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The Unseen World Rules The World In Which We Live

This website is not going to appeal to most people. You may not know this, but our entire world is deceived. Most people think the deceivers are the rich and powerful who control the wealth and economies of the world. After all, there is a huge disparity between the rich and the poor. These people are simply pawns in an elaborate game against mankind being played by an invisible sinister and diabolical being.

The Bible calls this person Satan or the Wicked One. There are only two types of people on planet Earth according to the Bible. Which one are you?

How Many Turns Around The Sun Do You Have Left

Let’s take a moment to reflect on the brevity of life, a concept many often overlook. Consider this: a year comprises 365 days, which might seem substantial when you’re living day by day. Yet, in that time, Earth completes its orbit around the Sun, and another year passes. This means that in just 365 days, you’ll be a year older.

Now, multiply those 365 days by 10. That totals 3,650 days—a decade. Think about your current age plus ten years. Within those 3,650 days, you will age by a decade. Extend this calculation by sevenfold, and you’ve spanned 70 years, or 25,550 days. Where does this place you in life’s timeline? Are you still here, or has your time expired? Life is incredibly short, yet most don’t measure their existence in days and fall into the illusion that there’s an abundance of time left.

What’s truly alarming is what many choose to believe about God, life, and themselves during this fleeting time on Earth. What if the beliefs and choices that guide your life are fundamentally flawed, and you only realize the grave errors when it’s too late?

Look at what Jesus Christ said about this 2,000 years ago and think about it now in relation to your own life and the amount of time you have before you are dead.

For what shall it profit a man, if he shall gain the whole world, and lose his own soul? Or what shall a man give in exchange for his soul? Whosoever therefore shall be ashamed of me and of my words in this adulterous and sinful generation; of him also shall the Son of man be ashamed, when he cometh in the glory of his Father with the holy angels.” – Mark 8:36-38

What Do You Believe?

Prisons worldwide are overflowing with individuals grappling with drug and alcohol addictions, alongside murderers, thieves, and sexual offenders. Clearly, the conventional wisdom imparted by society is falling short. Many cultures throughout history recognize the existence of demonic entities, the Devil, or the Wicked One. This blog will primarily explore what the Jewish scriptures—both the Old and New Testaments of the Bible—reveal about this malevolent force. If you’re skeptical about the Bible, that’s perfectly fine, but it will be our main reference.

The Bible begins with Genesis, detailing God’s creation of humanity. Many are familiar with the story of Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden, where they were tasked to tend the garden. The narrative also covers how Eve was tempted by the serpent to eat the forbidden fruit from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil.

Now the serpent was more crafty than any of the wild animals the LORD God had made. He said to the woman, “Did God really say, ‘You must not eat from any tree in the garden’?”  The woman said to the serpent, “We may eat fruit from the trees in the garden,  but God did say, ‘You must not eat fruit from the tree that is in the middle of the garden, and you must not touch it, or you will die.’ ” “You will not certainly die,” the serpent said to the woman.  “For God knows that when you eat from it your eyes will be opened, and you will be like God, knowing good and evil.” When the woman saw that the fruit of the tree was good for food and pleasing to the eye, and also desirable for gaining wisdom, she took some and ate it. She also gave some to her husband, who was with her, and he ate it.” Genesis 3:1-6

Genesis 3

This chapter, Genesis 3, details what is commonly referred to as “The Fall of Mankind.” This pivotal event describes how humanity was cast into spiritual darkness and severed its direct relationship with God through disobedience. The narrative goes on to detail the curses God imposed on Adam, Eve, and the serpent as consequences of their actions, introducing death as the ultimate penalty for their sins.

Skeptics might regard this account as mere myth, akin to a fairy tale. However, for many adherents of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, this episode is seen as a divine test—a test that humanity failed, evidenced by the explicit command given by God to refrain from eating from the tree. Interestingly, the Tree of Life also stood in the Garden, adding layers of meaning and choice to the narrative.

