Ch. 1 - The End of the Mesozoic Era – A Ripe Fig Fell Off the Tree.
ichthyosaur Malawania anachronus
fossil - ichthyosaur Malawania anachronus
Cretaceous–Paleogene (K–Pg) extinction event
The timeline is 66 million years ago. A marine reptile called ichthyosaur Malawania anachronus swims the Tethys Sea which covered what became Babylon, Mesopotamia and modern day Iraq. Shown above, it looks like the forefather of a dolphin. On the other side of the planet, the fury of God in the form of a meteor descends upon an 112 mile wide area which would become the Yucatan Peninsula in the Gulf of Mexico. Its impact is known as the Cretaceous–Paleogene (K–Pg) extinction event and the meteor’s impact resulted in the mass extinction of approximately 75% of the plant and animal species on earth, including all non-avian dinosaurs. Its resultant effects were a global impact winter that blocked the photosynthesis of plants and plankton. Tetrapod species in aquatic ecosystems weighing more that 55 pounds did not survive. Through evolution, avian dinosaurs became the birds of modern time.
The geologic signature of a meteor strike is Iridium dispersant from the meteor, upon impact. Iridium has an Atomic Number of 77. This was God’s “calling card”. The meteor impact marked the end of the Cretaceous Period and Mesozoic Era and this change is seen throughout the world in marine and terrestrial rocks by a layer of sediment with high levels of Iridium. The Cenozoic Era which followed continues today. Had the K-Pg event not occurred, man would have never had dominion over the earth:
Genesis 1:24-26 24 Then God said: Let the earth bring forth every kind of living creature: tame animals, crawling things, and every kind of wild animal. And so it happened: 25God made every kind of wild animal, every kind of tame animal, and every kind of thing that crawls on the ground. God saw that it was good. 26 Then God said: Let us make human beings in our image, after our likeness. Let them have dominion over the fish of the sea, the birds of the air, the tame animals, all the wild animals, and all the creatures that crawl on the earth. 27God created mankind in his image; in the image of God he created them; male and female he created them.
History of an abundant and diverse tropical marine fauna reside in the limestone from millions of years of sedimentary forces in the Tethys. Intense compressional forces in the sedimentary layers resulting from the movement of land masses, created fossil fuels: Oil, coal and natural gas. These are described biblically as the apocolyptic Wine of God’s Fury in Revelation Ch. 14, the Bowls of God’s Fury in Revelation Ch. 16, and the wine of Babylon’s Licentious Passion in Ch.’s 14 and 18. Tethys Sea remnants remain today as the Mediterranean, Black, Caspian and Aral Seas.
The remnants of the ichthyosaur Malawania anachronous fossil were found in 1950 in Iraq lining a mule track as a stepping stone. It’s a symbol of what lies beneath the sands of the Middle East and North Africa. They’re also a symbol of walking past something so significant, yet we never recognize the sign.
This symbol is called God’s Fury.
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