As we prepare to unpack the sixth and seventh seals of the scroll, moving from history to future, we recap the reasons why we believe the first three riders of Revelation 6 are Apollo, Ares/Mars, and Hermes/Mercury.
The Second Horseman of the Apocalypse plainly represents war and bloodshed. But, as you might guess based on our recent books, we believe the rider on the red horse is a literal entity well known in the ancient world.
Large drones have been flying in formation over northeast Colorado and southwest Nebraska for weeks and no one knows why. Now they’ve been spotted on the outskirts of Denver and a task force of local, state, and federal agencies is investigating.
Besides the Great Altar of Zeus, Pergamum was known for the Asclepion, a temple of healing devoted to the demigod Asclepius. We discuss the pagan rites of Pergamum and why the church there represents the history of the Christian church between 313 and 606 AD.
Just in time for Halloween, the New York Times has run a puff piece on a woman who calls herself an “ordinary” woman—who just happens to have an altar in her home with moon pendants, candles, crystals, and an idol of the goddess Diana.