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This information is the most important you will ever hear.

You have been born into a reality that contains both physical and spiritual realms.  This website discusses the overall plan of God for the past, present and future of humanity on planet earth and the entities that we interact with. A major topic of this website is the final SEVEN YEARS of the age before the Second Coming of Jesus Christ back to this planet.  Many believe the events of the SEVEN YEARS that are detailed in the books of Revelation, Daniel and many others in the Bible could happen soon, maybe in our lifetimes. They could begin tomorrow. Make no mistake.  There is a God.  He has a plan.  He knows what's going on it the world and in your life right now.  And He loves you very very much.


We are all bombarded with information every day. And we all run information through our own set of grids.  This website does not primarily discuss the true identity of 'aliens' and the paranormal, though they are discussed as a part of the overall picture.  We will touch on the subject for just a moment because there are many entities that fit into the story of Planet Earth from beginning to end. Aliens have been presented to us on the big screen as creatures who live in other planets in the galaxy.  Sometimes they are portrayed as friendly though, even more often, as tricky, subversive and evil. 

Often they are said to be here before us, and to be wiser than us.  Sometimes they are said to be our progenitors who have seeded humanity here, and are more evolved than we are.  Often the storyline is that they will come to our planet, or return to our planet one day, to keep us from killing one another.  Many within the New Age movement and Luciferianism believe they can contact them through seance, astral projection or other spiritual rituals and ceremonies.  Someday, some believe, they will appear to be the saviors of humanity and planet Earth.


You might be surprised to know that elements of this story are spoken of in the Bible.  But the story above is a twisting of the past, present and future events and beings.  The Bible does talk about other creatures who are said to live in the spiritual realm.  They are said to have a wide variety of appearances, purposes and abilities.  They exist in the spiritual realm (inter-dimensional) and the second heaven (outer space - extra-terrestrial), but sometimes enter our own time and space.  People both rightly and wrongly have seen them and interacted with them through seance, dreams and visions, though often they just show up. 

Genesis 6 and the book of Enoch speak of how, (against God’s design), fallen angels came to earth and produced giant hybrid offspring with human women.  Though this account has been corrupted, echos of it can still be seen in the mythologies of the Greeks, Romans, Norse, Navajo, Sumerians....  These creatures have been here since that time, sometimes interacting with humans in a direct physical way, but always in unseen ways.  There is a time coming when earth's enemies will become more visible, will trick humanity into obedience, and they will stage their final war against the God of heaven when Jesus Christ returns to earth at His Second Coming.  


The purpose of this website is to explain the history of the past, present and future of the world from the perspective of the Bible.  What the Bible teaches has been lost to the winds of culture.  Knowledge and faith about what the Bible says will soon happen on Planet Earth is unknown, foreign and alien to many today.  But you need to know the truth.  You need to know who the ‘aliens’ are and whose side they are actually on.  Their goal is to take over control of Earth for themselves, and to either turn humanity into their slaves, or to annihilate them entirely. 

You were born into a cosmic battle.  It is a battle that rages all around you on every level and even within you.  It rages in governments, in the environment, in politics, in religion, in society, and within our own thoughts, feelings and decisions.  It is a battle of good and evil, and who will control planet earth.  When we look around us, it seems like all the players are human, but this isn’t reality.  The Bible has been proven true over and over by all the confirmed history it recounts and the fulfilled prophecies that have come to pass.  And it says that Jesus comes back to fight the battle with the dark side.  And Jesus wins.


The Bible tells the history of the world from a particular perspective and with particular themes at the forefront.  It doesn’t tell every last thing that ever happened, but it speaks to specific themes that explain every last thing that have ever happened.  It highlights certain characters that have had a role to play in the shaping of the physical and spiritual worlds from beginning to end.  While our names might not be written in the book, this is still our story.


The Bible begins with briefly discussing the creation of everything in the universe by God.  Then it mentions briefly that the earth became uninhabitable because of some unnamed judgment that occurred.  These things are more apparent in the original Hebrew text than to our English eyes and perspective in the current year, but we can still find it within the context and unfolding of the account of the beginning of everything.  

