Decoding Doomsday: The Quest to Discover the Date the World Ends
Do Megalithic Monuments and Books of Ancient Wisdom Predict When the World Will End?
Humanity has a rich history of attempts to identify the final day of time. There is a common thread running through all the stone monuments of the ancients, the crop circles on display in southern England, the writings of Nostradamus, and certainly the great mysteries of Bible prophecy. It is a shared sense of dread that our demise is imminent. From Plato’s Atlantis to the I Ching, from Planet X and the Kolbrin Bible to the Book of Revelation and the Prophet Daniel; many sources are cited that predict humankind’s last day. What can we learn from all these attempts to Decode Doomsday? In this book, the author provides an encyclopedia of the most famous attempts to predict doomsday and the most noteworthy prophets attempting to do so. Flying in the face of the common perspective, the author argues that the attempt to discern Doomsday is neither folly nor paranoia, but can be in fact a healthy preoccupation