The Beginning

In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth…


What this site seeks to show through the Scriptures of the Holy Bible is that the world is repeating history from thousands of years ago. In ancient times, here is what we see occurring:

  • Humanity was once in a harmonious relationship with God and was created with the potential to live forever in a paradise created for us.
  • Through humanity’s own choices, sin entered into this world which separated us from The Lord and required a reconciliation of man and God. Until then, people would have to work and labor every day, suffer disease and death and the world started to decay. All this was based on the false promise of Satan in the Garden of Eden that we could one day be “like gods.”
  • As centuries went on and civilizations developed, human achievement reached new heights and so did rebellion against God.
  • Fallen angelic beings, under the leadership of Satan soon started very actively interfering in human affairs and plunging us into evil.


This is what Jesus called “The Days of Noe (Noah)”

A time when humanity had become so caught up in delusions that we could achieve greatness without God. Relying on our “intelligence”, technology and occult spirituality we could accomplish anything and be like God. With the fallen angels who rebelled against God providing supernatural inspiration in addition to actually getting very involved human affairs, society reached new heights (many ancient and esoteric sources call society at this time “Atlantis”). But there was a cost to this: “And God saw that the wickedness of man was great in the earth, and that every imagination of the thoughts of his heart was only evil continually.” (Genesis 6).  To gain all this “greatness” humanity plunged deeper and deeper into sinful behavior and rebellion against God. The Lord sent out His messengers to preach His Word and urge people to repent, but humanity did not listen. Violence, murder, sexual immorality and wars rages uncontrollably in the world.  If things had not stopped, any hope of humanity even having the chance to be saved through the Messiah would have been ruined. And just like the supposed “mythical” Atlantis, soon the Earth was going to be judged.


The Flood

As many people know, the Bible tells us that God sent a flood over the whole Earth to judge it and only Noah and 7 of his family members were saved. Noah was not a morally perfect man, but he loved God and chose to follow God’s world over the ways of the sinful world. And so he was given the task of restarting the Earth’s population. But God as always, provided a promise: He would never flood the Earth again. The rainbow in the clouds was God’s promise that there was hope and escape from judgment. Noah, by living through the flood, would be an ancestor of the Messiah that was to come (Jesus).  The end of the flood was not the end of evil however. Soon human civilization would grow again and the problems returned.

The pride and vanity of mankind reached new heights (literally) with the Tower of Babel in which the world under the leadership of the pagan King Nimrod (the first conqueror and empire-builder after the flood) tried to unite in one location, one government and “reach unto Heaven.” God intervened once again to stop humanity from achieving its own destruction and soon humanity spread all over the world. This happened in Noah’s time.

And Jesus tells us that these same series of events will take place once more:

Matthew 24:37 But as the days of Noah were, so shall also the coming of the Son of man be. 38 For as in the days that were before the flood they were eating and drinking, marrying and giving in marriage, until the day that Noe entered into the ark, 39 And knew not until the flood came, and took them all away; so shall also the coming of the Son of man be.
So when these things are taking place we know we are near ….  The End.

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