Hypothesis 8

The pillars of the earth occur in a few places in scripture. We can incorporate them into the Biblical narrative we're constructing to explain the development of the Spherical Hollow Earth Model (SHEM).

Present Day Earth

With a few pieces of information we can take what we know about the Earth today and deduce what the Earth was like in the past. This is the alternative to using Uniformitarianism to assume that things were the same in the past.

The Expansion of Hell

Cutaway of planet earth showing hell at the center

Hell is expanding due to the continual influx of human souls and debris. It's tragically ironic that the human component of climate change isn't burning fossil fuels, it's dying and going to hell.

July 14th

Cutaway of planet Earth showing the crust, mantle, great gulf and hell.

We (that's me and the Holy spirit) have a model of the internal structure of the Earth which shows us how the various ways that hell is referred to describe a complex underworld which is congruent with all physical evidence.

March 30th

Any Biblically accurate model of Earth must have a spherical Earth is at the center of a spherical cosmos, and the cosmos is enclosed within a rigid sphere of layered crystal called the firmament.

March 16th

Jonah gives us direct observation of the pillars of the earth. Direct observation is also known as empirical. The pillars of the earth aren't allegorical, metaphorical or theoretical, they're empirical.

November 13th

Some people believe that the Earth is flat. Some people also believe that the Bible describes a flat Earth. Neither of these are true. The Bible describes a spherical Earth which formed around a gravitational singularity.

November 11th

an uneducated guess at what the Millennial Kingdom may look like

We, that's me and the Holy spirit, use our 3D spherical Earth model to bring clarity to a process of change that the Earth undergoes during the tribulation. We'll show you how a mountain fills the whole Earth.

Abraham’s Bosom

Chapter 2 of Jonah includes a first-hand eyewitness account of the internal structure of the earth. It gives us the clues we need to assemble the pieces of our spherical hollow earth model (SHEM).