Table of Contents

Prologue: The End of Life As We Know It

  1. Existence: Pointless or Endless?
    • Sarcasm is not a substitute for evidence, and bullies betray their insecurity by their rudeness.
  2. Evolution: Science or Religion?
    • What happened at the beginning explains what happens at the end for both the universe and the individual.
  3. Time: Catastrophism or Uniformitarianism?
    • Where on earth did they get that idea?
  4. Geology: The Stones Cry Out. 
    • “Dating fossils is really hard.” 
  5. Cosmology: Fake It ‘Til You Make It.
    • “One thing is sure; nothing is certain when it comes to the universe.”
  6. The Space Race Is The Arms Race
    • “It can be difficult to differentiate between the cost of…[space] projects and general military spending.”
  7. The Theory of Everything
  8. The Singularity.
    • The visual part of light is a minuscule fraction of what light actually is.
  9. Provenance
  10. Creation: Performance Art
    • “In the beginning the Universe was created. This has made a lot of people very angry and been widely regarded as a bad move.” Douglas Adams
  11. Sons of God
    • Jesus said that God was his Father, making himself equal with God.
  12. In Earth As It Is In Heaven
    • Recognizing the conflict between celestial and terrestrial beings is essential to understanding  human history from beginning to end.
  13. Son of the Morning
    • Made in God’s glorious image, but refused to develop into his likeness.
  14. Sons of the Gods
    • Humanity has an implacable enemy.
  15. Days of Thunder
    • A stable system requires constant input of energy against deterioration
  16. Made in the Likeness of God: Singularity
    • Inseparably three in one.
  17. Made in the Image of God: Anthropomorphic
    • God first sculpted the image of man, then chose it as his forever image.
  18. God is Pro Choice
    • Freedom is the ability to choose one’s actions, not to escape consequences of actions.
  19. Lust Kills. Love Dies.
    • Love conquers all, even death.
  20. The King Is Dead. Long Live the King!
    • Paradoxically, death is humanity’s greatest strength against immortals.
  21. Death Is Not Annihilation
    • We will not all die, but we will all be changed.
  22. The Seed of the Woman 
    • Only humans have, like God, the power to create a new thing.
  23. The Singularity of Humanity 
    • Diversely the same.
  24. A Champion
    • Humans are no match for hyper dimensional beings. 
  25. Forgiveness and Atonement
    • Humans are not action figures. The results of our actions reverberate through our world.
  26. Redemption and Restoration
    • Freedom isn’t free.
  27. The New Birth
    • Entrance into the hyper dimensional domain.
  28. The Bloody Birth of Civilization
    • The origins of war.
  29. Gods of War
    • A house divided against itself cannot stand.
  30. The Natality Strategy
    • The Adversary exploits this source of power.
  31. The Seed of the Serpent
    • Diversely opposite.
  32. Sin City
    • Humans are intrinsically self-centered, we simply can’t stop ourselves from ruining essential relationships thus causing harm to self and others.
  33. Days of Noah Bring Hyper Dimensional Monsters Onto Earth
    • The rape culture of ancient pagan societies has infiltrated “the free world.”
  34. A New World Order
    • An apocalypse – actual, threatened or contrived – creates a State of Fear positioning a peace-proclaiming politician to herd frantic humanity under his control.
  35. First Nations
    • Running for cover.
  36. A Nimrod By Any Name
    • The more things change, the more they remain the same.
  37. The Order of Melchizedek
    • The first Adam / human began the Priest-King dynasty / order of Melchizedek perfected by the last Adam.
  38. The Hebrew Nation
    • Understanding the Old Testament Hebrew nation is foundational to New Testament saving faith.
  39. Father Abraham
    • Abraham is the father / spiritual leader for all believers in the Promised Seed.
  40. The Promised Land
    • God established an embassy on earth from which his appointed ambassadors could minister the Kingdom of Heaven to the nations scattered at Babel. 
  41. The Exodus
  42. The Law Of Moses
    • The law of Moses is for all followers of YHVH’s Savior Melchizedek, but that doesn’t mean that all laws apply to all persons any more than all human laws apply to all persons. Some apply only to lawyers, some only to parents, some only to commercial truck drivers, etc.
  43. War Is Declared
    • Recognizing the conflict that exists between the main characters from the beginning of the story to the end is essential to understanding the actions of the secondary characters in the middle of the story.
  44. A Mechizedek Like Moses
    • As the Melchizedek / High Priest King over all the earth, Moses is not just the leading figure for Judaism, but also for the multinational Hebrews in what became commonly known as Christianity.
  45. The Son Of David
    • David earns the position of Melchizedek passed by a combination of right of inheritance and right behavior to selected descendants.
  46. Everything New Is Old Again
    • “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned…” George Santayana
  47. Your First Love
    • Love means saying you’re sorry.
  48. The Splitting Church
    • This battle for control ends in utter annihilation for the losing side. 
  49. The Separating Church
    • The original is still the best.
  50. The Schizophrenic Church
    • You can’t trust the word of an unstable church.
  51. The Fourth Kingdom
    • Biblical prophecy is not hard to understand when we believe God says what he means and means what he says.
  52. Seventy Weeks And Counting
    • Like any good book, the Bible stays true to its theme from its introduction, development through the middle, to the climax at the end:
  53. The Signs Of The Times
    • The signs of impending doom are closer to home than you think.
  54. The Day Of The Lord
    • The end begins with judgment on God’s people.
  55. Unsealed
    • Lifting seals releases safeguarded contents.
  56. Trumpet Sounds The Call To War
    • Trumpet calls alert warriors to act according to the pattern of sounds.
  57. The Beast From The Sea
    • The old gods are still active in our world.
  58. The Mark Of The Beast
    • With any counterfeit you have to know the true in order to recognize the fake.
  59. The Last Trump
    • Nothing in this life ends well when we strike out blindly into an unknown situation.
  60. The Old Must End To Bring About The New

