Satan Wants His Mineral Garden Earth Back

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UPDATE on July 29, 2021: It seems that Satan’s cum star is actually his mineral garden earth from the distant past (before God created our current heavens and earth). Using Sara Avery as a type of black hole and another black hole or holes in the universe, Satan is able to create time travel wormholes that cause the Loree McBride Jesuits to live in the distant past on his mineral garden earth (i.e., the cum star). In other words, the Loree McBride Jesuits attack us FROM THE PAST via the cum star and because the past cannot be destroyed, the cum star (which is actually what earth was in the distant past) cannot be destroyed. They travel to our current time via the wormholes and retreat to the distant past on the mineral garden earth (the cum star) to escape our attacks and stay alive. We must, apparently, take Sara Avery and any like her (who could be used as black holes with which to create time travel wormholes) out to Satan’s ocean and get her stuck in a permanent semen bubble so that the Loree McBride Jesuits cannot retreat to the distant past while they work with Satan to take over the earth for him. If they are unable to create time travel wormholes, we can defeat them! Encased with Sara (out in Satan’s ocean) would be a food replicator and a means for her to stay alive, but she will only be allowed enough food to keep her on her diet, so that she cannot be used as a black hole! I discuss this in detail with my Patreon supporters today on July 29, 2021. See article at the bottom of this post for more on how black holes can be used to create time travel wormholes. I was clued into this by a letter I wrote to Vladimir Putin on Dec. 7, 2003.

I made a video at my Patreon that discusses what motivates Satan, why he rebelled against God and why and how he plans to usurp God. Satan used to reign over the earth when it was a beautiful mineral garden. He wants this earth back and wants to replace the human race (made in God’s image) with his own creation. Having dealt directly with Satan many times, I am qualified to comment about Satan.

Arnold Fruchtenbaum has an excellent booklet about Satan, his history and what the Bible teaches about Satan.

Here is a book that goes into the mind of Satan and why he fell with brilliant insight into what drives Satan, though I don’t agree that God was unaware that man would fall or was unaware that Lucifer would fall, or that it is always God’s will for us to be free of illness:

This pastor Ernest Angley seems to have a bit of a checkered past, but his knowledge of how Satan works is brilliantly uncanny, which makes me wonder if he possibly met with Satan himself to get this brilliant knowledge. He has a Pentecostal background and I disagree with a lot of Pentecostal theology, especially the idea that God wants everyone rich and healthy, which would feed into the Hood Mentality. But, for brilliant insight into Satan’s heart and mind, I guess the best way to know this may be one who has possibly met with Satan and followed him, which I suspect may be the case with this minister. I don’t recommend you support him or follow him, but if you want to understand what drives Satan, which he seems to REALLY UNDERSTAND, read his article entitled The Fall of Lucifer in the link above.

Time Travel Is Possible Through Wormholes—but You Can Only Ever Go Backward (taken from Newsweek 11/17/17)

“A supermassive black hole with a negative mass/energy counterpart could create a wormhole (see image above) .” – NASA/JPL-CALTECH

Time travel through a wormhole is technically feasible under the rules of theoretical physics—the only catch is that we can only ever go backward.

In a blog post for Forbes, astrophysicist Ethan Siegel has explained just how—within the realms of Einstein’s General Relativity—a person could travel through a wormhole and go back in time.

He said that we first need to consider the wormhole—a portal through space created by energy fluctuations in positive and negative directions. The different fluctuations would each create a curved space that opposes the other. If these two were then connected, you would have a wormhole. If it lasted long enough, theoretically a particle could be transported through.

However, scaling this up so a human could pass through would be more difficult. First, it would involve the discovery of particles with a negative mass and energy. Once we had this, then we would need to create a supermassive black hole and negative mass/energy counterpart. This, he says, “should allow for a traversable wormhole.”

Once you have a wormhole, you then need the laws of special relativity to deal with the time aspect.

“If you travel close to the speed of light, you experience a phenomenon known as time dilation,” Siegel writes. “Your motion through space and your motion through time are related by the speed of light: The greater your motion through space, the less your motion through time.”

If you were traveling somewhere 40 light years away at almost the speed of light, when you returned to Earth more than 80 years would have passed. This is because time travels forward—but how much depends on how fast you are moving through space.

With a wormhole, this changes. “[Imagine] one end of the wormhole remains close to motionless, such as remaining close to Earth, while the other one goes off on a relativistic journey close to the speed of light. You then enter the rapidly moving end of the wormhole after it’s been in motion for perhaps a year. What happens?

“Well, a year isn’t the same for everyone, particularly if they’re moving through time and space differently! If we talk about the same speeds as we did earlier, the “in motion” end of the wormhole would have aged 40 years, but the “at rest” end would only have aged by one year. Step into the relativistic end of the wormhole, and you arrive back on Earth only one year after the wormhole was created, while you yourself may have had 40 years of time to pass.”

Artist impression of a spaceship traveling through a wormhole. LES BOSSINAS/CC

This means that technically, if someone had created such a wormhole 40 years ago, it would be possible to travel back in time to the 1970s. This method of time travel also excludes the possibility of the grandfather paradox—where a time traveler could go back in time and kill their grandfather therefore preventing their existence.

“Even if the wormhole were created before your parents were conceived, there’s no way for you to exist at the other end of the wormhole early enough to go back and find your grandfather prior to that critical moment.”

Concluding, he adds: “A great many unusual things become possible in the Universe if negative mass/energy is real, abundant, and controllable, but traveling backwards in time might be the wildest one we’ve ever imagined.”