Book one of The Cyannian Trilogy, 'Cataclysm Earth', progressively takes the reader through a fantasy of predictive science fiction. It begins on a factual note, submitting the idea that Earth's inhabitants have interfered with their planet's delicate ecology. Research and experimentation, affluent life-styles, immorality, deforestation all combine to depreciate Earth’s environment. During his civilisation’s collapse a journalist, Tristram Velby and his family, struggle against appalling odds. Having experienced three dreams, he soon realises the first’s similarity to the cataclysmic event taking place. The second dream takes them, and others lifted from Earth, on a voyage to a strange alien world. The third reveals secrets of a ‘Universal Technology’ locked in a temple that will take Earth into the ‘Celestial Realm’.
Follow this multi-disciplinary, scientific study as it examines the evidence of a great global catastrophe that occurred only 11,500 years ago. Crustal shifting, the tilting of Earth's axis, mass extinctions, upthrusted mountain ranges, rising and shrinking land masses, and gigantic volcanic eruptions and earthquakes--all indicate that a fateful confrontation with a destructive cosmic visitor must have occurred. The abundant geological, biological, and climatological evidence from this dire event calls into question many geological theories and will awaken our memories to our true--and not-so-distant--past.
In Cataclysm, author Nick Gass takes geology out of the oil patch to authenticate the first twenty-five verses of the Bible. He presents a multidisciplinary exploration, implementing scientific reasoning, to explain some of the ancient history of The Middle East. Gass discusses how the rise of science has provided a platform for interpreting ancient legends. In Cataclysm, he casts a different light on a number of historical events and considers a variety of topics: Moses and the first twenty-five verses of Genesis The ways in which the climate may have provided the stimulus A different view on the migration out of Africa The why and how of the Flood The Garden of Eden as the first Jewish Diaspora A Second Flood The Land of Kush Exploring the Bible and other ancient texts, Cataclysm provides a refreshing look at some of the world’s past events and places them in a new multidisciplinary perspective.
Based on the—GREATEST TRUE STORY—ever recorded in ancient times, Noah’s great, great, great—granddaughter fulfi ls her life’s grandest ambition, reporting this cataclysmic disaster, directly from this worlds most ‘Heroic’ character. She discovers a legend of a man with a story almost too bizarre to be believed. He portraits a world in which massive creatures once existed, but ultimately died as a direct result of its irreversible, belligerent, destruction. Modern science now explains the prerequisite eco-system necessary to support such gigantic creatures before this tragedy. This story takes a revolutionary approach, through a chain of earth shattering events, culminating in total cataclysmic chaos. The discovery, of a massive petrifi ed ship, in the Mt. Ararat region in recent times lends incredible weight to this profound account. Geology, palaeontology, oceanography and geography all tell the same story when read correctly, alongside the original account. This truly awesome story can never die, while its gigantic fossil and geological record are ‘Eternally Immortalised In Stone’, across the entire globe for all to see.
A Canary Island volcano has exploded in a fiery fury. Enter, volcanologist, Dr. Samuel May, who has predicted it will collapse into the Atlantic Ocean causing a massive tsunami that will destroy European and American coastlines. Will this disaster mark the beginning of the end? As the United Nations scrambles to evacuate coastal cities, quell chaos and prepare for impending doom, a conspiracy is underway at the Vatican. The newly elected pope, Callixtus the Fourth, possesses Earth shattering revelations that will test his faith and the power of governments. His plan to release ancient secrets has brought about a heinous plot to murder him and elect a new pontiff that will protect the status quo. In a rush against time, he must survive the coming cataclysm in order to save mankind. But, what if the disaster is just the beginning of something more? What if this event marks the end of mankind?
Every year Earth is bombarded with about 40,000 tons of extraterrestrial material. This includes microscopic cosmic dust particles shed by comets and asteroids in outer space, meteorites, as well as large comets and asteroids that have led to catastrophic events in the geologic past. Originally considered only a curiosity, extraterrestrial matter found on Earth provides the only samples we have from comets, asteroids and other planets. Only recently mankind has started to actively collect extraterrestrial matter in space (Apollo program, Stardust mission) rather than to wait for its delivery to Earth. Still, most of our knowledge of the origin and evolution of our solar system is based on careful studies of meteorites, cosmic dust, and traces of large impact events in the geologic record such as the mass extinction that terminated the Cretaceous Period and led to the extinction of the dinosaurs. This book summarizes our current knowledge of the properties, origin, orbital evolution and accretion mechanism of extraterrestrial matter accreted on Earth and sheds light on accretion processes and fluxes in the geologic past. The chapters in the first part of the book are arranged in order to follow extraterrestrial matter from its origin in space, its orbital evolution on its way to Earth, its interaction with the Earth magnetosphere and atmosphere to its more or less violent collision with the Earth's surface. In the second part of the book several chapters deal with the present?day flux of cosmic dust and meteorites to Earth. Finally, several chapters deal with the reconstruction of the accretion history of extraterrestrial matter on Earth, starting with the most recent geologic past and ending with the very early, violent accretion period shortly after the formation of Earth, Moon and other solid planets in our solar system.
