What I am about to post should shine a logical light on the colourful lies coming from Alan Douglas, Richard Ruff and the Congregation of Lord RayEL aka Raymond Elwood, (among other numerous names). In fact, what I am about to post could easily be used against Alan Douglas in his “Proof Court” he always loves to tout as if everything he puts forward can be proven. 

This will be a bit long but please bare with me, the point of which I will make at the end. I have pointed out to Alan Douglas / Angelus Domini in many a forum that his Lord of Storms and Torah Codes showing and proving his path of destruction over the past years is something that was known to be coming a long time ago, much much longer than ‘Lord RayEL’ has ever been around. This list will show and prove that what we are seeing today in “Climate Change” and/or “Global Warming” has been foreseen for a long time, that the climate would in fact change in an expeditious way.

Our journey begins between 1800-1870

Level of carbon dioxide gas (CO2) in the atmosphere, as later measured in ancient ice, is about 290 ppm (parts per million).

Mean global temperature (1850-1890) is roughly 13.7°C.

First Industrial Revolution. Coal, railroads, and land clearing speed up greenhouse gas emission, while better agriculture and sanitation speed up population growth.


Fourier calculates that the Earth would be far colder if it lacked an atmosphere.


Tyndall discovers that some gases block infrared radiation. He suggests that changes in the concentration of the gases could bring climate change.



Arrhenius publishes first calculation of global warming from human emissions of CO2.



Chamberlin produces a model for global carbon exchange including feedbacks.



Second Industrial Revolution. Fertilizers and other chemicals, electricity, and public health further accelerate growth.



World War I; governments learn to mobilize and control industrial societies.



Opening of Texas and Persian Gulf oil fields inaugurates era of cheap energy.



Global warming trend since late 19th century reported.

Milankovitch proposes orbital changes as the cause of ice ages.



Callendar argues that CO2 greenhouse global warming is underway, reviving interest in the question.



World War II. Military grand strategy is largely driven by a struggle to control oil fields.



US Office of Naval Research begins generous funding of many fields of science, some of which happen to be useful for understanding climate change.



Ewing and Donn offer a feedback model for quick ice age onset.

Phillips produces a somewhat realistic computer model of the global atmosphere.


Plass calculates that adding CO2 to the atmosphere will have a significant effect on the radiation balance.



Launch of Soviet Sputnik satellite. Cold War concerns support 1957-58 International Geophysical Year, bringing new funding and coordination to climate studies.


Revelle finds that CO2 produced by humans will not be readily absorbed by the oceans.



Telescope studies show a greenhouse effect raises temperature of the atmosphere of Venus far above the boiling point of water.



Mitchell reports downturn of global temperatures since the early 1940s.


Keeling accurately measures CO2 in the Earth’s atmosphere and detects an annual rise. =>CO2 greenhouse The level is 315 ppm. Mean global temperature (five-year average) is 13.9°C.



Cuban Missile Crisis, peak of the Cold War.



Calculations suggest that feedback with water vapor could make the climate acutely sensitive to changes in CO2 level.



Boulder, Colo. meeting on causes of climate change: Lorenz and others point out the chaotic nature of climate system and the possibility of sudden shifts.



Emiliani’s analysis of deep-sea cores and Broecker’s analysis of ancient corals show that the timing of ice ages was set by small orbital shifts, suggesting that the climate system is sensitive to small changes.



International Global Atmospheric Research Program established, mainly to gather data for better short-range weather prediction, but including climate.


Manabe and Wetherald make a convincing calculation that doubling CO2 would raise world temperatures a couple of degrees.



Studies suggest a possibility of collapse of Antarctic ice sheets, which would raise sea levels catastrophically.



Astronauts walk on the Moon, and people perceive the Earth as a fragile whole.


Budyko and Sellers present models of catastrophic ice-albedo feedbacks.


Nimbus III satellite begins to provide comprehensive global atmospheric temperature measurements.



First Earth Day. Environmental movement attains strong influence, spreads concern about global degradation.


Creation of US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the world’s leading funder of climate research.


Aerosols from human activity are shown to be increasing swiftly. Bryson claims they counteract global warming and may bring serious cooling



SMIC conference of leading scientists reports a danger of rapid and serious global change caused by humans, calls for an organized research effort.


Mariner 9 spacecraft finds a great dust storm warming the atmosphere of Mars, plus indications of a radically different climate in the past.



Ice cores and other evidence show big climate shifts in the past between relatively stable modes in the space of a thousand years or so, especially around 11,000 years ago.


