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For a number of years, I have been the type of person who pays attention to news items about UFOs. As such, it has not escaped my notice that some type of UFO-related story typically appears in most mainstream media outlets at least once every month or two. Nothing major—someone reports seeing some kind of strange object in the sky, or a pilot reports spotting some unusual aerial activity of some kind, stuff like that. Just enough to keep images of those little green men (gray men?) percolating in the back of people's minds.

This past month, however, a couple of UFO-related news items came to my attention that took things to a new level. And not to sprain my elbow patting myself on the back or anything, but these are more or less the kind of stories I have been quietly anticipating for the last several years.

If you've read very many of my articles, you may know that I am 100 percent convinced that the UFO/alien narrative has been painstakingly crafted by Satan and his demonic workforce to play an essential role in the end-time scenario. Some of the background for what I want to discuss here is from an article I wrote back in October of 2018 entitled "Delusion," and also one I wrote in December of 2018 entitled "The Event." So if you have never done so, I want to encourage you to take a look at these two previous pieces when you have a chance—although out of necessity I will rehash some of that material here to allow this article to stand on its own two feet.

The narrative is born

First, never forget that Satan knows Scripture. He knows that the key prophetic fulfillment that screams "END TIMES: DEAD AHEAD!" is the nation of Israel being reborn in the Jews' biblical homeland.

Before this became a reality on May 15, 1948, however, Satan was all over the events that occurred following the end of World War II. Satan was watching carefully in 1946 as the British made it known to the fledgling United Nations that they wanted out of their Mandate for Palestine. He was watching with keen interest as the UN sent the United Nations Special Committee on Palestine (UNSCOP) to that region on June 16, 1947 to speak to both the Jews and the Arabs about the plan to form two independent states: one for Israel, and one for the Arabs. That is, basically the same two-state solution the Palestinians caterwaul about to this day: It was offered to the Arabs on a silver platter in 1947 and they turned their noses up at it and spit in the UN's face.

But when the Arabs boycotted meetings with UNSCOP in open hostility while the Jews warmly welcomed them, Satan laced up his Nikes.

In June of 1947, it became clear to anyone paying attention that UNSCOP was quickly warming up to the idea of going back to their bosses at the UN and turning in a report that gave a big thumbs-up to the formation of an independent Jewish state, which resulted in Resolution 181 that November.

And now you know who was paying attention.

Although it wouldn't be until May of the following year that Israel would officially declare themselves an independent state, in June of 1947 Satan was 99 percent certain that it was finally showtime. The minute Satan was 99 percent sure this bellwether prophecy concerning Israel being reborn as a nation was finally going to be fulfilled, however, the very first thing he did might strike a lot of people as a bit unusual:

He arranged for a man and his son

to find an odd-looking pile of debris

on the other side of the world.

In June 1947, about the same time it was beginning to look like a green light for the formation of a Jewish state, Satan caused some strange lights to appear in the skies over the American Southwest. (Can he do that? Yes, the prince of the power of the air can do that.) These lights had the locals a bit keyed up, and strange theories began circulating. Then he arranged for a man and his young son who were driving through the countryside near Roswell, New Mexico to stop and investigate a peculiar pile of debris they noticed off in the distance. The debris consisted mostly of wooden sticks, rubber, tape, paper, and some material that looked like tinfoil.

A couple of weeks later, he called the local sheriff, who ended up calling the Roswell Army Air Field, who ended up sending an officer out to investigate. The officer who came to check out the debris—who, like everyone else in the area, was well aware of the strange lights in the sky that had been seen recently—was quick to put two and two together. But instead of four, he got 927. The debris was hastily gathered up, one thing led to another, far-flung conclusions were jumped to, and a phone call was made to the local newspaper.

On July 8, 1947, the headline of the Roswell Daily Record read:

RAAF Captures Flying Saucer

On Ranch in Roswell Region

And that's a quote. But it wasn't a "flying saucer." The next day the RAAF made another phone call to the newspaper, insisting that the debris was that of a weather balloon—but it was too late. The damage was done, and the genie was out of the bottle. It was later revealed that in reality it was the product of a top-secret military program that was tasked with developing a balloon that could be flown at extremely high altitudes over the USSR to detect any telltale radiation that would be emitted from the testing of nuclear weapons by the Soviets. That's why they were forced to put out the cover story about a weather balloon in the first place. Since only two years earlier the U.S. had emphatically ended World War II by using such weapons against Japan, the Soviets were in a lather to follow suit—and the Cold War was underway.

Photos taken of the debris at the time are clear: The debris consisted of bits and pieces of some type of kite or balloon. But more importantly...

It wasn't an advanced alien spacecraft piloted by an alien species with technology far beyond anything we can imagine that traveled tens of  trillions of miles from another star system to visit our little planet in our little corner of the Milky Way...before crashing in a field in New Mexico.

But good luck trying to convince anyone of that after the publishing of the above headline. In a flash, the UFO/alien narrative was ignited, and it soon burst into flames with a little help from Hollywood. And in no time at all, it was clear: This was one genie that was never going back into that bottle.

Virtually overnight both people in the Roswell area and curiosity-seekers from elsewhere began generating buzz and concocting every conceivable flavor of Kool-Aid to imbibe. "I saw these Army guys carrying out a body on a stretcher!" says one. "I saw them carry out three bodies!" says another. "I saw them load what looked like a large disk into the back of a truck!" says another. "Have you seen those alien autopsy photos?!" says yet another, ad infinitum, ad insania. I think you get the idea.

Conspiracy theorists extraordinaire: Over the decades, the events at Roswell have been smothered with one slathering of unfalsifiable, unverifiable gravy after another by real conspiracy theorists: The photos taken of the debris were staged. The government's analysis was clearly botched. Several alien bodies were found and spirited away, never to be seen again. Wreckage of an alien spacecraft was found...and spirited away, never to be seen again. And of course, the government is lying and covering it all up. And there are people in the world today who want to believe this so badly they could wet their britches. This is why as soon as someone casually refers to Roswell with the unspoken assumption that it was a real UFO event, I know I can safely ignore whatever they say from that point on. Refill on the Kool-Aid? Comin' right up.

