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This is My Response to Questions Regarding My Writings on This website.
Q. Who are you and who do you speak for?
A. I speak for the two written witnesses {Michael and Gabriel} in the Bible. For instance, the two witnesses say that the one who is "wise" {being the latter day wise messenger} to Elohiym's written predictions can count the number that is written as 666. Ok, so after I counted the number 6, the answer to the riddle is that  there are three numbers of 6. The reason is, the same beast/kingdom that has the name of Babylon and his number is 6 reigns three separate times. The first time is as the number six kingdom/beast, the second time is as the number seven kingdom/beast, and third time is as the number eight kingdom/beast. Since it is the same beast/kingdom reigning three separate times in the latter days, its really the number 6 kingdom, number 6 kingdom, and number 6 kingdom. hence, its number is 6, which is written three times as 666. If the latter day beast reigns three separate times it must also fall/be overturned three times. That alone is convincing but all biblical interpretations must be confirmed by two or three biblical witnesses {prophets of Elohiym}.  Ezekiel 21:27 says I will overturn, overturn, overturn, it...  Revelation 17:8 says The beast that thou sawest "was" {reigning as the number 6 kingdom}, and "is not" {hence, overturned}, and shall ascend out of the bottomless pit {to reign as the number 7 kingdom}...
Revelation 17:11 And the beast {number 6 kingdom} that "was," and "is not," even he is the eighth"{number 8 kingdom}...
Q. There are no more prophets/messengers after David Koresh.
A. Firstly, David Koresh did not reveal the mystery of the 666, including all the written biblical prophecies pertaining to it.  Second, since he claimed to be the Elijah messenger and a David {like old king David}, there is always a messenger that comes after Elijah. In the past Elisha came after Elijah. Yahshua/Jesus came after John the Baptist, and King Solomon came after old King David. Old King David, Elijah, and John the Baptist all knew their successor, being  King Solomon, Elisha, and Yahsua/Jesus, just as I {Renos Avraam} was a follower and with David Koresh until the last day of his death.
Q.  I refuse to believe your writings because I'm waiting for David Koresh to come from heaven with his armies of angels to destroy the non believers and save his faithful people.
A.   This person is applying his own private interpretation to the Bible's predictions, yet claims {while apparently  hiding under sheep's clothing} there are no more prophets after David Koresh.  The first error is that David Koresh resurrecting {since his physical remains are still in a grave in Texas} is not even a part of his and others' beliefs, just the hope of David K. coming from heaven. Also, there are many people that have accepted after interpreting the Bible's written prophecies that Jesus or David Koresh will return and gently take the faithful believers while Jesus or David {depending on your belief} and the many angels shall personally kill everyone else using swords and bows with arrows. You would think that would be enough punishment for the non believer; oh no, they claim that after non believers are judged, they will be sent to hell to suffer in eternal flames forever while the tormenting devil and demonic angels prod them with their pitch forks forever. I don't know about you, but that is about as hateful of a God/savior as you could get, even the so called devil is not that evil. According to this train of thought, it's like the so called omnipotent is so outraged that people didn't believe in God/Jesus that they need to be severely punished forever. Evidently God has better things to do than to personally punish the non believers, so God will employ the devil to do God's dirty work, probably warning the devil to not let up on the tormenting for one minute or face being replaced with a more evil devil. Hey man, that's what the Bible says. No it's not what the Bible means, because Elohiym's written biblical prophecies mentions women to refer to cities; men to refer to nations/tribes;  animals to refer to nations/kingdoms; trees to refer to leaders/tribes/nations; grass to refer to people; water of life to refer to words of a scroll, a river to refer to a nation; a sea to refer to a kingdom of combined nations/rivers; Men coming from heaven on white horses represent a comet and following meteors. Leviathan represents the actual ocean(s). Behemoth represents the actual land, and so on.
Q.  Why is it that your message keeps changing?
A.   From the beginning of when I started to reveal my message from the Bible it was as a light/truth that gets clearer/brighter and brighter until the perfect day when the predictions are  fulfilled. This is why it says in Proverbs  4:18 “But the path of the just is as the shining light, that shineth more and more unto the perfect day.” A baby/ Lamb {not a fully grown Ram} with seven eyes  represents the beginning of my message when this Lamb {equated with a baby/man child} sees only a little bit of the written visions on the exposed part of the rolled-up scroll as he consecutively  removed seven seals from around the rolled-up scroll. After the scroll was unrolled, then more understanding is being  continually perceived  as  fast as the latter day messenger can read the scroll. Since my message is illustrated as being of the scroll that the Lamb opens and reveals as shown in the Book of Revelation, then I can only reveal the message as I figuratively removed each of seven seals/bands and then unrolled the scroll to expose more words (that were previously hidden while the scroll was rolled up). Now the scroll is unrolled I can read the whole scroll, which evidently takes three periods of 2300 days to unseal its seven seals and read and finish reading the unrolled scroll.  Therefore as the prefect day  concerning the fulfillment of the two witnesses written biblical predictions gets nearer and nearer and nearer, the light from the unrolled scroll is getting clearer/brighter and brighter and brighter. Hence the reason why the message has to be refined and refined and refined.  The question you asked here you could also ask Microsoft why they didn’t first come out with Windows 7 in 1980 instead of having to keep upgrading  their operating system from MS Dos, windows 1, 2, 3, NT, 2000, 95, 98, ME, XP, etc.  
Q.  Doesn't it say that if a prophet makes a prediction that fails then we should ignore that person.
