My website has two features of which some visitors to my website may not be aware. When visitors view my blog post list on the homepage, they are only seeing the titles of my most recent ones. Two readers of my blog have contacted me this week to ask “What happened to your old blog posts?” and “How do I find your old posts?” In fact, over a thousand of my previous blog posts are available for reading via the main page of my blog which is accessible from the menu at the top of my homepage. It can also be accessed by clicking on the line (in blue letters) just above my recent blog post titles which says “Steven M. Collins WordPress Blog and Archives.” Either method will open to the main page of my blog where all my past posts are available to you. They are grouped in three subject titles (found under the label of Categories): “Gog-Magog War” (which covers topics related to Ezekiel 38-39’s prophecy), “Prophecy” (which covers all other biblical prophetic topics about the latter days) and “Ten Tribes – Ancient History” (which includes information about the ten tribes which is not contained in my books). They are also grouped by month and year in the drop-down list named Archives.
On the main page of my blog, you will also find a “search” feature. If there is a particular topic you wish to research, use the search function and you will be given a list of my blog posts which fit the requested topic. For example, if you type in the word “invisibility” in the search box, you will be offered a menu of the posts where that word was found. I mention this topic as it is one which is particularly interesting and which has major ramifications re: the fulfillment of several important latter-day prophecies. Many people are unaware that modern nations are already developing the ability to bend light waves around solid objects to “hide” them just as effectively as the “cloaking” device on a Klingon Bird of Prey (Star Trek fans will recall the “cloaking” technology which was part of the Klingon space ships). Science Fiction has a way of becoming “Science Fact” over time, and my invisibility blog posts are recommended reading for all visitors to this blog site.
Genesis 11:6 records that God himself observed that mankind had reached a technological tipping point in the “tower of Babel” project approximately 4,000 years ago that “nothing will be restrained from them which they have imagined to do.” Jesus Christ prophesied in Matthew 24:37 that the latter days of our age would mirror the pre-Flood civilization of Noah (which post-Flood mankind was rebuilding until God confused their languages to stop their technological progress). Those who have not realized that the pre-Flood world was a highly-advanced civilization are invited to listen to my audio message on this topic entitled “As It Was in the Days of Noah” (available by clicking on the “speeches” tab at the top of my website’s homepage. That speech was given to a live audience in Seattle twenty years ago. I have amassed much more information since then about the pre-Flood world of Noah which I would like to compile into a book, but time and funds have not yet permitted such a project to go forward.
Also, there is a way that visitors to my website can receive more information about key events and trends in our modern world than I am mentioning in my blog posts. My website is supported by reader donations as my website and research efforts are not supported by any organization, church or entity. I also receive no salary from anyone for my website efforts. There is a notice by the PayPal button at my website that those readers who donate $30 or more via PayPal will receive “bonus links” which are not available to non-donors. The bonus links include additional information on topics covered at my website and mostly focus on modern events with prophetic implications, but they also include links which I regard as too sensitive or “hot” to place on a free-access blog site. Some of these bonus links with sensitive information are well-documented and others are more speculative, but they are offered to donors so they can be aware of and evaluate them. Sometimes, the bonus links for donors will also include advance “heads up” notices on urgent links which have not yet been described in my blog posts.
Those who do not wish to donate electronically by PayPal can also receive the bonus links. If you send a donation of $30 or more via check or money order to Steven M. Collins, PO Box 88735, Sioux Falls, SD 57109-8735 and attach a note with your email address, I will send the bonus links directly to the email address you provide to me.
The bonus links change at least monthly, so if you want access to the bonus links, a monthly donation of $30 or more will result in you receiving all of the bonus links. This month’s bonus links include one on a particularly sensitive subject which has grave implications for the world if it comes to pass. Indeed, it could fulfill a specific prophecy in the book of Revelation and dramatically affect the entire world. If this website receives sufficient donations, I would like to advertise this website in Christian magazines and via other forms of paid media outreaches. I would also like to have the funds to bring to pass a full-length book on the amazingly-advanced technologies which were used by mankind in the pre-Flood world. Currently, there are no funds to devote to these goals, but I make them known to readers of this website. Your regular monthly donations or even one-time donations will help bring those goals to pass.
I invite those who are interested in receiving the important bonus informational links to become monthly donors to this website. For those who are moved to make especially generous donations, I will send them not only the current month’s list of bonus links, but some of the bonus links from previous months as well. Please keep in mind that my website is not a 501(3)C non-profit entity, so donations are not tax-deductible. However, this also gives me unfettered 1st Amendment rights to express myself forthrightly on biblically-related topics with a completely independent and non-denominational Christian perspective.