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St. Thomas Aquinas & The Doctrine Of The Fire Of The Final Conflagration Pushes Cripple Stephen Hawking Down The Stairs!





‘It is essential that we colonise space,’ Stephen Hawking

I believe that we will eventually establish self-sustaining colonies on Mars and other bodies in the solar system, but not within the next 100 years.’ Stephen Hawking


er...no. men will not colonize space for the simple fact that God will not allow it because all the works of men both holy and profane must burn up in the fire of the final conflagration at the end of days.

This fire is currently in the bowels of the earth tormenting the damned in hell and purifying poor souls in purgatory. This fire will rise up from the bowels of the earth at the end of days to burn all the works of men. This fire will follow in the same path that the waters of the deluge took in order to cleanse the world of man's works back in the day of Noe. This path that the water took will not exceed a height no greater than 15 cubits above the mountain tops or about 29,050 feet.

Meaning that all the works of men both holy and profane must be at a level no greater than 29,050 in order to burn up in the fire of the final conflagration.

Consider all the shit modern man has shot into space these last 50 years or so, I'm thinking enough is enough and the Blessed Trinity will allow no more man-made space shit shot into space, because all of the works shot into have to come back no matter how far it as shot into space. Our fellow creatures - the angels - have the job of returning all the profane space works back to the place of origin and I'm betting our fellow creatures - the angels - are not to pleased with us for making them take on this task.

Don't believe me? - ask your fellow creature - your guardian angel what he thinks and let me know the answer......

 

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