Plato says thanks
This is our cat Plato days after I found him under a cargo container in our backyard in Ecuador. He has since been joined by his sister Athena and brother Socrates after we moved back to the United States. (All I saw in Ecuador was evidence of catastrophic deposits hundreds of miles inland. The locals refer to them as mountains, but no matter how far down you dig in one they are full of rounded boulders like you would expect to find in a riverbed.) The three of them say thank you for helping. I want to write full-time, but it depends on the level of support for my work. You can really make a difference in our lives and the lives of those people I may be able to reach between now and what the Bible calls the “day of the Lord.” My goal is nothing less than to make people fully aware of what is about to happen so that they get to the highest possible elevation in time. It’s that simple. I am not trying to profit from this work.
There is no such thing as a small donation.
Donations are for me a vote of confidence, encouragement to finish this monstrously huge project.