Published Works

Christian Ufology

Christian Ufology
We are on the cusp of public disclosure, and the implications are staggering. Is it possible for Christians to believe in the existence of extraterrestrial (ET) life? Author John Milor argues yes; it simply requires looking at Scripture with an updated lens.
The Strong Delusion

This fascinating work is based on the Bible telling of a powerful deception that will overshadow the Earth, a deception so intense that only those with a genuine love relationship with God will be able to endure it. This “strong delusion,” will initiate a grand display of open contact with extraterrestrials, a global conflict that will end in the Battle of Armageddon.

A 2018 Montaigne Medal Finalist. 

Aliens in the Bible

Aliens in the Bible is a book of possibilities. No claim of supreme knowledge in biblical interpretation is made rather, Scripture is presented, and with it, possible interpretations on the Supernatural: aliens, ghosts, mythical creatures and other paranormal phenomena. A must-read for Christians who desire to understand the realities that surround them. 

Aliens and the Antichrist

Aliens and the Antichrist is a unique prophetic bible  exposition highlighting over 700 scriptures that elaborate on topics such as the fall of Lucifer that predated the Earth, the rapture of the Church, the rise and fall of the Antichrist as well as aliens and other supernatural phenomena. The follow-up to Aliens in the Bible, this book is for those Christians who want to dig deeper.

Fiction, Fantasy and YA

The Gathering

This animated tale of Noah’s Ark is the untold backstory hiding between the lines of Genesis 7:14-15, about the animal’s epic journey to Noah’s Ark. This was no easy task; some sacrificed their lives so others could make it. Among the chosen were predator and prey who set aside their differences, and they couldn’t explain why, following fragmented visions they didn’t understand, heeding the call of a mysterious mountain they had never been to.

This is a simple, entertaining children’s story on the surface, yet students of the Word will recognize it as a metaphor of metaphors, designed to introduce children to the themes, symbols, ethics, and wonderous beauty of the Word of God. 

A 2021 Book Excellence Award Finalist. 

Jimmy Prophet's Library

An obscure Arkansas backwoods hillbilly accidentally falls into a deep pit in the Ozark hills, where he discovers an archaeological archive of ancient crystals left behind from a long forgotten advanced civilization. When he touches one of these crystals, his brain is “defragmented” and uploads enhanced kinetic abilities, and an unfathomable mathematical knowledge, including the Grand Unifying Theorem.

Jimmy remains the same common sense, extremely shy, good natured teen he’s always been, but his world is inadvertently turned upside down. No matter how much he tries to avoid attention, his life spirals into complete chaos at every turn, rife with a complex, yet hilarious web of teen drama.

Jimmy Prophet's Library: The Crystal Shard

In book one, we were introduced to a simple minded, humble, obscure Arkansas backwoods country teen, who accidentally fell into a deep pit in the Ozark hills. The pit turned out to be an underground archaeological library of ancient crystals. When Jimmy touched one of them, his brain was “defragmented,” and he uploaded vast quantities of information.

The first book covered only the span of a few days, when Jimmy’s entire world was turned on its head. This book picks up where Jimmy left off, except that Jimmy finds himself in the mysterious underground chamber once again, facing an audaciously beautiful young girl his age, and both he and the girl have amnesia. If Jimmy Prophet made you laugh in book one, this sequel will have you splitting your sides!

The Book of Wars

In the year 1250 B.C., in the midst of twenty years of oppression, there arose out of obscurity a prophetess by the name of Deborah, to which the people of Israel sought judgement.

Guided by her prophetic visions and unyielding faith, she inspired unity and courage among her people when she fearlessly led her nation into battle against a tyrannical empire.

The only female judge and military female commander of the Old Testament, Deborah’s adventure is one-of-a-kind.

The Dark World Paradox

Earth is complicated; it’s a quarantined planet, aka Dark World, with many otherworldly factions, all with their own agendas, and nothing is as it seems. 

The Nejah, aka Bigfoot, are actually a highly advanced, trans-dimensional species, not native to this world. They’ve been here for so long, they abandoned any hope of returning to their homeworld long ago. But Jerar is inspired by the legends of old, that speak of the glory of Torvadomus. Driven by an unyielding compulsion, he parts from his clan in an epic quest.

It is by faith, that Jerar summons Yokuru from a distant galaxy; Yokuru hopes to quietly descend into Earth’s upper atmosphere and enter this dimension undetected. Her mission is simple; fetch Jerar, and take him to Torvadomus. But the Dark World has other plans…

Apparition

Apparition begins with the attempted suicide of Simon Cross; a man plagued with the tragedy of losing his wife. Instead of escaping his sorrow, he awakes from a coma four years later only to find himself completely paralyzed. Separating from his physical body, his perception of reality is turned upside down. His escapades as an apparition traverse the spectrum of emotion. The horror of demonic encounters, the humor of the ultimate pranks, and the wonder of the unknown, all become a part of Simon’s everyday life.

Biographical

The Eaglestar Prophecy

The end of the age is upon us. Soon the heavens will be shaken, and the battlefield of an ancient war will make its way to the earth. The fabric of time and space trembles full of fractures under the strain of warring battalions, yet we of earth sit in stillness, in a quiet sector of our universe, primarily unaware of the forces about to embark upon us. Through the thinning veil, both the darkness, and the light are penetrating. And while the world becomes subtly entrenched in clouds of darkness, speckled rays of prophetic light have been piercing through, fulfilling the prophecies of Joel 2:28-32.

“Over 20 years ago, one such ray of light struck me, an ordinary 12-year-old boy. In a vision, I saw an eagle whose countenance and power was unfathomable. Electricity pulsated throughout the feathers of His body, and while He glared at me with His glowing eyes, He stretched out His wings. A star of light formed between them, and struck me on my forehead. I am finally beginning to understand the knowledge that was imparted to me on that night so long ago…”

The Reflection of Perception

In the words of the author: “This is a small collection of my best poems, which I started writing over thirty years ago. My poems break down into three general categories: God, Existential, and Love. I try to make a concrete point with all of my poems; in fact, my poem titled “Poems” defines exactly what my poems entail. I appreciate complexity, so the majority of my poems also rhyme.

My poems about God include some of my Christian beliefs, but they don’t stop there; most of them are philosophical in nature.

My existential poems are wide and varied, discussing topics ranging from frequency, time, and the enigmatic question why, to numbers, reality, and unique rhymes with circular stories that begin where they end. This category could be labeled miscellaneous, but the majority of these poems are existential in nature.

Lastly, my love poems are romantic in nature. Some I wrote for my wife, before I met her. We met when I was twenty one years old, married, and we’ve been together ever since.”