One of Newton's posthumous works is entitled The Chronology of Ancient Kingdoms Amended, where he proved that the earth is only about 5,700 years old....While a professor at Trinity College, Cambridge, he denied the existence of the Holy Trinity!

Isaac "Newton" was the bastard son of "Reverend" William Ayscough and Hannah Ayscough. 3 months prior to his birth, a man named Isaac Newton went to "Purgatory," so that was a very convenient name for the baby because the real Isaac Newton could not deny that he fathered baby Isaac.

In a class conscious society, his illegitimate birth affected his spiritual outlook for the rest of his long life. An astute observer of his peers, he saw double standards everywhere!

Observations on the Prophecies
by Isaac Newton.

Observations Upon the Prophecies of Daniel and the Apocalypse of St. John was published posthumously in 1733.

Because he was born a bastard, Newton developed a hatred for Christianity because he assumed that his father and mother were Christians!

Newton calculated that time wouuld run out in 2016 (756+1260).

Apocalypse 13:16-18 from Newton's Observations
on the Prophecites
, p. 129.

Even though he spent most of his life studying the Scriptures, only one book of Newton's about the Bible was ever published. In 1733, six years after his death, J. Darby and T. Browne, published Observations Upon the Prophecies of Daniel and the Apocalypse of St. John ...Coincidently, George Washington was born in Britain around the same time!

Sir Isaac Newton is famous for his massive Latin tome entitled the Principia—the greatest work of science fiction ever written....Because none of his peers could understand it, Newton saw that as proof of his superior intelligence....Newton did have a good grasp of ancient chronology, and he proved that most of the ancient kingdoms exaggerated their antiquity for reasons of national pride. Newton had no problem with the 4004 BC date for creation that was included in the King James Version of the Bible!

In order to unmask the greatest pseudo-scientist that ever lived we have to go back to the bizarre circumstances surrounding his birth in 1642/43.

Bust of Sir Isaac Newton

There are different dates for his birth and death because England did not adopt the Gregorian calendar until 1752.

Because he was born on December 25 (Old Style) many people considered his birth to be supernatural!

Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob were the patriarchs of Israel, and Hannah was the mother of the Prophet Samuel who established the Hebrew monarchy around 1000 BC.


A portrait of the "science" superstar in
old age by John Van der Bank.

According to the "historians," the father of Isaac Newton was named Isaac Newton, and he very conveniently died 3 months before Isaac was born. Newton was a common name in that part of the country and a very convenient cover-up for his very shocking real parentage!

No portrait exists of the father
of Isaac "Newton."

Names are very important. Proper names (especially Bible names) do not translate from language to language.

If Alois Schicklgruber had not changed his name to Hitler, the Nazis would have been tongue-tied trying to say "Heil Schickigruber," instead of "Heil Hitlers."

"Anti-Semite" Hitler's favorite flyer was Hannah Reitsch!

William and Hannah Ayscough were the parents of the man who is known as the "greatest scientist that ever lived!"


No portrait exists of the mother
of Isaac "Newton."

Baby Isaac was given the common named Newton, because calling him Isaac Ayscough was out of the question in that tight-knit community of gossips.

While his mother weaned him in Woolsthorpe Manor, she searched desperately for a husband, and finally a 63-year-old Church of England rector volunteered to marry her.

No portrait exists of "Rev."
Barnabas Smith.

When Isaac was 3, his mother married a Church of England rector named Barnabas Smith. Smith was 63 and a widower.

However, Smith did not adopt Isaac and give him the name Smith.

Instead, Hannah moved to his rectory in North Wicham and the couple had 3 children.


Woolsthorpe Manor was the birthplace
of Isaac Newton.

The infant Isaac was left in Woolsthorpe Manor under the care of his grandparents, James and Margary Ayscough.

"Reverend" Barnabas Smith went to "Purgatory" in 1653, leaving Hannah with 3 children: Mary, Benjamin, and Hannah.

Grantham Grammar School where
Isaac Newton spent about 5 years.

When "Reverend" Smith died in 1653, Hannah returned with her 3 children to Woolsthorpe Manor.

