Loading...
Menu

What Is The Great Star Wormwood?

 

 

What Is

The Great Star

Wormwood?

 

 

Copyright © 2016 by Will Clark

 

Published by Will Clark at Shakespir

This ebook is licensed for your personal enjoyment or information only. This ebook may not be re-sold or given away to other people. If you would like to share this book with another person, please purchase an additional copy for each recipient. If you’re reading this book and did not purchase it, or it was not purchased for your enjoyment only, then please return to Shakespir.com or your favorite retailer and purchase your own copy. Thank you for respecting the hard work of this author.

 

If this is a free book you may share it any number of times.

 

For more information about the author visit:

 

AuthorsDen.com

 

 

QUOTE

 

“A nation can survive its fools, and even the ambitious. But it cannot survive treason from within. An enemy at the gates is less formidable, for he is known and carries his banner openly. But the traitor moves amongst those within the gate freely, his sly whispers rustling through all the alleys, heard in the very halls of government itself. For the traitor appears not a traitor; he speaks in accents familiar to his victims, and he wears their face and their arguments, he appeals to the baseness that lies deep in the hearts of all men. He rots the soul of a nation, he works secretly and unknown in the night to undermine the pillars of the city, he infects the body politic so that it can no longer resist. A murderer is less to fear. The traitor is the plague.” Marcus Tullius Cicero, 58 B.C. Speech in the Roman Senate

 

 

Contents:

Introduction

Chapter 1

Chapter 2

Conclusion

About the Author

Never Forget

Greatest Quotes

Other Books

 

 

Introduction

What is the great star Wormwood? It has such significance that it’s introduced in the Bible Book of Revelation in a list of horrors that will be cast upon the earth as seven angels sounded seven trumpets to announce those horrors. The great star Wormwood was announced when the third angel sounded his trumpet. It begins in Chapter 8, verse10:

 

“And the third angel sounded, and there fell a great star from heaven, burning as it were a lamp, and it fell upon the third part of the rivers, and upon the fountains of waters; 11) And the name of the star is called Wormwood: and the third part of the waters became wormwood; and many men died of the waters, because they were made bitter.”

 

Now, before we proceed, it’s urgent to understand how important the falling star, Wormwood, really is during the ‘end time.’ Just for an example, let’s understand the significance of the result of the sounding of the second trumpet when blown by the second angel. That’s described in the same chapter, verses 8 and 9:

 

“And the second angel sounded, and as it were a great mountain burning with fire was cast into the sea: and the third part of the sea became blood; And the third part of the creatures which were in the sea, and had life, died; and the third part of the ships were destroyed.”

 

Likely, since all the other horrors from the seven trumpets were related to war and pestilence, it’s unlikely that this out-of-place ‘great star’ has been understood in the past. It’s different, so totally different from all the others that it seems unreasonably out of place. But, today, Wormwood does play a great part in determining the future and the sustenance of our earthly humanity, today and in the future.

 

Clearly, this is not a giant gaseous star falling from heaven. Instead this is simply the method of saying ‘this is something important and it represents a major event.’ This verse even calls it a ‘great’ star. It’s that important. But, if it’s not an actual physical galactic star, then what does it mean? It’s not a star as we know a star to be. If that were the case, then it would never reach the earth to fall on the earth. The earth would be vaporized into a cider before that ‘great star’ even got to the earth. So, what is it?

 

Almost daily for the past three years I’ve been trying to interpret different parts of Revelation. This part that mentioned wormwood had me totally lost without a single clue. Then, suddenly, a clue came out of nowhere.

 

My answer came from a very unusual place. Having a hurt knee, I was watching television, waiting for it to heal, and happened upon one of my favorite programs, ‘The Artful Detective,’ which is a cute little show on Ovation. The shy detective, Murdoch, was on his first date with the lady doctor, Dr. Ogden, who performs their post-mortems; it was a picnic. To help overcome their shyness, they were drinking absinthe, which they also called the ‘green fairy.’ During their babble, Murdoch mentioned wormwood. Wow – did my ears perk up and I immediately headed to google. In my research I learned that wormwood is a common plant of several varieties. The plants are used for making absinthe, an alcoholic drink; and another surprise – also for making synthetic cannabis. This is the information about wormwood offered by Wikipedia:

 

“Artemisia absinthium (absinthium, absinthe wormwood, wormwood, common wormwood, green ginger or grand wormwood) is a species of Artemisia, native to temperate regions of Eurasia and Northern Africa and widely naturalized in Canada and the northern United States. It is grown as an ornamental plant and is used as an ingredient in the spirit absinthe as well as some other alcoholic drinks.

