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SMALL CATECHISM explaining why all man-made space works will one day return to earth to burn up in the fire of the final conflagration:

All man made space debris are coming back to earth to burn up in the fire of the final conflagration.
  • Why would space debris come back to earth? 
Because according to St Thomas Aquinas all the works of men - both holy and profane have to burn up in the fire of the final conflagration at the end of days - this is Roman Catholic doctrine. 
Space debris are no exception - it's all coming back
  • What is the fire of the final conflagration? 
It is the fire that will cleanse the world of all the work of men, both holy and profane.
  • Where is the fire of the final conflagration right now? 
It is in the bowels of the earth - it is the same fire that torments those souls in the pit of hell and it is the same fire that purifies the poor souls in purgatory.
  • Why do all space debris have to come back to earth in order to burn up in the fire of the final conflagration? 
Because all space debris must one day before the General Judgement be at or below the 29,050 foot boundary established by God in order to burn up in the fire of the final conflagration. The fire of the final conflagration obeys the will of God and will rise up from the bowels of the earth to cleanse all the works of men and it will rise up no higher than the boundary established by the Blessed Trinity which is 29,050 feet or 15 cubits above the mountain tops. 
This 29,050 foot boundary is the same level that the waters of the deluged reached in order to cleanse all the sinful works of men in Noah's time 
It is also the same level that the smoke of pagan sacrifices reached. 
And it is the same level that the tower of babel reached before it was tipped over by the finger of God.
  • When will all the space debris come back to earth? 
It's a given - probably before the end of days - call it a punishment of sorts.
  • How soon will all the space debris come back? 
Don't know - but to scare the lot of you I bet it will fall bit by bit and not all at once.
  • How are space debris suppose to come back to earth? 
By the agency of the angels.

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