Droughts in Africa, Ukraine, India cause world food crisis, spreading fears about climate change.



Oil embargo and price rise bring first “energy crisis”.



Serious droughts since 1972 increase concern about climate, with cooling from aerosols suspected to be as likely as warming; scientists are doubtful as journalists talk of a new ice age.



Warnings about environmental effects of airplanes leads to investigations of trace gases in the stratosphere and discovery of danger to ozone layer.


Manabe and collaborators produce complex but plausible computer models which show a temperature rise of several degrees for doubled CO2



Studies show that CFCs (1975) and also methane and ozone (1976) can make a serious contribution to the greenhouse effect.

Deep-sea cores show a dominating influence from 100,000-year Milankovitch orbital changes, emphasizing the role of feedbacks.

Deforestation and other ecosystem changes are recognized as major factors in the future of the climate.


Eddy shows that there were prolonged periods without sunspots in past centuries, corresponding to cold periods .



Scientific opinion tends to converge on global warming, not cooling, as the chief climate risk in next century.



Attempts to coordinate climate research in US end with an inadequate National Climate Program Act, accompanied by rapid but temporary growth in funding.



Second oil “energy crisis.” Strengthened environmental movement encourages renewable energy sources, inhibits nuclear energy growth.


US National Academy of Sciences report finds it highly credible that doubling CO2 will bring 1.5-4.5°C global warming.

World Climate Research Programme launched to coordinate international research.



Election of Reagan brings backlash against environmental movement to power. Political conservatism is linked to skepticism about global warming.


IBM Personal Computer introduced. Advanced economies are increasingly delinked from energy.


Hansen and others show that sulfate aerosols can significantly cool the climate, raising confidence in models showing future greenhouse warming.


Some scientists predict greenhouse warming “signal” should be visible by about the year 2000.



Greenland ice cores reveal drastic temperature oscillations in the space of a century in the distant past.

Strong global warming since mid-1970s is reported, with 1981 the warmest year on record.



Reports from US National Academy of Sciences and Environmental Protection Agency spark conflict, as greenhouse warming becomes prominent in mainstream politics.



Ramanathan and collaborators announce that global warming may come twice as fast as expected, from rise of methane and other trace greenhouse gases.


Villach Conference declares consensus among experts that some global warming seems inevitable, calls on governments to consider international agreements to restrict emissions.


Antarctic ice cores show that CO2 and temperature went up and down together through past ice ages, pointing to powerful biological and geochemical feedbacks.


Broecker speculates that a reorganization of North Atlantic Ocean circulation can bring swift and radical climate change.



Meltdown of reactor at Chernobyl (Soviet Union) cripples plans to replace fossil fuels with nuclear power.



Montreal Protocol of the Vienna Convention imposes international restrictions on emission of ozone-destroying gases.



News media coverage of global warming leaps upward following record heat and droughts plus testimony by Hansen.


Toronto conference calls for strict, specific limits on greenhouse gas emissions; UK Prime Minister Thatcher is first major leader to call for action.


Ice-core and biology studies confirm living ecosystems give climate feedback by way of methane, which could accelerate global warming.


Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) is established.



Fossil-fuel and other U.S. industries form Global Climate Coalition to tell politicians and the public that climate science is too uncertain to justify action.



First IPCC report says world has been warming and future warming seems likely.



Mt. Pinatubo explodes; Hansen predicts cooling pattern, verifying (by 1995) computer models of aerosol effects.

Global warming skeptics claim that 20th-century temperature changes followed from solar influences. (The solar-climate correlation would fail in the following decade.) Studies from 55 million years ago show possibility of eruption of methane from the seabed with enormous self-sustained warming.



Conference in Rio de Janeiro produces UN Framework Convention on Climate Change, but US blocks calls for serious action.


Study of ancient climates reveals climate sensitivity in same range as predicted independently by computer models.



Greenland ice cores suggest that great climate changes (at least on a regional scale) can occur in the space of a single decade. change



Second IPCC report detects “signature” of human-caused greenhouse effect warming, declares that serious warming is likely in the coming century.


Reports of the breaking up of Antarctic ice shelves and other signs of actual current warming in polar regions begin affecting public opinion.



Toyota introduces Prius in Japan, first mass-market electric hybrid car; swift progress in large wind turbines and other energy alternatives.


International conference produces Kyoto Protocol, setting targets for industrialized nations to reduce greenhouse gas emissions if enough nations sign onto a treaty (rejected by US Senate in advance).