A.   True, but if the prophet/messenger can show from the Book of Revelation and other Old Testament writings that it was biblically written that he would make predictions that would fail, then he is not a false prophet. For instance, if the Bible's written prophecies say that the prophet will make failed predictions concerning the time when latter day Babylon's kingdom is destroyed, then that is what the prophet is going to do. However, if the same prophet continues to make predictions, then he must reveal from the Bible {using the standard of two or three witnesses/prophets of the old Testament and the Book of Revelation} that it was meant to happen. Quoting the Apostle Paul where he said "where there were prophecies they shall fail" is worth nothing and the person who quotes Paul that person's predictions should be ignored. For 1260 days, the message pertained to the understanding of a little part of each of six visions that were hidden beneath the initial six seals/bands that were around the seven-sealed rolled-up scroll of life.Three and a half {3 1/2} days later, I predicted that latter day Babylon's kingdom would end, but it did not happen as predicted. I revealed  that at that time the four angels were holding back the time of trouble because the 144,000 hadn't been gathered, as prophesied in Revelation 7:1.
First Failer after six seals were removed to reveal six small visions
Revelation 7:1  And after these things I saw four angels {the four angels represent the resurrected messages pertaining to four riders} standing on the four corners of the earth, holding {hence the time of trouble was delayed} the four winds {these four winds represent the resurrected messages of the white, red, black, and pale horses/winds} of the earth, that the wind should not blow on the earth, nor on the sea, nor on any tree {time of the comet's plagues delayed}. 
1036 1/2 days later began the time of the second 1260 days. During these 1260 days, I as it were  removed the seventh seal/band from around the rolled-up scroll of life and unrolled it to reveal from its seventh part the initial six of seven angels/messages with seven trumpets. Three and a half {3 1/2} days later at the time when  the end of the sixth angel's message and beginning of the seventh angel's trumpet were being revealed, the written mysteries in the Bible "should" have finished and been time no longer concerning the Bible's written mysteries, as stated in Revelation 10:6, 7  concerning latter day Babylon's kingdom ending, but it did not happen.
Second Failer after the seventh seal was removed and six angels sounded their trumpets
Revelation 10:6  And sware by him that liveth for ever and ever, who created heaven, and the things that therein are, and the earth, and the things that therein are, and the sea, and the things which are therein, that there should be time no longer {should have been time no longer for the kingdom of latter day Babylon to exist in the land}:
10:7   But in the days of the voice of the seventh angel, when he shall begin to sound {after the sixth angel finished sounding}, the mystery {written mysterious predictions in the Bible} of God should be finished {should have been finished but were not}, as he hath declared to his servants the prophets.  
1036 1/2 days later, we are now in the present time of the third 1260 days when I am consecutively revealing the seventh angel's seven visions and seven thunders,  I and other faithful believers are "prophesying again" {as commanded in Revelation 10:11} to the many nations of Christendom only.
Revelation 10:11  And he said unto me, Thou must prophesy again {latter day Moses has to prophesy again after the failer} before many{not all} peoples, and nations, and tongues, and kings {of only Christendom's nations  prior to the comet's fulfillment}.  
Three and a half {3 1/2} days later when the seventh angel's sixth vision is ending and its seventh vision beginning, then the final prediction concerning the end of the third reigning period of latter day Babylon's kingdom by a comet's impact and following  meteor shower shall end/be finished, as predicted in Revelation 11:15.
Revelation 11:15  And the seventh angel sounded {its seventh thunder after six thunders had been revealed}; and there were great voices {the great voices are caused by the fragmented comet and following meteors as they enter Earth's atmosphere/heaven} in heaven, saying, The kingdoms {of latter day Babylon} of this world are become the kingdoms of our Lord {comet}, and of his Christ {this Christ refers to the second witness' written predictions}; and he shall reign for ever and ever.
Makes sense, but you did not quote two or three witnesses.
Moses after he revealed his signs before Pharaoh of Egypt promised the Israelites that they would soon be living in the promised land of Canaan, which was next to Goshen where the tribes of the Israelites were living in Egypt. Instead, Moses led the Israelites south and the people were trapped in Egypt between the mountains and the widest part of the Red Sea. This is equated with the first failure of my prediction concerning the end of the first reigning period of latter day Babylon. As I was able to reveal that the failure was a part of the fulfillment of prophecy that the time was delayed {as shown by four angels holding back the four winds of trouble} to gather the 144,000, it was likened to the Red Sea being miraculously parted for the Israelites to continue to the Promised Land. Again, Moses assured the people that they will pass through the wilderness and thereafter take the land of Canaan. After the Israelites crossed the wilderness and were ready to enter and  take the land of Canaan as promised by Moses that they would inherit Canaan, Moses told them that God changed his mind and would not give it to them because of the bad report from most of the Israelite spies that were sent to spy out the land of Canaan. As the Canaanite kingdom did not fall to the Israelites, so after latter day Babylon's second reigning period it was not destroyed by a comet's impact. Thereafter the Israelites wandered through the wilderness a second time {while the Canaanites were still reigning in the promised land}. At the end of Israel's second journey through the wildernes, they entered Canaan and overthrew the kingdom of Canaan, finally fulfilling the prediction of old Moses. Canaan's overthrow by the Israelites is equated with the time when the third reigning period of latter day Babylon's kingdom is destroyed by a comet's impact and meteor shower, according to latter day Moses' prediction.
