dengan pakaian sensual sehingga aku malah lebih suka untuk terpancing, tentu kita cuma akan membahayakan masyarakat luas.

Tweet lain dari Bill Gates muncul pada 4 Oktober 2014 dengan memuat peta dunia, seperti isyarat bahwa Bill Gates setuju kalau aku segera melakukan perjalanan ke berbagai tempat di dunia untuk menggali inspirasi, sebelum kemudian aku ketemu ajal untuk kebaikan umat manusia.

 
 

Jakarta,  7 Oktober 2014.
wassalam,

 
 

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