William Henry



There is always hope. With Big Tech rapidly fulfilling the Mark of the Beast prophecy and spewing chaos into our world, many are beginning to wonder what else we can expect in the days ahead and how to prepare.

In a word, what we can expect is the Return. In mystical Christian tradition this means the Christos will be reborn within each soul, the Beast is defeated, and we will evolve in a “new heaven and a new earth” where righteousness is the base vibration (2 Peter 3:13). This is what the Big Tech Beast fears most.

In His Olivet Discourse (Prophecy) found in Matthew 24, Mark 13 and Luke 21, Jesus described what would be happening on earth before His second coming or the rising of the Christos within. The signs of the end of this age, and the beginning of the next, include lawlessness everywhere, wars, plagues, the gospel of the Kingdom being preached and Jerusalem being surrounded by armies (Matthew 24:12-14; Luke 21:20). 

Jesus would then be seen arriving in the clouds of power and great glory, accompanied by angels, who would gather the elect from one end of heaven to the other (Matthew 24:31). The gathered would come not only from earth, but also from heaven, and humans would be taken there, too.

Who are these beings that gather on earth from heaven?

If this is read in light of current UFO Disclosure revelations in which the US Navy chases craft sheathed in halos or a clouds that are a thousand years in advance of our secret space program (which some insiders claim are demonic), one can begin to expand their imagination toward what is about to take place on earth.

Everyone is involved. Everyone will know about it. Everyone must decide if they are on the side of darkness or the side of the Light.


When Jesus described the events that will surround His second coming in Matthew 24:37-39, he said:

37 But as the days of Noah were, so shall also the coming of the Son of man be.

38 For as in the days that were before the flood they were eating and drinking, marrying and giving in marriage, until the day that Noe entered into the ark,

39 And knew not until the flood came, and took them all away; so shall also the coming of the Son of man be.

Second Timothy 3:1-4 clarifies the picture of the state of the world before Jesus returns and most likely also describes the world in the days of Noah before the Biblical flood (now also known as the greatest climate change event in recent history).

That verse says, “But mark this: There will be terrible times in the last days. People will be lovers of themselves, lovers of money, boastful, proud, abusive, disobedient to their parents, ungrateful, unholy, without love, unforgiving, slanderous, without self-control, brutal, not lovers of the good, treacherous, rash, conceited, lovers of pleasure rather than lovers of God.”

The unholiness that happened before the Flood was of Atlantean proportions and will happen again. Plato warned against this in his allegory of Atlantis, telling of a people who drifted from their divinity into amorality and were destroyed.

Old Atlantis sounds a lot like what we are seeing in our selfie-obsessed, demonic AI-powered ‘new Atlantis’ where God is being driven from the public square or belief in God is being mocked and equated with superstition. 

Some view this as a cyclical and recurring event. God routinely lifts humanity to a high height, tests and evaluates us, and presses the reset button when we stray from spirituality to materialism. 

If the biblical flood corresponds to the end of the Younger Dryas period, the abrupt climate change event that occurred around 12,000 years ago, as science suggests, it is possible the source of this catastrophe came from outer space.

It was a cosmic intervention.

One thing is certain, ever since this cataclysmic event humanity has lived in response to it occurrence and in fear of it reoccurrence. We cannot even fathom the horrors of living through such an event. Think total devastation. Look around you. The buildings. The trees. All life. Suddenly. Wiped off the surface of the planet.

Everything that has happened on earth since the waters receded and civilization restarted around 3,100 B.C. has occurred in the shadows of the lost civilization before the Flood and in remembrance that a climate change cataclysm could / would / will happen again. 

This fear is at the root of the ‘eco-activists’ or ‘eco-mob’ who believe they can legislate God’s reset out of existence. 

My advise to them is stop trying to prevent humanity’s demise by implementing soul-sucking totalitarian policies and spiritually prepare their souls for what is to come. 

Defeating the Beast by flooding the earth, and human consciousness, with light, love and righteousness is the only way to avert the climate change catastrophe now upon us. 


It is commonly assumed that Jesus’s point in comparing his return to the days of Noah was that, like then, people would be unaware of the judgment that was coming. Judgment day will arise suddenly, without warning. Like the ultimate pop quiz.

One’s definition of ‘judge’ and ‘judgement’ makes all the difference in the way Jesus’s words are understood. Is it a noun synonymous with a court official? Is he ‘the judge’? Or, does judge mean to determine? Decide? Diagnose? Sentence? Justify? Balance?

What is he judging?

The answer is how Christ-like are we? Have we followed the commandments to love with all our heart, mind and souls and to love our neighbor as ourself (Mark 12:30-31)?

