Apocalypse – Imagining the End Submission

For centuries there has been mystique around the Four Horse Men of the Apocalypse and Revelations in general. This paper shows through regression analysis that Conquest could represent when Solomon became King, War represents the splitting of the Tribes of Israel after Solomon’s line was challenged. Equally, Famine represents the holocaust-like conditions imposed on the Arabs in the Holy Land by the assumed Israel State today, and Death, which is predicted to occur around the year 3,000, represents the return of Christ.

The paper also discusses the role of the Bible as an insight into apocalyptic pasts in the world history.  It is argued that the creation of life on earth is cyclical, and this can be explained by science, and associated with Biblical myths which could be re-tellings of folk tales based on this scientific reality, passed down generations as memes.

The creation and increase in population of mankind in Genesis 1 and 9 can be considered to represent the interbreeding of homo-genus species. The condemnation of mankind for its wrong doings in Genesis 6:1-6 and Romans 1, which can be seen to be reflected in the holocaust of many of God’s children in the Holy Land in the case of the latter. The following drowning of the species in Genesis 6:8 to 8:22 and Revelations 6 can be seen to represent the peak of climate change, where torrential weather conditions drive most species to their death for over indulging in the user of carbon resources.

It can therefore be seen that the creation of mankind is a repeating process, which comes after the flooding of the world (by God or climate change), and is followed by the creation of man (by evolution, or God as Genesis 3), or other advanced beings. If the regression analysis presented is accurate, then theologically Revelations will happen around the year 3,000 where climate change would wipe out all those beings whom cannot live under water as the mammals that evolved from being on the sea to the land after an earlier climate change – or even on top of the water, as with Noah in Genesis 6-9.

Calculating Judgement Day using Multiple Linear Regression: Considering the Four Horsemen of the Apocoplypse

There is a brilliant song by Busted called “Year 3000.” One of the lyrics in it are that in the year 3000 not much has changed but we live under water. Here is a video of them performing it live:

I think there may be a hidden truth in this. If climate change were to bite, one of the safest places for us to retreat to would be the depths of the sea. There is oxygen in water, so it shouldn’t be to difficult to transform it into breathable air within the domes we could live in. But what is so significant about the year 3,000? It is possible that with all the carbon emissions we’re producing, especially due to the growth of economies like China, and other emerging economies in Asia, that the effects of climate change could be speeded up so that an apocalypse-like situation emerges around about this time.

The species that survived the extinction of dinosaurs were the mammals who took to the sea before re-taking the land. Will humans have to live under water to survive climate change?
The species that survived the extinction of dinosaurs were the mammals who took to the sea before re-taking the land. Will humans have to live under water to survive climate change?

I shall present below statistical evidence to support the idea of the ‘four horsemen of the apocalypse’ spoken  of in Revelations, which is in both the Second Testament (the New Testament) and the Third Testament (the Qu’ran).

As you can see above, I have linked world events, as recorded, to the four horsemen of the apocalypse spoken of in Revelations. The dates may not be complete accurate, but there is probably only small variations to the known dates of when King Solomon was enthroned as the Desire of Nations as ruler over the Holy Land and when the tribes of Israel split because the Israelites wouldn’t accept Solomon’s son as King. The latter is what caused the problems in the Middle East we are still seeing today. In terms of famine I have put last year (2012) as the date, which was when Ministers from the Israel State declared a holocaust on the Arabs in the Palestinian Territories within the Holy Land.


Horseman #

1. Conquest

2. War

3. Famine

4. Death

World Event

King Solomon Enthroned

Splitting of Tribes of Israel

Starving of Palestinians

Climate Change Bites






Using these three years, I then use a statistical technique called multiple linear regression to predict the fourth year, which by using the dates I found, means that the ‘Death’ horseman corresponds with the year 3027, which I link to climate change.

Regression is a standard statistical technique, which is based on theory. On that basis it is as valid as any other mathematically calculated theory, including ones claiming to prove a deity does not exist. This theory is based on historical evidence, just as many of the so-called ‘proven’ theories a deity doesn’t exist. The fact is; no theory, no matter what science one users, whether statistics as I have, or simple mental logic based on probability as some others use, until there is strong empirical evidence to support the existence or otherwise of a deity, one person’s judgement is as good as any other.

Based on the above theory, which using a statistical technique, then in religious terms it is likely that Judgement Day, when the return of Jesus occurs, will be around the year 3000. In theological terms I regard the Messiah at the right hand of the Lord will need to be incarnated into someone of David’s line, in order to become the Fourth Messiah and Son (after Solomon, Christ, Muhammed), the third King (after David, Solomon), and second Desire of Nations (after Solomon). I call this person, Isa, which is the Muslim name for Jesus.