But the Bible quickly switches to telling about how God re-formed the earth to be a habitation for humanity.  It says He created humanity in His own image, so that we could have a relationship with Him, and to have stewardship over the earth that He created for us as our home.  From the first chapters of the Bible we read that the first human God created actually walked and talked with Him, and that man lived in a perfect paradise. There was no separation, no sadness, no brokenness, no pain.  This is the way God designed the world to be. And this is the way the world will be again in the end.  The Bible is the account of how everything became corrupted, both physically and spiritually, but how God made a way to restore it all, to save it, and to bring it back to this perfection again.


You and I are supposed to live as Human Beings on Planet Earth.  It is our home. And we were given the privilege and responsibility of taking care of it.  


It is important to understand that the two great questions that humans ask, “Who am I?” and “Why am I here?” are questions that are directly answered by God’s original design of humanity and planet earth.  They are the questions that drive every decision we make and the things that cause the greatest longing in our souls.  We want to know our identity.  Even it modern discussions in culture, people talk about “identifying” with different causes, or activities or orientations or cultures and on and on... Because our very identity is at the core of being human.  We need to know who we are.   The second question is one of purpose.  We each seek to follow our dreams, or find our calling, or discover a purpose that makes us feel fulfilled in why we are here.  That is because we are designed by God with a purpose and need to fulfill it.  Right in the beginning chapters of the Bible, God lines out for us the answer to these two defining questions, tells us how we got off course, why we all feel like we can’t figure these things out, and how He’s created a plan to fix it.  He loves you and He wants you to know exactly who you are and why you’re here.

God created you as a unique individual who is part of a greater human family.  You have your own gifts, talents, experiences, outlook and knowledge. But none of these things are completely useful if there is no one else to be on the receiving end of what you can offer to others.  We are part of a family, and we work best when we are all using our gifts in conjunction with and to the benefit of others.  To some degree this is how humanity exists as a collective organism.  But the dysfunction comes from the fact that we are disconnected from the source. 

People were created in the image of God, and unless we have a relationship with Him as well, we cannot even begin to live out our identity the way each of us were designed.  He is the Creator, the Designer, and the Source of Life.  Without connection to Him, we will be and feel lost, disconnected, unknown, unloved and unanchored.  We need to have a relationship with Him, and be connected to the Source. 

But He is not a part of us.  We are not a part of God.  He is still distinct from us, and existed before us.  He existed before anything and is outside of the natural scientific laws we live subject to.    Because of this, He also deserves our worship.  Because we were made in His image, we were made to be in a relationship with Him.  Because He is our Creator, we were designed to worship Him. For us to find our true complete identity as human beings, a personal relationship with God and worship of Him, are both vital elements.  When we know Him personally, we can walk with Him through our days.  We know He loves us unconditionally, that He cares about everything we are going through, that He’s orchestrating events in the world and around us, that He wants to use us to help others and be everything we can be with our gifts, talents, aspirations and dreams.  He is the source of power that enables us to do these things more fully. So we have to be connected to Him in a relationship so that He can fuel us.  Because of all that God has done for us, because He loves us, because He created this beautiful world for us, and because He’s created the plan to fix what’s gone wrong, He deserves our gratitude and worship flowing back to Him. This too is part of our identity and our purpose.


The rule of the Earth doesn’t belong to any other entity or being, though there are other beings in the universe that God created.  The Bible refers to them by many names - the heavenly host, watchers, sons of God, angels, principalities, powers, rulers, seraphim, cherubim... Some of these names are actually descriptors that tell us of their function, such as to watch or to be messengers, some tell of their ranks.  Because of renaissance artwork, people in the West often think of an ‘angel’ as looking human, but more beautiful, and having wings.  Many angels in the Bible are described as looking human, but for some reason, the people who encountered them sometimes knew they were messengers from heaven, and sometimes thought they were just other humans from their appearance. 

But some spiritual beings described in the Bible are described with many eyes, many faces, animal mash-up chimeras, reptilian... 

These are all a part of the heavenly hosts.  The are all a part of God’s creation.  But God didn’t assign them this Earth to rule.  The Earth is the home He created specifically for humanity to live on and look after.  But not everyone likes this arrangement. 

