On July 4, 1990, GREGORY STUART GORDON found himself pushed face-first up against a wall, the business end of a Secret Service agent’s handgun pressed against his head. Gordon had broken into PRESIDENT RONALD REAGAN’s Bel Air, California, home. He was on a mission. When questioned about this mission, Gordon knew that what he was about to tell the agents would get him in a great deal of trouble. But he also knew that by telling them that he was there to kill Reagan, his life’s work would finally garner the mass media exposure about which he had dreamed. For more than three decades, Gordon has gathered evidence and posited proofs on how Ronald Reagan is/was the antichrist, intent on destroying mankind. Citing the Bible and other ancient religious texts, pop culture media, government documents, and fields such as numerology, philosophy and encryption, Gordon has constructed an intriguing conspiracy theory that, if true, could change civilization on a global scale. Gordon also uses this array of sources to offer proof of another politico-religious tenet – that he himself is the second coming of Christ. He himself is the biblical Messiah, complete with the charge to destroy the antichrist and redeem the world. Interwoven through the presentation of the source material is a detailed account of the author’s often tumultuous life as the second coming. The forementioned break-in is indicative of the iconoclastic “road not taken” path, which he maintains has been chosen for him. The sometimes extreme nature of his research is reflected in many aspects of his life, including his times spent in jail and mental health facilities, his on-air relationship with HOWARD STERN, his defense of his drug use and sexual preferences, and his invention and marketing of the Dynamic Light Reflectors.