Considering Climate Change, Pyramids and Stone Henge

Many people wonder in amazement how the pyramids were built, and other unexplained architectures such as Stone Henge. My answer is simple – There were ancient peoples who were smarter than us. As horrible as that might seem to us, often thinking we are unique, it is what I believe to be true.

In my view climate change is real and has probably happened every 65 million years or so since the planet first formed. It wiped out the dinosaurs – except the ones who could swim or survive the torrential weather conditions.

On that basis I think that any of the ancient wonders that we, indeed, wonder about their creation were not created by primitive people from our evolutionary cycle, but by earlier ones smarter than us. What if they were trolls, like the Mayans’  could have been, leaving weather proof architecture?

On that basis I think there are two possible truths for Stone Henge:

  • The were moved by the extreme weather during a previous climate change episode from Pembrokeshire to Salisbury Plane, where they were then erected by other peoples.
  • People with technology as advanced as ours moved them from Pembrokeshire to where they are now and erected them something close to what we have now.

In both cases the reason the stones look as ragged as the do was because of the rough weather conditions from climate change. The next time I come across something from ancient times where humans wonder how it could have happened, my first premise will be that ancient people, likely to be smarter than us, did in it ways more likely to be advanced than early humans would have been capable of doing.

So when climate change wipes us out, maybe some of the following will happen (tongue in cheek):

  • The Statue of Liberty could float to France
  • The Millennium Dome and Eiffel Tower could finally be destroyed as planned
  • People will be wondering what people were worshipping in the US Pentagon
  • People will wonder if the Angel of the North was who we thought ‘God’ was

I’m certain climate change will wipe us out and in millions of years time there will be people who have evolved like us writing and speaking us in the same way we do ancient species.

5 Ways to Avoid Dying from Climate Change

Climate change is going to wipe out most of the human race. The lyric in the ‘Wherever you will go‘ song that says ‘If a great wave shall fall, it shall fall upon us all’ sums up my view on climate change. Climate change wiped out the dinosaurs in my view, where the world flooded and most land animals drowned. The animals that could withstand the wild tides, waves and chaos can be seen among us today. Some land animals have bone structures that could only exist if they evolved from the sea animals that survived from the age of the dinosaurs.

It is therefore my view that the only humans that will survive climate change are those able to take to the waters or skies to avoid it, or otherwise be great land navigators. So I have named 5 ways to do survive this. One of them is not to take to the earth’s caves, where you will be unlikely to survive.

1. Support Trident and Join the Navy

Trident as most people know is a nuclear defence programme where submarines travel in the seas of the UK telling the world that if they attack Britain with nuclear weapons they will be attacked back. This will be a good place to be as there is a strong chance you will survive.

2. Become an Astronaut

Whatever is going on with the planet earth, if you travelling into Space, there is a very good chance you will survive climate change. There are many ancient paintings of space-ships; it might have been that we invented and used them in a previous time before or after the dinosaurs.

3. Choose the right continent

It is accepted today by some, though not all, that at one point in the earth’s history there was a supercontinent that the current continents came from over millions of years. At present, both Australia and India are moving northeast at around 5–6 centimeters each year. So one might want to choose the content that is shifting the least.

4. Choose your friends carefully

You can choose your friends, but you can’t choose your family. At some point after you survive climate change reproduction is necessary. If you are a woman wondering who should ‘go wherever you will go’ (from the above song), then it might be better to pick your gay man-friend than your brother. His DNA is likely to be more diverse.

5. Buy some Alsatians

It is likely that if you survive climate change you will meet other humans who are as unsavoury as they are now. You may even meet dangerous animals. An Alsatian will be a good friend to protect you, and a good companion through your journey. They may even save your baby from being attacked by a fox.


The song I referred to earlier, ‘Wherever you will go,’ contains the lyric partly mentioned earlier,’If I could turn back time, I would go wherever you will go‘ – When climate change starts to hit home, this will be a common thought. People will be separated from their lovers, not knowing whether they are alive or dead. The same with their children, who may be parted from them. Science is like a cancer drug – at present it is unlikely to cure climate change, only give the human race a little longer to live. So, enjoy your lovers and children while you have them, for tomorrow we shall die.


You are deciding who should be trained up to save the human race by going into Space or manning a submarine. Who would you choose and why? Maybe your partner and children, as whatever the future for you, it will probably be better than what we have now. Who knows, you might meet other human survivors, see a dove, or eat fruit. You could compare your experiences with the story of Noah’s Arc, which could be a meme for generations into the future.

King Solomon – King (of Kings?)

The First Testament states that those who descend from King David shall always be King of Israel (2 Samuel 7:12-16, 2 Chronicles 13:5, Psalm 89:20-37). These people descended from David’s line:

  • King Solomon (First Testament)
  • Jesus Christ (Second Testament)
  • Muhammed (Third Testament)

On this basis all of these people could be Kings of Israel, in a theological context. Lets take a look at some parts of the Bible about the line of King David. King David is quoted as saying in Psalm 110:1 and Matthew 22:44;

The Lord said to my Lord: “Sit at my right hand until I put your enemies under your feet.”

