If we are to believe the Goode Booke which original title is automatically censored here at ATS as a profanity, and which reads “Just Bollocks” in
my language, well there’s more to this nonsense. And this one is rather profound. For there is quite a bit of sense in it too if you follow my lead
”I have set my bow in the cloud, and it shall be a sign of the covenant between me and the earth. When […] the bow is seen in the clouds, I
will remember my covenant […] the waters shall never again become a flood to destroy all flesh.” [ESV]
Now, the deal Noah forges between him, God, the Earth and all flesh — is that never again shall the waters
”hamayim”) become a flood
(Hebr. מבול “mabul”) as means to to destroy all flesh. Sounds nice. Reassuring even. God is Good
and all of that. But if I’ve learned anything about the Good LORD over the years, it is that “He is who He is” — his irony is beyond subtle.
Irony is basically his main trade it seems. And to me these verses from Noach are written with a fork and a grin.
So what’s the catch? What’s the hidden meaning, the small print, the false intentions? Am I saying God will bring about the Flood again? Maybe.
For there is a catch (as always with God): It’s in the rainbow
(Hebr. הקשת “haqqeseth”). And this is where it gets kinda odd,
funny even, bordering creepy — for in my language the Hebrew word for Rainbow spells out “haven’t seen”. And what happens when God
“haven’t seen” the whossitsnameagain? You get it: The FLOOD suddenly returns to God’s arsenal, as a viable option for destroying all life
again as he does from time to time (and he's actually over due it seems). What God says here, is that as long as there are rainbows around in the
clouds of the sky, we’re quite safe from world wide floods, but when they disappear into distant memories and ultimately into history… In short:
We’re doomed. Or so it seems at first glance anyway.
For how long will the rainbows be visible here on Earth if we continue to turn up the temperature of the atmosphere here, making the air more and more
moist and gathering water higher up into the spheres, making weird stuff happening like how the contrails of airplanes turn into cirrus clouds that
fold out to cover the whole sky and produce rain? That never happened 20-30 years ago. A dark and drizzling omen of times to come, perhaps? I believe
so. I believe we are heading towards a future without much rainbows and one where worldwide floods like the ones following the last ice ages where
sea-level rose and dropped by hundreds of feet— are commonplace. With the atmosphere getting so dense with water, that eventually the only direct
Sunlight Earth gets is above the pouring rain and the thick layer of clouds, we will be baked lukewarm like the last fishes wrapped in the last
tinfoil hats? Humidity literally condensing everywhere, leaving us in a chemical soup with typhoid infested malaria pits everywhere even where there
are glaciers today?
When the mean temperature rises here on Earth at the pace we see, more and more water vapour is released, and water vapour is a greenhouse gas that
dwarves CO2 and Methane into utter insignificance, so it also leads to even higher temperatures, leading to more vapour into the air, and higher up.
Maybe it’s not CO2 we should worry about. Not even Methane. Is it the “Waters on Earth” called “hamayim” — and the “Waters above the
Earth” called “shamayim” that will eventually render this Earth uninhabitable and a hazardous hangout in space? Is the story of Noah the story
of global warming? I’d say check. Was Man designed to live in water? Check again. And will it leave us where we once started according to the Booke;
on a planet encapsulated in a cheese clock of ice where the Sun, Moon and Stars are made formless and invisible reduced to shifting light and
darkness, but no visible source? What we have come to learn is the most vital precondition for life as we know it, has become humanity’s and all
life on Earth’s Arch Nemesis numero uno. Water.
So what’s the way out of this mess of astronomical proportions? As so often with existential dilemmas, the answer is in the question itself.
Astronomical. We must move the Earth inside. Stack it inside an astronomical but manmade structure — in levels and floors and quadrants, with
varying and controlled gravity. We must make our own atmosphere, eco-systems and biotopes and stack up enough water to last for eternity. The
solution? The Cubus Christi
(link to a post in one of my old ATS threads).
The Cubus Christi will be our iron lung and our only hope if we plan to stay and live on this planet. That’s what I believe anyway, and that’s the
part of me speaking which is still slightly religious. But it's equal parts science. I don’t see this as mumbo jumbo Saint Peter and the Pearly
Gate. This is Christ’s or Humanity's Big Plan B since plan A involved humanity actually behaving sensibly in the first place understanding the
consequences of his creativity and ingenious inventions. As if that has ever happened.
Then I saw a new heaven and a new earth, for the first heaven and the first earth had passed away, and the sea was no more. And I saw the holy
city, new Jerusalem, coming down out of heaven from God, prepared as a bride adorned for her husband. [ESV]
And her husband is The Planet Earth, long suffering under humanity’s over-consumption and greed. Cursed for our iniquities, wounded for our
transgressions and out of it’s open wounds we draw it’s life force, burning it to ashes. God's suffering servant. The most beautiful sphere in the
world. Earth. What a wicked view we have. We don’t need Genesis or Isaiah to remind us of that. So. If we are to believe the Goode Booke: Over the
next millennium or so, humanity will have to sort our situation out. And I believe we will design and build this giant structure in orbit, described
in a nearly 2000 year old book supposedly written by a Greek speaking Jewish hatter while in Roman captivity.
Using the Moon and the asteroids for building material, we will be putting together a proper "Bride" for the Earth, about the size of a natural moon,
shaped like a cube, and and the City’s length is 1/18th of the Earth’s circumference. It’s so bloody huge all you can make of it when standing
by one of it’s 144 cubit thick walls, is just that, a seemingly endless leaning wall fading into heaven and the thin air, giving us the illusion of
it leaning inwards and upwards. If you see one end, you don’t see the other. Most of it protrudes into weightless space and it’s mass will (well,
it’s God’s call eventually, so) potentially make the Earth stop spinning around it’s axis mundi and settle with his astronomical Bride, the new
Jerusalem, the Cubus Christi, the Kabaregidapot, as she is moved into and anchored to the Earth from it’s orbit. Thus this newly wed and properly
sealed Earth will be left in tidal lock with the Sun if my numbers are correct — and the water will gather on the far side as ice, storing Earth’s
freshwater, and on the other side the Sun never sets. Hell. As in Helios. The scourging heat of the never-setting Sun.
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