Looks loony to me, Kirk, perhaps you can enlighten us as to what you think the web designer had in mind.
Well - speaking technically - I’m jiggered what prompts it, and I just hoped to start exactly what the title suggests, a list of seriously weird sites. Why not just take him at his word? But you meant what inner spring prompted him, since the site isn’t just wrong, it has the air of a disturbed man to it.
IF it’s serious - and it’s possible it’s an elaborate hoax, but the boring astronomy-lesson in the geocentric section tells against it - then he’s scared. That’s the short answer. He’s so scared that he doesn’t trust his god to help him. That’s more imho than grubby fact, tho’. Note how little actual ‘religion’ or theology or god-talk there is - whatever you want to call it. It’s all about sorting out friend from foe, and sainting the friends and damning the foes. You’d think his god hasn’t lifted a finger to make him one whit happier. Finally, you’ll note the writer never misses an opportunity to twist a word like a knife. He’s exceedingly angry at something or someone.
It’s a curious historical fact that conspiracy-theories and small, slightly weird sects and hermeticism proliferated after the late middle ages. Science had some pretty strange bedfellows for a couple of centuries. One cause for the proliferation may be, a little counter-intuitively, the looser grip of a large organized religion on people.
One comment on the site itself as a phil of science guy. There’s a very anti-theory sort of cast to it - note the ‘wysiwyg’ comment in the geocentric earth section. That puts (informal) observation on the highest pedestal possible, and gives argumentation very little independent status.