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A belief that the ancients held unusual scientific knowledge, of which only fragments remain today, was held by many great philosophers and scientists who participated in the "scientific revolution". Though research by these men led to great discovery, many were convinced that they were merely scratching the surface of an immense but lost pristine knowledge (prisca sapientia) somehow reflected in the architecture and remains of ancient civilizations.

In "Temple at the Center of Time: Investigations of Sacred Dimension, Revealed in Prophecy, the Temple of Jerusalem, and the Ark of the Covenant, from the works of Isaac Newton", David Flynn uncovered what has been heralded as one of the greatest discoveries of all time.

Many books have investigated whether Newton believed that an original pure knowledge existed. Some conclude that he did in fact search for it, but that is the whole of their investigation. A few have written that Newton actually discovered ‘something’ and try to fit his existing research into a prisca sapientia of their own design, claiming his beliefs fit modern realms of philosophy or eastern religions, but these speculations are not upheld by the body of his work. Although Newton had solved riddles of space, time, gravity, light and invented mathematics to predict the motion of objects, this was not the ‘priscia sapienta’. Since the time of Newton, no one has revealed the true form and nature of the original knowledge, or from whence it came… until now.

For the first time in history, "Temple at the Center of Time" uncovers what Newton was looking for and, in so doing, proves that pivotal events in history are unquestionably connected in time and space to Jerusalem.

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A new series on the research and findings of a modern Christian genius

Posted: June 24, 2012
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From the works of David Flynn

EDITOR’S NOTE: This is the sixth entry into a series on the works and discoveries of David Eric Flynn, a modern Christian genius who died at the age of 49 this past January 22, 2012 after a short battle with cancer. For nearly two decades David published original and groundbreaking research on his renowned Watchers Website.


by David Flynn

(continued from entry 5)

Expectations of the End of Days

After Newton graduated from the Trinity College at Cambridge in the spring of 1665, the university was closed because of an outbreak of the bubonic plague, known historically as the Great Plague. Over the course of two years, the plague killed nearly 100,000 people in Europe . The death toll in London alone was 70,000, nearly 15 percent of the city’s population. Although the Great Fire of London destroyed much of the city in 1666, it also killed most of the rats and fleas that carried the plague bacteria. In Britain , many religious minds of the time viewed the plague and the destruction of London as fulfillment of the prophecies in the Book of Revelation. The number of the year 1666 also stood as an ominous sign of the end for many prominent theologians of the time.

Between 1642 and 1661, England experienced three civil wars over the governing of the British Isles . During this time, King Charles I was replaced by the first Republican government of Britain until the coronation of Charles II in 1661. A major influence of the Republican government between these Kings was the religious-political movement of the Fifth Monarchists from 1649 to 1661. The Fifth Monarchists took their name from the belief that the four world powers, outlined in the prophecies of Daniel 2:4: Assyria, Persia, Greece, and Rome had ended and the Fifth Monarchy, and that of the saints under Jesus Christ, would soon be at hand.[i] The proponents of this view produced many books of this prophetic interpretation that circulated throughout England even after the re-establishment of Charles II. Their apocalyptic expectations for the year 1666 were well established during Newton’s education at Cambridge .

During the seventeenth century, the view of the apocalypse changed from an allegory to the life of man and the reward of heaven, to a literal expectation of the return of Christ to establish his kingdom. This view was popularized by John Foxe’s Book of Martyrs, which was published in 1563. Foxe believed that the millennium had begun at the conversion of Constantine in AD 312 and that the Second Coming and Last Judgment of Christ were imminent.[ii] The writings of Martin Luther contributed to the 17th century view of English theologians that the Pope was the Antichrist and that England would be the divine tool in the overthrow of Rome.[iii]

In 1642, Henry Archer’s book The Personal Reign of Christ Upon Earth predicted the second coming of Christ in 1666. This exegesis of the prophecies of Daniel and the Revelation of St. John was followed by other books from English authors like John Tillinghast, Peter Sterry, and John Rogers in the 1650s also claiming that the year 1666 was a likely date for the return of Christ.[iv] The Arabic numerals of 1666 represented a statement of the mark of the beast in Revelation, according to Mr. Francis Potter’s book, published in England in 1642, An Interpretation of the Number 666.[v]