Not long after God re-shaped the earth for humans, and then created humans to live here and take care of it, another one of God’s creatures showed up to disrupt the plan.  From the beginning, this being, and other beings, have tried (with great success) to make humanity question both our identity and our purpose, and to take them from us.  Because ultimately these other creatures want what we have.  They want us to worship them, and to base our identity in them.  They want control of the earth.


“I told you what would happen, before it happens, so that when it happens, you will believe.”  - Jesus (John 14:29)


We may very well be about to enter the time period in history that the Bible talks about more than any other.  Even more than the time of Jesus’ first coming, the Bible actually devotes more to His second coming.  The question arises, 'why would the Bible devote so much time to this time of the end', and in fact that is the reason.  Because it is the end.  The end of the age.  The end of the story that began so long ago.  Make no mistake, there is an eternity that awaits every single person who ever lived.  But there is an end to the time of humanity’s current story on the earth as we live on it today.


The entire story of humanity is of the first man and woman who walked and talked with God.  He gave them everything, and they chose to take that relationship for granted.  They did evil, and went their own way.  And the evil they did didn’t just affect them, it affected everything - every human who would ever live, every animal, every plant, every planet, every star.  God had created everything in perfect harmony, but man’s selfish choice, plunged everything God created into a spiral unraveling towards destruction.  Because God created everything to be interconnected.  So what the first man did has affected everything since.

And this is where we find ourselves today - in a world filled with violence, and selfishness, greed and hatred.  An earth we’ve polluted and animals we’ve failed to take care of.  A world of war and intrigue and competing agendas.  A world of sickness and disease and death.


It can’t go on like this forever.  Even the laws of physics tell us everything is winding down and breaking apart.

But God is not subject to this destruction.  He’s not affected by our natural laws.  He is eternal and He wants us to live with Him eternally.  He is grieved over the state of the world and the state of our lives, and He wants to set it right.  


He is not even subject to our dimensions, because like our laws, He created those too.  He is not a part of creation, He is separate from it.  And because of this He is even outside of time.  What this means for us is that He knows the future and can tell us what is coming.  At least a quarter of the Bible is prophecy - in other words, it tells the future from the viewpoints of the people God chose to write them.  Since God is outside of time and knows the future, He inspired human writers to record over 300 prophecies that were written about Jesus’ first coming 2,000 years ago.  And Jesus fulfilled every single one.  Because what God said would come true, did come true, we can know that the prophecies that are still to be fulfilled will come true too.


The Bible says that “God does not want for any to perish, but for all to come to repentance.”  He is reaching out to humanity over and over and over again to try to rescue us from an eternal future apart from Him in sadness and darkness and despair.  Because that’s what is coming for anyone who does not accept His free gift of forgiveness and salvation.  He doesn’t force us to be in relationship with Him, but He does everything He can to draw us to Himself and give us good things, and sometimes He even lets us see the results of our rebellion, so that we will see that we need Him.  


This is the reason He lets the results of our sin and rebellion take their course in the world.  And it is the reason that He lets us know way in advance step by step exactly what’s coming as the world unravels at the end of the age.  So that we can see that our evil really is terrible and results in destruction, but also so that we can recognize that He is the God who knows the end.  He tells us the details so that when they happen, we will know that He really is the God who created everything and us, and we will believe in Him and desire to have a relationship with Him.

I’m excited to share with you that God forgives everyone for wrongs we done if we want it!  There is no sin that God cannot forgive, and He is ready and waiting for you to

simply ask!


I think as humans we sometimes have a tendency to look at one another and compare what we do or have done with others.  But God’s standard is actually His own perfection.  For us to get into heaven on our own after we die, we would have to be perfect to be with God and have a relationship with Him.   But none of us are perfect.  So none of us can get into heaven on our own.  We are all in the same boat!  Here are some verses from the Bible.


Romans 3:11 “There is no one righteous, not even one; there is no one who understands; there is no one who seeks God. All have turned away, they have together become worthless; there is no one who does good, not even one.”


Romans 3:23 “For all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God.”


We often try to be good enough to get into heaven and have a relationship with God.  Many try to be a good person, or do certain rituals, or follow a set or rules or many many other things.  But the Bible says there is nothing we can do that will ever be good enough.


