Climate change… yeah, that’s it.

Revelation 9:3And there came out of the smoke locusts upon the earth: and unto them was given power, as the scorpions of the earth have power.

August 31st –  Trinidad

September 9th – Russia

September 12th – Dagestan

September 11th – China

Although I have personal reason to believe that the Revelation 9 reference to locusts is actually a result of the bottomless pit being opened during the tribulation period, I will say this. When you look at all that is currently happening (earthquakes in diverse places, devastating whirlwinds, one third of North America currently on fire, floods, and more…), I can’t help but see this type of thing as a precursor to what is to come shortly.

But, who are we kidding, right? I am ignorant. It’s all probably just climate change.

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Baptism in a van down by the river

Today was an awesome day to be out at the water, grilling food, playing music, and watching people get baptized. I will just let the following photos speak for themselves. It was a blast and Sarah and I are beyond blessed to have found a home among this community of fellow believers.

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Jesus is real… and he is headed back weather you are ready for it or not.

Priming the masses for the coming deception

Although today’s post covers a scientific subject, I am not going to be talking numbers, breaking down mathematics, or cramming my fingers into a photo to determine its legitimacy. Instead, I am just going to present an article for you to go check out, found on Popsci regarding signals being received from distant galaxies in space.

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Assuming you have paused to go read that article, I am going to ramble now. And no, I am not going to assert that space is fake while attempting to prove that the signal is coming from a different location. Instead, I want to just throw out my personal two cents regarding this type of scientific content that seems to find its way onto popular science forums more and more these days.

The title of this blog post is called “priming” for a reason. You see, I personally believe that this type of extra-terrestrial content is priming in the making. In the end we are told in the Bible that Jesus will decend from the clouds with an army of servants.

Revelation 19:11-16 – And I saw heaven opened, and behold a white horse; and he that sat upon him was called Faithful and True, and in righteousness he doth judge and make war.

Revelation 1:7 – Behold, he cometh with clouds; and every eye shall see him, and they also which pierced him: and all kindreds of the earth shall wail because of him.

Revelation 17:14-15These have one mind, and shall give their power and strength unto the beast. These shall make war with the Lamb, and the Lamb shall overcome them: for he is Lord of lords, and King of kings: and they that are with him are called, and chosen, and faithful.

With those scriptures in mind, along with several others like it… we are presented with a God that comes down to earth with an army and that the antichrist and the world will wage war with Christ as he ascends from the clouds of heaven. With that in mind, I find it rather hilarious that THAAD is the current type of defense that exists in today’s war style format. According to the capabilities of this style of defense, we are able to deploy rockets and artillery close to 100 miles up. This puts us into the Thermosphere (which I find completely ridiculous… because, according to NASA that would put this type of ballistics in low earth orbit – ie; outer space).

Why would we need that level of defense unless we expected a war to come at us from outside the atmosphere itself?

The effectiveness of modern day war doesn’t come down to how we will deal with the defense from one another. It is a worldwide development of preparation for the coming battle of the end times.

With that, let me bring it full circle.

Articles about extra-terrestrial life have been ramping up a lot. And rightfully so. When the world finally goes to war with Christ as he ascends from the clouds… you don’t honestly think everyone is going to realize they are fighting against God, do you? No… they will have been duped into thinking it is an attack from an extra-terrestrial source.

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With that, let us point our weapons to the heavens and prepare for what is to come. Or, like me… you have a second option. Accept Christ and realize that he is not going to be defeated (presented to you as an alien from outer space or not).

NASA rant of the day. So many sixes my head hurts

So, today’s thought isn’t really anything new for the stuff you might see me post on this site. It is instead a series of unknown presuppositions that somehow ridiculously line up with one another, creating what I like to call “irony at its finest“.

I recently wrote a blog post about NASA and how they are founded in Pantheistic Gnostic concepts that idolize a plethora of different Greek gods. I also took the time to point out what NASA actually means in Hebrew (deceiver).

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When you consider the fact that NASA is founded in the occult teachings of these types of Greek gods, I find it rather peculiar that Jack Parsons, one of the founding members of NASA, was a devotee of the one and only Aleister Crowley. This man was a Satanist through and through and actually referred to himself as the beast.

