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The Controllers and The Silencers

Last year, I wrote up a post conveying what I learned from Published Illustrators and Authors. I had always speculated gatekeepers being those choosing what can or cannot be published. However, the real controllers are those deciding which content gets distributed to the book stores. This control is in the hands of bean counters on which material will provide the largest return in sales, and money.



I get business requires a ROI (Return on Investment). However, what happens when your content does not align with those in charge. Simple, your content does not receive the large platform. Independent content makers are therefore resigned to find alternative means. Hence, Amazon gives everyone the ability to provide their content through their platform, and CreateSpace allows individuals to print that material for distribution. This still cost time and money on the author, with a small chance of getting eyes on their content. Additionally, the self=publishing availability has flooded the market.

Many turn to social platforms for marketing. However, what I am now seeing is TOS (Terms of Services) changing, pushing certain content makers away. This is found in YouTube’s new algorythm or Facebook’s new method of censoring. Here is the kicker. These companies are not the government, rather business entities and they have the right and ability to not allow you to use their system.

5. You are not guaranteed free speech by anyone other than the government. Only the government may not infringe upon your right to free speech. An individual corporation, such as Facebook, absolutely 100% has the legal right to “silence” you on their service, for any reason, at any time, regardless of whether you like it or not. [Source]

Unfortunately, I have been a victim of these blocks. I still cannot share a link from any of my websites.


Recently, I have seen this also in my Instagram feed. That link Instagram is referring too? My author website.


So what does that leave me? Currently, I am using Minds.com and Steemit. From there, no idea.

This article was shared on Steemit.

Origin of Abortion

When asked, what is the origin of abortion, some may quickly refer to Roe vs Wade. This was the 410 US 113 court case when the United States Supreme Court on the issue of the constitutionality of laws that criminalized or restricted access to abortions. Meaning provision of abortions were made.

Others may recall Planned Parenthood, believed by many to be the largest abortion provider in the world. While no centralized data can prove this, Planned Parent self-reports 323,999 abortions were performed by its services for the year ending September 30, 2015. Admittedly, only voluntary numbers are provided for those to disclose abortions. Currently no required law is provide
d to give the numbers.

Yet, abortions have been performed for 1000 years. Roe vs Wade simply made it legal in United States and allowed more access to abortions openly.
According to Prochoice.org,

In the mid-to-late 1800s states began passing laws that made abortion illegal. The motivations for anti-abortion laws varied from state to state. One of the reasons included fears that the population would be dominated by the children of newly arriving immigrants, whose birth rates were higher than those of “native” Anglo-Saxon women.
During the 1800s, all surgical procedures, including abortion, were extremely risky. Hospitals were not common, antiseptics were unknown, and even the most respected doctors had only primitive medical educations. Without today’s current technology, maternal and infant mortality rates during childbirth were extraordinarily high. The dangers from abortion were similar to the dangers from other surgeries that were not outlawed.

As scientific methods began to dominate medical practice, and technologies were developed to prevent infection, medical care on the whole became much safer and more effective. But by this time, the vast majority of women who needed abortions had no choice but to get them from illegal practitioners without these medical advances at their disposal. The “back alley” abortion remained a dangerous, often deadly procedure, while areas of legally sanctioned medicine improved dramatically.

The argument of back-room abortions stemmed from the 1800’s. By 1910 all but one state had criminalized abortions, with exception of necessity. Hence, Roe vs Wade came into fruition.
Prior to current pills and surgery method, poisons and herbs were used. Online research shows the first public known recording of abortion is in 1550 B.C.E. in Egypt, recorded in what is called the Ebers Papyrus (note 2) and in ancient China about 500 B.C.E. as well (note 3).

However, I submit, even before that abortions occurred through sacrifices. Keep in mind abortion is the method of killing a child pre or post term.

According to GotQuestions.org,

Ancient Aztecs, Incas, and a few other peoples in South and Central America practiced child sacrifice. The same for the Druids of Europe. The city of Carthage in North Africa contains evidence of child sacrifice related to the worship of Ba’al Hammon, a god imported from Phoenicia. Many Roman writers refer to this barbaric act in Carthage.
The bible refers to child sacrifice, most notably to the god Molech, a god of the Ammonites.This sacrifice to Molech continued to at least 146 B.C. in Carthage. The act was in fulfillment of a vow given.