Joseph Mede (1586–1638), a prominent Anglican professor of Greek at Cambridge, endorsed Potter’s book and wrote considering Potter’s theory of 1666, “If it be not a truth…it is the most considerable probability that I have ever read in that kind.”[vi]

Joseph Mede was the greatest theological influence of Isaac Newton. He possessed a compilation of Mede’s works published in 1665, which included Clavis Apocalyptica (Key to the Revelation) and Heaven Upon Earth.[vii] It would be hard for Newton to disregard the prophetic interpretations of the events of 1665 and 1666, especially when considering the contemporary prophecies that came before them. The fire of London was actually predicted by an obscure British author named Walter Gostelo in 1658 who wrote,

The coming of God in Mercy, in Vengence; beginning with fire, to convert of to consume, at this so sinful city London : Oh! London , London . If fire make not ashes of the city, and thy bones also, conclude me a liar forever!…[T]he decree is gone out, repent, or burn, as Sodom and Gomorrah![viii]

In addition, astronomical portents heralded the plague and London fire, as recorded in this historical account from Hamburg , Germany in December 1664:

The great Comet lately seen here, appears no longer with us; but here is now another, much less then the former, rising Southeast, and setting North-West. They write from Vienna by the last [mail], of a great Comet seen there also, shewing itself first from the East, and pointing toward Hungary . There has been likewise seen in the air the appearance of a Coffin, which causes great anxiety of thought among the people. We have had our part here of the Comet, as well as other Places, besides which, here have been other terrible Apparitions and Noises in the air, as Fires, and sounds of Canon, and Musket-shot.[ix]

 

And from London :

A blazing star or comet appeared for several months before the plague, as there did the year after another, a little before the fire.…The comet before the pestilence was of a faint, dull, languid colour, and its motion very heavy, Solemn, and slow; but the comet before the fire was bright and sparkling, or, as others said, flaming, and its motion swift and furious; and accordingly, one foretold a heavy judgment, slow but severe, terrible and frightful, as was the plague; but the other foretold a stroke, sudden, swift, and fiery as the conflagration.…The apprehensions of the people were likewise strangely increased by the error of the times; in which, I think, the people, from what principle I cannot imagine, were more addicted to prophecies and astrological conjurations, dreams, and old wives’ tales than ever they were before or since. Whether this unhappy temper was originally raised by the follies of some people who got money by it—that is to say, by printing predictions and prognostications—I know not; but certain it is, books frighted them terribly, such as Lilly’s Almanack, Gadbury’s Astrological Predictions, Poor Robin’s Almanack, and the like; also several pretended religious books, one entitled, Come out of her, my People, lest you be Partaker of her Plagues; another called, Fair Warning; another, Britain’s Remembrancer; and many such, all, or most part of which, foretold, directly or covertly, the ruin of the city.[x]

 

During Newton’s last few months as an undergraduate at Trinity College , he studied amidst the apocalyptic fervor that pervaded the country. He recorded his observation of the comet of 1664–65 in a notebook, and on December 23,1664, he wrote, “I observed a comet whose rays were round her, yet her tail extended itself a little towards the east and parallel to the ecliptic.”[xi]

For two years during the fearsome plague and the fire of London , he lived with his mother at his home in Woolsthorpe , England . It was during this time, termed by biographers as “the two miraculous years,” that Newton developed every revolutionary scientific work for which he is famous. It is a distinct possibility that the productivity of Newton’s miraculous years stemmed from his conviction that the end of the age was upon the earth. From his viewpoint of prophetic interpretation, a framework that he inherited from Joseph Mede, Henry Archer, and many other theologians, the time for research would have soon come to an end. Any scientific advances that could be made necessarily had to be done in earnest. For Newton , every theoretical revelation that he achieved stood as verification of Daniel’s prophecy as reads in Dan12:4: “Even to the time of the end…knowledge shall be increased.” Newton viewed the book of Daniel as a missive extending through time to him, addressed to his intellect, a mind divinely inspired to value and solve its riddles. The body of these scientific accomplishments as being concentrated within the plague years was explained much later in a letter Newton wrote to the scholar Pierre Des Maizeaux in 1718:

