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Millennial Kingdom + Mud Flood



THE MUD flood happened. Best to come to terms with that fact now, because, for the remainder of this read, it is not my intention to convince you that it happened. That is research better designed for other places. From here on out, I will assume you have investigated the matter, and are now loaded with questions, as I was at one time. If you haven’t the faintest clue what I am talking about, then we’re already off to a bad start, as nothing else will likely sound reasonable apart from the mud flood reset.

Furthermore, the aim of my writings is not to convince you that the Millennial Kingdom of Messiah happened upon the earth. I mean, I believe it went down, or else I wouldn’t be writing this book. A literal and physical thousand-year reign with Yahusha HaMashiach holding the scepter. That is where the mud flood comes into the title. It serves as a divider of sorts, telling us that the mud flood happened between our own time and the Millennial Kingdom of Messiah, which, as any deduction goes, pits us in the little season.

Perhaps you have come to the same conclusions as I have. If so, then awesome. Woot-woot. But whether someone agrees or disagrees with my position is not cause for losing any sleep at night. Some people are simply imprisoned within their denominations or doctrines, and they have arrived with an agenda—to feel comfortable again. It is what it is. That is why I started out saying I am under no obligation to forcibly remove someone from their paradigm. All I can do is greet people on their way out.

So, rather than convincing anyone of anything, I am merely interested in showing some of my findings in Scripture. As previously mentioned, I too was loaded with questions at one time. That is, when confronted with the mud flood reset and the lost civilization which thrived before it. I still am. There is much that I will never know, and I’ve accepted it. But that is not to say inquiries have not been answered. Contrarily, I have uncovered much while cracking open the books of old, and in doing so, resolved many conflicts in my mind. This is a brand-new frontier in the field of research. If I were expected to come up with all the answers and solve every riddle, then this book would likely never be offered. What you are about to read, or perhaps not read, is my road to discovery.