The Intercontental land mass that led the survivors to Hawaii

After the Comet hit the earth the poles melted and the world flooded up to 6,000 feet above sea level. A Christian group and a Jewish group were in the mountains near Lake tahoe, California when the Comet struck. They had just enough time to seek higher ground to survive the world-wide flooding. Continue reading The Intercontental land mass that led the survivors to Hawaii

Chapter 7- Thy Rod and they Staff shall comfort me. From the novel “The 23rd Psalm,” a science fiction story about survival after a comet hits the Earth

Chapter 7-“thy rod and thy staff, they comfort me.”   Food supplies were running out and some decisions had to be made. There were no plants or trees growing on the inter-continental bridge. What the group needed was weapons for protection against other humans and beasts. Colonel Shepherd, and Retired General Mandel asked for volunteers to help make fish hooks, spears, bows, and arrows to help kill some fish to help with the dwindling food supply. They could not survive on the remaining food they had, and they needed a method for gathering food other than dragging the fishnets between … Continue reading Chapter 7- Thy Rod and they Staff shall comfort me. From the novel “The 23rd Psalm,” a science fiction story about survival after a comet hits the Earth

Chapter 4- The Essenes from the Novel, “Jesus and John,” by Dr. Pelham Mead, published by Xlibris.com

Chapter   4 – The Essenes   Mary went to the central market one day when Jesus was 14 year of age. While at the central market in Nazareth a man approached her, and asked, “pardon me madam, but is your name Mary the wife of Joseph of Nazareth. “Yes, I am, who are you,” Mary asked? “I am Simon of Nazareth,” the man responded. “I am one of the leaders of the Mount Carmel Essene community. My family and I live in Nazareth, but conduct our worship services on Mount Carmel,” Simon said. “ What is your business with me,” … Continue reading Chapter 4- The Essenes from the Novel, “Jesus and John,” by Dr. Pelham Mead, published by Xlibris.com