Epilogue

Book III: FinaleYour Future? The race is not always to the swift, or the battle to the strong, for time and chance happen to us all — because life is meaningless unless you know The Lord… For surely you realize that this is NOT the end, but instead only The Beginning. From afar I saw … Read more

The Masque of Red Death (34)

Book III: Chapter 34December 21 Despite the agony of my pain on the cross, I knew that death would not come easy. With a nod, Ghaz al’ Ridwan Ma’bus signaled to The Pope to carry out his orders… To deliver death to the immortals. I watched as Benedict picked up one of three spears that … Read more

Day of the Beast (33)

Book III: Chapter 33December 21 <BOOOM! DOOM!> <BOOM! BOOM!> <DOOM!> Dying on a cross takes a long time – actually a bit longer than I expected. My mind again wandered back to the Temple Mount. After The Knights Templar failed to help me destroy Al-Aqsa, the Muslim control of the area remained and the world … Read more

She Knows (31)

Book II: Chapter 31July 13 My vision about Lazarus’ Resurrection Day faded to black, yet my Sight continued. Once more I found myself looking at the present day — my friends were apparently still on their flight to Rome and Miriam’s head continued to rest upon Alan’s shoulder. But just as quickly, I remembered something … Read more

Dead Man Walking (30)

Book II: Chapter 30July 13 My forced revelation about Alan and Miriam continued. After they were finally airborne, I watched Alan lean over to Miriam and say, “Did you bring The Book with you or did you put it in your checked bags?” “That’s absurd,” Miriam was aghast.”  You know I could never check that!” … Read more

The Word Became Flesh (19)

Book II: Chapter 19July 11 A couple nights later I had my sleep interrupted again – this time with another vision of The Two Witnesses as the word became flesh before my eyes… <Drip… drip… drip…> <Drip… drip… drip…> <Drip… drip… drip…> I watched as a frustrated Enoch, despite his blindness, arose from the prison … Read more

Was Mary Magdalene the Adulteress from The Gospel of John?

Was Mary Magdalene the Adulteress from The Gospel of John? Many Christians have been brought up believing that famous Adulteress from the Gospel of John was in fact Mary Magdalene and for nearly 1,300 years this is what was formally taught in Catholic doctrine – but is this legend even true? In this article, we’ll … Read more

American Idol (19)

Book I: Chapter 19June 20 (and a time long past) Having just witnessed unwelcome memories from nearly 2,000 years ago I was ready for a break.  “Ha! ‘Surely Mary won’t wait around forever?’ Eh, Peter?” I quipped to myself as I remembered what my friend said and took another sip of my iced tea (yes … Read more

Immortality — Ugh (11)

Book I: Chapter 11June 11 OK, out with it – let’s hear your questions. I can tell that you won’t let me move on with my tale unless I start answering some of your nagging questions so let’s get it over with.  Am I immortal? Yes. Alan, Miriam, and I are all immortal – we … Read more

The Girl Who Cried Wolf (10)

Book I: Chapter 10June 11 Which brings us now to Mary… Oh, where should I start? Well, to begin with, I guess I should tell you that she is currently calling herself Miriam Magdala. I suppose that is adequate since she is originally from Magdala – but that is a different story… [Note to Reader: This … Read more