The great promise of Christianity is that when Christos appears at the Second Coming, “we shall be like Him”. We will be transformed into bodies of glory mirroring that of Christ. “We shall be changed, in a moment, in the twinkling of an eye, at the last trump; for the trump will sound, and the dead will be raised imperishable, and we shall be changed” (1 Corinthians 15:51-52).

How much do you mirror Christ? Is the image of God within you lit up and glowing? Or is it tarred with nano-particles of sticky black goo?

In the days of Noah, God judged the world and it meant he evaluated (diagnosed), weighed and sentenced us.

“the Lord saw that the wickedness of man was great in the earth, and that every intention of the thoughts of his heart was only evil continually” (Genesis 6:5). 

This describes an evaluation and diagnosis. He saw wickedness and diagnosed that every intention of humanity was focused on evil. 

It seems to me that Genesis is pointing out that the earth of Noah’s time was corrupt and people of Noah’s day were totally depraved. The people could not give a shit.  They were carrying on the events of their lives without a single thought of the judgment of God. We weren’t shining.

Next came the decision.

Verses 11 and 12 says God determined (judged) that, “Now the earth was corrupt in God’s sight, and the earth was filled with violence. And God saw the earth, and behold, it was corrupt, for all flesh had corrupted their way on the earth.” 

Finding humanity corrupted, God decided against humanity in general.

All except Noah.

“Noah found favor in the eyes of the Lord” (verse 8).

What was so special about him?

The answer may surprise, especially those who think of the ‘cartoon’ version of this character who built a wooden ark. 


Genesis 6:9 says: Noah was a righteous man, perfect in his generation; Noah walked with God.

The phrase “perfect in his generation” has been interpreted to mean that Noah was of a “pure” race.

He was. 

However, not in the meaning that he was from a racially pure and genetically superior stock with a particular skin color or that his DNA was without flaw.

Also, it does not mean the he was pure and perfect in the uptight sense. He was upright and righteous, but not uptight. He drank wine. This is a sin to some. To me, it suggests he was waba-sabi perfect, the Japanese term meaning “perfect, but a little imperfect.” Like my Gibson Les Paul guitar. It was perfect until I cracked the headstock. Now its waba-sabi. Perfect in its imperfection.

Perfect means to be whole, holy, complete, and compassionate.  Perfection is synonymous with spiritual maturity. 

“Therefore,” Jesus taught, “you shall be perfect, just as your father in heaven is perfect”. (Matthew 5:48) 

The word “perfect” in the original Bible translations is the Greek word telios. Paul used this word only five times in the New Testament — each time to describe full-grown adults (see 1 Corinthians 2:6; 14:20; Ephesians 4:13; Philippians 3:15; and Colossians 1:28). It describes how, as a person develops, he or she transitions from being youthful and immature to an individual who is full-grown and mature. 

In addition, Paul used telios twice (see Romans 12:2; Colossians 4:12) to denote spiritually mature individuals who are living in accordance with the will of God.

Then, “Whom we preach, warning every man, and teaching every man in all wisdom; that we may present every man perfect in Christ Jesus.”(Colossians 1:28)

“Just humans made perfect” sit amongst the angels gathered in joyful assembly in Hebrews 12:23. The perfect ones, says Paul, are humans who have been transformed into angels and are now working with God. What do they do? Paul says the perfected beings will judge the world. However, he uses the Greek term for ‘cosmos’, not world. “Do ye not know that the saints shall judge the cosmos?,” says Paul in 1 Corinthians 6:2.

What does it mean to “judge” the cosmos? 

What if it means the perfected ones fan out into the cosmos and bring ‘alignment’ or judgment to other civilizations? This is what the Russian Cosmists say. They believe that colonizing space will lead to the perfection of the human race. More, it is possible, that ancient perfected ones left their home far away in the galaxy and came to earth long ago. Would these perfected ones be the angels gathered at the Second Coming who come from all over the cosmos?

In the Tibetan tradition, the perfect ones are humans who have attained or perfected their Rainbow Light Body. They have risen to their highest and most glorious potential. Now, they can phase between their physical and celestial body and interact with all the other perfect light humans inhabiting the glorified regions of our universe. 

The Rainbow Light Body is similar to, if not the same as, the Glory Body or Resurrection Body of Christianity. 

What if the perfected ones travel from planet to planet bringing this light body teaching with them?

My question is answered by Jesus in The Apocryphon of John: 

“And he (the chief archon) repented for everything which had come into being through him. This time he planned to bring a flood upon the work of man. But the greatness of the light of the foreknowledge informed Noah, and he proclaimed (it) to all the offspring which are the sons of men. But those who were strangers to him did not listen to him. It is not as Moses said, ‘They hid themselves in an ark’ (Gn 7: 7), but they hid themselves in a place, not only Noah, but also many other people from the immovable race. They went into a place and hid themselves in a luminous cloud. And he (Noah) recognized his authority, and she who belongs to the light was with him, having shone on them because he (the chief archon) had brought darkness upon the whole earth.

