Author Studies Power of God’s Truth in Relation to the Fallen Lord

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James Thomas has seen what few have been given to see, and his vision hits a visceral chord in Christians

James E. Thomas delves deep into the arcane with Redemption Of A Fallen Archon, an Apocalyptic work that seeks to harness the energies of all that has transpired on this earth after Jesus Christ took away Lucifer’s chance at achieving final dominion over the earth by dying on the cross and establishing the foundation for God’s kingdom on earth. It seeks to define the realms in which different populations of God’s creation rule over or are in tune with: thus aliens have their own dimension, the Lords of Armageddon have their own, and Lucifer (who was supposed to have his dimension as Lord of the Angelic Host) battles without hope to control the dimension where the earth resides to keep from being dragged into the Lords of Armageddon’s dimension (which is hell for the fallen).

God’s creation is an infinitely complex, infinitely regulated system which only the Creator may understand. Certain portions of God’s universe are reserved for specific beings. Time is relative and Thomas has sought the threads of God’s truth within his own experience. Ruminating upon this, the definitive moment that has lead to this re-examination of the Apocalypse and the major characters who would play in it, was a prolonged trance state when the author was officially dead at Cedars-Sinai. Having come back into physical reality, the author has sought to achieve a balance between what he has seen of God’s creation in relation to this plane of existence – a plane which would seem one-dimensional compared to a generality. He might have achieved parity with what he knows and what is happening on the street (for example).

Scholarship derived from Patmos (where St. John had his visions of the Apocalypse) are the least known among Biblical disciplines. St. John’s experience at Patmos became the basis for the power behind the Petrine staff, the shepherd’s rod that sternly disciplines the flock. None of it is without basis in fact in this world. World war and a final conflagration involving nuclear weaponry is always an event brewing around a corner. If the mass of humanity happened to take that wrong turn at the right time, then…pfft. Perhaps only Islamic genies would be the only ones left to tell the tale. This book seeks an entirely new level of debate among the adepts of Apocalyptic writing.

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Redemption Of A Fallen Archon * by James E. Thomas
Publication Date: November 14, 2011
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