Some of my readers may have noticed a shift on my blog from a focus on end times prophecy to topics like spirituality and consciousness. Despite years of research and several books explaining why I think end times prophecies will unfold between 2016-2019, I don’t feel as if there is much else I can say on such topics. 2016 was less eventful than I expected, and maybe we will be lucky and the next few years will be stable and uneventful.
I have decided to focus on researching my next book, tentatively titled:
in which spirituality, consciousness, self-awareness, ancient wisdom, and personal growth will be the dominant topics. Will I gain new blog followers or lose the ones I had already attracted? Of my top ten posts in 2016, SIX were about prophecy, three were about upcoming economic collapse, and one was about the threat posed by militant Islam.
And although it was interesting to no one else but me – it was a personal nail-biter to see which of my posts would get the most views for the year (2016). Perry Stone’s visions of future catastrophes had an early lead, while my post about Donald Trump in prophecy was only written in May and got off to a slow start… By November my Trump post was gaining views and narrowing the gap… it came down to the wire even in the final minutes…
Perry Stone Predictions include Tsunamis and Dictatorship – 8,345 views in 2016
Donald Trump in Prophecy? “The Last Trump”– 8,344 views
Thomas Horn explains Prophecy Event Due in 2016 – a distant third place at 3,417 views
I was happy to get more than twenty views on posts about spirituality and consciousness.
So I may occasionally still post on topics like prophecy and economic collapse when I stumble on anything impressive – but I hope to keep my old followers interested (and still attract new ones) with my new focus. I hope my writing evolves to something more personally important and directly useful to my readers.
I appreciate suggestions, feedback, new blog followers, and everyone who posts links to my articles and books.
May you all have an awesome 2017.