In his June 13, 2013 column entitled, "Religion and Inequality", DAVID BROOKS stated: "In the New Testament, Jesus blesses the poor, 'for yours is the kingdom of God.' But 'woe to you who are rich, for you have already received your comfort.'"
He didn't realize it, but he was stating the logic underlying the resignation of Benedict XVI -- who began his retirement plans, and preparing his villa, after Saint Paul's Joke was formally added to the Vatican Archives. Any comfort he would receive would be earthly, because he was destined to join all the other Popes among the rings of Dante's Inferno.
In other news, all the population projections released this past week agree with those inferred by the book's assertion that "all the souls who were ever born" would need to return before an possible 'Judgment Day' -- that is, the current global population would need to equal everyone who ever lived prior to the birth of the oldest person living at that time ... total reincarnation (or resurrection).
Look at the chart. Now consider the projection in Saint Paul’s Joke that the predicted end-of-days, or Judgment Day, is due between 2034 and 2064. Recalling that this calculation echoed the one made by Sir Isaac Newton – though via a different method – we can see that the return of all those who ever lived falls right in the middle of the Judgment Day timeline based upon the mathematics revealed in Genesis of Genesis.
Further analysis would require the projections to be made cumulatively, as opposed to regionalized. When the total population is at a maximum, the Judgment Day process will begin – we will not know when that is, because we will only know the population is reducing after the reduction begins and has taken effect.
It is only then, in hindsight, that the survivors will see that there were indications. The population will then continue to shrink, it will be necessary for it to contract to the sustainable levels of a global paradise… and it will be global – it is the Davidic Prophecy.