 

Artemisia absinthium is a herbaceous, perennial plant with fibrous roots. The stems are straight, growing to 0.8–1.2 metres (2 ft 7 in–3 ft 11 in) (rarely 1.5 m, but, sometimes even larger) tall, grooved, branched, and silvery-green. The leaves are spirally arranged, greenish-grey above and white below, covered with silky silvery-white trichomes, and bearing minute oil-producing glands; the basal leaves are up to 25 cm long, bipinnate to tripinnate with long petioles, with the cauline leaves (those on the stem) smaller, 5–10 cm long, less divided, and with short petioles; the uppermost leaves can be both simple and sessile (without a petiole). Its flowers are pale yellow, tubular, and clustered in spherical bent-down heads (capitula), which are in turn clustered in leafy and branched panicles. Flowering is from early summer to early autumn; pollination is anemophilous. The fruit is a small achene; seed dispersal is by gravity. It grows naturally on uncultivated, arid ground, on rocky slopes, and at the edge of footpaths and fields.”

 

The plants are used for making absinthe, an alcoholic drink. And there’s another great surprise. It’s also for making synthetic cannabis.

 

With this information about wormwood, we can now interpret the meaning of verse 10, ‘upon the third part of the rivers, and upon the fountains of waters.’ The rivers refer to the flow of humanity; the fountains of waters refer to young people from which those rivers flow; the beginning and origins of life.

 

Now, we know what that reference in Revelation describes. It describes the negative effects of drugs, and possibly other inhibitors such as alcohol, on humanity. It’s especially devastating to young people, the ‘fountains’ of waters. Lets go into the next chapter and explore how devastating this Wormwood star really is.

 

 

Chapter 1

Wormwood Activities

 

Before we proceed to the devastating affects of drugs, in this case specifically marijuana, let’s interpret one of the seemingly minor parts of that verse which describes Wormwood. In that verse it describes the star as ‘burning as it were a lamp,’ Ordinarily, this description would seem to be connected to a star that burns. Of course a star burns, but would it be as a lamp? In this case, this reference is to fire, or a way on using drugs. The current and common term of this ‘lamp’ would be a bong. Wikipedia describes a bong as: ‘A filtration device generally used for smoking cannabis, tobacco, or other herbal substances.’ But, what about its usage? How widespread is the use of drugs? Let’s begin with drug usage in the United States.

 

This article is titled, ‘U.S. Has Highest Levels of Illegal Drug Use’ and is reported by [+ www.verywell.com/marijuana-leads-to-later-drug-abuse-63520+]. The article begins, Drug Use Increasing Worldwide, Survey Finds. Updated August 05, 2015:

 

“In spite of the most stringent drug policies and punitive laws in the world, the United States also has the highest levels of lifetime illegal cocaine and marijuana use, according to a study of more than 54,000 people in 17 countries.

 

The United States also has the highest rate of lifetime tobacco use but comes in third in alcohol use, behind the Ukraine and Germany. The study, by Louisa Degenhardt of the University of New South Wales (Sydney, Australia) and colleagues, is based on the World Health Organization’s Composite International Diagnostic Interview (CIDI).

 

Cocaine and Marijuana Use

 

The survey which asked participants about their lifetime [+ cocaine+] , marijuana, alcohol, and tobacco use found that 16.2% of people in the United States have used cocaine at some point during their lives. This rate was almost four times the rate of the second-place country, New Zealand, where 4.3% said they had tried cocaine.

 

The researchers also found that 42.4% of people in the United States reported marijuana use during their lifetime. New Zealand was second with 41.9%, but the two countries were far ahead of the other 15 in lifetime marijuana use.

 

Drug Policies Are Not Enough

 

“Drug use is related to income, but does not appear to be simply related to drug policy, since countries with more stringent policies towards illegal drug use did not have lower levels of such drug use than countries with more liberal policies,” Degenhardt and her colleagues write.