My point is that this is the sequence of events Satan kicked off the moment he knew that Israel was finally going to be re-established as a nation in fulfillment of prophecy: He launched the UFO/alien narrative. From its humble beginnings in a fly-speck town in the American Southwest, this grew into an elaborate, exotic tale of how advanced species of extraterrestrials are routinely visiting Earth and interacting with humans for various reasons. Not only that, but the government is obviously hiding proof of such contact in the form of partially if not wholly intact spacecraft and the bodies of aliens—some burnt to a crisp and some alive and kicking. In other words, Satan gave us something he plans to put to good use: the greatest conspiracy theory of all time.

But the fact that Satan got this story going as soon as he knew for certain Israel would become a nation again tells us everything we need to know:

Satan plans to use his UFO/alien narrative as an important tool in helping his man the Antichrist establish his short-lived kingdom by explaining end-time events his way, not God's way.

Over the years this tale has been fleshed out in fantastical detail by people who sincerely believe they are channeling some of those extraterrestrial beings until it has evolved into a full-blown narrative that could provide a plausible explanation for the most bizarre event imaginable:

The sudden disappearance of

several hundred million people.

Details vary a bit from channeler to channeler, but the basic scenario being laid out claims that Mother Earth (who is a living being named Gaia, didn't ya know) must cleanse herself of dark, negative energy and evolve to a four-dimensional reality (some say five, but I won't quibble over the details because the whole thing is a load of nonsense). That means that mankind must also evolve spiritually in order to enter into the four-dimensional paradise that awaits after Gaia gets through this period of changes (this corresponds to the judgments that God will unleash on the earth during the Tribulation period).

The Age of Aquarius: Yes, a wonderful world does await after the earth gets through this period of "changes," and it will be far better than the so-called "Age of Aquarius" people have been singing about for decades: It's called the Millennial Kingdom. But sadly people who foolishly swallow Satan's lies about extraterrestrials and evolving spiritually and attaining a four-dimensional spirituality or the "Christ-consciousness" and all the associated man-centered schlock won't be part of it. This is Christ's kingdom, and it will initially only be inhabited by people who have come to faith in the work of atonement for sin that Christ accomplished on a cross at Calvary.

According to New Age beliefs that have been built around and incorporate the UFO/alien narrative, an occurrence is looming on the horizon known simply as the Event, or the sudden evacuation of several hundred million people. This will tell us the show is underway, and Gaia is ready to begin a major phase of her self-cleansing process. Evolving to a higher level of consciousness awaits those who are left behind, as those evacuees were all those who were simply not prepared for this spiritual leap forward. The narrative will be that these poor souls have been zapped over to a fleet of spacecraft awaiting nearby to be lovingly, patiently retrained until they are prepared to rejoin the rest of the world, which consists of people who are ready to ascend spiritually.

Satan has it backwards...as usual: According to the UFO/alien narrative, if you are "evacuated" it's because you aren't ready to evolve spiritually. According to God's Word, if you are "evacuated," it's because you have been regenerated spiritually and have been caught up to meet the Lord in the air.

Of course, people left behind after the Event will be under pressure not to give in to the dark, negative energy and intolerant, archaic superstitions that got the world in the fine mess it's in to begin with, and anyone who foolishly turns to those same low-vibrational superstitions (by believing the gospel) will be seen as someone who is seriously hindering Gaia's ability to complete her transition to this wonderful new four-dimensional reality. As a result, they must all be eliminated for the benefit of Mother Earth and all of mankind.

But in spite of torrents of disinformation, lies, propaganda, warnings, threats, intimidation, persecution, crackdowns, arrests, imprisonments, and executions, untold millions will do just exactly that.

They will see the Antichrist as the deluded, satanic stooge that he is and his plans as the evil, satanic designs that they are, and come to a saving faith in the One who will cast him into the lake of fire at His return.

So, before we continue, let's establish a couple of basic truths that result from what we have discussed up to this point:

1. There are no alien spacecraft. No one anywhere is hiding any kind of alien spacecraft of any kind, neither partially nor wholly intact. There isn't so much as a hubcap from any such alien spacecraft being hidden anywhere on earth, including a highly classified United States Air Force facility within the Nevada Test and Training Range colloquially known as "Area 51." Now, can the demonic realm cause people to see strange things in the sky? You betcha. But I don't care who claims to have seen what, where, and when...and the reason is simple: Alien spacecraft are a lie from the father of lies.

2. There are no aliens. Similarly, there are no creatures of some advanced alien species that are piloting these (nonexistent) spacecraft through the earth's atmosphere and crashing in the desert on a surprisingly regular basis. No one anywhere on earth has the body—burnt to a crisp or alive and kicking—of a single creature of some advanced alien species. Or so much as a fingernail thereof. It's precisely the same as it is for the nonexistent spacecraft they supposedly pilot: Aliens are a lie from the father of lies.

I don't care how many blockbuster movies they make featuring contact with aliens. I don't care how many sequels of Avatar they make. There are no aliens flying around out there who have been visiting Earth in their advanced spacecraft. None. And that leads to the following inevitable conclusion:

3. There is nothing to disclose. Many people today, including some high-ranking government officials, are buzzing about "alien disclosure." Well, not to be a party-pooper or anything, but the fact of the matter is clear. As far as so-called "alien disclosure" is concerned...

No one really has anything to disclose.

No alien spacecraft. No aliens. Nothing.

What, some grainy videos or photographs taken by military pilots? Please. Now, if you wish to believe they really do, fine—go right ahead. But it is clear to me that Roswell is one of Satan's greatest scams, and the joke is on people who desperately wish to believe the fantasy that we are about to be visited by an advanced alien race from another star system who has come to save us from ourselves and lift us up by the spiritual bootstraps and lead us into a four-dimensional paradise. Or maybe just show us a bunch of cool technology.

Now, having said all that, I am convinced that Satan's deception didn't stop in the summer of 1947. Oh no. I believe this demonic charade was just getting in gear, and ever since then Satan has been at work, deceiving people through various means to convince them a spacecraft really did crash at Roswell, that alien bodies (dead and alive) really were retrieved, and so on. That way, when people like me argue that there are no real spacecraft and no real aliens, we can be casually dismissed as clueless, uninformed skeptics. So be it.

Incidentally, one extremely popular counter-argument you hear from some very intelligent, very sincere people goes like this:

"But don't you see?! The universe is so unimaginably vast...how on earth can anyone be so small-minded as to believe we are the only intelligent species of life in it?! This mathematical formula we have derived proves there must be millions of planets capable of supporting life out there, and so it just makes common sense that there are other forms of life in the universe, certainly including some that are highly intelligent and capable of developing technology far beyond our own. There simply has to be. So do us all a favor and take your little Bible and go back to your cave."