Elohiym told the Prophet Jeremiah that the city Jerusalem and her nation Judah must serve Nebuchadnezzar's Babylon or the rebellious city will be destroyed and her people would die and the remainder taken into captivity. However, when Jerusalem rejected Jeremiah's words and rebelled against serving the kingdom of Babylon three separate times {equated with the three reigning periods of latter day Babylon's kingdom}, each time that old Babylon regained control of rebellious Jeruslem, Nebuchadnezzar did not destroy Jerusalem as Jeremiah was prophesying. This made people mock {see Jeremiah 15:17} Jeremiah because God still wanted Jeremiah to keep prophesying the same thing concerning Jerusalem being destroyed if the city did not serve the king of Babylon. Even Jeremiah called Elohiym a liar {see Jeremiah 15:18} because Elohiym's words as reiterated by Jeremiah to the leaders and people of Jerusalem and Judah were failing. It was only after Nebuchadnezzar retook Jerusalem, after Jerusalem rebelled a third time against serving King Nebuchadnezzar, that the predictions of the Prophet Jeremiah were finally fulfilled concerning the destruction of old Jerusalem and the death and deportation of her people. This is equated with the time when at the end of latter day Babylon's third reigning period, the two witnesses written biblical words {as revealed by latter day Jeremiah/Moses} will be finally fulfilled as warned to the nations of Christendom.
Q.  Doesn't it say that no man knows the day or the hour.
A.  The people who quote that statement of Yahsua/Jesus, they themselves do not know the day or the hour. If you are saying that no man knows the day or hour concerning the day of God's {comet's} vengeance, then either Elohiym is lying in Isaiah 61:1 when Elohiym says that the spirit of  Elohiym will be on a person who will proclaim the "day" of vengeance of God {referring to the comet's vengeance} or you are mistaken/lying when quoting that no man knows the day. What is the point of Elohiym going to a lot of trouble to state time prophecies in the Book of Daniel and the Book of Revelation if no man knows the day of God's vengeance. How can a person escape the day of vengeance if you don't know when the day will be. Well, that's what Jesus said to watch cause you know not when your lord {Jesus} returns.   Ok, Renos, so who should we believe Jesus or you. I would say without hesitation you should believe the two witnesses written predictions in the Bible according to my interpretation. Here is why. Yahshua/Jesus mistakenly believed he was living in the latter days. In Matthew chapter 24, he was asked when will the world end. Jesus said take heed no man deceive you, many will show up in his name saying they are anointed/christ messengers and will deceive many, wars and rumors of war, nation will rise up against nation with pestilences and earthquakes, believers in Jesus will be delivered up to be afflicted and killed, people betraying one another, false prophets arising to deceive many, peoples love of believing in Jesus will grow cold, Jesus' people in old Judah need to endure till the end, Jesus' gospel of the kingdom will be preached to the world then the end will come, before the end the abomination will be sitting in the holy place of the temple as spoken by Daniel the prophet, if you are in Judea when you see the abomination flee to the mountains, don't look or return back to get anything, it will be bad times for them that are pregnant or have a baby to feed, hope that you don't have to flee in the winter when its cold outside or on the Sabbath because you will be arrested if spotted by Judeans for traveling on the Sabbath day of rest, then there is great tribulation such as never been, those days will be shortened for the elect, false Christ's will appear showing great signs that even the elect might be deceived, if someone says that Jesus is in the secret chamber don't believe it because Jesus will be descending from the sky like lightning coming from the east to the west {What is your point?, bear with me and I'll show you}, then Jesus said wherever the carcass is there will the eagles be gathered, then Jesus said immediately after the tribulation of those days the sun, moon, and stars will be darkened and powers of the heavens shaken, then Jesus will appear in the clouds with power and great glory, he will then send his angels to gather the elect from all over the world, he says to learn the parable of the fig tree that when you see sprouting leaves you know its summer, so when you see all the things Jesus just mentioned concerning the end of the world you will know when the  time is near. All these things that Jesus said in Matthew chapter 24 Jesus thought they would happen in his generation, which he mistakenly thought was the last generation. How do I know that. Because, after Jesus made all the above predictions in Matthew 24:1-33 he then said that this {Jesus'} generation SHALL NOT PASS until all of his predictions happen, as he said in Matthew 24:34. Where did Jesus get all his predictions from. Jesus knew the scriptures because it says that it was his custom to read the scriptures on the Sabbath day. Jesus quoted the writings of the prophet Daniel concerning the abomination sitting in the holy place, so he is paraphrasing from that book {Book of Daniel}, Isaiah, and other parts of the Old Testament scriptures. Since it says that the Book of Daniel is sealed to the time of the end, Jesus thought he was living at the end of time. Jesus was telling some people that they wouldn't die but live to see him coming in the clouds of glory with his many angels. During Jesus' trial before the Sanhedrin in Jerusalem, Jesus told the high priest that he would see Jesus sitting on the right hand of power and coming with the clouds of heaven. At one time Jesus made a prediction saying that all who believe in him would never die,see John 11:26. All these people died without seeing Jesus coming from heaven with clouds of angels. The notable  predictions that he made which came true was his death and resurrection. Most of the other predictions that Jesus made were based on his limited understanding of written prophecies in the Old Testament that pertained to the latter days. The latter day man of wisdom says it is better to stand on the two witnesses {Michael's and Gabriel's} revealed biblical predictions that pertain to the latter days, than hope in the return of Jesus in the clouds which had failed to happen as Jesus predicted it would in his generation. 

