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Are You Praying For The Destruction Of The Space Industry During The Holy Sacrifice Of The Mass? December 2016

A pair of before-and-after images taken by the Context Camera (CTX) on NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter on 29 May 2016 and 20 October 2016 show two new features appearing following the arrival of the Schiaparelli test lander module on 19 October  
Why pray for the destruction of the Space Industry?

Well for starters - God gave man dominion over earth, not the upper atmosphere, not the moon or mars, not any other planet and certainly not above the 29,050 foot boundary established by the Blessed Trinity. But man violates these boundaries every day 24/7.

Please all you Catholic know-it-alls who fly and dream of space travel I have a question or challenge for you - please find anywhere in Scripture that God gave man dominion over anything above 29,050ft? Where is it mentioned that God granted such a thing to man? Where?

If you can't find where God gave man dominion over the upper atmosphere or any planet in our solar system or anywhere else in space, then that tells me one thing - man is not doing the will of God. man is not obeying God.

And if man is not doing the will of God by not obeying God's laws then man will be punished.

Men will be punished very soon for what we did over these last 70 years or so in the upper atmosphere & space.

Two reasons found in the Summa of St. Thomas Aquinas why man is not allow above 29,050ft boundary:

1. Question 74. The fire of the final conflagration
  1. Is any cleansing of the world to take place?
  2. Will it be effected by fire?
  3. Is that fire of the same species as elemental fire?
  4. Will that fire cleanse also the higher heavens?
  5. Will that fire consume the other elements?
  6. Will it cleanse all the elements?
  7. Does that fire precede or follow the judgment?
  8. Are men to be consumed by that fire?
  9. Will the wicked be involved therein?
2. Question 64. The punishment of the demons
If what St Thomas wrote is true, and it is, then it stands to reason that any work of man that is above 29,050 ft or 15 cubits above the Mountain tops will escape the Fire of the Final Conflagration at the end of Days.

And it stands to reason that any man that has colonizes Mars or any planet or even remained above 15 cubits above the Mountain Tops will escape the Fire of the Final Conflagration at the end of Days.

And if man and his works escapes this Fire of the Final Conflagration at the end of Days and therefore the General Judgment, then this means that man has outwitted God.

Now, you know man can never outwit God, nor escape our Particular and General Judgement.

And since man can't pull a fast one, there is only one conclusion:

ALL THE WORKS OF MEN THAT HAVE EXCEEDED 15 CUBITS ABOVE THE MOUNTAIN TOPS WILL BE BROUGHT BACK TO BELOW 29,050 FT AT THE END OF DAYS IN ORDER TO BURN UP IN THE FIRE OF THE FINAL CONFLAGRATION. THE REMAINS OF MEN TOO, WILL BE BROUGHT BELOW THIS BOUNDARY IN ORDER TO BURN UP IN THE FIRE OF THE FINAL CONFLAGRATION.

There is no escaping this.

The white dot in the new images (pictured bottom right) may be the parachute used as part of the Schiaparelli’s descent, ESA flight operations manager Michel Denis confirmed. The other new feature is a fuzzy dark patch (top right) that is thought to be the crash site, located about 1km (0.62 miles) north of the parachute 
So here's a question for you.

When will all of the works of men and possibly their remains be brought back to below this boundary of 29,050ft?

1. At the end of days - when you are all dead and buried?
2. Piece by piece starting soon - enough to frighten the lot of you?

Again, when will this take place?

Who will bring back all these works of men that are above 29,050ft?

Answer: The Angels - both good and bad.

This is why I pray now for the destruction of the Space industry before it gets worse.

The Space Industry is modern man's Tower of Babel.

And that Tower was knocked over by the hand of God as will man's Space Industry.

The Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) took pictures of the expected touchdown site in Meridiani Planum on 20 October. A new image released today shows two new features (right) on the surface of Mars when compared to an image from the same camera taken in May this year (left). The top image shows the landing site of the Schiaparelli module within the predicted landing ellipse in a mosaic of images 

A black smudge on the face of Mars: All that's left of Europe's lander after re-entry disaster ends in fiery explosion on planet's surface

Nasa has pinpointed the location of the ESA's lost ExoMars lander. New data from the American space agency's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter has identified new markings on the surface of the red planet that are believed to be related to the Schiaparelli lander's possible crash. ESA believes that it may have exploded on impact. The probe entered the Martian atmosphere at 15:42 GMT (10:42 ET) on 19 October for its 6-minute descent to the surface, but contact was lost shortly before expected touchdown. Data recorded by its mothership, the Trace Gas Orbiter, is currently being analysed to understand what happened during the botched landing. Images from the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) took pictures of the expected touchdown site in Meridiani Planum on 20 October. A new image released today shows two new features on the surface of Mars when compared to an image from the same camera taken in May this year. Daily Mail Read More>>>>>>

An artist's impression of how Schiaparelli was supposed to descend on Mars. As the doomed module's trajectory was observed from three different locations, the teams are confident that they will be able to reconstruct the chain of events that led to the crash 
Maybe you should pray for the destruction of the space industry during  as well.

Will keep you posted on coming DOOM Space events....




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