OK, here's the deal. Are there other forms of life out there? YES!!! Is there ever! And I can prove it from Scripture. In the spiritual dimension, that is. In other words, in dimensions we don't currently have access to. There are billions and trillions of angelic and demonic beings out there, heaven only knows how many. And the Bible also refers to "principalities and powers in heavenly places" (Eph. 3:10)...and so you've got those guys—who or whatever they are.

But are there physical beings flying around in physical spacecraft from other planets in the same three-dimensional space-time continuum we inhabit? That's a toughie, but at this point it doesn't really matter whether there are or not—and you'll see why I say that in a moment.

Personally, I am inclined to think there are not—but that's my opinion. Now, some religious folks might reason that if there are such physical beings in the universe, they were created by the same holy, just, loving God who created us along with the unimaginably vast physical universe we all live in. The next question would be whether or not God breathed a spirit into them and gave them free will...and if so, did they disobey God and fall into sin like we did? If so, they would need Christ's work of atonement to pay the penalty for their sin just as we do. They would need to hear the gospel to believe in faith to be forgiven and reconciled to their holy Creator just like us. How will they receive that message? Who will go to them to preach it? And if they come here, surely they could get saved, right?

There's a problem with this line of thinking, however, that doesn't occur to most people. The Bible makes it crystal clear that God only has one Son (Jesus), who was sent to only one place (our world, on planet Earth, in the Milky Way Galaxy), and He was born into this world to redeem one species: Homo sapiens, whose sin had separated them spiritually from God. This means He had to be born on this planet in the physical body of our species in order to take the judgment for the sin of Homo sapiens on the cross, and He only did it one time for all time (two thousand years ago).

In other words, when the pope says he would be willing to baptize an alien, he is making an utter mockery of God's Word (and considering his profound ignorance of it, probably unwittingly).

So, as you can see, if there are other forms of intelligent life in our physical universe, the religious aspects get murky. That is, if we stick to a biblical worldview. That explains why the world is so willing and eager to believe there are aliens out there—most people think the Bible is just a bunch of myths. Sadly, so do a lot of professing Christians who name the name of Christ.

But the Bible is not a bunch of myths—it is the prophetically self-confirming Word of the Creator. That is, reams of historically verifiable fulfilled prophecy confirm it as being precisely what it claims to be: the inerrant Word of God. And if you are reading this, I assume you understand what I am talking about.

Black and white: (*sigh*) There are those who argue that the Bible itself describes UFOs and aliens, such as in Ezekiel's "wheel within a wheel" vision in Ezekiel 10, and so forth. Such people tend to have the attitude that they are doing us Bible-believing dolts a favor by sagaciously interpreting such passages of Scripture in accordance with reality, and then almost seem to expect believers to say "Gosh, Mr. UFO Guy, thanks for clearing that up for us!"

The problem is that the Word of God doesn't work that way. Ezekiel wasn't talking about UFOs and aliens—he was describing the actions of cherubim in a vision given to him by God that showed the prophet that God's glory was departing Solomon's Temple prior to its impending destruction by the Babylonians, who would take the Jews into captivity for 70 years as a judgment from God. But how do I know that's what it was?


You see, here's the thing—and if it sticks in your craw, even better: You either have a biblical worldview, or you have a nonbiblical worldview. Period. It's black and white—there is no gray. There is no in-between. In-between is nonbiblical. Why? Because God doesn't do in-between. Why? Because He's God and His Word is truth. My point is that things go completely off the rails when we insist on sticking our own stupid, half-baked ideas into His Word.

If you want in-between, Satan's your go-to guy.

Now, as for the argument that there must be other forms of intelligent life out there simply because the universe is so unimaginably vast, let me stir your pure mind to remembrance that we worship an unimaginably vast God, and according to His Word the unimaginably vast physical universe He created for us simply puts His unimaginably vast glory on full, glorious display:

1The heavens declare the glory of God; and the firmament shows his handiwork.

(Psalm 19:1 AKJV)

So with all that said, good luck trying to extend and apply this to other species of extraterrestrials somewhere else out there in this unimaginably vast universe we inhabit, no matter how similar their DNA is to ours (more on this later). Oh, or maybe they are creatures into whom God never breathed a spirit and to whom He never gave free will and so never sinned...any takers on that one? But seriously...the reason I said that at this point it really doesn't matter if there are intelligent beings out there somewhere in the unimaginably vast universe we live in is because it's irrelevant to the current discussion. And I say that because our own UFO/alien narrative and the accompanying flurry of speculation about "alien disclosure" is pretty much all based on the events at Roswell in 1947, and I can say one thing for absolute certain:

The current UFO/alien narrative that has overtaken our world in the last 70-odd years that has its beginnings in a pile of debris found in the desert near Roswell, New Mexico in the summer of 1947 is a lie from the father of lies, as are all the fanciful extraterrestrial imaginings that are based on it and that have grown up around it. What happened at Roswell was a well-orchestrated satanic hoax that was launched as soon as Satan realized Israel would be reborn as a nation in fulfillment of prophecy, and he intends to use this elaborate narrative to deceive the world into worshiping him in place of God, and his son the Antichrist in place of God's Son the Christ during the Tribulation (as well as neatly explain away the Rapture). As a result, what is tantalizingly referred to as "alien disclosure" is also a lie from the father of lies, because in spite of the fact that no government on the planet has anything real or substantive to disclose, the world is being groomed to buy into these lies hook, line, and sinker in order to ultimately fall for the Antichrist's futile, wannabe effort to establish his kingdom on earth in place of Christ's kingdom.

Say it with me:

Ain't gonna happen.

I apologize for taking such a winding path to get there, but this brings us back to square one, and that's a couple of news items I ran across recently that motivated me to write this article in the first place.

A word from the DoD

David Grusch (rhymes with "crush") worked in the U.S. Department of Defense for 14 years, and as a member of the All-Domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO), he co-led the analysis of unexplained anomalous phenomena (UAP, basically a slick new term for UFOs) with the UAP Task Force.

According to every available source, Grusch has impeccable credentials and a reputation beyond reproach, and could easily pass as a Boy Scout leader (and with a bit more hair, an actual Boy Scout). In a 2022 performance review, he was described as "an officer with the strongest possible moral compass."

