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Did you know:

That the words apocalypse and calypso have the same etymology?

One is our first and final true experience of hell come to earth – where the ground will shake and our backs will crack; tribes of unearthly demons of all colors, shapes and sizes will rise and drink the blood of the vine of the earth, wailing and gnashing their teeth and fornicating before the mighty lamb of Zion. Repent, for it is said that “…where the sun scorches the sand, you will witness the fall of Babylon.”
The other is the apocalypse.