It Was Always “The Plan”
With many books, the title will arrest one's attention but equally true, it will often be the name of the author. Since this author is a relative unknown, therefore no name recognition, the title chosen for this book is of first importance.
The title speaks of a plan predicated on a certainty, a certainty from infinity. What could such a plan mean? Who designed it? And if planned from infinity, what could be the implications of such a plan? It Was Always the Plan is a plan unlike any other. A plan which is unequaled and, humanly speaking, unthinkable and impossible except for the Designer. The plan discussed in this book is such a plan, a plan which was always in place; it always was the plan!