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The Last Jedi was the Last Straw For Many Star Wars Fans

Monday, December 18th, 2017

*UNWARNING* (This article contains NO spoilers)

Since the release of the new Star Wars movie, The Last Jedi, it has been met with intense fan dissatisfaction to the point, and I quote, “Terrible movie…..I’m done with Star wars….I’ve read over a 100 star wars books…I’m out”  Fans are feeling empty, the movie franchise has not made good on what people are looking for.

Back in 1982, while in the US Navy, each night I’d listen to the Empire Strikes Back on audio cassette, a dramatized recording which fed an intense desire to join Han and the crew to fly aboard the Millennium Falcon saving the universe.

Frustrated! No matter how much I wanted to step though the movie screen or melt into the pages of a Han Solo novel, it was impossible because it’s a fictional story, there is no Han Solo, light sabers are press camera light bulb handles and Ewoks are fuzzy costumed actors conceived in Lucas’s commericalized mind.

Two years later, while relaxing  on board my ship, the USS Alamo, I was taking a break and uncharacteristically read the Book of Revelation, a prophetic book found in the Bible. As I read these 1,900 year old verses, something so incredible, so unexpected, totally changed the course of my life…I discovered The Real Star Wars Story;

Enter the graphic novel by Jim Pinkoski titled The Star Lords Controversy. Pinkoski captures the essence of this story from the scriptures, with an easy to read compelling captions with colorful illustrations retelling the original good vs. evil story. Guaranteed to fill and satisfy your wants of true adventure. Because it’s a true story, it will not, it cannot disappoint.
Take a closer look at this incredible graphic novel HERE

The Museum’s e-bay Store Re-opens…

Friday, November 3rd, 2017

 

In preparation of the November 2017  release of The Tree of Life by Elfred Lee, the museum has re-opened its E-bay store.

The Tree of Life will be added to the store this month with 4 exciting canvas sizes.

Here’s the link to get to the Museum E-bay Store

Introducing ((NEW)) “The Tree of Life” by Elfred Lee

Friday, October 27th, 2017

 

Long overdue “Hello from us to you.” Our 7 year hiatus is over and are back creating a new version of the museum. Now, the museum is not open, however we in the process of filling a small section of the museum at our Phoenix, NY location into a mini-museum and will be open to the public in the coming months.

Today marks the release of a new Elfred Lee masterpiece titled “The Tree of Life.” Here’s a sneak peek at this kaleidoscope of color depicting the final triumphant return of the Tree of Life back to Earth, which was taken to heaven just before the world-wide of of Noah some 4,500 years ago.

This print will go on sale in November 2017 and can be previewed in our Museum on-line store.

Ben Steins NEW Intelligent Design Documentary

Friday, January 18th, 2008

expelled-250x250.jpgAn unusual documentary exposes the private censure of schoolteachers that dare to criticize Evolution. How long could Evolution supporters suppress those who dare to tread on their narrow Darwinist territory? Could it be that the time is come for a public outcry? A movement for equality is making its theatrical rounds before hitting our local video stores, in Ben Stein EXPELLED No Intelligence Allowed.

Stein is tired of intelligent men and women getting fired or made to leave educational institutions because of their belief in I.D. (Intelligent Design) theory. Stein openly admits that I.D. might be false. But since Evolutionists have not soundly filled in some major gaps in their theory, Stein believes there is room for everyone to place their origin theory cards on the academic table without oppression. “Not so!” states the often vehement doctors of science. Intelligent Design, in their mind, breathes of God, and that is unthinkable.

So why are good, honest hard working Americans getting EXPELLED?  Click here and grab  hold of our last DVD copy we have in our museum store and find out. It will leave you dumbfounded. And that is a good thing.

Internationally known Cy(lops) Cat and her Amazing Story

Sunday, April 30th, 2006

In early 2006, the Associated Press created a media frenzy over a one-eyed cat named Cy. Due to the limited information being rehashed over thousands of newspapers and web sites around the world, it left people wanting to know more about Cy’s story. Some have written us and asked, “What did the original owner Traci Allen think when she first discovered Cy?” “Why did the Lost World Museum want Cy?” “What is Cy’s significance? “How did she end up with one eye?” “Can I visit her?”

These questions necessitated the production of informational Cy cards. The set of 3 cards tell the full story. Each of the three cards has a different photo of Cy when she was alive. These three photos are the only ever taken during Cy’s 24 hour short life. The original photos were extracted directly from the former cat owner’s camera memory stick. This allowed the images used to be the absolute highest quality reproductions of Cy available. These full color 6″x9″ cards are a perfect attention getting conversation starter on the evolution creation debate that continues to reverberate in the blogs and more recently on national TV. To purchase your very own legendary Cy Kitten cards Click Here.

Cy The One-Eyed Cat Joins the Lost World Museum

Thursday, April 6th, 2006


Many of you are here because of all the media hype surrounding the Cyclops kitten. Well, yes, we did acquire it from owner Traci Allen of Redmond, Oregon and YES it is real and not a Photoshop hoax. Allow me to give the reason for our interest in this cute mutant…

How we “evolved” :
Evolution states that millions of mutations over millions of years with the help of environmental pressures can lift a species from the ape like creature we call Lucy to us today.