Grusch has stated that his UAP Task Force was denied access to a crash retrieval program, and he is claiming that information about retrieved vehicles (alien vehicles, that is) is being illegally withheld from Congress.

Grusch says that when he pressed to gain direct access to (or be "read into") the crash retrieval program, a program he insists he had every administrative right to have access to and which he claims has retrieved at least a dozen alien spacecraft over the years ("non-human" seems to be the preferred term), the door was effectively slammed in his face. He says he endured reprisals and retaliation from higher-ups within the Defense Department, and this motivated him to do what any good Boy Scout leader would do:

Blow the whistle.

As a result, Grusch finally decided to file a whistleblower complaint, and after leaving the Department of Defense in April of this year he decided to go public out of what he describes as a "sense of duty."

Grusch has basically been the first high-level intelligence official to come forward and "spill the beans," so to speak, on what the government supposedly has and knows about extraterrestrials and their activities. He claims the U.S. is in possession of a number of alien spacecraft (at least a dozen), and is urging the U.S. government to come clean about it with the American public.

There are a couple of things about both Grusch and his story, however, that strike me as noteworthy.

1. First of all, Grusch himself. If you searched the ranks of the U.S. government (or the entire country for that matter), I promise you that you would be hard-pressed to find anyone who comes across as a more honest, trustworthy, believable person of impeccable integrity. The reason I mention this is because it plays into the fact that he is being heralded by the mainstream media as a "whistleblower." OK, pop quiz:

Q. What comes to mind when you hear the word "whistleblower"?

A. Someone who has the moral courage to proclaim the truth and call out the questionable conduct of those above them, even at great personal risk.

In spite of the shady but laughable antics of Adam "Shifty" Schiff during the Trump administration several years ago, the term "whistleblower" still carries a good deal of weight for most people. The term influences people to trust and believe that person, and it didn't escape my notice that the term has been effectively bestowed on Grusch by the mainstream media itself.

Now, call me a cratchety old skeptic, but considering what the mainstream media in America has degenerated into over the last few years, that suggests something to me loud and clear:

It suggests that David Grusch and his

story are part of a sanctioned narrative.

Which is what the mainstream media peddles these days in place of news. In other words, this story about a squeaky-clean, highly respected, high-ranking member of the intelligence community going public with what comes across as an honest, downright believable story about how the U.S. has a number of alien...er, "non-human" spacecraft hidden away and how the government possesses and is withholding undeniable proof that aliens are real and have been visiting us for years is part of a larger agenda being carried out by the globalist power brokers who are calling the shots behind the scenes.

2. In spite of Grusch's homespun sincerity and clean-cut believability, one thing that his story lacks (unsurprisingly) is specifics. No photos. No videos. Not so much in the way of specific, verifiable details. A lot of "He saids" and "They haves" and "I heards," but not a whole lot more than that. In other words, a lot of huff-n-puffery that may sound highly believable coming from a straight arrow like Grusch, but still. In that sense, Grusch's story comes across much like the same species of unfalsifiable, unverifiable fluff that the UFO/alien community at large is legendary for.

Color me surprised. What's different this time around, however, is who Grusch is: a highly respected, high-ranking member of the intelligence community—an insider in every sense of the word. Not an addlebrained New Ager with a blog. This is of critical importance for one simple reason:

It represents a tectonic shift in the dynamics of the UFO/alien narrative.

This has actually been happening slowly and gaining traction for several years, but in a very real sense this is a breakout moment. The UFO/alien narrative—the fact that aliens are real and are really visiting us—is officially beginning to go mainstream like it never has before. In other words:

UFOs and aliens are rapidly becoming

less about conspiracy theories and

more about government transparency.

You know, the government. The same thugs who pulled out all the stops in their ungrounded (and unsuccessful) efforts to destroy a sitting president because he wasn't part of their agenda. The same racketeers who conspired to steal a presidential election in 2020 and got away with it scot-free. The same power-hungry monsters who pushed dangerous, ineffective vaccines on millions for what amounted to little more than the flu (after you strip away all the phony, inflated statistics). The same lowlife scuzzballs who are pushing pornographic filth and gender-bending perversion down the throats of your innocent children in the name of being "tolerant" and "inclusive" and to pay homage to the gods of the LGBT movement.

And now that same government has apparently decided to accelerate the process of making people believe aliens are real and are visiting us in order to ultimately push an even more sinister agenda.

One whistleblower at a time.

...and a word from the CIA

As I read up on the Grusch story, however, I came across another news item that had some interesting things to say in regard to UFOs and aliens and the disclosure thereof that definitely got my attention.

John Ramirez was an operative for the CIA for 25 years, and the now retired Ramirez sat down late last year for an interview with Martin Willis. I ran across this video while checking out the story about David Grusch, and I listened to it out of sheer curiosity.

According to Ramirez, when videos of UAP taken by Navy pilots in 2015 were disclosed (leaked?) in 2017, a 10-year clock began ticking. He says government officials have been made aware of an event set to occur in 2027 that he describes as "quite significant," and the word is getting out about it among those in certain government circles.

The point of what Ramirez has to say is that the government has knowledge of the fact that extraterrestrials are planning a major event in 2027—an event that will amount to "self-disclosure," in a manner of speaking. Although hinting at the possibility of a mass landing, Ramirez is rather vague on what form this Revealing will take, basically leaving it open to speculation (and I will refer to it as the "Revealing" for the remainder of this article for the sake of clarity). But the message is unmistakable: The aliens are making it clear to us that they are perfectly capable of disclosing themselves at a time and a place and in a manner of their choosing.

But whatever form the Revealing ultimately takes, the government's primary responsibility is to get people prepared for it so that the world isn't plunged into chaos and mass panic at the Revealing. What must be done in the meantime (over the next four years, that is) is to prepare the world for the Revealing by gradually getting the world's population acclimated to the idea that aliens are real, they mean us no harm, and they only wish to help us through the coming time of earth changes. So, the government's real task until then is to sell the public on the idea that we really aren't alone. And yes, that may ultimately involve the government's "disclosure" of a handful of grainy videos and maybe even a truckful of phony junk that will be enough to lead the public by the nose down the desired path.

This all sounds pretty wild, of course, but with all due respect it's not coming from some whacked-out member of a doomsday cult. This is coming from a man who was a trusted, well-respected CIA operative for 25 years—and according to Ramirez, he's not the only one who is saying these things.