Prologue: Advance Care Directives

To: Leaders and citizens of the world

Re: This is your COVID wake-up call: It is 100 seconds to midnight

Date: January 27, 2021[T]he COVID-19 pandemic…revealed just how unprepared and unwilling countries and the international system are to handle global emergencies properly…that could threaten civilization in the near future… [E]xistential threats…have intensified in recent years because of a threat multiplier: the continuing corruption of the information ecosphere on which democracy and public decision-making depend…False and misleading information disseminated over the internet…created social chaos in many countries and led to unnecessary death…

In 2020, online lying literally killed…

1) Existence: Pointless or Endless?

From Rev. Michael Schuler, Senior Minister, First Unitarian Society of Madison, Wisconsin

From a religious naturalist point of view, it seems obvious to me that we “go” to the same place we came from before we were conceived—the same “place” that trillions of other animals and plants have gone throughout Earth’s history when they died.  Some speak about it as “coming from God and returning to God”. Others talk about it as “coming from mystery and returning to mystery”. Still others as “coming from nothing and returning to nothing”. All these I sense as legitimate and emotionally satisfying ways of thinking and talking about what happens at death.

Any supposed “faith” which doesn’t include trusting that whatever happens on the other side of death is just fine is, in my view, really no faith at all. Fear of a terrifying, hellish after-death scenario, OR hope of a blissful, heavenly after-death scenario are just that: fear or hope; not faith, not trust.

This atheist revelator explicitly presents himself as a religious leader whose unresearched, uneducated, inexperienced opinion the reader should accept. Watch the multitude of Unsolved Mysteries if you think trusting your life to a total stranger is sure to end well.

Contrary to the words he uses, this is not faith or trust, both of which are based on acquired knowledge. This minister is using classic Orwellian newspeak.

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2) Evolution: Science or Religion?

Evolution has been aggressively championed as scientific truth in opposition to religious dogma since its inception in the 19th century. Its claim that there is no Creator of life has made significant inroads against religious belief in developed nations.

A new poll conducted by Ipsos for Reuters News in twenty-four countries found that 41% of respondents identified themselves as “evolutionists” and 28% as “creationists,” with 31% indicating that they “simply don’t know what to believe,”according to a press release issued by Ipsos on April 25, 2011.

What has Evolution discovered that establishes its scientific credentials?

From the National Science Education Standards on Evolution:

Evolution is a well-supported theory drawn from a variety of sources of data…including observations about the fossil record, genetic information, the distribution of plants and animals, and the similarities across species of anatomy and development. Scientists have inferred that descent with modification offers the best scientific explanation for these observations.

In fact, Evolution is not a scientific theory. It has remained strictly in the realm of imagination.

Is evolution a fact or a theory?

Scientists most often use the word “fact” to describe an observation. But scientists can also use fact to mean something that has been tested or observed so many times that there is no longer a compelling reason to keep testing or looking for examples. The occurrence of evolution in this sense is a fact…

Within the same breath this teacher states that “Scientists have inferred” and that evolution is a fact because it is “something that has been tested or observed so many times.” This is both a gross contradiction and a lie.

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3) Time: Uniformitarianism Or Catastrophism?

Traditional…geologists held that the catastrophes described in the Bible, such as Noah’s flood, had actually taken place and caused many of the signs of geological change that could be seen. This view was known as catastrophism.