The ‘chief archon’ mentioned here is one of a group of archons the Gnostics believed created the matrix in which we are imprisoned.  This archon brought about the Flood of Noah. However, Jesus is saying that Noah was forewarned of the coming cataclysm. He preached to and taught a group of people — the immovable race, also called the immovable race of perfect light humans — to hide in a luminous cloud (not an ark) in which to ride out the devastation to come. Presumably, after the cataclysm, they re-emerged from this cloud of light. I call them “the Immortals of the Sheath”. These illustrious figures possessed a cloak, fog, mist or sheath called She or Sheeth, but spelled Sidhe, that gave them superpowers called Sidhe in the Vedas. Among these powers is the ability to sheeth themselves in a Rainbow Light Body.

After the flood, God made a covenant with Noah and all his descendants that never again would the human family be threatened with total annihilation by flood. The sign God gave Noah to assure him of this covenant was the rainbow. “Whenever the rainbow appears in the clouds I will remember my covenant” (Genesis 9:16).

Am I suggesting that Noah’s perfection is a reference to him being an enlightened being who manifested his glorious, perfect Rainbow Light Body (and this is the ‘cloud’ of the immovable race of the Apocryphon of John and the Immortals of the Sheath)? 


Preparing in this sense is what Jesus means by preparing for his return? 


Corroboration for my speculation comes from the only other person in the Old Testament who walked with God, Noah’s great-grandfather, Enoch, who was a descendent of Seth. 

Genesis 5:24

“Enoch walked with God, and then he was no more, because God had taken him away.”

Enoch was the first human to ascend. 

The Essenes made a superhero out of Enoch, telling how the Archangel Michael anointed Enoch with an oil that perfected Enoch’s earthly body / flesh, and transmuted it into a state that matched the holy angels, including the fathers of the Nephilim offspring. 

The holy ones, or angels, as we know, have bodies of light. This is the form in which humans can walk with God. This is the form that pleases God. When humans live righteous lives dedicated to perfecting their light body (through acts of love, kindness and wisdom) and He judges that we are perfect, we are rewarded with the ability to transfer to other worlds. 

The author of the Hebrews amplifies this saying, “By faith Enoch was transferred, that he should not see death, and was not found, because God had transferred him; for before his transference he had the witness that he had pleased God well.” (Hebrews 11:5)

What if Noah had achieved perfection and it was his transformation into an angelic light body that enabled him to survive the devastating cataclysm to come by transferring to another region of space via the Great Pyramid?

What if more than just Noah’s family survived. The Epistle of Jude (1:14-15) says says 14 Enoch, the seventh from Adam, prophesied about them: “See, the Lord is coming with thousands upon thousands of his holy ones 15 to judge everyone, and to convict all of them of all the ungodly acts they have committed in their ungodliness, and of all the defiant words ungodly sinners have spoken against him.”

What if these thousands of angels are coming in order align us with them?


Noah is described as a “preacher of righteousness” in 2 Peter 2:5.

The exoteric or mundane meaning of this is that he had spent years warning his friends and neighbors what God was about to do. No one listened. Binging probably. 

Noah separated himself from all the other humans of his time and set about preparing. He began to perfect his body…and called others to do so, too.

Esoterically, Noah is not like some modern day crazy person on Facebook posting memes proclaiming the end is near, he is more like the priestly Teacher of Righteousness of the Essenes calling and leading the pure of heart to higher ground (emotionally, physically, spiritually and mentally).

This mysterious teacher figure, the high priest of the heart, emerges from behind the veil as the voice of God and, says the Essenes Damascus Document, founds the Essene community. He is the King of Righteousness, which means right action and perfection. He guides the Essenes in the ways of the heart. His title may have been derived from such biblical passages as Hosea 10:12, “it is time to seek the Lord, till He come and cause righteousness to rain upon you.” 

The exact identity of the Preacher / Teacher of Righteousness is not known. This title is an office of a being who rains righteousness. There is a succession of office holders, including the enigmatic and exotic Melchizedek. 

Dead Sea Scroll scholar DuPont Somers believed Jesus was a reincarnation of this figure. 

As this figure brings rain, and, therefore, is a rain maker, I personally believe it was James, the brother of Jesus who was the Teacher of Righteousness. He was a high priest, a teacher of mysteries, producer of the Oil of Joy, and a way shower for his brother. He was known as the Rainmaker to the Essenes. He was a Teacher of Righteousness.

I am wondering, what if Noah preceded Melchizedek as the founder of this order?

This would mean this perfected ones were established before the Flood and carried on after wards.

