Apocalypse Prophesied: by Herbert Stollorz
Author: Herbert Stollorz
|Earthquakes, tsunamis, hurricanes, terrorism and endless wars… What is going on in this world? What will happen next? Is there a purpose in all of this human suffering? At 70 years of age author Herbert R. Stollorz took a fresh look at the Bible. By using the same successful research techniques that produced a number of profitable hi-tech patents, he came up with some intriguing and pragmatic explanations of what the Bible has to say concerning the big questions about life on planet earth. Don't expect a theological treatise, rapturous escapism or a lot of footnotes. Instead, you will be challenged by his rational presentation of the soon-coming events that will change your life!|
What Is the Apocalypse?
The Old and New Testaments of the Bible prophesy a seven-year period of global chaos, suffering, death and destruction popularly known as the Apocalypse, the Last Days, the Great Tribulation or “the end of the world.” These prophetic visions are not easy to understand. They use fantastic symbolism and shift perspectives between heaven and earth. Most prophecies focus on Israel, Jerusalem and the promise of a coming Jewish Messiah who will bring 1,000 years of peace, justice and prosperity to everyone in the world who survives these years of trial.
The big question about these prophecies has always been “when” they will happen. But the questions of “what” and “where” are important too. Many have avoided these questions by simply writing off God as the product of human imagination and relegating the Bible to the world's collection of myths and moral stories. Although proving the validity of the Bible and/or the reality of God is not the objective of my writings, I do think that what I have discovered and share in these pages will confirm both points with conviction.
Daniel, a remarkable Jewish scholar, wrote in 526 BC about several visions he had from God concerning the distant future, which is our present and near future. Some of his predictions have already come to pass—like Jesus appearing as Israel's promised Messiah. That fulfillment of Bible prophecy occurred more than five hundred years after it was written!
Many of Daniel's prophecies have yet take place, and the likelihood of their taking place in the next few years is no less certain than Jesus' birth, death and resurrection were to Daniel in 526 BC. Jesus, when answering his disciples' questions about the last days, told them to study Daniel's prophecies (Matthew 24:15). In AD 96 Jesus gave the apostle John a great deal of additional information, which formed the Bible's last book called “The Revelation of Jesus Christ to John.” Revelation's prophecies build on Daniel's. Both prophets foretold the end of our present civilization in a series of cataclysmic events similar to the destruction of humanity's first great civilization by the great Flood of Noah's day.
Some Bible scholars have treated these important prophecies about the last days of rebellious human history as spiritual allegories that possess only moral or theological significance. That approach made the question of “when” unnecessary and the prophecies themselves irrelevant to daily life.
Over the centuries other brave souls have dared to forecast the exact date when the Apocalypse would occur. Most were probably sincere. Many made an intentional profit out of their predictions. Of course, all of these past predictions about the dating of the Apocalypse were wrong, so today most refuse to seriously ask the question, “When will these things be?”
Predicting future events requires either a direct revelation from God or some detailed inside information about his plan for the universe. My books cover what the Bible reveals about God's plan for humanity and how that plan follows an observable pattern. If we can decipher that pattern properly, we can accurately predict the details of its outcome, including specific dates and locations.
About the Author
My first book, Apocalypse Prophesied, describes God's 7,000-year plan for this earth, as supported by 1,000 Bible references. This plan includes 6,000 years of human history and 1,000 years of prophetic events yet to take place. With its many verses it has become like a miniature Bible that explains the Creator's plan for humanity and the reasons why we exist. The 10th chapter of this book focuses on the cuckoo clock analogy. It is a summary explanation of special historic events that correspond to parallel events that will take place during the 7 years of the Great Tribulation. We have a saying that history repeats itself, and my two books demonstrate where it does so prophetically.
My second book, Mystery of Tammuz 17, explains the methodology I used to determine the dates of the Apocalypse. It also discusses the collapse of our present civilization and other prophesied events of those seven years. I make correlations with the Hebrew Alphabet Number System as well as with the Aztec calendar and the Chinese zodiac cycles.
I invite you to journey with me in these books as we move from one concept to another, presented in roughly the order that I discovered them.
Who am I to Write This?
I never thought I would write a book. I am an inventor of high-tech devices by profession and making cuckoo clocks was once my hobby. These days I spend more time playing my accordion than making clocks. But for the past two years or so, I have spent more time with my computer keyboard than with my accordion's keyboard!
If you want to learn a little bit more about who I am, then read my Appendix, Who is Herbert R. Stollorz? If you are still hung up on the dates, then you can skip to the end and read my Postscript, Can God Change His Schedule?
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Author: Herbert Stollorz
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Earthquakes, tsunamis, hurricanes, terrorism and endless wars… What is going on in this world? What will happen next? Is there a purpose in all of this human suffering? At 70 years of age author Herbert R. Stollorz took a fresh look at the Bible.