They were buried there between the 8th century B.C. and the fall of Carthage during the third Punic War in 146 B.C. On the burial monuments that sometimes accompanied the urns, there was often inscribed the name or symbol of the goddess Tanit, the main Phoenician female deity, and her consort Ba’al Hammon.’ Infants and children were regularly sacrificed to this divine couple.

Sacrificing children continues today as a business in Uganda.

Yet, where did abortions originate?

We see a link between abortions and child sacrifice. Andrew White, M.D. provides non-forced parallels between child sacrifice and abortion.

For us murder is once for all forbidden; so even the child in the womb, while yet the mother’s blood is still being drawn on to form the human being, it is not lawful to destroy. To forbid birth is only quicker murder. It makes no difference whether one take away the life once born or destroy it as it comes to birth. He is a man, who is to be a man, the fruit is always present in the seed.30<br>

The most obvious parallel between the rite of child sacrifice and the practice of abortion is the sober fact that the parents actually kill their own offspring. There are however many other parallels. At Carthage the main reason for sacrificing a child was to avert potential dangers in a crisis or to gain success through fulfilling a vow. Today many times when a woman faces an unwanted pregnancy, abortion seems to be the only way to resolve the crisis she finds herself in. The potential danger to reputation, education, career, etc., become overwhelming. To avert the seemingly terrifying consequences of carrying a pregnancy to term, the woman may turn to abortion as a means of escape. Another woman may experience much less of the anxiety and fear that accompany a crisis. She may simply see the pregnancy as an intrusion into her self-serving lifestyle and an obstacle in the way of the road to her success. Sadly this woman’s offspring must be sacrificed so that she can continue uninterrupted with her plans for the future.

It is no secret that in American society extramarital sexual intercourse (fornication and adultery) is the cause of most pregnancies that end in abortion.
If we move further back in history, we see textual reference to the origin of abortion. Most of these references forbids the act of abortion.

One Jewish apocalyptic visionary work known as the Sibylline Oracles (written sometime between the 100 B.C. and 100 A.D.) predicts:
“Those who licentiously defiled the flesh; and all who loosed the maiden’s girdle for secret intercourse; and all who caused abortions; and all who unlawfully cast away their offspring; and sorcerers and sorceresses with them; the wrath of the heavenly and immortal God shall drive all these against a pillar around which in a circle flows an unending river of fire,” (Sibylline Oracles 2.280-84).

The first-century Jewish historian, Josephus, recorded that:

“The law, moreover, enjoins us to bring up all our offspring and forbids women to cause abortion of what is begotten, or to destroy it afterward; and if any woman appears to have so done, she will be a murderer of her child, by destroying a living creature, and diminishing humankind,” (Josephus, Against Apion Book 2, Chapter 29, Section 202).

The Babylonian Talmud likewise reports an interpretation of Genesis 9:6 and the prohibition against shedding human blood by Rabbi Ishmael (late first/early second century):

“On the authority of Rabbi Ishmael, it was said: [A murderer is executed] even for the murder of an embryo. What is Rabbi Ishmael’s reason? Because it is written, ‘Whosoever sheddeth the blood of man within a man, his blood shall be shed.’ What is a man within a man? An embryo in his mother’s womb,” (Babylonian Talmud, Sanhedrin 57b).

“Thou shalt not murder a child by abortion nor kill that which is begotten,” (Didache Chapter 2).
Later in the second century, Christian apologist “Athenagoras” wrote:

“We say that those women who use drugs to bring on abortion commit murder and will have to give an account to God for the abortion,” (Athenagoras, A Plea for the Christians, Chapter 35).
And the Latin theologian, Tertullian, explained:
“In our case, murder being once for all forbidden, we may not destroy even the fetus in the womb, while as yet the human being derives blood from other parts of the body for its sustenance. To hinder a birth is merely a speedier man-killing; nor does it matter whether you take away a life that is born, or destroy one that is coming to the birth. That is a man which is going to be one; you have the fruit already in its seed,” (Tertullian, Apology, Chapter 9).