I interpet ‘my Lord’ in this context to refer to the “son of David,” which in this case is King Solomon, the first son of David, chosen to be King by David himself (1 Kings 1:43-48). From King Solomon descended Christ and Muhammed who also have the right to the title ‘Lord’ on this basis as not only are they equal to God who is The Lord but they are of not only David’s line but King Solomon’s also.

1 Kings 2:44-45 says:

The king also said to Shimei, “You know in your heart all the wrong you did to my father David. Now the Lord will repay you for your wrongdoing. But King Solomon will be blessed, and David’s throne will remain secure before the Lord forever.”

This is why in a theological context I think King David referred to King Solomon as ‘my Lord’ as Solomon was his son and as King of Kings, Solomon was greater than King David himself.

1 Kings 1:49-51 says:

At this, all Adonijah’s guests rose in alarm and dispersed. But Adonijah, in fear of Solomon, went and took hold of the horns of the altar. Then Solomon was told, “Adonijah is afraid of King Solomon and is clinging to the horns of the altar. He says, ‘Let King Solomon swear to me today that he will not put his servant to death with the sword.’”

1 Kings 2 23:25 says:

Then King Solomon swore by the Lord: “May God deal with me, be it ever so severely, if Adonijah does not pay with his life for this request! 24 And now, as surely as the Lord lives—he who has established me securely on the throne of my father David and has founded a dynasty for me as he promised —Adonijah shall be put to death today!” So King Solomon gave orders to Benaiah son of Jehoiada, and he struck down Adonijah and he died.

I interpret these to mean that God (i.e. the Lord) put King Solomon to his right hand until the day David died when Adonijah was the enemy under Solomon’s feet, who was then put to death. This thus makes Solomon the Messiah of the First Testament, in a theological sense. The test for a Messiah is thus that they sit at the right hand of God (i.e. the Lord) until he puts enemies at their feet, which is when they are confirmed as Messiah:

  • In this case of King Solomon this was Adonijah, who refused to accept Solomon as King, whose death with the authority of God confirmed Solomon as Messiah and a Son (i.e. Mashiach ben David I).
  • In this case of Jesus Christ this was the disenting Jews below his Cross, whom called for his death, confirming him as Messiah and Son (i.e. Mashiach ben David II)
  • In the case of Muhammed this was the Hindus Idols worshippers, who made his feet bleed, plunging him into a depression, which led to his confirmation by God that he was Messiah and Son (Mashiach ben David III)

Unlike Christ and Muhammed, Solomon was also King. This makes him therefore the Desire of Nations. Equally, the person prophesied in Revelations will be of David’s line, and will be at the right-hand of the Lord until the day their enemies are below their feet when they will be confirmed by God (i.e. the Lord) as Messiah and Son (i.e. Mashiach ben David IV). If they manage to become King, they will also become Desire of Nations, a title lost by King Solomon, when he ceased to be King. Again, in a theological sense.

The Fall and End of Man

Original Sin, as it is called, says that the Fall of Man was when Adam and Eve Betrayed God. Go said to them, ‘the day that eat from the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil you shall surely die’.

He was not speaking to Adam and Eve as individuals, but as Man and Woman, who are our evolutionary ancestors as humans that split us off from primates.

Humans will never stop growing until they know as much as God. The Fall of Man was a mere trip over a stone on the garden path, and to think otherwise is to not see the wood for trees. It is human’s pursuit of the truth about a reality we can’t access that drives us, and will lead to the End of Man.

Money can’t grow an economy, but machines, goods and knowledge can. The servant will not become a master by wearing his master’s shoes and walking his master’s path, nor talking and feeling like him. Only by a constant revolution of developing knowledge, goods and machines that will make his master redundant will things become better for him and fellow humans, and lead to humans finding the cure for poverty and privilege.

Man has never stopped trying to know as much as God. He built the tower of Babylon, a co-operative enterprise, to be as tall as God, another fall of Man, but he kept his flag flying, knowing he is not a hopeless case, being lifted up to new horizons by humans, in the hope his dreams would one day come true.

Every thought a human has is an embodiment of the nakedness of Adam and Eve. It is only through science and technology that humans can ever know as much as God. The medicines that cure, the instruments that give precision, are human’s root to knowing all God knows. If other humans cannot see one’s knowledge, then there is no way humans as a collective can know as much as God.

Judgement Day shall not be any date on any imaginary calendar where Man will be lifted from his shadows, but the day that Man will be out of luck. He will have been over the world, and will move nowhere, as he will know so much that he destroys himself and his fellow human beings. All things will fall apart, Man will be brought down to the start, and humans will have to start again to lift Man out of the shadows.