 

“The United States, which has been driving much of the world’s drug research and drug policy agenda, stands out with higher levels of use of alcohol, cocaine and cannabis, despite punitive illegal drug policies, as well as (in many U.S. states) a higher minimum legal alcohol drinking age than many comparable developed countries,” the authors report.

 

“The Netherlands, with a less criminally punitive approach to cannabis use than the United States, has experienced lower levels of use, particularly among younger adults,” the report says.

 

“Clearly, by itself, a punitive policy towards possession and use accounts for limited variation in nation-level rates of illegal drug use.”

 

Drug Use Rates Higher Among Younger Participants

 

Here are some of the other key findings of the study:

 

Males were more likely to have used all drug types, but that gender gap is closing among the youngest participants.

 

Younger adults were more likely to have used all the drugs in the study than the older adults.

 

Those who were never married or previously married had higher rates of tobacco, cocaine and marijuana use, but not alcohol use.

 

Higher income was associated with higher rates of both illegal and legal drug use.

 

Tobacco use is more prevalent among people who have been previously married but less likely among those never married.

 

Alcohol use by age 15 was much more common among Europeans than in the Middle East or Africa.

 

Survey Results Not Static

 

“There was greater drug involvement among younger than older adults in all countries, suggesting that drug use has and may continue to change over historical time,” the authors write.

 

“Interestingly, there was also evidence to suggest that male-female differences in risk of initiating drug use may be changing in more recent birth cohorts.

 

“This change was a consistent finding across countries, suggesting that a general shift may be occurring with respect to the traditional sex differences so often documented with drug use.”

 

This is the source of information for the above article:

 

Degenhardt L, et al. (2008) “Toward a Global View of Alcohol, Tobacco, Cannabis, and Cocaine Use: Findings from the WHO World Mental Health Surveys.“PLoS Medicine1 July 2008

 

This is another article explaining drug use world-wide. It’s titled, ‘Illegal Drug Use Around the World – 5 Things You Need to Know.’ It’s from Audrey Yoo at twitter .com. It begins, ‘Much of the increase in illegal drug use worldwide will take place in developing countries.’

 

“Global illegal drug use is expected to rise by 25% over the next few decades as rapid urbanization, industrialization, and population growth in developing countries fuel the demand for illegal substances, the UN’s anti-drug agency said in its new annual report this week. The report by the UN Office on Drugs and Crime (UNDOC), which underlines the fight against drug abuse with data on the consumption and production of illegal substances, also projects that developing countries will shoulder the burden of the global drug problem in the coming decades.

 

Here are the highlights of the UN findings:

 

1. Roughly 230 million people have used an illegal drug at least once in 2010.

 

In 2010, 5% of the world adult population aged 15-64 used illegal drugs at least once. Problem drug users, who mainly depend on cocaine and heroin, make up an estimated 0.6% of the world adult population, amounting to roughly 27 million. Every year, approximately 200,000 people worldwide die from drug abuse.

 

2. The global number of illegal drug users will go up by 25% by 2050.

 

If the annual prevalence of illegal drug use stays stable at 5% of the adult population over the next few decades, demographic trends indicate that the total number of illicit drug users will increase by a quarter by 2050, which is in proportion to world population growth. Although the current rate of 5% might appear like a small proportion of the world’s adult population, if this rate continues, there may be some extra 65 million illegal drug users by 2050 compared to 2009-2010.

 

3. The increase in illicit drug use will be most pronounced in developing countries.

 

Drug use is linked to urbanization. With the urban population of developing countries expected to double between 2011 and 2050, they will see a marked increase in the demand for drugs. In other words, the burden of the global drug problem will shift to countries that are relatively ill-equipped to deal with it, explains Yury Fedotov, the UN anti-drugs chief. In addition, developing countries’ higher projected population growth and younger populations, the main consumers of drugs, will raise the demand for illicit drugs in those nations.

 

4. Two of the world’s most popular illegal drugs are cannabis (marijuana) and amphetamine-type stimulants (ATS).

 

There are an estimated 119-224 million marijuana users globally, making it the most popular illegal substance in the world. Amphetamine-type stimulants, such as methamphetamine (but excluding ecstasy), come in second with around 14-52.5 million users worldwide. As of now there are no signs that marijuana will lose its status as the illegal drug of choice, says the report.