I submit to you the true origin of abortion was given to man by The Watchers found in the book of Enoch. Enoch was a prophet who lived in the days before the flood (Gen. 5:22-24; Heb. 11:5; Jude 1:14-15). His book is quoted in the book of Jude (Jude 1:14-15 is quoting 1Enoch 1:9)
The book of Enoch chapter 69, verse 12 states:

And the fifth is named Kasdeja; he has taught the sons of men all the wicked beatings of the spirits and the demons, the beatings of the birth in the womb, that it [i.e. the birth] fall, and the beatings of the soul, the bites of the serpent, and the beatings.

We see here the Watcher named Kasdeja taught the act of abortion. This time period was prior to Noah’s flood account.
The Watchers were spiritual beings who came to Earth due to their own desires. I mention this in my book (supernatural novel) Sight and Sound.

In summary, abortion was made mainstream within United States after Roe vs Wade. However, the act of abortion is linked to child sacrifice. This same ritual (abortion or ritual sacrifice) incurred originally by the Watcher named Kasdeja. This same act has been ongoing from history to present.


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The Number 33

Why 33?

The number 33 is to be revered in the occult and mysticism, but why?  While the numerology aspect of 33 is too vast for this material, it behooves us to look at the number.


The number 33 in nature.

  • 33 vertebrae in the human body.
  • 33 pairs of nerve groups pass through the human vertebrae.
  • The human functions on 8 hours of sleep or 33.3% out of each 24 hours a day.
  • According to Newton scale 33 is the temperature water boils.
  • The atomic number for arsenic.
  • Sea water pressure doubles every 33 feet in depth.
  • Animal kingdom is divided into 33 phyla.
  • Many bird eggs gestate in 33 days.
  • The raven produces 33 distinct sounds.
  • Blue moon (two full moons a month) occur on average every 33 months.
  • There were 33 turns in a complete sequence of DNA.



The number 33 is significant in all religions.

  • Number of deities in the Vedic Religion is 33.
  • Believed to be the age of Christ on His crucifiction.
  • Generally the number of sets in Islamic prayer beads.
  • The numeric representation of the Star of David.
  • 33 known degrees in Scottish Rite Freemasonry.
  • Numeric equivalent of AMEN. 1+14+5+14 = 33
  • The name of Elohim appears 33 times in the opening chapters of Genesis.
  • King David ruled in Jerusalem for 33 years.
  • Jacob had 33 children with Leah.
  • The Tibetan Book of the Deadhas 33 heavens ruled by Indra and 33 ruled by Mara.
  • In Zoroastrianism, The principle deity is Ahura Mazda created the universe in 33 steps.
  • In spiritual numerology 33 is one of the master numbers.
  • in Revelation, there are references suggesting a third (33.3%) of things that will be killed or destroyed.
  • Lucifer brought 1/3 or 33% of the angels with him, during the fall.


Other signicicances for the number 33.

  • From Iraq through Phoenicia to Phoenix Arizona, whether by design or coincidence, the 33rd parallel passes through some very significant places.
  • Baghdad is on the 33rd(Garden of Eden)
  • KKK (Ku Klux Klan), where K is eleventh alphabet. IE: 11+11+11 = 33.
  • Date John F. Kennedy was shot, 11/22 or 33.
  • 1947 UFO crash in Roswell, New Mexico is on the 33rd
  • Disneyland lies on the 33rd parallel, and Walt Disney was a freemason.
  • There are 33 consonants in the Devanagari alphasyllabary (alphabet), most associated with Sanskrit, Hindi, and other related languages.


In my novel, Sight and Sound, provide a forward describing the 200 watchers coming to Earth on Mount Hermon. This same mountain is located at 33 degrees east of the Paris Zero Meridian (longitude), and 33 degrees north of the Equator (latitude). It is also believed to be the same location where Jesus transfigured.

