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At what ‘Point’ was Lazarus given breath to rise from the dead?

Scripture reference John 11: 1-44


At what ‘moment’ was Lazarus given the spirit of life in order to rise from death?

Was it when Jesus said in a load voice, “Lazarus, come out!”? My opinion is NO.

If you read the bible, you’ll see the progression clearly that immediately after he was deeply […]

Radio Interview — 600 WMT

What’s Happening with Doug Wagner AM 600 WMT – speaks with Mike Sanicola, Big Data ‘at’ Church, Calculating the Will of God — New e-book, The Theosphere, Big Brother vs. Big Brotherhood, Collective global wisdom. Are you ready?

Church – Evolve OR Dissolve

TITLE: “Church- Evolve or Dissolve”

REPORT: “Of the 250,000 Protestant churches in America, 200,000 are either stagnant (with no growth) or declining. That is 80% of the churches in America and maybe the one you attend, if you attend at all.

4,000 churches close their doors every single year.

There is less than half of […]

The difference between “Big Brother & Big Brotherhood”

Regarding the TheoSphere

Does it not sound like Big Brother? Perhaps, but is it? The answer is NO. A more accurate description would be ‘BIG BROTHERHOOD’ and there is one major difference between the two: numbers. The first deals with an invasive, controlling government that monitors all we […]

IBM’s Watson Super Computer and the Theosphere

The science of big data is based on attraction. Technologically speaking, data finds data through mathematical algorithms in lightning speed. For example: IBM’s “Watson” super computer scans 200 million Wikipedia document pages in three (3) seconds, searching for the best possible solution to a question among other text resources. The focus […]

Introducing the Theosphere


The TheoSphere is the natural exchange and integration of spiritual thought in response to a message or lesson by its listeners.


Big Data is the next major technology shift and will greatly impact your day-to-day life. The most important aspect […]

Mike Sanicola