A “Super El Niño” makes this an exceptionally warm year, equaled in later years but not clearly exceeded until 2014. Borehole data confirm extraordinary warming trend. =>Modern temp’s Qualms about arbitrariness in computer models diminish as teams model ice-age climate and dispense with special adjustments to reproduce current climate.



Criticism that satellite measurements show no warming are dismissed by National Academy Panel.

Ramanathan detects massive “brown cloud” of aerosols from South Asia.



Global Climate Coalition dissolves as many corporations grapple with threat of warming, but oil lobby convinces US administration to deny problem.


Variety of studies emphasize variability and importance of biological feedbacks in carbon cycle, liable to accelerate warming.



Third IPCC report states baldly that global warming, unprecedented since the end of the last ice age, is “very likely,” with highly damaging future impacts =>Impacts and possible severe surprises. Effective end of debate among all but a few scientists.


Bonn meeting, with participation of most countries but not US, develops mechanisms for working towards Kyoto targets.

National Academy panel sees a “paradigm shift” in scientific recognition of the risk of abrupt climate change (decade-scale).

Warming observed in ocean basins; match with computer models gives a clear signature of greenhouse effect warming.



Studies find surprisingly strong “global dimming,” due to pollution, has retarded arrival of greenhouse warming, but dimming is now decreasing.



Numerous observations raise concern that collapse of ice sheets (West Antarctica, Greenland) can raise sea levels faster than most had believed.


Deadly summer heat wave in Europe accelerates divergence between European and US public opinion.



First major books, movie and art work featuring global warming appear.



Kyoto treaty goes into effect, signed by major industrial nations except US. Work to retard emissions accelerates in Japan, Western Europe, US regional governments and corporations.

Hurricane Katrina and other major tropical storms spur debate over impact of global warming on storm intensity.



In longstanding “hockey stick” controversy, scientists conclude post-1980 global warming was unprecedented for centuries or more. =>Modern temp’s The rise could not be attributed to changes in solar energy.


“An Inconvenient Truth” documentary persuades many but sharpens political polarization.


China overtakes the United States as the world’s biggest emitter of CO2.



Fourth IPCC report warns that serious effects of warming have become evident; cost of reducing emissions would be far less than the damage they will cause.


Greenland and Antarctic ice sheets and Arctic Ocean sea-ice cover found to be shrinking faster than expected.



Climate scientists (although not the public) recognize that even if all greenhouse gas emissions could be halted immediately, global warming will continue for millennia.



Many experts warn that global warming is arriving at a faster and more dangerous pace than anticipated just a few years earlier.


Excerpts from stolen e-mails of climate scientists fuel public skepticism.


Copenhagen conference fails to negotiate binding agreements: end of hopes of avoiding dangerous future climate change.



Controversial “attribution” studies find recent disastrous heat waves, droughts, extremes of precipitation, and floods were made worse by global warming.



An apparent pause or “hiatus” in global warming of the atmosphere since 1998 is discussed and explained; the atmosphere is still warming, and the oceans have continued to get rapidly warmer.



Researchers find collapse of West Antarctic ice sheet is irreversible, will bring meters of sea level rise over future centuries.


Paris Agreement: nearly all nations pledge to set targets for their own greenhouse gas cuts and to report their progress.


Mean global temperature is 14.7°C, the warmest in thousands of years. Level of CO2 in the atmosphere reaches 400 ppm, the highest in millions of years.


Now regardless of what you want to call this, Global Warming, Climate Change or Gods Wrath, what you cannot call it is the doing of the “Lord of Storms Rayel’s chastisement of the world and Babylon” in any way shape or form.

See, what Alan Douglas AKA Angelus Domini wants everyone to believe is that Lord RayEL caused this, that all the bad weather happening is due to RayEL since his arrival in 2011.  Modern Civilization knew these earth changes were occurring way before RayEL and the Ecumenical Order of Christ’s extremely vague Torah Codes ever did.

These dates and data cited above will show most people the same logical thing and debunks more of the lies that is peddled from the International Congregation of Lord RayEL.   I believe this should obviously prove that AD, Alan Douglas/Angelus Domini is doing only one thing and that is riding on the coattails of opportunity to convince people that Raymond Elwood Lear, Howard Lear, RayEL brought in all this bad weather and earthquakes etc when we the people knew it was coming way before Raymond Elwood ever did or ever was.

Jimmy Goodrich, 2016

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