It is my belief, the 1/3 of the fallen angels, and location of Hermon provides the significance we see in religion.  Those in the occult revere this number, due to the fallen. The reality is Satan is currently the god of this world (albeit defeated and have a little more time). Those in power (Luciferians) are angel worshipers. Again, this is why we see such a worship and ritual within the entertainment and music industry, as well as occult symbolism in the major companies.


The Voice The Clash

When you see a title of “The Voice”, one immediately thinks of the entertainment industry’s ,The Voice currently playing.

However, this article deals with another form of The Voice. From the book, ‘Hostage to the Devil’ by Malachi Martin, we are provided what The Voice is during a demonic exorcism.


The Voice is an inordinately disturbing and humanly distressing babel. The first few 
syllables seem to be those of some word pronounced slowly and thickly — somewhat like
a tape recording played at a subnormal speed. You are just straining to pick up the 
word and a layer of cold fear has already gripped you — you know this sound is alien.
But your concentration is shattered and frustrated by an immediate gamut of echoes, 
of tiny, prickly voices echoing each syllable, screaming it, whispering it, laughing 
it, sneering it, groaning it, following it. They all hit your ear, while the alien 
voice is going on unhurriedly to the next syllable, which you then try to catch, while 
guessing at the first one you lost. By then, the tiny, jabbing voices have caught up
with that second syllable; and the voice has proceeded to 
the third syllable; and so on. (Malachi, 1987)

The first and foremost thing that needs to occur is to silence this voice. The exorcist must get him or herself under control (not an easy feat), and confront the entity to demand silence, then demand its name.

Knowing the name brings power over the entity. While the will of the exorcist is used against the entity, the authority of Jesus Christ is used against it. However, the strength of the exorcist will also be a necessity.

f you have ever seen The Dead Files, many times Amy Allan will indicate to acquire a “strong and intimidating” exorcist to do the exorcism of the home or area. I initially wondered why, but according to Malachi Martin, it would be due to the will of the exorcist must also be very strong. Amy works with Steve DiSchiavi, who researches the locations. The show is rather interesting and in my opinion authentic.


You can follow Amy Allan on Facebook or Twitter.

You can follow Steve DiSchiavi on Facebook or Twitter.

Back to the Voice. While there is a need for the collision to occur between the will of the exorcist and demon, the authority is always under Christ. The reality is Jesus defeated these entities on the cross.

Once The Voice is stopped, “a tremendous pressure of an obscure kind affects the exorcist”, per Malachi.  This pressure is then felt as The Clash occurs.

The Clash

This clash is the personal mental contact interaction between the exorcist and entity. This hurts the exorcist, but a necessity to lock wills. Martin then explains this battle of the will is a necessity. The fight is then truly on, between the exorcist and demon. A battle of wills, that does not sound pleasant.

The issue between the two, the exorcist and the possessing spirit, is simple. Will the
totally antihuman invade and take over? Will it, noisome and merciless, seep over that
narrow rim where the exorcist would hold his ground alone, and engulf him? Or will it,
unwillingly, protestingly, under a duress greater than its single-track will, stop,
identify itself, cede, retire, disappear, and be volatilized back into an 
unknown pit of being where no man wants to go ever?

The battle itself appears to be painful for both exorcist and entity. However, once the name is identified, the exorcist acquires as much information as possible. The more information over the entity, the greater the authority grows over it.


Once the entity is defeated by will and authority, it is forced to remove itself from the host. The expulsion is then completed during the exorcism.


Malachi Martin. (1987). Hostage to the Devil. Retrieved from https://archive.org/stream/HostageToTheDevil/HostageToTheDevil_djvu.txt

Segregation of Duties

There is a lot of discussion on segregation of duties and how much power one holds within the Information Technology (IT) department. The book makes mention of the accessibility of data. Based upon organizational policy, access should be granted on a basis of least privilege. No user should have more authority than required to carry out their duties. Where additional authority is granted on a temporary basis, controls must exist to ensure that the authority is removed at the end of the temporary period. (Cascarino 192)

Information Technology

The issue is how does a company divide access? Regulations and laws were introduced to the public in order to push companies in creating and enforcing internal control requirements. Some of those laws were Graham-Leach-Bliley Act of 1999 (i.e., GLB Act), Sarbanes Oxley, Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA). The purpose is to reduce the access to only those areas of necessity in order to complete your work required. Basically, give you enough access to do your job, without un-necessary access. Interesting to me, is these do not provide specifics in how to comply, rather a guideline for the companies to figure it out (to a degree).

