The Common Man's Prospective
Articles and Writings


Book of Manuscripts
A Calendar Study
Mayan Calendar, 2012
Money and Banks
Who is Gog?
Morgellons Diease
Anglo Saxon Chronicle


E. C. Marsh
P.O. Box 342
Saint Ansgar, IA 50472

Articles and Writings

Includes general writings, articles, notes, and thoughts.
At the bottom of each page there is a comment section where you are encouraged to add your thoughts.
If you have an article that you would like to include, please e-mail it to me. I plan on continuing adding articles and writings to this section, so come back often.

The Book of Manuscripts
Men forget the days of the Destroyer. Only the wise know where it went and that it will return in its appointed hour.

A Calendar Study
The Enoch, Exodus, and Jubilees Calendar.
An interpretation of the calendar from the books of Enoch, Exodus, and Jubilees, for counting days, weeks, months, seasons, and years.
The calendar is sanctioned by the Catholic Church and put in force by the king/queen of England. This calendar is in effect world wide and controls all aspects of our lives. If a person wants to buy, sell, or trade he must abide by the rules of the Catholic calendar.

The Mayan Calendar, 2012
Today many nations (and all nations or countries) that wish to do business with the West use the Gregorian (Pope Gregory XIII) calendar. This is the most widely used calendar in the world!

Money and Banks
Money seems to be quite complicated until it is broken down into it's simple definition. Money is whatever the man with the gun to your head tells you it is.

Who is Gog?
"Son of man, set thy face against Gog, and the land of Magog, Rhos, prince of Mesoch and Thobel, and prophesy against him,".

Morgellons, a Diease or Symptom?
How I gave Myself Morgellons

Anglo Saxon Chronicle
The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle is one of the few literary sources we have for England during the time period following the Roman presence and preceding the Norman invasion. Written by different monastic houses, the various versions of the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle offer us a unique picture of the Anglo-Saxons and their world.
This translation is by Rev. James Ingram (London, 1823).