Hosting by Yahoo Web Hosting
You need Java to see this applet.
Introduction to
The Judgment of
Pearl Harbor aside, 1993 was the year of the first
enemy offensive on mainland American soil since,
in concession to defeat, the Red Coats were driven
out in 1776 (or, at least it was officially declared,
and documented, that they no longer ran the
colonies!).  9/11/2001 was a reminder and proof
positive that it was far from the last (note:  it has
been brought to my attention that, by consequence
of the War of 1812, the British were drawn back
onto American shores briefly, in which case,
Washington D. C. was destroyed before they left
for good.).  Military analysts and forecasters fully
anticipate and warn that—whether by Al Qaida,
Hamas, or, whomever—the U.S. could be hit
again, hard, sometime within the next few years;
some think as early as 2012—the year the Mayan
calendar ends brought down while still standing
tall, at the height of her glory.  Who could that be?
Contrary to the Mayans and their calendar, the Bible expects without question that there will be life after 2012.  The world will
not end, but could this be the year of the beginning of the end for the world’s most powerful nation, ever?  Is America
mentioned here or anywhere else in Bible prophecy?  Like Babylon the Great of this Apocalypse, none has ever enjoyed such
privilege and prestige as she.  The Melting Pot shares a profile with antiquity that is exactly identical, in virtually every way.  
Could it be therefore that God actually harbors a deep-seated loathing, and a seething longing that could see her calamitously
emptied of all that she holds near and dear, thrown back in time 200 years in horrific short-order, in the not too distant future?  
Modern technology is marvelous indeed, but, has it contributed sufficiently to any nation’s killing machine so as to allow for
bringing down so strong, and dispersed a nation, in only sixty minutes?  Is that rational?  The facts are startling!

By careful and thorough analysis and discussion of chapter 18 of the Book of the Revelation—in light of history, current events
and modern technological killing mechanisms—this book promises to lay out and to establish in chilling detail that the Babylon
the Great portrayed here is not an ancient entity.  Nor is she a future pet project of the beast (the anti-Christ) by which ancient
Babylon is rebuilt—contrary to evangelical fundamentalist dogma.  Rather, the author will show in no uncertain terms that
Babylon the Great prances today, across the world scene, in a virtual dance of death.  She struts now, at this hour, in the heat
of the inconspicuous glare of Eyes that stare, continuously, from a distance.  They await revelry as she is set ablaze and leveled
to the ground—by rains that drop, as if from steaming, hot clouds, shot straight out of hell itself.  

Babylon the Great must be and she will humbled, by Divine decree.  She will be eternally humiliated before the Apocalypse can
commence.  In the space of sixty minutes, she will absorb an eternity of flames, on her way to the Lake, by way of a millennial
hell—so great is His hatred; so deep is His revulsion for her.  The die having been cast, the type now set, God issues a stern,
searching and sweeping warning to a symbolic “7000” in her midst (I Kings 19:13-14,19)—as if to a pt. Ryan who weighs
heavily on His heart—“distinguish yourselves, or, you will share in the gluttony of her ravenous torment” (Rev. 18:).
"beyond a shadow of a
doubt that Babylon the
Great is not Babylon, Iraq"
“Like squeezing a camel
through the eye of a
needle, so is the difficulty
in getting the wealthy, the
intellectual, into the
Kingdom of God”,
"  Former President
George Bush, Sr. was
shown in online video
footage speaking
affectionately, in glowing
terms about the “New
World Order” "
jubilation centers in
Heaven’s ecstasy and joy
over the desecrated sight
of Babylon the Great.
5. Fate:  God
Commissions the Death
of the Greatest Nation of
All Time
6.  Economic Melt-Down
7. Conclusion
Side Bars
Great Babylon
"...a renewal of that anti-
God vision, as some are
even now proposing,
could see Babylon
brought back to life as a
major tourist destination—
on a par with the
Egyptian Pyramids;
replete with all sorts of
money-making amenities.  
Some think that should all
of this transpire, Iraq
stands a good chance to
become the richest
country on the planet..."