To be fair, some of those requirements were specific in nature, by keeping system programmers and functional users from the application code, and development staff do not have access to production data.

This segregation or separation of duties contains two objectives:

  • Prevention of conflict of interest
  • Detection of control failures

The conflict of interest could include relationships in the workplace, financial from worker activities, and if an employee is providing inside information to outside parties.

Detection of control failures could result in findings of fraud, ineffective oversight, inadequate design, ineffective response and environment control.

While these are used and can be seen in the information technology aspect of the companies, we see this idea was used additionally with our founders, setting up the government.


The United States Government was also set up as a segregation of duties, to ensure all power does not reside in one branch or person.

The traditional characterizations of the powers of the branches of the American Federal Government are:

  •  The legislative branch is responsible for enacting the laws of the state and appropriating the money necessary to operate the government.
  •  The executive branch is responsible for implementing and administering the public policy enacted and funded by the legislative branch.
  •  The judicial branch is responsible for interpreting the constitution and laws and applying their interpretations to controversies brought before it. (NCLS, 2017)

Recently my son and I have been taking the freely available courses from Hilldale College.https://online.hillsdale.edu/dashboard/registered

Might want to check that out.




Cascarino, Richard E. Auditor’s Guide to IT Auditing, + Software Demo, 2nd Edition. John Wiley & Sons P&T, 2012-03-19. VitalBook file.

NCLS. (2017). Separation of Powers-An Overview. Retrieved from http://www.ncsl.org/research/about-state-legislatures/separation-of-powers-an-overview.aspx



Ouija Board

The original ghost board, Ouija,  was actually named by the spirits themselves.


The makers of the first talking board asked the board what they should call it; the name “Ouija” came through and, when they asked what that meant, the board replied, “Good luck.” (Robert Murch)
From a novelty shop in Feb 1891, the talking board began appearing as a Pittsburgh toy. A mere novelty described as a magical device for the price of $1.50. The reality is this device hit the 19th century during the same time as Spiritualism came into America.

Most notably were the Fox Sisters, who received messages from spirits via rapping on the walls. The rap would answer questions, inquired by those interested to hear from beyond. Spiritualism swept the nation as a famous past time. Even President Lincoln’s wife, Mary Todd held séances in the White House. She would try to contact her 11 year old son, who died of a fever in 1862.

Those desperate during the Civil War wished to contact their lost love ones, and clung toward Spiritualism as an avenue.

The rapping and knocking was too slow and many grew bored. Hence the Ouija was an answer for a quicker reply from the Spirit World.

The story is, Charles Kennard from Chestertown, Maryland acquired some investors and invented the board. There is some discrepancy indicating E.C. Reiche, a cabinet maker that originally created the board, and Charles stole it from him. Regardless, they were at a loss what to call the device. One of the investor pulled in his sister-in-law Helen Peters, a medium, who used the board and asked what to call the device. The board spelled out “O-U-I-J-A.” Not understanding what that meant they asked the board, and it spelled out “G-O-O-D L-U-C-K.”

Later in 1966 Parker Brothers purchases the Ouija Board and it outsells Monopoly the following year.

Alternative to the Ouija board, due to its danger of opening portals, is a pendulum. Supposedly simply asking questions to the pendulum and answers will occur. The larger the pendulum swing, the more accurate the answer. Some use this as a means to find lost items, or to specific answers. Most probably recall the test of boy or girl on pregnant women. The pendulum is an old practice.


Moving forward, would we consider these “Ghost apps” the next phase of Spiritualism?

The idea is the instruments identifying changes in the temperature, magnetism, ect. indicates spiritual entities. How reliable or realistic is this?

