In regards to Larry Brian Radka and his Astronomical Revelations or 666, A Scientific and Historical Study of Asteroids and Comets with respect to the Apocalypse, Scott Shoemaker pointed out: "The author has the ability to take a complex study of celestial mechanics, folklore and factual history and produce a volume exciting and pleasantly informative to read. Larry Radka is a writer and researcher we can't afford to lose. As complex as this entire subject is, the author has produced a readily readable work. It's well worth reading more than once."
And later in his detailed analysis of Astronomical Revelations or 666, A Scientific and Historical Study of Asteroids and Comets with respect to the Apocalypse, the Editor-in-Chief of Vectors, Veils & Spectres Newspaper also pointed out: "You won't find a better account than this one. Not anywhere at any price. This book is priceless, without equal. It represents the sum of enormous research. It isn't difficult to picture the author poring over dusty volumes, old manuscripts, and newspaper accounts, sorting and categorizing the substance from them to provide the reader a cohesive account of the history of comets, their arrival and their effect onto earth and its inhabitants."
That picture of Larry Brian Radka creating his highly illustrated Astronomical Revelations or 666, A Scientific and Historical Study of Asteroids and Comets with respect to the Apocalypse is close to the truth. And The Parkersburg News reported on September 17, 1997 that "Radka has collected between 2,000 and 3,000 out-of-print books to research his topic. He said that these books have information to which most people don't have access."
"Astronomical Revelation or 666 written by
Larry Brian Radka is a scientific and historical study of asteroids and comets
with respect to the Apocalypse," wrote Carrillee Collins From the
Bookshelf. "For perhaps the first time in history somebody has tried to
scientifically decipher several chapters of the mysterious biblical Book of
Revelation and the meaning of the enigmatic Number of the Beast--666. I had
a difficult time getting into it but once I did, I couldn't put it down. It's
interesting, easy to understand and his descriptions and reasoning makes sense.
It is full of facts and Biblical quotes. Larry explains how our inner
terrestrial solar system violently came about--in accordance with science and
the Bible. It's a book for those not only into religion but astronomy."