 

5. More women will use illicit drugs.

 

While men who take illegal drugs still greatly outnumber women, the gender gap, especially in developing countries, will narrow as conservative, sociocultural barriers break down and as gender equality improves. End of article.

 

 

Chapter 2

Teen Drug Abuse

 

This next article, titled ‘Statistics on Teenage Drug Use’ is written by the Teen Drug Abuse Staff at: http://www.teendrugabuse.us/statistics-on-teenage-drug-use/:

 

“Illegal drug use among teenagers is declining. However, the abuse of prescription drugs, especially pain relievers is increasing. Many teenagers assume that prescription drugs are safe, when in fact they are highly addictive and can cause severe side effects. The following are some statistics regarding teenage drug and alcohol abuse:

 

Underage drinking costs the United States more than $58 billion every year.

 

40 percent of those who started drinking at age 13 or younger developed alcohol dependence later in life. Ten percent of teens who began drinking after the age of 17 developed dependence.

 

Ten percent of teens report that they have attended a rave, and ecstasy and other drugs were available at more than two-thirds of these raves.

 

Teens that drink are 50 times more likely to use cocaine than teens who never consume alcohol.

 

63 percent of the youth who drink alcohol say that they initially got the alcohol from their own or their friend’s homes.

 

Alcohol kills 6 ½ times more teenagers than all other illicit drugs combined.

 

Teenagers whose parents talk to them on a regular basis about the dangers of drug use are 42 percent less likely to use drugs than those whose parents don’t.

 

More than 60 percent of teens said that drugs were sold, used, or kept at their school.

 

20 percent of 8th graders report that they have tried marijuana.

 

28 percent of teens know a classmate or friend who has used ecstasy (Teen Substance Abuse).

 

Approximately 15 percent of 10th and 12th graders have used amphetamines. In a study at San Francisco General Hospital, 25 percent of seizures were found to be caused by amphetamine use. An estimated 1.8 million (0.8 percent) of youth age twelve and older are current users of cocaine.

 

Teen arrestees often test positive for recent drug use. The National Institute of Justices Arrestee and Drug Monitoring System (ADAM) drug testing program found that 66 percent of underage male arrestees tested positive for marijuana.

 

There is encouraging news from the national Institute on Drug Abuse. It appears that illicit drug use by teenagers is decreasing. According to the Department of Health and Human Services, which has been tracking teen drug use since the 1970’s, “The improvement so far is very modest, but at least the troublesome trends observed through most of the 1990’s have begun to reverse direction.” The troublesome trend is in reference to six years of steady increases in drug use among teenagers between 1991 and 1996.

 

The current trend relates to how young people perceive drugs. Many teens are reassessing the dangers and social acceptability of drugs. This may be due in part to the increased attention being paid to the issue of drugs by parents, community groups, the media, and the government. Many rock stars and actors no longer sing the praises of drugs as much as they have in the past (The Teen Drug Scene).

 

One clear change is teenager’s shifting attitudes toward the legalization of marijuana and other drugs. The vast majority of high school students disapproved of legalizing the private use of LSD (63%), heroin (71%), amphetamines and barbiturates (56%), and marijuana (39%)

 

The percentage of high school students favoring prohibitive laws on the private use of marijuana fell dramatically from 1990 to 1997 (from 56% to 39%). Nearly 33 percent of high school seniors in the year 2000 believed that marijuana use should be legalized, and nearly one quarter (23%), believe it should be treated as a minor violation, rather than a crime. Three in ten feel that marijuana should be treated as a crime.

 

Given ecstasy’s growing popularity, teenagers’ lack of concern about the risks surrounding it are surprisingly low. The percentage of 12th graders who perceive any health risk in using ecstasy has risen only slightly to 38 percent from 34 percent in 1997. Even so, the vast majority of teens disapprove of experimenting with ecstasy (82%) – about the same as those who disapprove of experimenting with LSD (81%) (Statistics on Drug use Among Teenagers).

 

Legalization of marijuana and other drugs is not the answer. Just the medical cost of drug abuse was estimated by the National Center for Health Statistics to be nearly $60 billion, and the medical bill for alcohol was nearly $100 billion.