Personally, I believe these boards, pendulums and apps are merely tools.


The entities are using the individuals, rather than the tools. While the tools are physical indicators, the entities are actually using the individuals.  I have no doubt the “spirits” conveyed the boards name to them. Nor do I doubt the alternative side is communicating. However, I personally see these “sprites” as Lemures.


In the book by King James I of England, Daemonologie, “For if they were spirites that haunted some houses, by appearing in diuers and horrible formes, and making greate dinne: they were called Lemures or Spectra.”

These Lemures or Spectras are actually demonic entities acting as ghosts or spirits, in my opinion.



Electronic Fraud

The book,Auditor’s Guide to IT Auditing, + Software Demo, points out 4 things electronic fraud may be used. Electronic fraud, utilizing Internet technology, may come in the form of;
• creating a false identity on the Internet,
• intercepting information sent over the Internet,
• using the Internet to spread false information, or
• using the Internet to access and manipulate information within the corporate information systems. (Cascarino 159)


Similar to theft, I view electronic fraud as a cat and mouse game online. As new technology is developed to identify and fight fraud (better mousetraps), the fraudulent parties revise their schemes to circumvent them. It would appear the sheer volume and escalation of threats are more than most companies can manage.

“Threats are escalating more quickly than what banks, or even just other businesses in general, can deploy in terms of defenses against those threats,” says David Albertazzi, a senior analyst with Aite Group, a Boston-based financial sector research and analysis firm.(Geffner, 2014 May 29)

While the old check fraud is on decline the newer electronic fraud increases. To combat this, the Federal Institutions Examination Council has instructed banks to acquire a layered security approach to help combat electronic fraud. This layered approach (I think of it as layers of an onion) applies multiple forms of a security to help combat or slow down fraudulent activity.

While this approach seems obvious, the reality is regardless of what is put into place for security, no institute is 100 percent protected.


Cascarino, Richard E. Auditor’s Guide to IT Auditing, + Software Demo, 2nd Edition. John Wiley & Sons P&T, 2012-03-19. VitalBook file.

Marcie Geffner. (2014 May 29). How banks fight fraud in electronic banking. Retrieved from http://www.bankrate.com/banking/how-banks-fight-fraud-in-electronic-banking/



Ghost Wars

I checked out “Ghost Wars” episode one on SyFy and my reaction is, “meh.” The whole plot is one guy having the ability to see and speak with spirits. He is viewed as an outcast from the whole town and he attempts to leave. He is unable too, due to being trapped, for some reason. Additionally, people start dying in the town and their spirits are also trapped within.

Per IMDB, the summary is, “A remote Alaskan town that has been overrun by paranormal forces and local outcast Roman Mercer (Jogia) must overcome the town’s prejudices and his own personal demons if he’s to harness his repressed psychic powers and save everyone from the mass haunting that’s threatening to destroy them all.”

The main characters is played by Avam Jogia. I recognized him from the show Victorius, when my kids watched it. The main characters ghost girl friend is played by Elise Gatien. I was also surprised to see the singer Meat Loaf in it.

Interestingly, the main character has a female ghost friend that he communicates with. I found some similarities between this story line and my own book I wrote last year, Sight and Sound. Like my book, the character has the ability to interact beyond the veil. Unlike my book the main character can both see and hear the spirits. Within my book, one character can see while the other can hear.
It was a slow start, and began to answer a few questions toward the end. I guess we will see where this goes.



Why I Write About Demons

One wonders why I write about demons or spiritual entities. Isn’t that just asking for them to come into your homes and cause you harm or issues? Many Christians steer clear of researching this content because quite frankly it’s taboo in many churches.


While I agree one should not invite these entities in, I also believe we should understand the enemy and his snares. It is a double-edged sword, in my opinion.

“If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles. If you know yourself but not the enemy, for every victory gained you will also suffer a defeat. If you know neither the enemy nor yourself, you will succumb in every battle.” Sun Tzu, The Art of War

With this in mind, two things must occur in dealing with the supernatural.