Q.  I was waiting and expecting your prediction of a comet arriving in 2012 to fail. Then maybe  I could convince you that Jesus Christ is and always has been the savior.  Please, hear  my humble plea  and accept Jesus as your personal and loving savior.

A.  Sounds  simple enough.  Your forgetting that my message is not to just  gather the true believers but also to reveal the spirits/minds of the rebellious people.  How is that accomplished?  My message is derived from reading what is written in the rolled up seven-sealed scroll of Revelation 5:1. As each seal/band was removed only a little of the vision was revealed to me from beneath each seal. Therefore, what tends to happen is that I mix the developing new truth with old perceptions . Though, once the scroll was unrolled, then I could start reading its contents and update my message since my understanding/knowledge  continually increased.  Firstly, by Elohiym employing this method {as frustrating and tiring it is to myself and the people who believe my message}, it tests the spirit/mind  of people who claim to believe by seeing if they have what it takes to soldier on after being continually disappointed.  Secondly, it reveals the spirit and the unbelieving/hateful words of those who once believed then rejected the message,  while at the same time it makes people with their own agenda confess/speak their actual position, usually by contending  with  me and my message.  Since there is going to be a judgment, Elohiym needs people to actually speak their contending and hateful  words against this message. Then in the time of the judgment,  it can be revealed to them how they chose to be lost and destroyed forever by rejecting the latter day messenger’s words of warning.  How can someone reveal their unbelieving and mocking spirit if I don’t give them the opportunity to do it.  Elohiym sets the trap for the blind guides to lead the blind followers straight into it. 