Traditional Christian views held that the world started with its Creation…[But] 6000 years was not enough time for [evolutionary processes to develop into] the incredible diversity of life in the world...

Hutton (1726–1797) was a Scottish farmer…In his observations of the world around him [his farm], he became convinced natural processes, such as mountain building and erosion, occurred slowly over time through geologic forces that have been at work since Earth first formed. He eventually turned his observations and ideas into what became known as the Principle of Uniformitarianism

These 18th century philosophical contemplations by a Scottish farmer plowing his fields or bringing his cattle home cannot possibly be considered “scientific observations.” This “Principle” does not even rise to the level of a hypothesis. 

To understand how the ideas of a lowly farmer could effect such massive changes in entrenched religious views, we need to place his ideas in the context of his time – the Renaissance.

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4) Geology: The Stones Cry Out

There are two techniques for dating in archaeological sites: relative and absolute dating.

Relative

Typological

there is no place on Earth more intensively investigated archaeologically than the Levant. As a corridor between east and west, north and south, as well as the center of gravity for three major world religions, this region has lured scholars since the 19th century. Excavations…have produced millions of artifacts, none more abundant than pottery…two centuries of discovery later, all that pottery is both an incredible resource and an enormous problem.

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5) Cosmology: Fake It ‘Til You Make It

the so-called Kármán line…sits some 62 miles (100 kilometers) above Earth’s surface, and it’s generally accepted as the place where…outer space begins…

Anything traveling above the Kármán line needs a propulsion system that doesn’t rely on lift generated by Earth’s atmosphere — the air is simply too thin that high up… 

people who fly above an altitude of 60 miles (100 km) typically earn astronaut wings from the Federal Aviation Administration. 

I don’t know about you, but 60 miles up wasn’t at all what I envisioned whenever I heard the news of “outer space”. After all, that’s well within Earth’s atmosphere.

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6) The Space Race Is The Arms Race

The space race was a series of competitive technology demonstrations between the United States and the Soviet Union…

On both sides, a great deal of time and resources went into the development of rockets and…the advancements made within each national space program were inexorably tied to the development of nuclear weapons.

Space is a battleground for dominance among major powers. About a fifth of all satellites belong to the military and are used for spying.

the Union of Concerned Scientists monitors satellite activity and…lists…America’s 154 military satellites, and…others listed as “military / civil” or “military / government,” which means, if you count them all together, there are between 339 and 485 military satellites in total…

Russia is known to have 71 military satellites, and China 63.

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7) The Theory of Everything

[A]ll the forces that we experience every day (and many that we don’t realize we experience every day) can be whittled down to just four fundamental forces:

  1. Electromagnetism.
  2. The strong force.
  3. The weak force.
  4. Gravity.

These are called the four fundamental forces of nature, and they govern everything that happens in the universe…

A theory of everything (TOE) is a hypothetical framework explaining all known physical phenomena in the universe. Researchers have searched for such a model ever since the development of quantum mechanics and Albert Einstein’s theory of relativity in the early 20th century.

[O]ne of the simplest but most powerful equations ever to be written down, E = mc2...

What this equation means is thoroughly world-changing. As Einstein himself put it:

“mass and energy are both but different manifestations of the same thing — a somewhat unfamiliar conception for the average mind…”

Energy can be used to make mass out of nothing… except pure energy

Anyone who learned the most basic algebra can understand the following: Energy/constant of speed of light2 = mass 

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8) The Singularity

About 13.8 billion years ago, the universe sprang into existence in an event known as the big bang.The early universe was…extraordinarily dense. In fact, scientists think that at one point the entire observable universe would have been about the size of a soccer ball.

As the universe expanded, it became vastly larger…

board-exam-memes-8[Dating] methods use the universe’s expansion rate to determine the age. Hubble and the European Space Agency’s Gaia space observatory calculate this rate by…studying the local universe… 

The European Space Agency’s Planck mission uses a different method, mapping the newborn universe…with microwaves…However, those predictions don’t exactly match Hubble’s and Gaia’s measurements of our nearby contemporary universe…

Almost everyone has heard the story of the Big Bang. But if you ask anyone, from a layperson to a cosmologist, to finish the following sentence, “In the beginning, there was…” you’ll get a slew of different answers. One of the most common ones is “a singularity,” which refers to an instant where all the matter and energy in the Universe was concentrated into a single point…

But this picture isn’t just wrong, it’s nearly 40 years out of date! We are absolutely certain there was no singularity associated with the hot Big Bang…Here’s what we know and how we know it.

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