In Roots of Cataclysm, a journalist investigating the mysteries of the Ice Ages and the first human settlements of the New World finds that conventional doctrine is in conflict with the historical data.
Rather than dwell on evil doings, 'A Voyage to Infinity' series seeks to illustrate lifestyles that focus on singular, physical aspects and individual desires in a life. The events and conduct of incarnate souls, whether unwitting or premeditated, builds into a story that goes on to reveal how others' actions might affect the lives of other people around them, and the disadvantages it could mean for the perpetrators in the life beyond. In this second book of the series, 'A Rendezvous with Evil', Vicky and Jamie adhere to a preconceived plan, initiated in the first book, and which is gradually revealed to them by their spiritual guides in this second work. As they grow up, they are drawn together, and become aware of the purpose for their lives on this world. The deeper they get involved with each other, they sense aspects from a previous life that ties them to the Infinite One, and other chosen souls. As proven souls from this previous life, other similar souls begin to home in on them, and together they set about bringing their plan to reality.
After welcoming the congregation, the priest continued to announce the opening hymn, making no mention of why he had replaced Father Carmichael for the service. It raised the curiosity in Connie, especially as the rest of the congregation seemed relaxed and familiar with the priest addressing them. As the service continued, Connie found herself looking around the church to see if Father Carmichael had arrived. Peering through two pillars adjacent to their pew, her gaze fell upon a commemorative plaque set in the wall beyond. In bold script cut into the stone, Connie focused on the name of the church’s founder. She stared, stunned at the words “In memory of Father Carmichael,” followed by the dates of his life span several centuries earlier.
G. Campbell Morgan Reprint Series Foreword If it is true that the measure of a person's greatness is their influence, not only on his own time but on future gen- erations, G. Campbell Morgan must be regarded as a great person. His greatness is seen not only in the wide impact of his ministry on both sides of the Atlantic, but in the fact that his books are still read and studied sixty-five years after his death. Named one of the ten greatest preachers of the twentieth-century by the contributing board of Preaching magazine, Morgan made the Bible a new and living book not only to the congregations who listened to him, but the vast multitude of persons who read his books. Fox sixty-seven years Morgan preached and taught the Scriptures and served churches in England and the United States. What is remarkable is that his commentaries and expositions of the Bible still speak to persons of a new millennium. There have been many changes in the world since he faithfully preached and taught the Scriptures, but the wide appeal of his books testify to the timelessness of his message. Although he held pastorates in the Congregational and Presbyterian denominations, he had an ecumenical appeal to persons of all denominations and traditions. The mystic Thomas á Kempis once wrote, "He to whom the eternal word speaks is delivered from many opinions." In one of his sermons, he referred to the words of Amos that there would be a famine for hearing the word of God (Amos 8:11). The timeless work of G. Campbell Morgan addresses that hun- ger, as his books enable his readers to get beyond opinions to the living Word. Wipf and Stock Publishers have rendered a great gift to the religious world in reprinting dozens of Morgan's books. This growing collection makes his books more available, so that readers have an option other than searching the internet for used, and often expensive, copies. Among this collection is the classic The Great Physician and commen- taries on the Gospel of Matthew and John. Persons seeking a living faith and a meaningful encounter with God would profit from reading any of these Morgan books. Near the end of his ministry, in a sermon entitled "But One Thing," Morgan commented on how Portugal changed the words of a coin after Christopher Columbus discovered America. No longer did the inscription say, Ne Plus Ultra (nothing more beyond) but Plus Ultra (more beyond). It is the hope of the G. Campbell Morgan Trust that the reprint- ing of these books will bring readers to the "more beyond," and an even deeper encounter with the Word in Scripture. The Morgan Trust Richard L. Morgan Howard C. Morgan John C. Morgan
Whether you call them gods, angels, ETs, or aliens, sufficient proof now exists that beings more advanced than humans have influenced our history. Evidence suggests that these outsiders shaped our religions, genes, technology, and cultures. In fact, they may have provided the impetus for modern civilization. Paul Von Ward investigates why modern science and religion refuse to address the possibility that humans interact with Advanced Beings (ABs). He reviews sacred texts, myths and legends--from the Old Testament, Hebrew texts, and the Vedas, to the Greek myths, Sumerian tablets, and other historical sources to make the link between religions, their gods, and alien intervention. He shows how this history of AB intervention has been suppressed and challenges readers to reexamine the origins of notions like “divine revelation” to find common ground among the world’s cultures and religions. Previously published as God, Genes, and Consciousness.