Show me your driver's license: One thing Ramirez shares that cracked me up is what he learned from certain other individuals while in the CIA about how UFOs are piloted. According to what he was told, UFOs have no visible means of propulsion—they are apparently powered by some type of self-generated waves of energy from the minds of the aliens themselves. In other words, the aliens pilot their craft through the power of their minds. Well, isn't that special. Seriously. So, we're supposed to believe that these advanced aliens are coming to Earth from star systems many light-years away and are zipping around in their super-duper advanced spacecraft through some exotic mind-controlled propulsion system that is beyond human comprehension, yet for some strange reason they keep crashing. Huh...go figure. So what are they doing, "willing" themselves to plow into the desert in remote areas like Roswell?! (And for some strange reason not, say, the White House lawn) And to hear David Grusch tell it, at least a dozen times! Really?! I mean, c'mon...forget women drivers. We should be making jokes about alien drivers!

Together, these two news items tell me two fundamental things:

1. We can expect to see the UFO/alien narrative steadily pushed into the mainstream media spotlight to a greater extent than ever before, and see it increasingly decoupled from its tinfoil-hat background and taken more seriously by serious people, which in turn will encourage millions of average people to begin to take it more seriously.

2. There are people expecting to see a major extraterrestrial event in 2027 that will amount to a form of self-disclosure on the part of the aliens. Plus, they are saying that the government needs to help prepare the public for such disclosure before the time comes for the Revealing.

OK, so what do we do with this?


There is so much I could say about these things that it's almost giving me vertigo—it's a challenge to find a way to summarize my thoughts clearly in a few pages...but with the Lord's help I'll do my best.

In regard to point 1., or that the UFO/alien narrative will see a bigger push into the mainstream media and into serious conversations, here are a couple of thoughts I want to share with you.

First of all, I believe that some of the disinformation about aliens that will be disseminated in the coming few years will be for the purpose of making the idea of Earth visited by an alien race sound more fascinating than frightening—more intoxicating than intimidating. For example, insiders have claimed that the government is in possession of alien DNA samples, and reportedly the word is out that this alien DNA is extremely similar to human DNA.

Well, of course it is. Later, this will lend support to the idea that we humans were seeded here by an extraterrestrial race long ago, and so these benevolent aliens are really in effect our long-lost "Space Brothers" (and hence nowhere near as scary as the skinny, gray, bug-eyed creatures we see in sci-fi flicks). Obviously no one can be sure how the details of this tale might play out, but in my opinion that appears to be the drift of what's coming. And it seems clear to me that getting the population to buy into this idea would certainly help ease the fear and dread of disclosure to at least some degree (whether or not we ever actually get to meet our Space Brothers—more on this later).

This also helps explain the increased number of wild-eyed anecdotes coming from ordinary people, such as the recent one about people seeing eight-foot-tall monsters they took to be alien creatures. Please understand: That's long been an integral part of the drill. Systematically create fear through one set of lies, and later systematically assuage that fear through another desired set of lies. It's classic—and it has taken many forms over the years.

Another thought that occurs to me in regard to the effort to gradually get the world warmed up to the idea that aliens are real and are going to reveal themselves to us at some point is the fact that as this heats up, it will begin to take on increasingly religious overtones. Probably not so much until after the Church is removed at the Rapture, but I believe the whole UFO/alien narrative will ultimately take on a noticeably more religious character than anything we've seen up to now. The reason is simple, and this is something important that you need to keep in mind:

The entire point of the UFO/alien narrative from day one has been to ultimately sell the world on the idea that the Antichrist is the divine son of God. The world's savior. The promised Messiah—which certainly wasn't Jesus, who was actually just an Ascended Master from the Pleiades sent to enlighten us (as was Muhammed, presumably).

Or a Grand Poobah from the Googly-Poogly Galaxy...whatever. That has been its intended purpose ever since the day a man and his son stopped to investigate a pile of debris in the desert near Roswell, New Mexico in June of 1947.

One problem is that with the Church still on earth, attempting to couch the UFO/alien narrative in more religious terms would cause a strong backlash from millions of born-again believers (at least you'd like to think so), and do little more than call unwanted attention to how biblically absurd it is. I'm sure Satan would like to avoid that to the greatest extent possible. So, I wouldn't expect this to be a significant issue until after the world gets past the Rapture and heads into the Tribulation. With the Church raptured and Satan unrestrained, it's going to be deception à go-go.

And the lie that the Antichrist is divine and so should be worshiped as God will be deception numero uno. Remember: "Antichrist" doesn't just mean "against Christ"—it also means "in place of Christ."

4He opposes and exalts himself against all that is called God or that is worshiped, so that he sits as God in the temple of God, setting himself up as God.

(2 Thessalonians 2:4 / emphasis added)

The fact that the UFO/alien narrative will ultimately be cast in overtly religious terms also makes perfect sense for another reason. Satan knows that we are born with an innate awareness of a Creator (Rom. 1:20), and Satan won't hesitate to use this old standby to his advantage during the Tribulation more than he has at any time in history. And I say that because he already has used this old standby for millennia by creating literally thousands of different religions and bodies of religious beliefs and denominations, in most cases along with their associated false gods. Pop quiz:

Q. What's the best way to hide a truth you can't get rid of?

A. Bury it in a huge pile of similar-sounding lies so people assume that the truth is just one more of those lies. Works like a charm.

There is no Dog: Romans 1:20 is clear. No matter how stridently atheists whine and wail about how there is no God, that awareness still lies buried in their DNA. They have simply squelched it by making an emotional decision to reject the God of the Bible that Christians preach about, which inspired my pet characterization of atheists: fleas squealing "There is no Dog!"

But as this compelling idea sweeps the world that a charismatic world leader has the demonstrable backing of an extraterrestrial race and is revealed as the world's savior and God dwelling in a body of flesh (as was Jesus, the real Savior) through a phony "resurrection" and so warrants being worshiped as God, I believe atheists, along with most others, will lap it up and ask for seconds. Why? Because of that awareness that lies buried in our DNA to believe in a Creator. You can hide and watch: Atheism will become the least hip thing imaginable faster than you can say "You have no evidence!" I suppose I'm being a bit soft on atheists, however, because after all...

During the Antichrist's kingdom in the Great Tribulation, atheism won't merely be uncool—it will be a capital crime.

I saved point 2. for last, since the fact that John Ramirez and others are claiming this Revealing will occur in 2027 is enough to make me and every watchman I know break out our thinking caps and the midnight oil.