Question #1 Do positive mutations exist?  Mutations, like Cy, are either neutral or negative, never positive. Then how can mutations be a genetic building block to a successful “next step” in evolutionary process?

Questions #2 Can mutations, given enough time and chance, really produce greater intelligence, reason, speech and even spirituality to beings? Is it easier to believe that we came from Adam and Eve and not Lucy and Steve?
Either way it requires faith because we did not observe Adam created from the dust of the earth, Nor did we see Lucy walking about to know for sure if she was a monkey or a person in an evolving state. Allow me to go further and state, w
e have not directly observed evolution produce a lung from a gill,  nor a arm from a fin.

Cy will be on display at the Lost World Museum.     As the Museum’s spokes animal, Cy will assist in the understanding process of what evolution postulates about the theory of life and contrast that idea with what creationism states as to the answer to the origins question. Where did we come from?

To learn more about Cy through her Cy Kitten cards go to the museum’s store or Click Here.

The Unveiling of The Invitation

Tuesday, April 4th, 2006

We met at the airport…for the first time. Elfred Lee nonchalantly picked up off the stainless luggage carousel a long black PVC tube that held the 4 x 8 ft. canvas original painting. Looking more like a bazooka than a painting, I was amazed he had gotten through airport security.

The Westvale SDA church in Syracuse, N.Y. had invited Elfred for this important weekend, which would culminate in the unveiling of The Invitation

The audience hung on every word as Elfred recounted his rescue as a child from a WW2 Japanese prison camp where he first learned to draw. When he shared the 35mm slides of his expeditions up Mt. Ararat in search of the famed Noah’s Ark, recounting the testimonies of the Ark eyewitnesses he had interviewed, the audience showed no interest in letting Lee quit his presentation. The excitement grew as the time neared to finally see Noahs Ark captured on canvas.

Evening of April 18, 2004 finally arrived.  The people were seated;  As the black cloth dropped to the floor, the audience let out a simultaneous gasp. Unexpectedly they rose and gave their approval with a standing ovation.

When they took their seats, Elfred spoke. He pointed and described the symbolism hidden in the painting and reason for certain design elements. Lee ended his tour of the painting with this last symbol “Notice Noah’s shadow?”, Lee said. “It’s the shadow of a cross.” Continuing he said, “Noah was a carpenter, so was Christ, Noah made a way of salvation for the people, so did Christ.”  Profound and they’s more…so much more.

People milled about asking question after question to Elfred. Dozens of inspired audience members purchased their copy of The Invitation and headed home. What a night.

The Invitation – Noah’s Ark – Phase Two

Tuesday, March 14th, 2006

Elfred in Front of Invitation may 2003 500k.jpg The painting was in motion and nearing completion.  There is a high financial risk to create art. But I believed people needed an accurate painting of Noahs ark instead of cutesy versions with giraffes and elephants sticking their heads out of flimsy reed boats.

Little cartoon paintings didn’t do justice to such a massive event in our planet’s history where all life was destroyed by thousands of volcanoes, massive tidal waves, earthquakes and storms that tore through the Earth. This worldwide graveyard of fossils needed their silent story told.

Elfred back painting invitation sepia may 2003 500k.jpgAfter receiving and watching the video update that Elfred sent I discovered that his talent knew no bounds as he effortlessly painted with a paintbrush in BOTH hands. Animals sprung to life as he captured that last moment in time before the door to life forever closed on the ancient world. Every object took on new depth of meaning and significance as Elfred shared some of the symbolism hid everywhere in the painting. Our excitement grew, realizing that this wouldn’t just be beautiful and accurate, but it had the potential to touch hearts as they saw the history of Genesis and gospel proclaimed in art.

Noah’s ark Explorer Captures The Ark on Canvass

Tuesday, March 7th, 2006

It was Christmas 2000 and I was excitedly dialing San Diego, California. “Hello, is this Elfred Lee?”, I asked. Artist Elfred Lee was the perfect choice for the project to see Biblical stories and concepts depicted in an intelligent, realistic and interesting way. Elfred was not only an artist but also an explorer who had searched the Middle East for Noahs Ark. He would bring realism and depth to “The Invitation“ a painting of Noah pleading with the onlookers to enter the ark. Lee would perfectly accomplish this goal of giving credibility to the Biblical story.

On March 15, 2001 Elfred Lee and I signed a contract to begin this magnificent painting that would would take 3 years to complete this 4 x 8 ft. masterpiece but Elfred always tell people “it took 40 years”  because this painting was the fruit of a lifetime of research and exploration.

Elfred’s credentials were fundamentally important to this painting. From 1969 to 1985 Elfred had been on 4 separate expeditions up Mount Ararat, the biblical resting place of the Ark. During that time he was also introduced to 2 actual eyewitnesses who had claimed seeing the ark. Separately these men recounted their unique experiences and like a crime scene artist, Elfred sketched both the shape and position of the ark. Though these men had never met nor spoken to each other, the resulting sketches matched completely and became the basis for the ark design used in The Invitation.