Copernicus to Darwin

This guy is a flat earther, but he makes some good points about how Darwinism depends on the Copernican idea that there is nothing special about the earth. He does not defend flat earth in this video.


ETs in the Dead Sea Scrolls

This “preacher” tells us that the Dead Sea Scrolls have not been released to the public because they reveal that humans have been visited by extraterrestrial beings, which is the actual identity of what the Bible calls Jesus and the angels. For him, the King James Bible hides the truth, and is far from complete. His error is due to believing the Copernican myth that one can use a perspective other than that of the earth as the central focus of reality.

An Advantage to Flat Earth

I can think of an advantage of belief in a flat earth. If the earth is flat and enclosed, and there is no such thing as space, there cannot be any ET aliens. Anything that pretends to be ET aliens can only be trying to deceive us.

Once you give up the Biblical focus on the earth, and accept the earth as just another planet, it is easy to think that there are extraterrestrial aliens that are more advanced technologically and that they can come to earth and help us solve our problems. Of course, that sets up the one who thinks of earth as just another planet to be unable to tell that he is listening to what the Bible calls “devils” pretending to be ETs.

Devils in space

Steve Quayle is falling for the concept of space and time travel, which seems to be an implanted memory that is being placed into certain selected, highly intelligent people by something. Here he interviews another official who claims to have been to Mars on a space elevator. Remember Captain Randy Cramer. These people may even have been somewhere, but it certainly is compatible with an elaborate deception by things smarter than humans.

Pillar of fire

A strange new atmospheric phenomenon that seems to be a thousand-mile long hot plasma with a temperature hotter than the surface of the sun has been found. Its discoverer named it “Steve” because it seems to be alive, I suppose. Photo from space dot com.

It troubles scientists (many of whom mistake atheism for science) that they can’t figure out where it comes from. It kind of reminds me of the verse in the Bible–

Exodus 14:24 And it came to pass, that in the morning watch the LORD looked unto the host of the Egyptians through the pillar of fire and of the cloud, and troubled the host of the Egyptians,