Climate Change

For a fire is kindled in My anger, And shall burn to the lowest hell; It shall consume the earth with her increase, And set on fire the foundations of the mountains.

(Deuteronomy 32:22) NKJV

Since Noah’s flood there’s been a continual net loss of ice on Earth. What physical cause could lead to climate instability as we see in the Bible and which we’re experiencing today?

The expansion of hell. It’s caused the retreat of equatorial and polar ice and now there’s almost no ice left. When there’s no ice left, what will mitigate the effect of the expansion of hell on climate change?

By and large the people of our time are convinced that burning fossil fuels is the cause of climate change. However, the Bible records climate change in ancient times and they were burning little to no fossil fuels. It would be worthwhile for folk to revisit what they believe about the cause of climate change.

Popular science (SciPop) is drawing towards the inevitable conclusion that climate change has it’s origins in ancient history, but the narrative is now so contrived and convoluted that they’re rolling it in with whatever random phenomenon they think sounds plausible. Of course, they don’t have post-flood equatorial and polar glaciation and the expansion of hell to work with, so their grasp of what’s plausible is getting pretty weak.

Earth’s Orbital Shifts May Have Triggered Ancient Global Warming

A study combining astronomical and geologic data hints at an extraterrestrial cause for extreme climate change 56 million years ago.

Evidently we have a cycle of cool wet conditions being interrupted by periods of hot dry conditions. This ties in to our hypothesis that hell has been expanding since the fall of man in Genesis 3.

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  • Accept Jesus Christ as your savior,
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  • On your knees,
    • put your head to the ground (if you can)
    • chant the name Jesus, Jesus, Jesus….
      • until you feel a burning sensation in the affected area
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