 

Parents and families face one of the most difficult battles in today’s society – that of raising drug free children. Communication is one of the most powerful tools we have at our disposal in keeping our kids off drugs. Yet for some reason, it is the most feared, and is seldom used. We as parents, educators, and supportive organizations, must set the tone, set the standards, and set the societal norm. We must talk to our children on a continuing basis about the dangers of drugs, and be active participants in their lives. Together we can change the face of drug addiction in our communities. End of article.

 

This is another article regarding youth drug use titled, ‘Youth Drug Use: A Problem With Profound Implications.’ It’s reported at:

 

https://www.ncjrs.gov/ondcppubs/publications/policy/99ndcs/ii-c.html

 

“Young Americans are especially vulnerable to drug abuse. Their physical and psychological states of development cause them to be highly susceptible to the ill-effects of drug use not only at the moment of use, but for years to come as well. Moreover, the behavior patterns that result from teen and preteen drug use often result in tragic consequences. The self-degradation, loss of control, and disruptive, antisocial attitudes that young people develop as a result of drug use cause untold harm to themselves and their families.

 

Drug use among youth rose dramatically from 1992 to 1996. One of the most disturbing trends of the 1990s, reflected by the University of Michigan’s Monitoring the Future (MTF) survey, was the increase in use of drugs by youth. From 1991 to 1996, current illicit drug use among 8th graders more than doubled, from 5.7 percent to 14.6 percent. Current illicit drug use among 10th graders also doubled in the same period, from 11.6 percent to 23.2 percent. Current illicit drug use among 12th graders increased by 50 percent, from 16.4 percent to 24.6 percent. Presaging this increase in drug abuse was an erosion in youth disapproval of drug abuse and in the perceived risks of drug abuse by youth. The other main statistical indicator, the NHSDA, also found that drug use among those aged twelve to seventeen doubled from the historic low year of 1992, when only 5.3 percent of those aged twelve to seventeen were current drug users, to 11.4 percent in 1997. This level still remains below the 1979 rate of 14.2 percent.

 

Youth drug use is linked to antisocial behavior and crime. Youth marijuana use has been associated with a wide range of dangerous behavior. Nearly one million youth aged sixteen to eighteen (11 percent of the total) reported driving in the past year at least once within two hours of using an illegal drug (most often marijuana). A number of descriptive studies have demonstrated that people who use drugs are more likely to have mental disorders, physical health problems, and family problems.

 

In addition, a recent study showed that marijuana use by teenagers who have prior serious antisocial problems can quickly lead to dependence on the drug. The correlation between youth use of marijuana and antisocial behavior was dramatically demonstrated by a NHSDA analysis. For youth aged twelve to seventeen, those who smoked marijuana within the past year were more than twice as likely to cut class, steal, attack people, and destroy property than were those who did not smoke marijuana. The more frequently a youth smoked marijuana, the more likely he or she was to engage in these types of antisocial behavior. An analysis of Maryland juvenile detainees found that 40 percent were in need of substance abuse treatment. Of this 40 percent, 91 percent needed treatment for marijuana dependence. End of article.

 

 

Conclusion

 

Is Revelation real? Is it a valid prophesy? Did the author, Apostle John, understand what he was writing when he wrote the Book of Revelation? Actually, John probably understood the implications and the disasters presented by those things in his visions from Christ, but in all likelihood he couldn’t explain those things in modern terms. Therefore, he simply described what he saw as best he could with metaphors.

 

Could you imagine describing something two thousand years in the future in a vision when that vision contained things you had never seen nor heard before; or even five-hundred years from now? Of course not. You would use metaphors to represent those things you had seen. John’s prophesies were not intended to be in code, that’s just the only option he had to describe what he had seen in the future. For example, how would anyone have described a smart phone even two hundred years ago? Maybe that description would begin with the words; ‘there was a voice from the hand.’

 

However, once some codes are broken within the whole of Revelation, then those answers become clearer. And, we must remember that the Bible tells us information and knowledge will be greatly multiplied before the time of tribulation, often called the ‘end times.’ Breaking this code of Wormwood begins in Chapter 8, verse10:

 

“And the third angel sounded, and there fell a great star from heaven, burning as it were a lamp, and it fell upon the third part of the rivers, and upon the fountains of waters; 11) And the name of the star is called Wormwood: and the third part of the waters became wormwood; and many men died of the waters, because they were made bitter.”

