Guest Writer Royal Cubit Bio and Articles
I grew up in a home where one grandmother was a devout Southern Baptist and the other grandmother was a devout Mormon. One could say the battle of Armageddon was fought in my living room between my two grandmothers. They were each trying to indoctrinate their grandchildren into their way of thinking. They each brought children’s books to me and my siblings explaining the various doctrines of their beliefs. The practice caused more than one fight between my parents. As a result, my father banned the teaching of religion in the house and declared that each child would choose their own faith without influence.
I was only five years old at the time and became fascinated with the Apocalypse. It had dragons, great wars, heroes, etc. It was more like a comic book than religion to me. It was one of the first books I learned to read. I have read the book completely more than a thousand times.
In 1980 at age 20, I received a Bachelor’s Degree in Electronics Engineering. I worked in the defense industry in avionics where I learned navigation theory.
In order to obtain information at a quicker pace, I developed a technique where I scanned books at a rapid rate. I simply focused on each page as quickly as possible. I developed an interface to the information that works like an Internet search engine. The results were amazing and my job performance peaked.
I had a friend who worked for Caltech as an astronomer; he got me interested in astronomy. He worked nights mapping the sky for Earth-crossing bodies. He shared some of the details of his findings with me.
Later, I worked for a manufacturer of very large telescopes as a software engineer. I learned a lot about astronomy. I worked on image servers and adaptive optics systems used in large binocular telescopes. I am familiar with the type of systems deployed on Mt. Graham in Arizona, Gemini North in Hawaii and Gemini South in Chile.
After applying information I discovered about Planet X to the Book of Revelation, I developed a simple key to deciphering the message contained in the book.
I am now dedicated to sharing that message with the world.