Pages tagged with Apocalyptic

To rebuild a colony in an apocalyptic scenario it is important to understand the importance of politics.
In a hidden cabin in the Australian countryside, two brothers hide from the deadly Red Queen virus that has spread across the Earth leaving death in its wake. This is not like any other apocalyptic virus story you have read. Red Queen is by Australian writer Honey Brown - this is a re...
A dark little poem that I thought up recently. Comments are open.
There are a number of theories surrounding the December 21, 2012 end of time predictions. No one really knows anymore than anyone else. Our "end of days" could come before this date. What should be our focus?
The patron’s handsome Native American face was a study of agony, eyes slammed tightly shut, voices of the centuries howling through his mind. To have found his Yllai after all these decades in the hands of her raper was very nearly more than he could stand. A quick and painful act...
This article is base on a short story I started to write. The story is about a fictional scenario about the Apocalypse.
This idea of Jesus returning a second time was a well known concept in the first century Jewish mind.
This article explores the possibility that the bible belt is in tornado alley for a reason and, perhaps, Joplin, Missouri got raptured.
In the near future, as we approach the end time, there will be judgemental consequences to face, and nerve racking moments that will pose thought provoking questions, of which the dynamics will reflect in certain elliptical manifestations, of signs in the heavens, and in the atmospher...
The second event on my big trip to the city. (You should probably be warned at this point that this part of the story gets escessivly violent so if you arent into that kind of thing I recommend you skip to part 4)
My hunt for my last hope continues as I delve deeper and deeper into the world at the end of existance.
I attempt to survive another day in urban apocalyptia alone, hungery and ultimatly doomed.
A poem found on the wall of the derelictic Brixton Trainstation.
Finally out the door after having been sat on for some time, here is part four of the Lost Humanity series, Broken Lines. I highly advise starting from the beginning, with Lost Humanity: Ground Zero, which can be found through this URL.
This originally had been meant to be only one section of the next chapter, Broken Lines, but it carried on for eleven pages, until finally I decided to release this as its own chapter. It's shorter than the others, I think, but still a hefty read.
The second section to my story, also a bit old, but recently revised and brought up to share, this is an immediate followup from Lost Humanity: Ground Zero, which is also up here and if you haven't read that, you should probably read it first. For those who can't be asked doing that, ...
This will turn into a very long production. Lost Humanity has been a pet project of mine for a while now. I have kind of fallen behind on it, but that's about to turn around (I hope). To start, here is the prologue to the (hopefully) episodic release of Lost Humanity, a tale of the en...
"God doesn't like us any more" "What, so we've got like 5 seconds before He just blinks us out of existence?" "No, All the angels are in human form coming to kill one pregnant lady..." "What?"
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