Sunday, March 11, 2012

Hemlock, MI

We have reached the end of days. It was spoken to us by all of the great Biblical prophets and even by the Lord Jesus Christ hisself. They say that no one will know the hour or the place when he comes back, but he will. As surely as I write these words on what's left of my kitchen wall, I assure you that today is the day.

2 Peter 3:10 says "But the day of the Lord will come as unexpectedly as a thief. Then the heavens will pass away with a terrible noise, and the very elements themselves will disappear in fire, and the earth and everything on it will be found to deserve judgment." The fire has already come to this Earth, and those of us who remain alive remain here for the Lord to judge to our faces. Those who are saved and pure in His eyes will rise to Heaven with Him. Away from all of this Earthly nonsense that drags us down, and away from all of the sinners trying to drag us down.

While the Lord may have destroyed all of those sinners in hedonistic cities like Detroit and Chicago, he left the good folk of Hemlock, Michigan here safe and sound. I don't need to tell you it's because we're a God-fearing people in this city. We watched the heavenly fog descend down on the city of Saginaw, destroying all the infidels in that city a couple of weeks back. We all knew for sure it'd be our turn to rise to Heaven with the Lord soon. Just as Revelation said, the sixth seal would bring the heavens raining down on all the cities of the Earth, and the Good Lord did not disappoint.

We, the remaining Christians of Hemlock, Michigan await the coming of our Lord and Savior. His coming is soon, and we shall all be ready.

Date Retrieved: 12-9-2023
Date Written: June-August 2017 (estimated)

Location: These messages were found carved into a wall inside a collapsed Methodist Church in the rural city of Hemlock, Michigan. Rubble from other walls within the building also contained carvings, though this piece was by far the longest one in tact.

Other Notes: The carvings were made in the church sanctuary's wooden paneling and appear to be made with a fairly blunt object such as a stick or bone rather than a knife. Upon initial inspection of the building, 14 skeletons were found in various states of decay. Excavations completed in September and October of 2023 have revealed additional information indicating that upwards of 90 people were inside the church for an extended period of time. While exact numbers cannot be confirmed, it is presumed that at least one-half of the individuals inside the church were consumed in acts of cannibalism. Hemlock was a landing point for a secondary extraterrestrial attack in early 2019, an event which likely wiped out the remaining survivors.

About the Author: Interested in reading more by Tim B.? See his writing

NOTE TO READERS AND SITE AUTHORS:  I apologize for the inconsistant posting the last two weeks.  Following a large blizzard, I had to have my DSL line completely replaced.  It was fixed once, for about a day, but crashed again and they just finished the work this a.m. Again I apologize to author Tim B. for the delay in posting this piece and I apologize to readers who may have been waiting to hear more about the apocalypse :)

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