 

The first clue of a metaphor was the word ‘star.’ Christ explained that the word ‘star’ did not necessarily mean a heavenly star as we ordinarily interpret a star to be. He gave this clue in Chapter 1, Verse 20: “The mystery of the seven stars which thou sawest in my hand, and the seven golden candlesticks. The seven stars are the angels of the seven churches: and the seven candlesticks which thou sawest are the seven churches.” This information was given to John before he wrote the letters to the seven churches of Asia, which is now the region called Turkey.

 

The next clue that Wormwood is not a real star that would fall into the rivers is an inference to the words, waters or seas. Other references throughout Revelation suggest these words are references to the sea of mankind and the waters of humanity. These are also references in that verse describing Wormwood. Once these clues are interpreted, then the two other clues become precisely pointed. First, is the bitterness of the Wormwood star. The wormwood plant is the source of a bitterness that produces the drink absinthe. Aha, now comes the precise pin-the-tail-on-the-donkey; “burning as it were a lamp.” Obviously, this was John’s interpretation of the smoking bong many use to get the fuller affects of their drugs.

 

Now, in retrospect, is there any doubt that John was warning us of the unfettered and growing use of drugs in our society that would be so great it would be a serious menace? He even pointed to the fountains, the young waters that form great rivers, as being a major target of drug use. The youth of our society is the most susceptible which presents the greatest risk to a secure future of hope and prosperity.

 

So, to use a metaphor to explain John’s use of metaphors to warn us of great danger; he hit the nail right on the head. But, although this great star Wormwood is a great and significant danger to mankind, it’s not the greatest danger John warns us about in Revelation.

 

The most significant purpose for Revelation is to reveal the attack on Christians and Jews by the great beast. In the general case, the word beast is used to reveal the antichrist threat of Islam. Satan is the angel who raised his hand to heaven and swore that God’s time there would be no more. Islam is his spawn Satan designated to enforce his will. Satan gave Islam, beginning with Muhammad, the great power to accomplish that goal. Muhammad, that antichrist, died in the seventh century from being poisoned by a captured wife from a man he had killed. He had also killed the woman’s brother at the same time.

 

The second beast, also known as the false prophet, took his place and was given the same powers by Satan. He speaks as a Christian, but acts in favor of Islam. His antichrist progress is by deception. Many actions and words from this man suggest he is that false prophet. His name is Barack Hussein Obama. What is another great clue to suggest this man is the false prophet, that follower of Muhammad? It’s given in Revelation, Chapter 13, Verse 18:

 

“Here is wisdom. Let him that hath understanding count the number of the beast; for it is the number of a man; and his number is Six hundred threescore and six.” That means 666.

 

That instruction says to count the number of a man; the number is 666. So let’s count 666: 6+6+6 = 18. Now let’s count the number of letters in BARACKHUSSEINOBAMA. That number seems very familiar. And that number is also confirmed by the number of the verse that contains that information; verse 18.

 

Yes, Revelation really reveals. Decoded piece by piece, it reveals many things.

 

God bless America, and protect Israel

 

 

About the Author

Will Clark’s author experiences began by writing inspection and evaluation reports in the U.S. Air Force. He is a retired Air Force officer and a Vietnam veteran, serving in Saigon from 1966 to 1967. His other overseas assignments include Misawa, Japan and Ankara, Turkey; where he visited the ancient sites of the Seven Churches.

 

In 1995, as a ‘Friends of Education’ study skills project, he authored a book, How to Learn, to encourage students to improve their grades in DeSoto County, Mississippi. Education supporters printed and distributed four thousand copies. The following school year he wrote a weekly education column for a local newspaper, The DeSoto County Tribune. He also taught an adult GED class. His book, How to Learn, has been updated and is now available everywhere.

 

His next published book was School Bells and Broken Tales, a parody of nursery rhyme characters, also a motivation and education book for children. Other books include Shades of Retribution, a historical novel, and Simply Success, a motivation guide for students and employees.

 

His action novel, The Atlantis Crystal, is the first of a trilogy based on Atlantis and crystals. The other two books are: She Waits in Atlantis, and Return to Atlantis. This trilogy is based on his travels while assigned to Turkey, site of the ancient city of Troy. His latest political thriller is: America 20XX: The New World Order.

 

The past five years he has devoted his full time to the study, research, and writing of an analysis of the Book of Revelation and the danger of Satan, that beast that guides Islam.

