17 July 2013

Ghana: 'NASA's Discovery Was Revealed to Me 20 Years Ago'

Disciple Phinehas Yaw Owusu Bempah has claimed that NASA's announcement of its Curiosity Rover's discovery of an unambiguous message from God written on tablets in a Martian cave has been known to him since two decades ago.

He disclosed this in an interview he offered The Chronicle yesterday. According to him, twenty years ago, twice the Lord visited him in sleep, as He did to Joseph, and as is written in the Holy Bible.

He said God showcased to Joseph the map of the world, commissioning him to endeavour to reach the four corners of the globe with his end-time message.

According to an official press release by NASA, two giant stone slabs, the size of an elephant, was located by its Curiosity Rover on Mars deep inside a cavern abutting Aeolis Mons, a large mountain.

On one tablet was a copy of the Ten Commandments and the text of John 3:16 written in 12 languages, including English, Spanish Chinese Basque and Hebrew. On the other tablet was a simple message in English, reading "I am real."

The NASA Curiosity Rover arrived on Mars in August last year, with a mission to explore the Martian climate and geology for signs for habitability.

Both tablets were signed "Peace and Love -Yahweh." These inscriptions, according to Disciple Phinehas Yaw Owusu Bempah, were the thrust of his claim.

"What had been revealed to me many years ago has been confirmed through the Americans," he claimed.

Disciple Phinehas further noted that while at the 7th Day Church of Theocracy at Homedakrom, the Lord commissioned him to author a book titled "The Ark Covenant of Yahweh - the secret to Heaven. The inspiration to author this dawned on him three years ago, he said.

He, therefore, called for public support to help him publish his book titled "The Ark Covenant of Yahweh" - the secret to Heaven" to showcase to the world what had been in the known to him many years ago.

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