Sometime between the years of A.D. 81 and A.D. 96, a persecuted Christian called John the Divine went to the Greek island of Patmos and wrote the BOOK OF REVELATION. Theologians and scholars to this day do not know if this author was also St. John the Apostle, personal friend of Jesus Christ. However, detractors and the devout alike all agree that the product of “John’s” pen has demonstrated itself as one of the most mysterious books ever written.
It is a book of wonders and horrors, of ciphers and hints, of truth and the most terrifying confusion. It is a book of riddles, symbols, and metaphors that presage the end of the world. It is a book endlessly discussed and bitterly argued over. However, in its illuminated pages lie one passage which seems wholly literal and free from the need for interpretation.
It’s a pinpoint physical description of Heaven.
Some twenty-two hundred years later, the world is much different than is it today. It is a stultifying theocracy in which “God” (whichever name His followers choose to give him) is worshiped, praised, and hallowed via incomprehensible technologies and horrifying philosophies. And now, after a few more centuries of analysis, astrophysicists and monumental cryptographic computers have deciphered all of the clues that John the Divine infused into his Book: not just the appearance of Heaven but also its exact location.
In the year A.D 2202, we send a ship to go there…