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Former Astronaut Jon McBride Makes His Space Tourism Predictions!


For the time has come when the most astonishing wonders will take place on the earth and in the air. Our Lady of La Salette 19 Sept. 1846 (Published by Mélanie 1879)
Pretty confident that things will continue as before? The space industry is only 70 years old or so  a mere two generations.

The purpose of this blog to wake you up to the reality that God established a boundary that man must not pass over, and that boundary is 29,050 feet or 16 cubits above the mountain tops.

This 29,050 ft boundary is the same boundary that the smoke from the pagan sacrifices reached. It iw the same boundary that the waters of the deluge in the time of Noe reached in order to cleane the world of all the works of men.

This 29,050 ft boundary is also the same height that the tower of babel reached before God came down and paid a visit and knocked it over with his finger.

And this is the same boundary that modern man breaches 24/7 with aircraft and rockets etc.

Now if previous generations were punished for exceeding this set boundary of 29,050 ft then shouldn't modern man be punished as well?

Everyone knows that the men who work for NASA and scientists in general are a wicked lot - none of them believe in god and all of them pride themselves on their atheism.

Don't you think it's about time that NASA and the rest of their ilk get a wake up call?

All on the line - either there is no set boundary and St. Thomas Aquinas is wrong and so are all the saints in the church long with the church herself OR NASA and the space industry is wrong.

No in between.

Take a side NASA or God.

Now why is this important? Because there is a church doctrine called the fire of the final conflagration which states that at the end of days the element of fire will rise up from the bowels of the earth and reached a height no greater than the waters of the deluged reached (29,050 ft) in order to cleanse all the works of men, both holy and profane works.  According to St Thomas Aquinas all the works of men must burn up in this fire at the end of days.

And because fire is a creation and creature of God, fire does the will of God. And fire obeys God and this fire will not go pass the 29,050 ft boundary established by God - which means that in order for the element of fire to do the will of God by burning up all the works of men all the works of men must be at or below this level of 29,050 ft.

How are all the works of men shot into space going to be at or below this 29,050 ft level by the end of days in order to be burnt up n the fire of the final conflagration?

Yea? If you believe in the Catholic doctrine of the fire of the final conflagration then you have to ask yourself how are all the works of men shot into space going to be at or under this level?

Answer: by the agency of the Angels.

When will this take place that all the works of men shot into space be brought back by the agency of the Angels?

I don't know.

Justice demands that some of the space works be brought back bot by bit to show men their errors.

Why would Justice allow this generation that started the godless space race to go unpunished in this life?

Should not this generation get a foretaste of hell by have some of their space works return with a vengeance like a heap coals of fire upon their head?

To the Angels - please do the will of God quickly and bring back all the works of men shot into space
For, doing this, thou shalt heap coals of fire upon his head.
Please do not delay. This generation is passing away.

Now for a deluded godless soul who thinks the stars belong to godless NASA:

So is space tourism feasible for a new generation of dreamers? 
I think it’s very feasible. There’s an awful lot of technology already, so why not turn it over to folks and let them benefit from it. It may pay back some of the investment we made 50 years ago. Sir Richard Branson and his folks can take these people up, and they’ll be paying taxes. 
Will space tourism become cheaper? Will it be possible for people who aren’t multi-millionaires? 
Will we ever have space tourism trips for, say, £5,000? I don’t know about £5,000. But if you’d been back in 1914 talking about what would be achieved in the rest of the 20th century – that there would be a man on the moon by 1970, that we’d be flying 500 people non-stop from New York to Singapore – people would have thought you were crazy. 
But we do all those things now, so it’s not too outlandish to sit here today and think that in 100 years’ time we may have routine access to the moon, that we may have colonised it with hotel complexes and tour operators – that you could take your new bride up into space for a real ‘honey-moon’, three nights for the price of two, and all those kinds of things. It’s not too outlandish at all. 
Yes, but will people really want to have holidays on the moon? 
Why wouldn’t you want to do that? We may have people on Mars in the next 30 years. It’s the next conquest. Someone in the next ten years will decide whether the next big project is back to the moon, capturing a rogue asteroid, or going to Mars. It’s all there. Daily Mail Read More>>>>


Jake Busey
'The millennium is upon us. God has fulfilled his promise, sending us this herald to warn the faithless -- the scientists who tell us He doesn't even exist -- and to promise us, the faithful, we will be saved.' Joseph from the movie Contact 1997

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