  • Know yourself to be saved by grace, through Christ.
  • Know you are indeed not only in a battle with the enemy but also within his current control here on Earth, through the flesh.

This is why I am attempting to convey information through stories, ECT. Providing some insights to the reality we are currently in. There is a spiritual battle.


Fast forward: I was recently watching a video, created by Rob Skiba and there was an interesting comment during the discussion. While it was a sidebar comment, it really had me thinking the deeper meaning behind it.

The side conversation was something like this:

In the Garden of Eden when Adam took of the tree of knowledge, why do you think it was an act of mercy to kick him out before he ate from the tree of life?

Because, if he had eaten from the tree of life, after eating from the tree of knowledge, he could never be redeemed. He would live forever in sin.

While this may seem obvious to some, it really struck me.

The angels (sons of God) were made eternal. When 200 of them dropped in on Mount Hermon and sinned against God, by cohabiting with the daughters of men, they erred greatly. So much, those angels were given a unique and dramatic punishment.

Angels cannot be redeemed. At least I find no-where in the Bible a possible redemption pathway for them.

Adversely, mankind was provided redemption through the sacrifice of Christ. This is why it is very important to understand this. We as mankind have only this short lifespan to accept that gift prior to physical death. That choice will determine our own eternal habitation.

And as it is appointed unto men once to die, but after this the judgment:” Hebrews 9:27

The enemy knows this. The enemy knows that it has already lost, and is trying to deceive as many as possible to not take that gift from the creator. These snares come in the form of a wide variety of keeping busy, entertained, rabbit trails, in-fighting, ECT.

So yeah, I am looking into our current physical, worldly issues, and bringing focus on the spiritual battles being played out behind the scenes. This is why I partly wrote Sight and Sound, and working on Trauma.

Most would more likely choose a paranormal novel to read (as entertainment) as opposed to hearing a sermon. Perhaps I can provide that entertainment, while also planting seeds conveying this material world is only one piece of the larger picture.

My attempt to bring light into the dark world.



Ancient Technology in Hoysaleswara – Lathe


The temple Hoysaleswara found in India is dedicated to the Hindu god Shiva. The construction of the temple was started in 1120 and completed in 1150. While the temple was created in 30 years, the fascinating thing about this particular temple is ‘how’ it was created. The how continues to baffle historians, due to the intricacies of design. With the evolutionist world view, it would baffle many. However, with the understanding of ‘nothing new under the sun’, it is easy to explain.

The temple is 900 years old. It predates automobiles and other current technologies. It is found in Halebeedu, Karnataka, India. It is one of the largest temples dedicated to Shiva.




Shiva duty is to destroy all the worlds at the end of creation and dissolve them into nothingness. Shiva holds a skull that represents samsara, the cycle of life, death and rebirth. Samsara is a central belief in Hinduism. Shiva himself also represents this complete cycle because he is Mahakala the Lord of Time, destroying and creating all things. It should be noted that the statue of Shiva is found at CERN.



Considering we were still using horse and buggy up until the first automobile creation in 1893, technology, for the most part, was rudimentary. Evolutionists hold the idea man was dumber in the past, and we are involving as time goes on. That world view would require no technology or advanced intellect in the past. The temple Hoysaleswara contradicts that theory.



However, a look into the temple Hoysaleswara speaks differently. Take a look at the stone pillars in the temple. Notice they are created by a lathe tool. This would require not only a large impressive machine to rotate these large pillars but the technology to lathe them.



Today, we use a similar technology in shaping metal via lathe.

One of the gods holds a tool, much like today’s gears.

This tool consists of 32 outer gears, with intricate inner gears. Perhaps this is the tool used to lathe the monumental pillars in the temple.

This same type of tool is used today.


This is just one look at how ‘ancient technology’ was merely lost and regained during the last 300 years. I point out Ecclesiastes 1:9,

What has been will be again, what has been done will be done again; there is nothing new under the sun.


The bigger question is, why has technology resurfaced again, and what does that mean?

I propose the following:

  • We are not getting smarter, as evolutionist desire, rather we are reintroduced with lost knowledge.
  • This technology is provided to us by other means than natural selection.