Jeremiah 20:10
For I heard the defaming {of me and the message} of many, fear on every side. Report, say they, and we will report it. All my familiars  {non believers /people who know of me} watched for my halting {quitting}, saying, Peradventure he will be enticed, and we shall prevail against him, and we shall take our revenge on him.

Q.  I didn’t know David personally but  I’ve  thoroughly studied  his message through tape recordings and by speaking with followers of David, and don’t believe he ever made a time prediction that failed.

A.  Maybe you weren’t asking the right questions to the right people. David made a prediction concerning the 2300-day prophecy in Daniel 8:14. I arrived at Mount Carmel in Waco, Texas in September of 1991. I remember  we were all sitting in the dining hall {many of the men of David’s followers were living in California at the time} and David got a calendar out to check the date {sometime in September of 1991}  of when the 2300 days would end. Why in September of 1991? Because, he began counting the 2300 days from the time he began revealing his message in 1985. When the day he predicted that the sanctuary would be cleansed had passed   without   nothing  happening, he said that the 2300 days might be repeating.  He wasn’t sure and basically the subject of when the 2300 days begin or end never came  up during his studies of the Bible.  During one of his long studies of the Book of Revelation, he suddenly made a statement in the large study room {church} saying as if in defeat “no one is ever going to understand everything that is written in the Book of Revelation. Strange, since a verse in the Book of Revelation  says  “Blessed is he that readeth, and they that hear the words of this prophecy {evidently you need to hear the words of the prophecy from someone else besides David Koresh}, and keep those things which are written therein: for the time is at hand” {Revelation  1:3}.

Q.  David said that he unsealed a “book” with seven seals, but in your writings you refer to  the book as a scroll even when the  Book of Revelation in the Bible says it’s a book.

A.  The writings pertaining to Revelation of the Bible were written about 2,000 years ago. In those days, books had not been invented.  The surviving manuscripts written in Hebrew, Greek, and Latin were interpreted into English by translators. In the days of these translators books existed, therefore they would substitute the word roll or scroll for book. However, if you are going to at least perceive the illustrations as written in Revelation, it is necessary to understand what the original words are referring . Hence, when you see the word book in the Bible, you need to picture a scroll, or you will have the wrong illustration of what is being portrayed.  


Q.  The true meaning to the 666 is the Seventh Day Adventist  interpretation .

A.  Firstly, I was a baptized member of a Seventh Day Adventist church in north London. I also believed in the Shepherd’s Rod message  of Victor Houteff. Thereafter, I went to the U.S.A and studied and believed David Koresh’s message. Many mainstream religions have their own interpretation of the 666. First, the people who came up with the 666 interpretations are no longer living, and they weren’t living in the latter days. Neither did they establish their interpretations  from the mouths/writings of two or three prophets of the Bible. A couple of months ago,  I found online  a person’s rebuttal of the Seventh Day Adventist’s interpretation of the 666.

Seventh Day Adventists and 666

Seventh Day Adventists and the Number 666 : What They will Never Tell You:

Ellen Gould White, the prophetess of Seventh Day Adventism wrote many books, some of which preach hatred of the Catholic Church. One book in particular titled, 'The Great Controversy' is almost entirely devoted to this subject.

This group equates the Pope with the dreaded number of the beast, 666, as recounted in Revelations 13:18 and 15:2. They use as so-called 'proof' a document called, the 'Donation of Constantine', written between 750 and 800 A.D.. In this 'document', the Pope is referred to as the 'Vicar of the Son of GOD', which is 'Vicarius Filii Dei' in Latin. If you take the letters of this title in Roman Numeral form, they add up to 666.

