Ken Parsons was drawn into prophecy pertaining to current events at the age of 8 as a result of reading, The Late Great Planet Earth by Hal Lindsey. He has been exposed to the teachings of many great Christian ministries throughout his life. Now a successful businessman, Ken invests his time sharing his insights on the events unfolding in the world today as well as teaching where mysterious artifacts from years ago come from and how they fit into the prophetic timeline.
Ken Parsons and John Anderson debated whether the Rapture is Biblical Prophecy or myth being propagated by those out to profit from it, respectively. Anderson, who declared himself a preterist, said that the "end times" prophecies in question were fulfilled by 70 AD with the destruction of the temple in Jerusalem. The modern idea of the Rapture, he believes, is not actually in scripture, and is misinterpreted or mistranslated and was first popularized in the 1830's, and more recently in the Left Behind books. Nowhere in the Bible does it say that people are going to fly off the Earth, he added. ... More »Host: George Noory
Ken Parsons, known for his End of the Age teachings, returned to the show to share his interpretations of bible prophecy. Calling Revelation "the most remarkable and amazing" book of the Bible, he said that John was able to "time travel" from the 1st century to the 21st century in order to view events. ... More »Host: George Noory
Ken Parsons (warzonewinner), known for his End of the Age teachings, shared his interpretations of Bible prophecy. The Bible, he said, is a "document which operates in several different dimensions," one of them being the Bible Code, which contains hidden sequenced messages. He believes that we are living in the time of Tribulation, and that eventually "there will be a rapture of the Church," where a chosen group will be taken off the planet just before an asteroid impact. John, who wrote the Book of Revelations, "time traveled" from the 1st century to the 21st century and saw such events, said Parsons, including the destruction of Babylon, which he interpreted as the Internet. He named the European Union (which he said will increase in power) as being behind the fall of the Internet.Parsons also discussed a pre-Adamic time period, in which he said Earth and Mars were occupied by angelic beings. The destruction of these earlier civilizations may have been related to the angelic ... More »Host: George Noory