and the stars will be falling from heaven, and the powers in the heavens will be shaken.(Mark 13:25) ESV
Jesus Christ, God in human form, prophesied about a time in the future when the stars fall out of the sky and impact the Earth. The express purpose of popular science (SciPop) is to make this seem impossible.
All the host of heaven shall rot away, and the skies roll up like a scroll. All their host shall fall, as leaves fall from the vine, like leaves falling from the fig tree.(Isaiah 34:4) ESV
It’s a restatement of a prophecy of Isaiah, it’s also confirmed in John’s vision in Revelation. If, as they say, stars are distant suns, galaxies, or celestial objects vastly larger than our sun, they can’t fall to the Earth, nor would they have any reason to. It’s “science” so you have to believe it.
and the stars of the sky fell to the earth as the fig tree sheds its winter fruit when shaken by a gale.(Revelation 6:13) ESV
The Bible is consistent that the stars are going to fall from heaven and the confirmation of where the stars will fall to, the Earth, is found in the Revelation. Did Jesus lie? Is the Bible wrong?
We’re making the case that Jesus is right, therefore astronomy is wrong. The recent flurry of close passes by asteroids are part of a predictive testable hypothesis which uses Kepler’s laws to show that the stars will indeed fall to Earth. It’s Hypothesis 29.
Astronomy is a theoretical construct that depends on a simple assumption which no one has proven nor will ever prove: the assumption that Earth orbits the sun. Now, you may be incredulous at this point and insist that heliocentricity replaced the geocentric model in the time of Copernicus. What you haven’t realized is that heliocentric and geocentric are two different frames of reference in the same system. They coexist.
Our up-to-date list of all of the material which is supposedly proof of heliocentricity is compiled on the page science is the new ignorance.
Heliocentric or Geocentrospheric?
- IF you were on the Sun you’d be observing heliocentricity,
- SINCE you’re not, you’re on the Earth, you’re observing Geocentrosphericity.
Assuming heliocentricity affects the geometry used to calculate the distance to stellar objects. In the heliocentric paradigm the calculation starts from a triangle which has a base 2 astronomic units (AU) wide. This vastly inflates the distances that we calculate, and therefore the size of stellar objects.
This has profound significance because, not only will the stars fall to the Earth, but they will fall in sufficient quantity to cause the radius of the Earth to increase from approximately 6,371 km to about 10,795 km. This will happen in the tribulation during the establishment of the millennial kingdom. We discuss this in the devotional for November.
What did popular science (SciPop) and peer review do to make it look like the stars couldn’t fall to Earth? We’ll take you though it in the post synonymy.