In June 1987, Michel Desmarquet (1931-2018) was chosen to make an interstellar journey in our galaxy and visit a planet called Thiaoouba. Michel was entrusted with the mission of writing a book containing critically important message to Earth's inhabitants.
Thiaoouba יהוה is the most common word in the Old Testament (Genesis, Exodus etc...) because it is the name of "angels", who turned the cities of Sodom and Gomorrah into the Dead Sea, helped Moses lead the Hebrews out of Egyptian slavery, and gave Moses the ten commandments ~3,250 years ago.
Michel's journey took place by a so-called "trans-substantiation", which consists in leaving spacetime and returning to it elsewhere in our galaxy. The book, Thiaoouba Prophecy, contains Michel's detailed account of this journey.
People who read Thiaoouba Prophecy are fascinated by this book. Key information and details it contains cannot be found in any other book on Earth. Coherence and precision of information surprises scientists on all continents.
This book clarifies practically all myths, doctrines and mysteries on Earth and reveals clear logic, beauty and majesty of the Universe, in which everyone of us has important role to play.
There are no theories in this book. No wishful thinking or products of imagination of the author. This is an exact witness report of the Reality of the Universe.
No matter how much we insist on defending our current beliefs, doctrines and traditions, nothing can change the truth and the order established in the Universe. Rivers will always flow from their sources towards the ocean, even if a religion, a sect or billions of people want to believe the opposite.
"Man exists physically for the sole purpose of developing spiritually..."
"...the destruction of your entire planet that is at risk - with no second chance if you don’t place your trust in those who want to help you" (this is a 1987 warning)
"...sometimes a planet will disappear in a solar system..."
"...most responsibility is taken for the physical body, but this is a serious mistake..."
"If you make a mistake, you pay the penalty - immediately, in ten years time, or in ten centuries time, but errors must be paid for"