Doin' our best: I have already begun to see a few others put out articles about UFOs and aliens due to recent events, and I already know that some of what I discuss in this article will be at variance with some of what others may say. That's perfectly fine, however, and to be expected. Remember: We're all treading on some highly speculative ground here. We're just trying to mesh some of the things we are hearing and reading about with what God has revealed to us in His Word to the best of our abilities. As time goes on, the Lord will give us more insight into these things. And I guarantee you that none of us is foolish or prideful enough to claim he has all the answers. Trust me, we don't. At least this watchman doesn't.

Unlike some folks I have seen, however, I am going to refrain from attempting to give you a blow-by-blow account of the entire Tribulation in terms of the ways in which Satan will employ his phony UFO/alien narrative. There are just too many things to try and explain at this point—it's a bit overwhelming, and quickly turns into a speculative extravaganza.

I don't feel the need to do that...at least not in this article. (Of course, I can't rule out the possibility that I might revisit some of these issues in a future article.) What I am going to try to do, however, is just go over what I believe are a few key parameters or elements of this situation that I believe will help us understand how Satan will carry out certain aspects of his kingdom during the Tribulation, and that will hopefully help explain a few things that will occur or be true during that time.

First of all, let's get this one out of the way:

1. Satan does not know the year of the Rapture.

Profound, I know. Now, I'm sure he doesn't know the exact date, but I wavered a bit on him knowing the year. In the end, I went with the default scriptural view that he doesn't. I'm just saying that this is a legitimate point to at least consider because all of a sudden Satan is apparently tossing out a specific year for the Revealing of his phony aliens: 2027. But if he doesn't know the year of the Rapture (which is what kicks his program into gear), why on earth would he be leaking info about a specific year? Just what is Old Scratch up to?

Honestly, I agonized over this one to no end, considering many different angles and scenarios. For example, maybe Satan is convinced the Rapture will occur in 2023 or 2024, the Tribulation will begin soon afterwards, and the christening of his son the Antichrist will occur in 2027 at the abomination of desolation, accompanied by the landing of a fleet of what I will refer to as good-guy aliens to back him up. Hmmm...but that makes it sound like he knows for certain the Rapture will happen in 2023–2024. Aarrgghh!!

Hold that thought: In 2015 the UN announced Agenda 2030, which is a 15-year plan to save the world with a list of 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Well, we're at the midway point of that agenda, and now the UN is sounding the alarm. They have just announced that this September the SDG Summit must "signal a genuine turning point," and that seven years of "accelerated, transformative action" are required to reach those goals. In other words, it's time to shift this global agenda into overdrive like there's no tomorrow, because according to the UN if we don't, there won't be:

There is a narrowing window of opportunity over the next seven years to redouble our efforts to eliminate poverty and hunger, advance gender equality and overcome the triple planetary crisis. Failure to heed this call will fuel greater political instability and displacement, further erode trust in public institutions, upend economies, and lead to irreversible existential changes to our natural environment. Above all, it will cause immense suffering for current and future generations—especially among the world's poorest and most vulnerable people and countries.

The SDG Summit, in September 2023, must signal a genuine turning point. It must mobilize the political commitment and breakthroughs our world desperately needs. It must deliver a rescue plan for people and planet.

— UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs [Source]

Not to play Joe Datesetter, but it's hard to miss the fact that this fits well with the 2023–2024 Rapture scenario I described above. Maybe a little too well.

See this for a note regarding the UN's September 2023 SDG Summit.

— Greg (8/11/23)

Anyway, I'm sure Satan has no intention of placing himself in a position where he looks wrong or disorganized—he has too much at stake for that. That means he's got to leave himself some wiggle room in terms of timing.

Speaking of wiggle room, another thing finally dawned on me:

2. Satan can speculate as well as we can.

I finally came to the conclusion that Satan is just doing a little of what many of us do all the time: engaging in some reasonable, guarded speculation about the possible timing of the Rapture. No? Well, then let me ask you a question:

Do you think the Rapture will occur no later than 2027?

I know I sure do, as does every watchman I know. The signs are converging on the next couple of years, and frankly I scarcely see how it could be any later than that. Yes, we really are that close. In other words, 2027 would make a very reasonable no-later-than year for the Rapture, and that's the point.

Satan's speculation tells me that he's 99 percent sure the Rapture will occur no later than 2027. This is the Event, and when it occurs Satan will immediately break out his UFO/alien-based explanation to kick things into gear. He will push his narrative on a stunned and terrified world that a fleet of good-guy aliens has arrived in our vicinity to help us through the period of changes Mother Earth is about to go through, and the first thing they did was evacuate several hundred million people to a fleet of nearby spacecraft where they will be patiently retrained until they are prepared to rejoin the rest of the world to enter into the paradise that awaits after Mother Earth gets through that period of changes. As I said, since those low-vibrational evacuees were entrenched in archaic superstitions (i.e. the gospel), their evacuation will make it easier for the remainder of mankind to evolve to a four-dimensional spirituality, which those left behind are clearly better prepared to do (those lucky stiffs).

The Event vs. the Revealing: Although the Event could certainly be spun to be something that does in effect "reveal" or disclose the reality of the good-guy aliens in a sense, I am inclined to see it as being something that precedes and motivates the world to prepare for the Revealing that's apparently penciled in for 2027. I tend to think the Event/Rapture will be portrayed as the launching of the first phase of preparation for a more significant revelation of the good-guy aliens at a later date to assist mankind through Mother Earth's period of cleansing (more on this shortly), and I will proceed as if that is the case.

Note that I considered the possibility of the Event and the Revealing being one and the same, but it strikes me that this creates enough problems that I don't think that's Satan's intention. If the Event comes first, then the message will be that the good-guy aliens are nearby and it's time to get with the program and prepare to meet our Space Bothers and begin to ascend spiritually so we can ultimately help Mother Earth get through her cleansing process. The exact nature and timing of this Revealing can be spun and tweaked as desired.

But if the Event is the Revealing, and it occurs before 2027 (which it almost certainly will), the shock may be too much and the world could descend into utter chaos—and Satan doesn't want that. He wants a world he can control. He would have lost a carrot to dangle under the world's nose, have no good excuse why the Revealing is much earlier than 2027, and his program would seem disorganized. I think Satan is smart enough to not let that happen.