Add 'Vicarius', V=5+I =1+C=100+I=1+U (u and v are equal in Latin)=5 is 112.
Add to it 'Fileii', I=1+L=51+I+I is 53.
Add 'Dei', D=500+1 is 501.

Now add the three, 112+53+501= 666.

According to the 'reasoning' of Seventh Day Adventists, this 'proves' that the Pope is the beast of 666. To further their so-called 'proof', they claim the title 'Vicar of the Son of GOD' is engraved on the mitre of the Pope.

What they will never tell you...

1. The 'Donation of Constantine' is not a valid document. It is widely known as a forgery. There is no official Catholic document to 'prove' this charge by, and only by, Seventh Day Adventists.

2. The title 'Vicar of the Son of GOD' was never a title of the Pope. It is a Seventh Day Adventists twisting of 'Vicar of Christ', which is one of the Pope's true titles.

3. 'Vicar of the Son of GOD' is NOT engraved on the mitre of the Pope. No Seventh Day Adventist has ever been able to show 'proof' of this charge.

4. The 'beast of 666' is not the number of a 'title', but is the number of its 'name' as stated in Rev 15:2: "...and those who had overcome the beast and its image and the 'number of its name'..." Therefore even if the Pope had the title 'Vicar of the Son of GOD', which he never did, 666 would not apply to him as it is not his name, but a title. But there is someone whose name fits perfectly, as the beast '666' of Revelation.

5. Now since 666 is the number of 'its' name, let us find one that matches it.
Ellen = L+L=100,
White=a double 'U' = 2 'V's +1 =11.
Total these three numbers, and we have, 100 + 555 + 11 = 666.
So Ellen Gould White, the prophetess of Seventh Day Adventism, has a name that adds up to 666, and it is the number of a name and not of a title.

6. I would say that the number '666' applies more readily to the prophetess of Seventh Day Adventism since it is the number of 'its' name, and not the name of a trumped up, non-existant title, wouldn't you? Who was it that came up with the quote about stones and glass houses?

For the doubters about the double 'U', I suggest you consult your dictionary for the origins of the letter 'W':
The Romans adopted the second form (comparing Phoenician and Greek) for both the 'U' and 'W' sounds, simplifying its shape to 'V'. As its name indicates, the letter 'W' is in origin a 'double U' (VV), often used in inscriptions from around the first century A.D. to represent the 'W' sound in Germanic or Celtic names. That is what my dictionary says ... why don't you look it up in your own ?

Written byBob Stanley,
edited slightly by (Stephen Korsman),
and used with Bob's permission at


Q.  I believe we are in the time of the fifth seal waiting for the sixth seal to happen because David and his followers are the souls under the altar.

