A Marvelous Creation

indexThere is a creator. There is also a destroyer. The Creator makes all things beautiful. The destroyer turns all beautiful things ugly. But there is also a great deception. The destroyer does not turn all things ugly overtly. The destruction is subtle. It is like a cancer, creeping in unnoticed until the full-blown cancer consumes the victim. It is a process of uncanny deception. It deceives by camouflaging beauty as ugly, and ugly as beauty. It has been going on unnoticed since the creation of man. Very soon, that cancer will reach terminal stage. And the rest will be history.

That deception is Gaia. Wiki explains, The Gaia hypothesis, also known as Gaia theory or Gaia principle, proposes that organisms interact with their inorganic surroundings on Earth to form a self-regulating, complex system that contributes to maintaining the conditions for life on the planet.” The language used is subtle.  It sounds scientific, maintaining bio-balance.  Where is the deception?

In the 1970s, the chemist James Lovelock and co-developer microbiologist Lynn Margulis formulated and hypothesised this Gaia theory. It is not science but a convoluted philosophy as alluded by Wiki. It has since taken a whole meaning of its own. It has become a new age philosophy, a philosophy nonetheless. There is really no difference between Marxist communism philosophy preached by the founder Karl Marx, or any other esoteric philosophies. Going deep into the rabbit hole, Gaia is nothing more than worship of mother earth. Mother earth is our sustenance. Without her, we perish!

Now look again at the beauty of creation. How awesome! How splendid! And who destroys all these beautiful creation? Us. The earth cannot sustain life. God can. Worship not the earth. Worship the Creator GOD YWYH. Below are wonders of nature through the eyes of the camera man Craig Goodwin (pictures taken from the Daily Mail.)

Washington photographer Craig Goodwin, 46, has been capturing breathtaking images of star trails across Western America in 2014. Pictured here are the Northern Lights over Priest Lake Resort, which Goodwin photographed from a fire pit  Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3135553/Craig-Goodwin-travels-America-capture-star-trails.html#ixzz3dyxZeYqf Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook

Washington photographer Craig Goodwin, 46, has been capturing breathtaking images of star trails across Western America in 2014. Pictured here are the Northern Lights over Priest Lake Resort, which Goodwin photographed from a fire pit

The Northern Lights erupts next to a Christ Lutheran Church of England in Rocklyn, Washington. Goodwin travels to Washington, Idaho and Arizona to escape pitch black skies awash with city lights to shoot nature's stars in their full glory Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3135553/Craig-Goodwin-travels-America-capture-star-trails.

The Northern Lights erupts next to a Christ Lutheran Church of England in Rocklyn, Washington. Goodwin travels to Washington, Idaho and Arizona to escape pitch black skies awash with city lights to shoot nature’s stars in their full glory

 Goodwin uses a Nikon D600 camera to capture his stunning images, such as this one of the Milky Way band stretching over Palouse Falls State Park in Washington  Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3135553/Craig-Goodwin-travels-America-capture-star-trails.html#ixzz3dyyRcyDX Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook

Goodwin uses a Nikon D600 camera to capture his stunning images, such as this one of the Milky Way band stretching over Palouse Falls State Park in Washington

Here Goodwin uses this barn in Lincoln County, Washington as a contrast for the vast spoke of the Milky Way against the night sky  Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3135553/Craig-Goodwin-travels-America-capture-star-trails.html#ixzz3dyytKJ2g Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook

Here Goodwin uses this barn in Lincoln County, Washington as a contrast for the vast spoke of the Milky Way against the night sky

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Psalm 77:11
I will remember the works of the Lord: surely I will remember thy wonders of old.


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