The Light

God is the Light of the heavens and the earth. The allegory of His light is that of a pillar on which is a lamp. The lamp is within a glass. The glass is like a brilliant star, fueled by a blessed tree, an olive tree, neither eastern nor western. Its oil would almost illuminate, even if no fire has touched it. Light upon Light. God guides to His light whomever He wills. God thus cites the parables for the people. God is knower of everything.

Quran 24:35

The Theory of Fate – Update

Not many believe in the Day of Judgment. Of course not! We’re in the 21th century, we’re so sophisticated that we prefer to believe in what we have proof or in what we think make sense. “The story of ancient times” are too old for us to think about or to still believe in.

Wrong! The Holy Scriptures are never too old. All of them warn us about that Day where we’ll be judged for our deeds. Those who believe in this Event are divided in two groups, those who believe that we’ll attain the judgment with our bodies and those who believe that it will be with our souls only.

In my opinion, souls are not made of matter, hence they shouldn’t fear to be punished as nothing can harm them, they’re spirits after all.

Bodies are made of matter, they can feel the pain or the joys, so they can be rewarded or punished.
I am of those who believe that we’ll attain the judgment with our bodies.

If you’ve read this far, it means that you’re interested. Good! So now comes the interesting part.

You may have previously read my book The Theory of Fate where I’ve given detailed explanations on what the Holy Scriptures say about that Day, in accordance with what science says. And you probably remember that Volcanoes will be the source of the Apocalypse and the Day of Judgment.

Well, I have a little update to the book, which you won’t find in it because it takes a long time to edit and upload again. I preferred to add it here.
I’ve been reading randomly one of the Holy Scriptures; the Quran. And I’ve noticed something that I haven’t seen before. These verses:

28. Woe on that Day to the deniers.
29. “Proceed to what you used to deny.”
30. “Proceed to a shadow of three columns.”
31. Offering no shade, and unavailing against the flames.
32. It shoots sparks as castles.
33. As if they were bundles of rope (or “bright yellow cooper”).
34. Woe on that Day to the falsifiers.
35. This is a Day when they will not speak.
36. And they will not be allowed to apologize.
37. Woe on that Day to the rejecters.
38. This is the Day of Separation; We have gathered you, together with the ancients.

This sentence “Proceed to a shadow of three columns.” is the answer to a question I’ve mentioned in the book; how many Super Volcanoes will be active on the Day of Judgment. The answer is: three, simple as that.

But where exacly will they be?

The hotspots are the tunnels from where the magma gets out. As the Earth’s crust is in constant move, every few millions of years the hotspots change places. For instance, the Yellowstone which is in Wyoming, will be in the Pacific Ocean.

This is the picture of Pangea Ultima (the next super continent) I’ve found online.

These are the current super volcanoes location

If we locate all the super volcanoes on this map, they will be about here:

Three of these will be enough in the Day of Judgment.

But how many will there be for the End of The World?

Only God knows when the Apocalypse will be upon us. So let’s not forget what awaits us, because when that day comes, there is no coming back.

If you want to know more about what the Holy Scriptures and Science say about the Apocalypse, you can buy the book here.

The winner of ACT

I must say that ALL of you gave me some pain in the ** to chose a winner 😕.

How am I suppose to find one if you’re ALL right?

So I won’t base my choice according to who is right, but according to the best answers in MY opinion.


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Gods of evil

The Aztecs were an ancient Mexican tribe. They had Gods according to their region. For instance in the north they had Tezcatlipoca, while in the east they had Tlaloc, etc…

The most important one for them was Huitzilopochtli who lived in the south. He was the great warrior god whose name meant “the hummingbird that comes from the south ” he was associated with the fire and underworld. Due to his ferocity he was very much worshipped. This god was born fully armed and immediately avenged all those who believed that his mother Coatlicue had become pregnant by dishonorable means. In fact his mother was like Mary, a very pious person. According to the tale, his mother lived the same story as Mary! She was in the temple when an Angel came to tell her that she was going to be pregnant…. Coatlicue was very important to the Aztecs, her name meant “mother of the gods”.

The other three gods have exotic stories too. Tezcatlipoca was the sun god, the one responsible for the harvest.

Quetzalcoatl was the western god who had many talents, patron of every art and craft and inventor of metalworking and a civilizing influence on humankind. unfortunately for him he was driven out by the other gods, he had to burn his house and hide is treasure before fleeing to the east. When the Spanish appeared on the Aztec lands, they were hailed as if it was the return of Quetzalcoatl.

And finally Tlaloc for which I’ve written this post.
In my opinion, Tlaloc was THE responisble for Quetzalcoatl resignation. I don’t know much about these rullers called gods, but something tells me that Quetzalcoatl was too peaceful and modern for his taste. Tlaloc could have easily made an aggrement with the other two to ban Quetzalcoatl from his land. Let me tell you why:
Tlaloc governed the mountains and water in all its form, he watered the earth with four vast jugs of liquid and each of these jugs symbolized growth, blight, frost and destruction. He was the god to whom most sacrifices were made. Horrifically, babies were purchased in order to be killed in his honor. The babies were cooked and eaten by the priests. The more the babies and children wept, the better the sacrifice was.

Can you imagine how many poor babies were tortured at that time? How can a human being be so cruel? Yes they were savages but they couldn’t be more savages than animals! Yet they were. No animal treat so savagely other animal’s babies.

Now what is this thing about worshipping the most fearful? We can find this reasoning even on Egyptian deities too. Why did they worship something they didn’t like/love, but fear? that’s insane! Worshipping out of fear is not worshipping, it is being hypocrite. It is a way to save its skin from something bad. If that god was so ruthless, warlike, insensitive, then why didn’t they fight it? It seems to be very reasonable to fight something malevolent which freightens us. Don’t you think?

Let’s look at this Egyptian god called Osiris, he was the god of nature, and of the dead. His sister was Isis who was also his queen. Osiris proved a civilizing influence, teaching his people the arts of agriculture and dissuading them from cannibalism. His ways were gentle and just, a lover of music who invented two different kinds of flute. His power spread far and wide his civilizing influence having a profound effect throughout Asia. Unfortunately he had an adopted brother called Anubis who was jealous and killed him. Actually he had cut his brother in fourteen parts!
His wife /sister Isis painfully reconstructed his body, as she knew the art of embalming (mummify) corpses.
Anubis invented the funeral rites when Osiris died. He was a master of mummification too hence Anubis symbolize his status as conductor of souls. Without mummification the soul of the dead can’t find his way. I think that’s why he divided his brother into fourteen parts, so that he couldn’t be mummified.

The History of mankind witness innumerable acts of evil in the name of a god or personal temptation. We’re in the 21th century but still, we’re not up to being proud to be Human. We aren’t civilized enough to be an example to other beings around the universe