In the beginning of the year 1665, I found the Method of approximating series & the Rule for reducing any dignity of any Binomial into such a series. The same year in May I found the method of Tangents of Gregory & Slusius, & in November had the direct method of fluxions & the next year in January had the Theory of Colors & in May following I had entrance into the inverse method of fluxions. And the same year I began to think of gravity extending to the orb of the Moon & (having found out how to estimate the force with which a globe revolving within a sphere presses the surface of the sphere) from Kepler’s rule of the periodical times of the Planets being in sesquialterate proportion of their distances from the centers of their Orbs, I deduced that the forces which keep the Planets in their Orbs must be reciprocally as the squares of their distances from the centers about which they revolve: and thereby compared the force requisite to keep the Moon in her Orb with the force of gravity at the surface of the earth, and found them answer pretty nearly. All this was in the two plague years of 1665 and 1666. For in those days I was in the prime of my age of invention & minded Mathematics & Philosophy more than at any time since.[xii]

 

In the decades that followed, Newton’s research turned away from the scientific, and towards questions of biblical interpretation, prophecy, and chronology. The study of the events preceding the return of Christ would take precedence in Newton’s intellectual focus. He did not abandon the topic even until his death. He wrote of the duty presented to him having been molded by the times:

Why should we not think that the Prophesies which concern the latter times into which we are fallen were in like manner intended for our use that in the midst of Apostacies we might be able to discern the truth…and consequently that it is also our duty to search with all diligence into these Prophesies.[xiii]

 

Newton returned to Cambridge in 1667 and remained as a lecturing Professor of Mathematics for twenty-nine years. During this period, Newton published his scientific works developed during the upheaval of 1665 and 1666 and began intensive study of biblical prophecy.

In 1696, Newton moved to London to begin a new job as the Warden of the Royal Mint. It had become apparent to Newton over the passing years that the return of Christ he had anticipated early in his career was less imminent. However, Newton retained his belief of the time-dependant nature of Daniel’s prophecies and their eventual manifestation in the world. Toward the end of his life, knowing that he was not of the generation that would see the fulfillment of end time prophecy, Newton concentrated on the clear interpretation of its chronology. This work was dedicated to theologians of the future. All that was left for Newton , as a summation of his great theological work, was to supply the direction in which others were to proceed after his death, the manner of which followed the design of Daniel’s prophecies. “As for you, Daniel, obscure the matters and seal the book until the time of the End: let many muse and let knowledge increase” (Daniel 12:4).

In this version of Daniel 12:4, from a literal translation of Hebrew based on the Targum that Newton used in his studies of Daniel, the mode of communication to a future audience was described. Comprehension of the prophecy was dependent on time and the providential influence of God.[xiv]

Believing that his theological and chronological works would serve the investigations of scholars in the future, and that they addressed the same theme as the prophecies of Daniel, Newton recorded them in like manner. The information in these works extended far beneath the surface. Only those wise enough to discern the clues would be awarded the secret of understanding in the time of the end.

[A]bout the time of the end, in all probability, a body of men will be raised up, who will turn their attention to the prophecies, and insist upon their literal interpretation in the midst of much clamor and opposition.[xv] [RNN Note: We continue with David's findings in the next entry].

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[i] Bernard Capp Fifth Monarchy Men: Study in Seventeenth Century English Millenarianism, (:Faber and Faber,Lonedon UK 1972)

[ii] Richard Bauckham, Tudor Apocalypse: Sixteenth Century Apocalypticism, Millenarianism and the English Reformation (Oxford: Sutton Courtenay Press,1978).

[iii] Patrick Collinson, “Biblical Rhetoric: the English Nation and National Sentiment in the Prophetic Mode” , Pg. 12 Cambridge UK : Cambridge University Press. 1997.