The presence of the serpent in the Garden raises profound questions. This being, later identified by theologians as Satan operating through the serpent, was not mentioned in the initial creation story, yet appears in Eden with a critical role in humanity’s downfall. This anomaly should stand out to any reader of the Old Testament as a significant red flag. Scholars generally agree that the serpent was indeed an avatar for the Devil, cursed by God for its role in deceiving humanity into disobedience.

And Jehovah Elohim said to the serpent, Because thou hast done this, be thou cursed above all cattle, and above every beast of the field. On thy belly shalt thou go, and eat dust all the days of thy life. And I will put enmity between thee and the woman, and between thy seed and her seed; he shall crush thy head, and thou shalt crush his heel.” Genesis 3: 14-15

Genesis 3

In the scripture mentioned above, the curse on the serpent extends beyond merely crawling on its belly and eating dust, which are typical behaviors of snakes today. There is also a profound aspect to this curse. It specifies that there will be enmity (hatred, despisal, dislike) not only between the woman and the serpent but also between the serpent’s “seed” (followers of Satan) and her “seed” (the Messiah). This enmity culminates in a prophecy that the Messiah (Jesus) will crush the serpent’s head, while the serpent will only bruise His heel. Most Christian scholars interpret this as a direct prophecy about Christ’s victory over Satan. This prophecy was fulfilled when Christ, though killed on the cross (symbolizing the serpent bruising His heel), triumphed over death by His resurrection, thus delivering a fatal blow to Satan’s power (crushing the serpent’s head).


What’s captivating about the Bible is that it comprises 66 books, authored by various Jewish writers over thousands of years. This collection is deeply rooted in Jewish tradition, encompassing works by Jewish prophets, priests, kings, and disciples, all following a Jewish Messiah. Although Christianity is often not recognized as a Jewish religion, its foundations are Jewish. Notably, even the title “King of the Jews” was affixed above Jesus’ cross by the Romans. Jesus’ twelve disciples were also Jewish, including Judas, the one who betrayed Him. Furthermore, Judas’ replacement, the Apostle Paul, was not only Jewish but a scholarly Pharisee, deeply versed in Jewish law.

This is important because many people overlook the fact that everything in the Bible, from Genesis to Revelation, is inherently Jewish. As the author of this article, I’m of Scotch-Irish descent, meaning I have no personal stake in this—I’m not Jewish and don’t have Abraham’s lineage in my bloodline. I mention this to highlight that the Jews, along with their God and Messiah, have profoundly shaped the world more than any other group in history. Over the centuries, billions of people have embraced a Jewish God, a Jewish Messiah, and a religion rooted in Jewish heritage. This alone should prompt reflection.

Moreover, the Jews remain some of the most despised people on Earth, raising further questions about the origin of this animosity. What is the true source of this hatred? Exploring this will uncover deeper insights into the spiritual conflict shaping our world.

What Is The Bible Really About

The Bible begins with the Book of Genesis, depicting the serpent—later revealed as Satan, a fallen angel—deceiving humanity and instigating their fall into disobedience. This narrative arc concludes in the Book of Revelation with the ultimate defeat and destruction of Satan, signaling the culmination of the biblical saga. This progression raises a critical question: what is the central message of the Bible? Surprisingly, it’s a point often overlooked. Many scholars, both Jewish and Christian, fail to grasp the overarching message that God has been communicating through the Jews for thousands of years.

He is the essence of Wicked Darkness. Sinister and unseen, he thrives in shadows, deceiving and destroying mankind since the dawn of time. If you find yourself imprisoned by your own thoughts, ravaged by addictions to alcohol, drugs, or ensnared in destructive sexual behaviors, or if suicidal thoughts haunt you and you can’t break free from the sins that ensnare you, this blog and our YouTube teachings are crafted to offer guidance.

As I indicated at the outset, this message may not resonate with everyone, primarily because many don’t recognize their own affliction until it’s too late. However, if you sense that there’s more to life than your current struggles and yearn for liberation from the wicked darkness that has entangled you, I encourage you to watch the videos I post. Acquire the knowledge needed to break free through faith in the Son of God, who alone has vanquished the Wicked One. Apply what you learn and exercise your free will to step into the light.