With that in mind, it is not at all surprising to find things like the fact that Peggy Whitson is about to break the record for longest days in space for any astronaut. When she comes back from space in just a few weeks her record will have reached exactly 666 days in space.  On the same day that they congratulated her for this upcoming accomplishment they handed out an award called the “Epic Red Dragon“. But, you can just got back and read that blog post to get all of that info if you want.

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With those things in mind, do I really need to get into the details of how ironic it is to find the number 666 literally ingrained into where we are told we live? Because, at the end of the day… the people that are presenting the absolute most evidence to back the Copernican Principle of Heliocentric Cosmological Evolution would have to be NASA.

With that said, we are told that the earth is flying around the sun at 18.5 miles per second. This just so happens to come out to 66,600 miles per hour.

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We are also told that the earth is tilted at a 23.4 degree access off of 90. This would in turn mean that the opposing tilt of the earth is equal to 66.6 degrees.

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But it doesn’t stop there. We are also told that the radius of the earth is exactly 0.666 feet per mile squared. By using this earth curvature calculator you can determine how much curvature exists not only against distance, but against height as well. With that, I have set the curvature to read from ground level with a total distance of one mile.

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So, totally setting aside the fact that all of this seems just a little bit too coincidental, when exactly did we start calling both the seas and the dry land the same thing?

Genesis 1:10And God called the dry land Earth; and the gathering together of the waters called he Seas: and God saw that it was good.

God didn’t name both the seas and dry land Earth. At least that’s how I am reading it. The dry land had a name… and the water had a name. With that, when did we start calling both the dry land and the oceans the same name?

If you wan’t to believe in the Copernican Principle which is the foundation of the heliocentric big bang cosmological evolutionary theory, you go right ahead. More power to ya. But, honestly… something seems a little fishy to me.

But, what do i know right? I’m just ignorant.

But seriously though, if you ever just wanted to see how much of an idiot I really am, just scroll through the science page on my site. You will learn real quick how ignorant I really am.

I have an honest question about Faith and Science

I just wanted to take a moment to ask a genuine question.

As a Christian I have found that pretty much most, if not all, Christians will agree that the bible is the truth. These same bible believing Christians will also agree with one another regarding the creation account (to an extent… which is what brings up my question).

What I mean by that is this.

Most Bible believing Christians will agree that God created man, placing him in a real garden. He then put man to sleep so as to take a rib to create woman. Eventually, they sinned against God and were kicked out of the garden. With that, the concept of evolution is thrown out the window. Most Christians that I meet will instantly agree that Darwin, the Geologic column, and the theory of evolution are totally bogus. This theory defy the bible and the creation account (no question about it). When we look deep enough at evolution one can quickly see the lies.

For example, everyone has heard of the missing link. If we came from primates, then where is the link between us and them? But it doesn’t stop there. If a rock turned into a fish, and a fish turned into a lizard, then show me a missing link there. If a lizard turned into a cat, show me the missing link there. And honestly, you can’t (the reason why is due to the fact that there is a missing link between every kind of species… which is why evolution is still just a theory in the eyes of most Christians).

And since evolution is piggybacking on the geologic column, so many Christians are quick to point out the fact that there are major issues with it as well while defending their faith in the validity of scripture. For example, if those layers were formed over long periods of time, then why are there trees protruding through different sections into other sections? Or, why does carbon dating seem flawed after going back only a few thousand years? You can record the fur on an animal against the skin on the same animal and come up with a different set of numbers by thousands of years.

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And when it comes to the Galapagos Islands and Darwin, Christians are so quick to band together regarding the difference between adaptation within a species and evolution itself. There is a difference for sure. So, here is a total side note that is separate from my upcoming question. The two men who popularized a philosophy that is considered a direct attack on the foundations of the church are both honored by being buried in the foundations of a church (just look up Westminster Abby).

So, here is the question I am asking in part…

If we as Christians are so quick to defend our faith and the Bible when it comes to the creation account of Adam, Eve, and the other variations of life… then why are we so quick to jump on the bandwagon of cosmological evolution by standing up for the very same set of philosophers of today who have their foundations in the works of people like Darwin and Arthur Holmes (the very people we are fighting against)?