I'm literally giggling as I write this, because when I first watched the interview with John Ramirez and he mentioned that the aliens were planning a "major event" for 2027, I almost swallowed my keyboard. But after struggling long and hard to sort through some of this, it finally began to dawn on me that the fact that Satan is injecting a specific year into the mix is not really as big a deal as I initially thought. It basically serves as a no-later-than year for the Rapture (and a pretty safe one at that), plus whenever the Rapture does occur between now and then, Satan can easily tweak the nature and timing of this (vaguely characterized) Revealing that comes later to suit the facts on the ground. Satan wants to spur the world into getting prepared for his coming kingdom, but he has to be a bit careful with the lies he puts out until the Rapture actually occurs to lift the curtain on his program—and that's exactly what he's doing.

Satan may be evil, but give credit where credit is due: He is intelligent, he has a plan, and some clear ideas about how best to carry it out.

3. There will be no mass landing of good-guy aliens.

I used to think we would see legions of good-guy aliens arrive on Earth at some point during the Tribulation, here to help the people of the world ascend spiritually and reach the Christ Consciousness and so forth.

But the more I think about it, the more I am inclined to believe this will never actually occur—and largely for scriptural reasons. First of all, never forget that the good-guy aliens, the bad-guy aliens, or any other kind of aliens are demonic beings under the control of Satan that he uses to carry out his plans. But I noticed something in Scripture recently in regard to this topic that had never occurred to me before:

In the entire description of the Tribulation in the book of Revelation (Rev. 6–18), there isn't one single word that could be interpreted as any kind of good-guy aliens doing anything to help anyone. It's all pain, suffering, death, destruction, and judgment, from start to finish. There is no mention of anything that could be attributed to good-guy aliens. Nothing.

Conversely, we clearly have some things that could easily be attributed to bad-guy aliens, which the Bible correctly identifies as demonic creatures. We need look no further than the fifth and sixth trumpet judgments to find demons attacking mankind.

At the fifth trumpet, demonic creatures are released that are described as locusts that are like horses prepared for battle, with faces like men, crowns of gold, teeth like lions, breastplates of iron, and tails like scorpions that sting men and torment them for five months (Rev. 9:1–11).

At the sixth trumpet, 200 million demonic horsemen are released from the Euphrates River with breastplates of fire, heads like lions, tails like serpents, and with fire, smoke, and brimstone emanating from their mouths. These go out to slay one third of mankind (Rev. 9:13–19).

So yeah, these could certainly be spun as bad-guy aliens who are here to torment mankind. But I think the complete absence of anything that could be attributed to an arriving fleet of good-guy aliens is telling—and what it's telling me is that they never show. Not only that, but the argument could be made that there is really no need for such a thing. After all...

It's not as if Satan actually wanted to help us in some way.

I suspect that the mass landing of a large fleet of good-guy aliens is a big, juicy carrot that the Antichrist dangles under the nose of the world to manipulate and motivate people to do what he and his boss Satan want them to do.

I believe that after the Rapture, the world will be told that it is essential that they prepare to meet their Space Bothers and to assist Mother Earth in the cleansing she is about to go through. This will involve people striving to achieve a higher level of spirituality, and even more importantly ridding society of the increasing number of people who are foolishly reverting to the same old intolerant, archaic superstitions from which Mother Earth must cleanse herself (i.e. death to all the fools who are following in the footsteps of those deceived cretins who were removed by the Space Brothers at the Event).

But job one during the Great Tribulation will be to finally exterminate the one group of people who, according to the world's Divine Leader who is worshiped as God and who speaks for our Space Bothers, continues to cause more trouble for this planet and for mankind than any other group in history:

God's Chosen People.

4. Satan's most urgent priority will be to wipe out the Jews.

Speaking of God's Chosen People...Satan knows Scripture, and he knows that it is the Jews who will call on the LORD to save them from complete annihilation in the Great Tribulation (Hos. 5:15), which triggers the Second Coming.

Unless, of course, he manages to kill them all first.

Satan knows the only way he can keep this world as his own little kingdom where he can enjoy his fantasy to be like the Most High is to destroy the Jews so they cannot do this, and in his pride and arrogant repudiation of God's authority and His Word, he believes he can. This is by far Satan's overriding priority, and virtually everything he does or does through his representative the Antichrist during the Tribulation has that as its ultimate goal (you could argue that this has been Satan's prime directive for the last two millennia).

5. Mankind will anxiously anticipate the arrival of the good-guy aliens until the bitter end.

As I said, I don't think there will ever be a mass landing of good-guy aliens. But as bad-guy aliens such as those in the fifth and sixth trumpet judgments show up and wreak havoc on mankind, it may be that the people of the world are told they need to do more—they've got to prove their mettle and make an even greater effort to finish off those cretinous "believers" before the good-guy aliens are willing and/or able to land en masse in the promised Revealing to finally save mankind and the planet they inhabit.

I believe the message will be clear: We must successfully rid our world of the Tribulation saints and the Jewish remnant, or the bad-guy aliens will prevail and succeed in destroying mankind. But if we can just eliminate those undesirables, a four-dimensional spiritual paradise awaits. So go get 'em!

But the drive to rid the world of these believers cannot succeed—and those Space Brothers will remain a carrot on a stick.

The ultimate disclosure

I sometimes try to imagine what it would be like to be someone on earth waiting for the Second Coming. I realize the details might not work out exactly this way, but I have this weird fantasy where I see millions of desperate people at the end of the Tribulation, anxiously searching the skies, waiting for those good-guy aliens to show up—their vaunted Space Brothers who promised to come and usher in a four-dimensional spiritual paradise. That is, if the world could just finish weeding out all the superstitious cretins who clung to those archaic myths and who were holding everyone back spiritually and hindering Mother Earth's efforts to cleanse herself.

That is, all those who are anxiously waiting for something quite different.

And in their pain and suffering, the people I see cling to the hope that their Space Brothers will finally show up to save them—those elite, enlightened beings they have been waiting for ever since they first learned about them in the aftermath of the Event.

But those poor, desperate people are not going to see any spacecraft filled with good-guy aliens filling the skies. Instead, they are going to see something that will make them feel even worse:

29Immediately after the tribulation of those days shall the sun be darkened, and the moon shall not give her light, and the stars shall fall from heaven, and the powers of the heavens shall be shaken: 30And then shall appear the sign of the Son of man in heaven: and then shall all the tribes of the earth mourn, and they shall see the Son of man coming in the clouds of heaven with power and great glory. 31And he shall send his angels with a great sound of a trumpet, and they shall gather together his elect from the four winds, from one end of heaven to the other.