In 1654, when Isaac was 12, his mother sent him to Grantham Grammar School, about 8 miles from Woolsthorpe Manor.

Academically, nobody remembered the "budding genius," but he could not return to Woolsthorpe Manor because his step-sisters and brother would want to know why he was named Newton . . . and not Smith.


Newton enrolled in Trinity College
in 1661.

After spending about 5 years in the grammar school, Isaac was sent to Trinity College in 1661. Returning home to Woolsthorpe Manor was out of the question, so "Reverend" William Ayscough provided the funds for his son to attend the college.

The myth of Isaac Newton the "great scientist" was created at Trinity College!!

The twin religions of Roman Catholicism and Islam do not permit any progress. The Syllabus of Errors of Pope Pius IX makes that perfectly clear. Pope Gregory XVI said that trains and newspapers were the "work of the devil."

Blaise Pascal (1623–1662).

Blaise Pascal was a French child prodigy who invented a calculating machine at the age of 16. He would have been the greatest scientist that ever lived but for his untimely death at 39.

His Provincial Letters criticizing the Jesuits was the main cause of his untimely death!

Brilliant German inventor Gottfried Leibniz continued the work started by Pascal and that led to his invention of the differential and integral calculus.



Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz

Newton was the precursor of Thomas Edison who was credited with the electrical inventions of Nikola Tesla!

Newton believed in the heliocentric theory of Copernicus, Galileo, and Kepler. To give that theory some credibility, he invented "gravity" to explain what makes the earth and the planets revolve around the sun.

Newton was inspired by watching an
apple fall from a tree!

Another myth has Newton discovering "gravity" by watching an apple fall from a tree!

At least he didn't chop down the tree like Queen Edith of Wessex, or George Washington.

HIs massive Latin tome called the Principia was published in 1687, wherein he expounded his 3 Laws of Motion.

The SI unit of force is the newton, symbol N. It would not have seemed right if that was the ayscough, or smith.


The Principia was published
in 1687.

Because nobody understood the Principia, Newton believed that he was above all other mortals in intelligence! Newton's "gravity" is pseudo-science because the real governing principle of the universe is electro-mechanical.

Newton accused Athanasius of Alexandria of inventing the Trinity!

It is beyond belief but Newton blamed the Alexandrian Pope Athanasius for inventing the Trinity. While a "professor" at Trinity College he developed a real HATRED for the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit:

As we shall see, Newton was a tortured man, an extremely neurotic personality who teetered always, at least through middle age, on the verge of breakdown. No one has to stretch credulity excessively to believe that the "second marriage" and departure of his mother could have contributed enormously to the inner torment of the boy already perhaps bewildered by the realization that he, unlike others, had no father (Westfall, The Life of Isaac Newton, p. 10).

"Newton" did experiments with optics and he could see through the hypocrisy of his peers!

Athanasius of Alexandria

Newton believed correctly that the Great Apostasy began at the Council of Nicaea.

That Council was totally dominated by Emperor Jesus Constantine, who controlled both factions.

Arius of Alexandria denied the Trinity and he was opposed by Athanasius.

In his writings, Newton castigated Athanasius, and made him the contriver of the Trinity.


Arius of Alexandria

Here is a quote from a hagiography of Newton:

The mere thought of trinitarianism, the "false infernal religion" was enough to fan Newton into a rage. With it had come the return of idolatry in a more degraded form, not the stately worship of dead kings and heroes in magnificent temples, but "y" sordid worship in sepulchres of "y" Christian Divi...."y" adoration of mean and despicable plebeians in their rotten reliques. Superstitions of every sort, fanned and spread by monks with feigned stories of false miracles, accompanied the new worship. (Westall, Life of Isaac Newton, p. 127).

There were 2 verses of Scripture that Newton hated and wanted removed from every Bible:

For there are THREE that bear witness in heaven: the Father, the Word, and the Holy Spirit; and these THREE are ONE (I Saint John 5:7).

He claimed that the verse was not found in the most ancient manuscripts and was a later addition to Scripture. There are 2000-year-old Bible manuscripts in the Secret Archives of the Vatican but "Newton" was not allowed to see them!