Because, at the end of the day all of this stuff is piggybacking off of one another. You don’t get evolution without the Copernican Principle. You don’t get the Copernican Principle without the Big Bang. If you take away the Copernican Principle (which in my eyes is an absolute disordered account of the creation story in the Bible) you will have automatically removed the Big bang theory. If you remove the Big Bang, then evolution is obviously a lie.

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I just don’t understand it.

We as Christians agree that evolution is not true. But on the other hand we are so quick to agree with the scientific community regarding their discoveries of distant galaxies, other habitable planets orbiting gas giants, and the ever expanding reaches of space.

How is it that we have missed this one?

Everything that modern astronomy is focused on today comes down to the Big Bang theory (which is at the end of the day, the foundation of the Copernican Principle… which feeds into the Geological Column… which feeds Darwin). When you hear of a planet being discovered, or that nebulas are were stars are born, or that the galaxy is slowly moving away from itself… all of those things are based on the Big Bang theory.

Why then, are we so quick to get excited and agree with man regarding creation when the foundations of mans interpretation of creation itself defies scripture?

My Bible doesn’t say that the stars are born in clouds of gas. My Bible says that the stars are the angels of heaven and that they have all already been numbered and named. My Bible doesn’t say that the sun is also a star. No, it says that the sun is separate from the stars. My bible doesn’t say that the sun was created first (which is how it would have to be under the Copernican Principle). No, my Bible says that the earth was made first. My bible doesn’t say that the earth is moving. No, it says that the sun is moving.

With all of that said, let me ask my question one last time.

Why are we as Christians so quick to defend the idea of Cosmological Evolution while in the same breath agreeing that the Big Bang is not how it happened?

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But, who are we kidding… right?

I clearly am just ignorant and we really do exist in a world where it is okay to agree while simultaneously disagreeing. On one hand, we as Christians agree that the biblical account of Adam and Eve was real. But then, on the other hand… perhaps the creation of time, space, and matter itself was all just metaphorical. Because, you know… the wisdom of modern man supersedes scripture by placing scripture more and more into the realm of allegory rather than truth.

If the Christian world has already done enough homework to realize that Darwin, Holmes, and the Big bang are nothing more than the delusion of an Anti-Christ spirit, then why have we stopped there? As a Christian, if you actually stop and do the same type of homework regarding the cosmos, you will find the same line of reasoning that favors evolution coupled with a string of lies told by man.

I think it is time we stop trusting in the wisdom of man and actually dig into the scriptures to determine what the word says regarding the cosmos.  The thing that I find ironic is that some Christians actually use scripture to defend the Big bang.

Well, God said let there be light… and bang, it happened.

As cool as that sounds… it is the very thing that feeds the fact that we are still to this day fighting against the foundations of Darwin and Holmes.

You can’t have one without the other.

And if we agree that they forged lies regarding evolution, then as Christians why believe the very same set of people regarding the cosmos?

I just don’t get it.

Because, at the end of the day… when you actually stop and look at who is telling us what regarding the cosmos, you start to see things like this, or this.

With that in mind, why do we so quickly side with those in opposition of scripture?

Sending Man to the Moon one tourist attraction at a time

You know, it’s one thing to blow up a bunch of land in Arizona to so that it looks like the moon in an attempt to prepare for actually walking on the moon. But, it is another thing entirely to want to make sure that your mountains in the background are exactly the same. Because, you know… what better way to be prepared mentally than with as accurate as possible a visual backdrop as you can get. We wouldn’t want our Apollo 17 astronauts feeling uneasy on the moon because of a potential mountain variation in their peripheral while trying to do experiments on the moon.

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With that, it makes sense that NASA chose Cinder Lake, Arizona when deciding to blow it up to make it look like the surface of the moon. Not only was there enough space there to lay out some awesome moon terrain, but it had a few familiar mountains in the distance as well. Perfect placement when you consider wanting to keep the astronauts at ease once actually on the real moon (it’s best to keep things familiar you know).

But, hey… don’t take my word for it. This is an actual place that you can go visit to this day in Cinder Lake, Arizona. And… if you look at it on Google Maps you can still see the moon craters that NASA put down. They aren’t as promontory as they used to be, what with age, weather, and time.