(Matthew 24:29–31 AKJV / emphasis added)

No good-guy aliens. No Space Brothers. Just the sign of the Son of Man.

Followed by the Son of Man Himself.

That's going to be the ultimate disclosure...and we'll be bringing up the rear.

From Greg Lauer @ A Little Strength—JUN '23
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  1. And all the people gather together to fight against the Lamb at Armageddon... perhaps they believe they will battle the "evil aliens"? Could be!

  2. Greg, I agree with you that the "aliens" won't be a significant issue until after the world gets past the Rapture and heads into the Tribulation". In fact I share Gary's belief that Revelation 12 indicates a Great Heavenly Exchange (or does he refer to it as the Great Cosmic Exchange?) where as Satan casts down his fallen angels, Those in Christ will meet the Lord in the air. It is my belief that these fallen ones will manifest as UFOs in the skies. We might get a glimpse of them just before we are Raptured according to the order of events in that chapter.

    There was a period of time I was ministering to a family member who was deceived by Zecharia Sitchin's writings about the Anunnaki. I thank God for helping me find secular sources that admitted UFOs/aliens were interdimensional--NOT from some other planet! Before his death, Dr. Michael Heiser gave an excellent Scriptural teaching refuting Sitchin which can be found at ALIEN RESISTANCE

    I sure hope we don't have to wait until 2027 for the Great Heavenly Exchange, though! In fact, there is much hubbub about events beginning this summer that will be the lead-in for world war and the Rapture. If anybody is interested, I've shared what the watchmen are saying about JULY–AUGUST 2023 Everything is About to Change.

  3. So, I don't agree with all of Dr. Barry Awe's stuff, but he recently did a breakdown on the Feast of New Wine that seemed pretty convincing. As in, this has been an ignored/misunderstood "appointed time" that might fit really well with lots of Rapture verses and types throughout scripture.
    For anyone interested, he did several different videos on it. Here's a link to one:
    (Hopefully I did that right). I'd recommend others watch and see what you think.

    1. Well, he does have a talent to make many convincing arguments for every feast that's coming up each year.

    2. Firefrorefiddle: he sure does. I actually appreciate that he's so willing to be wrong, but will lay out arguments for a variety of choices and let's the viewers decide for themselves if any of them work. But I brought up this particular video since it's genuinely new to me (unlike arguments for other Feast dates) and I thought others might like to see for themselves.

  4. Aliens might be used to explain why living believers disappeared at the Rapture, but I don't see how they could explain the mass resurrection of the dead at the Rapture.

    1. You think anyone will assume they're resurrected? I think they'll just assume the aliens stole a bunch of dead bodies along with the living.

    2. If you consider the "New Age / Gaia" style thinking, you realize that they consider even the dead bodies of Christians as a hindrance to earth's ascension. removing dead and living cells of a cancer kind of thing.

      Not agreeing with that idea mind you, just that this is how they think about it.

  5. Mr. Gregg L. Thank you for this article. After closely reading every word, I realized why Holy Spirit woke me early this morning . I was beginning to be distracted by the stories of this world, trying to make disparate puzzle pieces fit ! They don't ! Our 'job/ purpose' is while we " share our Redemption story with everyone we meet", we keep our eyes on JESUS and keep oil/HOLY SPIRIT in our lamps as long as we remain on this earth. CREATOR GOD is in control of everything else. We are HIS servants, accomplishing HIS Mission for each of us. The " what ifs" are HIS to provide. Thank you for this deeply appreciated " re- focus". Blessings to you.

  6. If all that is true, I wonder how they will explain that while the Christians are removed from the earth, radical Muslims still remain. They seem hard to sell as "ready for the spiritual transformation".

    1. Totally agree with you! Personally, I think there will be a dozen or more "explanations" for the Rapture- and people will willingly believe anything except the truth, for the most part.

    2. Yep. Satan will sell you the lie you are willing to buy.

  7. Here is an interesting story from a pastor about Roswell and UFO's. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4fiRgBsgi4c

  8. I think you are very close. Rev 12:5 tells us that at the moment of the rapture the "child" (the church) will be caught up to God. Rev 12:4 says the reason this happens is because the devil and his army is in place, ready to attack the church the moment after the resurrection. Since the church is in tremendous danger the moment after the resurrection, Jesus "raptures" us. This means the "aliens" (the devil) invades first, and the rapture is next. All the UFO news is laying the groundwork for an invasion of "aliens" that is coming soon and will be visible to everyone (Rev 12:3-4). (Keep in mind that the devil doesn't have to know when the rapture is. He could invade tomorrow (if God permits it) and just hang out until the rapture. The question is when will God allow him to enter this world in that manner...)

  9. WHY 2027?

    Quoting you, Greg,

    "But if he doesn't know the year of the Rapture (which is what kicks his program into gear), why on earth would he be leaking info about a specific year? Just what is Old Scratch up to?"

    I agree that the enemy doesn't know when the Rapture will happen but (Psalm 90) may itself be pointing to 2027. Adding 80 years of 360 day years to the birth of Israel yields and ending date of March 21, 2027. Add 33-1/2 days to that date and you have the midpoint of Pesach, 2027. Add 1,260 days to that date and you land on Shabbat Shuba, 2030 and then Yom Kippur immediately afterward. Add 1,335 days to the midpoint of Pesach, 2027 and you land on Hanukkah I, 2030.

    Satan knows Scripture therefore *IF* (Psalm 90:10) is the measure of years from the birth of Israel (beginning of the generation) to the end of Israel (end of the generation) and the count is by prophetic years -- then 2027 is the year you're looking for.

    80 years x 360 days/prophetic year = 28,800 days
    May 14, 1948 + 28,800 days = March 21, 2027

    I've published my (Psalm 90) model in earlier articles so won't rehash it here but it explores the two witnesses and their death/resurrection as marking the end of the generation.

    If we're still here after October 12th of this year we'll know the model was wrong.



    1. With mid 2027 as the half way point in 7 years between 2024 (inclusive)-and 2030, it tracks well with the Agenda 2030 and SDG timeline. :)

    2. I keep thinking about the upcoming Second Great American Eclipse next year on April 4, 2024.

      Interesting times...



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