A.  The Book of Revelation shows a Lamb receiving a seven-sealed scroll and unsealing the first seal in Revelation Chapter 6, verse 1. All the words that are written in the Book of Revelation from Chapter 6, verse 1 to the end of  the Book of Revelation  pertain to the contents in the book/scroll that had seven sealed bands around it. The Lamb represents the message of the latter day man of wisdom. Also all the words in the scroll are of the voice and visions of Michael and Gabriel. Michael is equated with the evening light of the moon, while Gabriel is equated with the daylight of the sun. They are the two witnesses. Since there were seven seals around the rolled-up scroll, it means there are seven parts to the scroll, which are as seven days. On each part of the scroll’s seven parts is written events that happen consecutively. For instance, the events written on the scroll’s first part happen before the events that are written on its second part and so on through to the events that are written on the seventh part. Also all the written events in the scroll have already happened {been witnessed} and are happening again {being replayed}. These events that have already happened are written on a scroll that is rolled-up. To keep it rolled-up, there are seven bands/seals around its outside.  When the Lamb removed the first seal, it is equated with the time when {drum roll} I {latter day Moses/Solomon/Elisha} began to reveal my message in 1995.  For 1260 days, I began to prophesy of the visions and oracles that are written on the first six parts of the rolled-up scroll. That means that I was only warning/prophesying of the visions beneath the first six seals. Notice that there are four riders on four horses in the first four seals. Then, instead of the kingdom of latter day Babylon coming to a permanent end 3½ days after the 1260 days of warning them concerning the predictions of the four horsemen and four horses, the four angels {who are the resurrected messages of the four riders} are instead seen holding back the four winds {representing the resurrected messages pertaining to the four horses/four winds {see Rev.7:1} from being fulfilled. At that time, the end of the sixth seal had been revealed at the same time {equated with the time of even/twilight} the seventh seal was being removed. Beneath the seventh seal is written seven angels with seven trumpets. The same  messages that are written beneath the first six seals are repeated by the first six of these angels {referring to messages} during the second 1260 days. So, during these 1260 days, the six angels’ trumpets/warnings sounded consecutively pertaining to the yet to be fulfilled predictions of the four riders and four horses. 3½ days later as the sixth angel’s trumpet was ending and the seventh angel’s  trumpet began to sound, the mystery of God should have been finished but wasn’t {see Rev.10:7}. During the third 1260 days, the seventh angel’s initial six visions {likened to six colors of a seven colored rainbow}and six thunders/trumpets began to prophesy again concerning the six angels’ messages/trumpets {see Rev.10:11}. 3½ days at the end of these  1260 days, the seventh angel’s seventh vision and seventh thunder  {see Rev. 11:15} reveals the fulfillment of the fall of latter day Babylon’s kingdom by a comet and its plagues {illustrated by four riders and four horses}. At that time, the predictions that are written on the seventh angel’s seventh part concern the fulfillment of  the seven angels with seven plagues on latter day Babylon’s kingdom, time of the judgment, and the new heaven and new Earth. Ok, so right now we are in the time when the seventh angel’s initial six of seven visions/thunders are being consecutively revealed to warn the nations of Christendom prior to the fulfillment of the seven angels with seven plagues at the time the of the seventh angel's seventh part/vision.  
Q.  Do you have any evidence that a comet is heading for Earth?

A.  Ezekiel 9:2 refers to six men (six fragmented parts of the comet) coming from the higher gate (referring to the outer part of the solar system). What is interesting is that last year an astronomer actually spotted six objects of a comet . I have included below the complete article from the internet.

Ezekiel 9:2
And, behold, six men  (six objects/fragments of a comet) came from the way of the higher gate {referring to the starry sky)  , which lieth toward the north, and every man a slaughter weapon in his hand; and one man  among them was clothed with linen, with a writer's inkhorn by his side: and they went in, and stood beside the brasen altar.

Below is the article from the Internet at
I  highlighted certain parts of the article in black and red, and the commentaries in parenthesis are mine.

Unseen comet's orbit indicates possible crash! A stream of dusty fragments from a comet born in the outermost reaches of the solar system has hit the Earth on a path that leads astronomers to conclude the comet itself could be “potentially hazardous” if it crashes into the planet.
The comet’s location is unknown, making it difficult to say when it will approach Earth, but “the orbits of the dust trail tells us that the comet is on a path that could eventually hit us,” said Peter Jenniskens, an astronomer at the SETI Institute and the NASA Ames Research Center in Mountain View.
“It’s very unlikely,” he conceded Wednesday. “Such impacts are extremely rare in Earth’s history.”
The trail of dust grains, known as meteoroids, were shed by the comet long ago as it passed the sun and Earth on a long orbit that could have taken thousands of years to complete, Jenniskens said. The comet was born billions of years ago (hence it is the Ancient of days) and trillions of miles away in the cold comet nursery called the Oort Cloud, and streams of the comet’s dusty progeny have returned to Earth once or twice every 60 years or so when their orbits come under the influence of Saturn and Jupiter, Jenniskens said.
Eyes on the sky

Sixty specialized cameras that operate at UC’s Lick Observatory, the Fremont Peak Observatory and a ground-based site, formerly in Mountain View but now in Lodi under a project called Cameras for Allsky Meteor Surveillance, constantly monitor the night sky for meteoroids. Jenniskens said he was scanning the orbits of the dust stream’s fragments from images snapped at Fremont Peak and in Mountain View on Feb. 4 when he noted a tightly linked cluster of six objects (equated with the six men of Ezekiel’s vision) streaming at nearly 80,000 mph in a shower seven hours long.
“I couldn’t believe my eyes at first,” he said. But once he had had determined the identical orbits of the fragments he teamed with Finnish astronomer Esko Lyytinen to predict that the dust trail will return in 2016 (since the astronomer said above that it is difficult to know when the six objects would approach Earth, then it could be in 2014), again in 2023, and once again in 2076.
Cold crowded place
The Oort Cloud where the comet was born billions of year ago is known as the deeply cold birthplace of all the long-period comets that watchers on Earth can rarely see because they take as long as 10,000 years to orbit the sun. The cloud lies at the outer edge of the sun’s influence and may hold as many as a trillion or more icy bodies, all waiting to be turned into comets by the gravity tug of some unknown wandering star or by some other unknown cosmic object.