[iv] Henry Archer, The Personal Reign of Christ Upon Earth (1642), cited by Philip Rogers, The Fifth Monarchy Men (London: Oxford University Press, 1966), p.11–13.

[v] The full title is: An Interpretation of the Number 666, was written by wherein not only the manner how this number ought to be interpreted is clearly proved and demonstrated; but it is also showed that this number is an exquisite and perfect character, truly, exactly, and essentially describing that state of Government to which all other notes of Antichrist doe agree. With all known objections solidly and fully answered, that can be materially made against it.” Sidney Lee. “A Dictionary of National Biography” Vol. 16. Published by Smith, Elder & Co. London , UK 1909

[vi] “Mede’s Works”. vol. ii. lib. iv. p. 1058.: Translated by R. Bransby Cooper London. 1664. Christian Classics Ethereal library 2007 Pg. 851. http://www.ccel.org/ccel/mede/key.html

[vii] J.E. Force and R.H. Popkins, eds. Newton and religion: Context nature and influence., (Boston: Dordrecth publishers, 1999).

[viii] Sir Egerton BrydgesTitles, Extracts, and characters in English Literature,” Revived. Published 1815 by T. Bensley for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown Digitized Nov 15, 2006 Original from the New York Public Library. Volume 8. pg. 73.

[ix] An excerpt from the Hamburgh, newsletter, December 24, 1664 (published in Newes, January 5, 1665) THE HISTORICAL SOURCES OF DEFOE’S JOURNAL OF THE PLAGUE YEAR Copyright 1920 The STRATFORD CO., Publisher. Boston , Mass U. S. A. pg., 67.

[x] Daniel Defoe. A Journal of the Plague Year 1722 University of Adelaide Australia. Library Electronic Texts Collection. 2006. http://ebooks.adelaide.edu.au/d/defoe/daniel/

[xi] J.E. McGuire and Martin Tamny (eds), Certain Philosophical Questions: Newtons Trinity Notebook (New York: Cambridge University Press, 1983), pp. 377–9.

[xii] Ibid. Certain Philosophical Questions: Newton s Trinity Notebook . Pg. 85.

[xiii] Isaac Newton, Treatise on Revelation, Jewish National and University Library, Jerusalem, Yahuda Ms. 1.1. The Newton Project - University of Sussex, East Sussex London: 2007 www.newtonproject.sussex.ac.uk

[xiv] Stone Edition Tanach. Artscroll series. Published by Mesorah Publications, ltd. Brooklyn, New York 11232, 2007.

[xv] Rev. J. W. Brooks “The Literalism Elements of Prophetical Interpretation”. E. G. Dorsey, Printer.Philadelphia USA 1840. V. Preface. page VI

 

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Cydonia: The Secret Chronicles of Mars

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The author of Cydonia: The Secret Chronicles of Mars, wrote popular articles on Mars and of the Biblical significance of the Cydonian Monuments for years. His decidedly alternative views on Cydonia have been discussed on the PAX Television program "Encounters: What is Really on Mars," also featuring Richard C. Hoagland, the researcher who popularized the Pyramids and Sphinx-face found in NASA images of the surface of Cydonia Mars on his website www.enterprisemission.com, on the Coast to Coast AM show, and in his own book The Monuments of Mars.

David was always a popular guest on topics such as: the Monuments on Mars; the meaning behind the Sphinx symbol and Biblical cherubim, as well as UFOs & the Nephilim or "aliens".

Dave's research on the Watcher Website has been featured on "Strange Universe", among other shows, and was used as a resource by Dr. Mark Eastman who co-wrote the bestselling 1996 UFOs and Genesis 6-themed book Alien Encounters with popular Christian researcher Chuck Missler.

David Eric Flynn, 49, died January 22, 2012 after a short battle with cancer at his home in Helena. Dave was born October 29, 1962 in Chicago, Illinois to Dr. Alan and Marjorie Flynn. He attended Helena High School and graduated from the University of Montana. He worked at Intermountain Children’s Home for more than 20 years caring for emotionally disturbed children.

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