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As a matter of fact, people go visit it all the time… including good ‘ol Buzz himself (seen in the cowboy hat). Man, those mountains looks familiar.

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But… who are we kidding, right? NASA would never lie to us. The government would never do a thing like that… would they? Then again, like I said before. These mountains do seem oddly familiar.

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But what do I know, right? I am ignorant.

So, here is the thing… God himself said that in the last days that he would allow strong delusion. Personally, I can’t think of anything stronger than fooling the entire world into a distorted view of creation that favors the Copernican Principle… which in turn validates the big bang… which in turn validates evolution… pushing God himself out of the picture.

2 Thessalonians 2:7-12Even him, whose coming is after the working of Satan with all power and signs and lying wonders. And with all deceivableness of unrighteousness in them that perish; because they received not the love of the truth, that they might be saved. And for this cause God shall send them strong delusion, that they should believe a lie: That they all might be damned who believed not the truth, but had pleasure in unrighteousness.

And for those of you that want to come back with  with something like…

how could the moon landing be fake if so many people around the world were involved in making it happen?”

Well, let’s just watch this short little video from Smarter Every Day, a youtuber that believes we did land on the moon. In this video we will learn several things which are listed below the video.

#1 Don Pettit is an idiot. He can’t pronouns the name of a man who has the same pronunciation as a module that Don works with every single day.

#2 By opening the windows of the Cupola you no longer maintain a pressure seal inside the ISS (you are loosing air).

#3 The seal is just a simple rubber ring (the exosphere is 3,000 degrees. The melting point of that seal is only 300 degrees and the host of the show knows that is absurd by his reaction).

#4 If a leak did occur, Don Pettit didn’t actually know the emergency procedure and you can tell that he was thrown off by these types of questions. The man spent more than 370 days in space with more than 13 spacewalks… and his answer is a stuttering “I don’t know“.

#5 It’s called real good engineering.

#6 the vacuum of space is being held back by two little pieces of rubber.

#7 We learn that the man who made the mechanism for the Cupola windows more than 20 years prior was left out of the loop. He never knew if they used his design (with that, how could they fake it if so many people were involved? It’s called a need to know basis). You do your part and you are left in the dark about everything else.

So… with that, if a distortion of creation itself resulting in the denial of a creator isn’t the strong delusion while still agreeing that we are in the end times… then by all means, please tell me… what type of a delusion could be any stronger than this?

Because, at the end of the day it is a lie. Space is fake.

The Netflix Original: Atypical

This post is my personal reflection on having watched a few episodes of this show.

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Over the course of the last 4 or 5 months I have almost completely stepped away from television entirely. When I say almost, what does this mean exactly? Well, for anywhere between an hour to an hour and a half each day that I go to work I have a lunch break. There is a television turned on 24/7 in said break room. With that, I occasionally get my dose of nonsensical shows like Judge Judy and the Jerry Springer Show. Generally however, I do not watch the television in the break room. I rarely ever find myself glancing at it unless it is on something like global news or the local weather.

Having said that, I honestly do not remember the last movie I went to the theater to see. I think it might have been Interstellar (though I could be wrong), which should tell you something about my slow decline away from mainstream media considering the fact that it came out in 2014.

In the midst of this personal trend choice I have stepped away from traditional social media as well. Outside of this blog, my bandcamp account, and my Etsy store, I don’t really interact online very much. No more Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, or Tumblr. I just didn’t have time for it. But, honestly, not having time for it isn’t the real reason why I have started to step away from all of it.

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I have started to step away because I am becoming sensitive to what I take in. Most everyone knows and understands the phrase “desensitized“. And as a culture, watching movies, trolling social media, and television has desensitized us in a much bigger way than most of us are willing to realize or admit.

I have gotten to where I realize that the degradation of our society and the demoralization of our Christian values is a result of the desensitization of our society itself through the aid of mainstream media.

Now, I realize that what I just said is in no way a ground breaking truth. I think deep down most people already know and realize this fact, plain and simple. The only difference is that I am trying to do something about it on a personal level with Christian based intention.

So… what exactly prompted me to post this blog and start getting on this rant about some silly Netflix show?