Ephesians 2:8-9 says, “For it is by grace you have been saved, through faith—and this is not from yourselves, it is the gift of God— not by works, so that no one can boast.


When we die, no one is going to be able to stand before God and say, “God you should let me into heaven because of all these great things I did.”  No one will be able to boast or brag before God.  Because no matter how much good we’ve done, we still have a debt we have to pay for all the wrong things we’ve done.


Because we can’t be with God in His presence as sinners, we have to be separated from Him after we die, and the place we go is a place of eternal death known as hell.  


Romans 6:23 “For the wages of sin is death, but the gift of God is eternal life through Jesus Christ our Lord.”


But here comes the great news!  Both Ephesians 2:8-9 and Romans 6:23 tell us the same thing.  That God offers every person a free gift, that no one can earn!  He offers this gift freely by His grace.  Grace is something we can never earn and don’t deserve.  It’s something He does because He loves us.


The only thing we have to do is accept the gift.  And we accept the gift by faith.  There is something we have to believe.  More importantly, someone we have to believe in and what He’s

done for us.  


God sent His Son Jesus to die in our place.  We deserved to die and go to an eternal hell because of our sin.  But Jesus came to die in our place as our substitute.  He was and is perfect.  God accepted Jesus’ death for us.

Imagine a courtroom.  You have been convicted of a crime.  The judge is getting ready to sentence you to the electric chair for your wrongs in life.  But at the last moment, Jesus runs in and says, “I’ll take that punishment for him!”  I’ll serve the time that (fill in your name) deserves for her crimes.  And the judge accepts Jesus to be executed instead of you.  Jesus is hauled off to die. And the judge looks at you and says, “You are free to go.  Justice has been served.”  And you walk out of the courtroom into the sunlight a free person.  This is exactly what Jesus has done for you and for me and everyone in the world.


Romans 5:8 “But God demonstrates his own love for us in this: While we were still sinners, Christ died for us.”


John 3:16 “For God so loved the world that he gave his one and

only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.”


But Jesus didn’t stay dead.  He rose from the dead.  That means He defeated death itself.  Because Jesus is God, He had the power to offer each of us eternal life with Him in heaven when we die instead of punishment in hell.


There were many witnesses who saw Jesus after He rose from the dead, walked the earth, and then 40 days later, went up into heaven.  Paul said this, “For what I received I passed on to you as of first importance: that Christ died for our sins according to the Scriptures, that he was buried, that he was raised on the third day according to the Scriptures, and that he appeared to Cephas, and then to the Twelve. After that, he appeared to more than five hundred of the brothers and sisters at the same time, most of whom are still living, though some have fallen asleep. Then he appeared to James, then to all the apostles, and last of all he appeared to me also, as to one untimely born”  I Corinthians 15:3-8.


Jesus came back to life so He can give life to us!


God loves us so much that He made a way so that we can be forgiven for all of our sins!  He sent His Son Jesus to die for us!  If we believe that Jesus died for us in our place, and that he took the punishment of our sins for us, then we are forgiven, and we are set free from all of our guilt and all of our shame.  We don’t have to be punished for the crimes we’ve done (or will do), because Jesus served the time for us and took the punishment for us.  And He rose from the dead, so that He could give us eternal life.  And when we die, we will receive eternal life in heaven forever with God.  It is a place of peace and rest.  No more guilt and no more pain and no more tears for all time with a God who loves you so very very much!


If you want it, its really simple to accept this free gift for yourself!  The Bible says,


Romans 10:9 “If you confess with your mouth, “Jesus is Lord,”

and believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead,

you will be saved.”


Romans 10:13 “Everyone who calls on the name of the Lord

will be saved.”


There is a pastor I know of who likes to explain how to accept this free gift of eternal life for yourself in a way that he calls the ABCs of salvation.  Simply talk to God.  He loves you, He’s listening and He can hear you anywhere.

     A - Admit you are a sinner. 

             - that you’ve done things wrong.


     B - Believe that Jesus died in your place.

             and took the punishment that you deserve.  

             And He will forgive you for every sin right now -

             past, present and future.


     C - Confess with your mouth.  

           Just pray and tell Him you are accepting His free gift,

           and He will give it to you.  It’s that simple.

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