The Ultimate Disaster / Disappearing Dreams


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The Ultimate Disaster – Some disaster movies make riveting entertainment. They may portray a new ice-age, earthquakes, asteroids, volcanoes, etc. The blast from the Krakatoa eruption was heard 2,800 miles away. More than 35,000 people died. The dust veil lowered ground temperature as much as 12 degrees centigrade. In the history of man, there’s never been a super-volcanic eruption. Sooner or later there will be. These eruptions are expected to be hundreds of times larger than previous volcanic eruptions. Science fiction can’t postulate a way to deal with them. Was John’s vision on the Isle of Patmos a super-volcanic eruption? Hear this message and learn how close you may live to one?

Disappearing Dreams – When I hear a song like Johnny Cash’s “Sunday Morning Coming Down”, I wonder if someone is trying to tell us something. That they really wish they could do something, that things could be different, but they just don’t know how or what to do. They just hear the bells echoing “the disappearing dreams of yesterday.” You need this message to learn what you can do that won’t be “cotton candy in heaven.”