The dusty comet trail discovered by Jenniskens and his Fremont Peak colleagues appears to come from the direction of the yellow giant star called Eta Draconis in the constellation Draco, and the International Astronomical Union has named the new-found stream of fragments the “February Eta Draconids.” Jenniskens’ scientific report will be published by
the Journal of the International Meteor Organizations. Its title is: “Discovery of the February Eta Draconids: the dust trail of a potentially hazardous long-period comet.”
A surprise meteor shower spotted in February was likely caused by cosmic “bread crumbs” dropped by an undiscovered comet that could potentially pose a threat to Earth, astronomers announced on July 27. The tiny meteoroids that streaked through Earth’s atmosphere for a few hours on Feb. 4 represent a previously unknown meteor shower, researchers said. The “shooting stars” arrived from the direction of the star Eta Draconis, so the shower is called the February Eta Draconids, or FEDs for short.
The bits of debris appear to have been shed by a long-period comet. Long-period comets whiz by the sun very infrequently, so it’s tough to predict when they last cruised through our neck of the woods— and when they’ll come back, researchers said.
Learning more about the comet

Jenniskens teamed up with a colleague, Finnish astronomer Esko Lyytinen, to investigate when the FEDs might have another encounter with Earth. Lyytinen calculated a possible return in 2016 (or 2014, if these 6 fragments of the comet are the ones predicted in Ezekiel) or 2023, and after that not again until 2076, researchers said. Whenever the FEDs show up again, astronomers will study them closely. Future observations of the shower may reveal key information about its parent comet — including whether or not it poses a real danger of ever slamming into Earth.

Q.  I don’t believe your message because everything should be proven scientifically.

A . Maybe, the problem is you don’t want to believe it. However,  consider the following

1) The message states that this world’s end will come after  a comet’s  impact (scientifically possible: Yes).

2)  The message states that everything that is happening in our world is all created in a dream (scientifically possible: Yes).

3)  The message states that  this world was created in six literal days and nights, rods being turned into snakes, Red Sea parting, a donkey talking in Hebrew to Balaam, sun remaining still in the sky, Samson having enough strength to kill thousands, angels appearing and disappearing , humans taken up into the sky -- sometimes by a fiery whirlwind , sun rising back up from west to east, people not being burnt to death when thrown into a fiery furnace, miracles of healing, dead people living again, among other seemingly impossible feats, are all possible in our world because it is dreamed into existence (scientifically possible for these miracles to happen in a dream: Yes).

4)  The Bible states that every person is a God because like God you are creators (Gods) when you create your own world in your dream, in which there are people,  things, etc pertaining to your mind/spirit (scientifically possible: Yes).

5)  The Bible states that God made humans in God’s image/likeness.  Therefore the God who is dreaming our world and all things in it into existence is a perfect/super intelligent human, having the ability to never forget anything, who lives in the real world that had evolved to perfection, where the flowing evolved rivers and certain plants have made everyone live forever, where man made objects are not necessary. The real world is just like it was dreamed in the Eden of Genesis before the fall of Adam and Eve (scientifically possible for a human to dream his/her creation into existence: Yes).

6)  The Bible’s writings state that God told Noah of an impending flood before it happened, Nebuchadnezzar dreamed of future kingdoms, the last kingdom being destroyed by a stone, Yahshua/Jesus  predicted that in the same night Peter would deny him three times and that Jesus would be killed and rise from the dead, many prophets predicted the future when the sun, moon, and stars would be veiled/darkened and that the world will be dissolved by fire/lava. The message states that God dreamed every generation from the beginning of Genesis to the time of the end. Then the dreamed world came to an end by a comet’s impact, smoke and ash issuing from a super volcano, then lava spreading from the super volcano to cover the whole  world. Thereafter God dreamed again all events that had happened {scientifically possible to re-dream  the same dream over thereby knowing what will happen in the replayed dream: Yes).