 

 

Things We Must Never Forget

Benghazi

 

Why were four Americans killed?

Where was Hillary Clinton while it was happening?

Where was Barack Obama while it was happening?

Why did they lie and blame the event on a video?

Why were rescuers on ‘stand by’ told to ‘stand down?’

 

Fast and Furious

 

Who authorized the operation?

Why did the operation continue after weapons were lost?

Why did the procedure have no procedure?

Why weren’t tracking devices used?

 

The IRS Scandal

 

What was the highest level involved?

Who initiated it?

Why hasn’t anyone been fired or reprimanded?

What dangers could be unleashed by this organization?

 

 

Greatest Quotes

of Our Time

 

Michelle Obama

 

February 18, 2008

“For the first time in my adult life I am proud of my country.”

(Age 44)

 

Barack Obama

 

March 9, 2008“We are no longer a Christian nation – at least not just.”

September 25, 2012

Remarks to the UN General Assembly

“The future must not belong to those who slander Islam.”

 

Nancy Pelosi

 

March 9, 2010

“We have to pass the bill so that you can find out what is in it.”

 

Hillary Clinton

 

January 23, 2013

“What difference, at this point, does it make?”

 

December 3, 2014

“…showing respect even for one’s enemies, trying to understand and insofar as psychologically possible, empathize with their perspective and point of view.”

 

 

Other Books by the Author

 

Novels

 

Shades of Retribution

The Atlantis Crystal

She Waits in Atlantis

Return to Atlantis

America 20XX: The New World Order

666: Mark of the Beast

Death Drones: 2025

 

Children’s Books:

 

Forest Trails and Fairy Tales

Wishing Wells and Broken Tales

Student Study Skills

American Heroes: Students Who Learn

 

Non-Fiction:

 

Simply Success

The Education Jungle

How to Learn

The Day America Died

Obama’s Ring: The Seat of Satan

Managing Without Conflict

The Peer Pressure Monster

Denied 3 Times

The War on Christians

Who is the Antichrist

Islamic Two-Headed Beast

Islam Attacks the Whore

The Second Beast

Secrets of the Seven Churches

Two Woman of the Apocalypse

Islam’s Bloodthirsty Sword

Once Upon A Revelation: About Islam

America Gasps

God’s Islamaknowbe Warriors

Who is the Antichrist Beast?

Who is the False Prophet Beast?

Who is the Woman Jezebel?

Who is Babylon the Great?

What is the Tribulation

 

 


What Is The Great Star Wormwood?

The great star Wormwood was announced when the third angel sounded his trumpet: “And the third angel sounded, and there fell a great star from heaven, burning as it were a lamp, and it fell upon the third part of the rivers, and upon the fountains of waters; 11) And the name of the star is called Wormwood: and the third part of the waters became wormwood; and many men died of the waters, because they were made bitter.” Now, before we proceed, it’s urgent to understand how important the falling star, Wormwood, really is during the ‘end time.’ Just for an example, let’s understand the significance of the result of the sounding of the second trumpet when blown by the second angel. That’s described in the same chapter, verses 8 and 9: “And the second angel sounded, and as it were a great mountain burning with fire was cast into the sea: and the third part of the sea became blood; And the third part of the creatures which were in the sea, and had life, died; and the third part of the ships were destroyed.” Likely, since all the other horrors from the seven trumpets were related to war and pestilence, it’s unlikely that this out-of-place ‘great star’ has been understood in the past. It’s different, so totally different from all the others that it seems unreasonably out of place. But, today, Wormwood does play a great part in determining the future and the sustenance of our earthly humanity, today and in the future. Clearly, this is not a giant gaseous star falling from heaven. Instead this is simply the method of saying ‘this is something important and it represents a major event.’ This verse even calls it a ‘great’ star. It’s that important. But, if it’s not an actual physical galactic star, then what does it mean? It’s not a star as we know a star to be. If that were the case, then it would never reach the earth to fall on the earth. The earth would be vaporized into a cider before that ‘great star’ even got to the earth. So, what is it? This book explains exactly what it is, and the great effects it will have on the future of humanity.

  • ISBN: 9781310402142
  • Author: Will Clark
  • Published: 2016-06-08 23:20:07
  • Words: 5424
What Is The Great Star Wormwood? What Is The Great Star Wormwood?