The second verse that earned his ire was I Timothy 3:16, written by the Apostle Paul:

And without controversy great is the mystery of godliness: God was manifest in the flesh, justified in the Spirit, seen of angels, preached unto the Gentiles, believed on in the world, received up into glory (I Timothy 3:16, King James Version).

Newton claimed that the word GOD was added later. That proves that he was a DUNCE because proper names don't translate. Saint Paul was a Jew, and the English language didn't exist at that time. That verse should read:

And without controversy great is the mystery of holiness (GK. eusebia). ELOHIM was manifest in the flesh, justified in the Spirit, seen of angels, preached unto the nations, believed on in the world, received up into glory (I Timothy 3:16).

Newton received help from so many of his Jesuit controllers that is impossible to list them all.

Denis Petavius, S.J.


French Jesuit Denis Petavius was a prolific writer who had a tremendous influence on John Locke.

In turn, Locke had a tremendous influence on Newton.

Locke was totally opposed to the Holy Trinity and he met the definition of Antichrist as defined by Saint John.

Both men could claim Newton as their most ardent disciple!


Jesuit John Locke

Newton was always in a state of total confusion. While blaming the Catholics for everything, he never mentioned the fact that "Saint George" of England was an Arian Pope in Alexandria, Egypt.

Holy Trinity denying Sir Isaac Newton awaits Judgment Day in Westminster Abbey!!

Newton was knighted by Queen Anne in April 1705. That knighthood just enhanced the legend of Newton as the "greatest scientist that ever lived." He was buried in Westminster Abbey and he awaits the Judgment Day there:

The great day of JEHOVAH is near, it is near, and haste greatly, even the voice of the day of JEHOVAH: the mighty man shall cry there bitterly (Zephaniah 1:14).

No one can deny that Newton was a giant or mighty man in the world of "science" falsely so-called (I Timothy 6:20).

Tomb of Sir Isaac "Newton" in
Westminster Abbey.

As Master of the Mint, Newton spent the last 30 years of his life chasing counterfeiters.

The counterfeit was arresting and torturing counterfeiters in the Tower of London!

He went to meet his Maker on March 20, 1726/27, without repenting of his Antichrist beliefs.

He was buried in Westminster Abbey, and a statue honoring him was erected in the Unnatural History Museum in Oxford.


Unnatural History Museum
e of Newton.

Isaac Newton fits the classic Scriptural definition of an Antichrist:

Little children, it is the last time, and as ye have heard that Antichrist shall come, even now there are many Antichrists: whereby we know it is the last time. Who is a liar but he that denieth that Joshua is the Christ? He is Antichrist that denieth the Father and the Son (I Saint John 2:18-22).

The Holy Bible predicts a very, very fiery future for all Antichrists:

But the fearful, and unbelieving, and the abominable, and murderers, and whoremongers, and sorcerers, and idolaters, and all liars, shall have their part in the lake which burneth with fire and brimstone: which is the second death (Apocalypse 21:8).

Isaac Newton went so far as to claim that belief in the Trinity was the Mark of the Beast!

Vital links


Bardia, Jason Socrates. The Calculus Wars. Basic Books, New York, 2010.

Christianson, Gale E. In the Presence of the Creator: Isaac Newton and his Times. Macmillan & Company, New York, 1984.

Iliffe, Rob. Priest of Nature: The Religious Worlds of Isaac Newton. Oxford University Press, New York, 2013.

Newton, Sir Isaac. Observations Upon the Prophecies of Daniel and the St. John. Kindle Edition.

Newton, Sir Isaac, Two Notable Corruptions of Scripture. Online at Google Books.

Westfall, Richard S. The Life of Isaac Newton. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge & New York, 1993.

White, Michael. Isaac Newton The Last Sorcerer. Perseus Books, Reading, Massachusetts, 1997.

Posamentier, Alfred S. & Spreitzer, Christian. Math Makers: The Lives of and Works of 50 Famous Mathematicians. Prometheus Books, Guilford, CONN, 2020.

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