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Well, I was actually in the middle of writing a science blog about how space is fake, but… I recently broke the rhythm I had going by watching a few episodes of a Netflix original show called, Atypical. I think I managed to watch three episodes in a row.

What prompted me to watch this show was the content and the relevance is currently has to my life.

Sarah and I are in the processes of becoming foster parents. This means that we have the potential of caring for a child with special needs. With that, this show seemed like it was worth having a look at. With that, let’s take a look at what this show is all about.

Atypical is a heartfelt comedy that follows the struggles of a family as they raise and care for their teenage son with autism. Seems wholesome enough, right?

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Sadly, this is not true. After having watched just three episodes I quickly saw a trend within the show that did not settle well with me as a Christian. Although, on the surface this is a loving show that gives the general public a glimpse into the true realm of what it means to care for a child with special needs, it had a much deeper story than that. One that is easily and intentionally overlooked.

What I mean by that is this; If we take away the core story of autism, what are we left with?

Sadly, the answer is degradation and the desensitization of our society. This show promoted drug use, premarital sex, adultery, theft, lying for the benefit of self interest, and more. As silly as that sounds it is absolutely the truth. Please tell me how something like that can be calcified as wholesome?

Some of you may be wonder how I came to this conclusion. Seems a little harsh wouldn’t you think? Well, the way that the show is laid out is quite nice. You see, when we are presented with these sins within the show, we are presented them in a way that implies that these sins are justified as a result of the daily struggle associated with the challenges of raising a special needs child (It is okay that you sin. life is tough and it is natural to need a release from time to time).

There is a constant sexual tension between almost all of the main characters playing minors in the show. In one scene they are buying condoms. In another scene they are at a strip club to get a look at breasts. The list honestly just seems to go on and on.

Basically, what this show told me had a lot less to do with autism and a lot more to do with the fact that it’s okay that you live in sin. Again, we understand that life is hard and as a result it’s natural to fall into these types of things. The lust of the flesh is real and life is hard. So, why fight it? Just give in and let life happen. That is what the story of this show really came down to.

So, with that… I can’t help but look at what this world currently deems to be wholesome. All it does is affirm the entire reason why I have started to step away from it all in the first place.

Because, let’s face it. If I am okay with something as wholesome as constant sexual tension between minors, promoting drug us, theft, and adultery for the sake of saying these things just happen because life it tense… then where do I really draw the line?

What we think become what we say. And what we say becomes what we do. Since it starts with thought, shouldn’t I take every thought captive in Christ?

2 Corinthians 10:5 – Casting down imaginations, and every high thing that exalteth itself against the knowledge of God, and bringing into captivity every thought to the obedience of Christ.

At this point some people will probably tell me I am being over dramatic. I’m sounding like a morality Nazi. And honestly, maybe I am. Having said that, I am in no way condemning anyone (christian or otherwise) that enjoys going to the movies, watching television, or listening to music that promotes the desires of the flesh. Every believer is in a different place and I understand that. However, all I can account for is myself. When it comes to that great day of judgment I am going to have to take account for Me.

With that, it seems like I ought to be more sensitive to what I taken in rather than more desensitized. And the more I step back and actually evaluate what the world is trying to force me to take in, the more I realize that it isn’t good in the most subtle of ways.

Because remember, shows like the Netflix original Atypical aren’t in any way subtly making you comfortable with your daily sins, leading you to have an unrepentant heart because you grow to feel that daily sin is natural and okay. No, in fact it is quite the opposite.

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Constantly pushing the sins of others in my face while presenting them as the natural reaction to daily struggle is the last thing that I need in my daily walk with Christ. All that will lead to is complacency and a desire to compare myself to those around me rather than comparing myself to the one that maters, Christ.

But, what do I know. I’m over reacting… how ignorant of me.

Aytpical is a super heartfelt and wholesome show. You should go watch it.

We are reaching a place in society where you are either hot, cold, or riding the fence. And if taking a side by choosing to no longer ride the fence makes me seem delusional, then so be it.

This show, just like everything that seems to be placed in front of us these days is nothing more than a degradation of Christian value and moral.

Rant over.

Final summary: atypical – a show about the justification of sin in daily life.