The light body is our guiding star. Aligning with it. Living through it. Rising to meet it. This is our Way Forward. Proverbs 11:5 The righteousness of the perfect shall direct his way: but the wicked shall fall by his own wickedness.

We’re told that he was “moved with godly fear” and built an ark “for the saving of his household” as God had instructed him (Hebrews 11:7). “Make yourself an ark of gopherwood; make rooms in the ark, and cover it inside and outside with pitch,” said God (Genesis 6:14). 

God saved Noah because he was willing to rise and attain his complete and perfect light body. 

After the Flood, he could phase back into his physical body, repopulate the planet and re-establish human society.

If the Days of Noah are upon us, now is the time to act toward manifesting our greatest wholeness, holiness and perfection. 

Now is the time to flood the world with love and light.


Genesis 6: 3-7 says Noah spent as many as 120 years building a vessel to ride out the cataclysm.The common conception is that this some sort of wooden boat. Was it?

The humans of Noah’s time had the same brain capacity as we do. Surely they would seek to build a sturdier container in which to ride out the devastating cataclysm to come. 

Like what?

How about the Great Pyramid? 

Most don’t realize that soon after the time in which the Genesis story was assembled there was a widespread understanding among Jewish and early Christian scholars that the Ark of Noah was pyramid-shaped. 

Writers like Origin, in Genesis Homily 2, Philo in Questions and Answers on Genesis 2.5, and Clement in Stomata 6.11 proclaimed that the Ark was pyramidal in shape. 

This belief is derived from the description in Genesis, which detailed that the Ark is 300 by 50 cubits at the base, but ascended to a tiny window at its apex that was one cubit square. To fit this description, the ship could only have been pyramidal. 

Recently interpreted Dead Sea Scrolls say the same thing, illustrating the point that the Essenes understood the Ark was pyramidal. 

A pyramid-shaped ark? Did people of Noah’s generation save themselves by going inside, gasp, for instance, gasp, a pyramid like the Great Pyramid, the gateway to Eternity of the ancient Egyptians?

The Great Pyramid is not just a pointed container, like the Ark, it is a transfiguration chamber that transferred humans between worlds. It enabled them to become star walkers. Transfiguration means to ‘change’ form. As in the example of Jesus, it leads to the metamorphosis of our earthly flesh into celestial flesh that shines like the sun. As the sun is plasma, the transfiguration refers to a shift from a carbon-based body to one of plasma.

The massiveness of the Great Pyramid complex suggests this was an enormous project executed by a group of super geniuses. Was the biblical Noah included? No one can say. Traditional Egyptology dates the construction of the Great Pyramid to 2,250 B.C. This timeline has been challenged by geologists like Dr. Robert Schoch who propose it was constructed before 10,000 B.C.

If we substitute ‘ark’ for ‘pyramid’ the Genesis account can be read with greater accuracy. Humanity built a pyramid to ride out the flood. After the waters receded, humanity re-emerged.

The fact that Noah’s family were great builders is noted in Genesis. Within three generations after the Flood, Noah’s great-grandson, Nimrod, founds an empire in which the whole world was united by one language and common speech. 

Nimrod builds the city of Nineveh and the Tower of Babel (Genesis 11:1-9) with its top reaching into the heavens, so that humanity can make a name for itself, otherwise we would be scattered over the face of the earth. But the Lord came down to see the city and tower the people were building and said, “if as one people speaking the same language they have begun to do this, then othering they plan to do will be impossible for them.”

So, the Lord scattered humanity and stopped us from building the ladder to heaven. 

Nimrod is called a mighty one because he inherited a cloak or garment that gave him super powers. Apparently, he was not a righteous as his ancestor and mis-used his power. He was like the Nephiim offspring of the fallen angels, whom we will discuss momentarily. (So was Noah’s father. Lamech, who was described as being shining and luminous, like the angels who engendered the Nephilim.)

The Babel (‘ladder’, ‘tower’, ‘stairway’) was a tower upon which humans could ascend to God, and God could descend to earth. “Let us build ourselves a city, and tower with its top in the heavens, and let us make a name for ourselves,” says Genesis 11:4.

The word name means fame or renown, but it also means glory. The Name of God is a vibration that elevates humanity to a level of purity unimaginable to those who do not possess it. With this vibration, “nothing will be impossible” for humans.

Unfortunately, there was, and always has been, opposition to humanity achieving this Name. Humanity’s tower was destroyed or disabled. The reason for this is given in Genesis, God wanted humanity to disperse and spread across the earth, rather than focusing on the pyramid and its unlimited possibilities. 

What if the pyramid and the perfect light body go together?

William Henry is a Nashville-based author, investigative mythologist, and TV presenter. He is an internationally recognized authority on human spiritual potential, transformation and ascension


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