Recently it has been revealed that Zuckerberg’s Koolau Ranch bunker will have a giant metal door filled with concrete, characteristic of nuclear bomb shelters. This construction, estimated to cost over $270 million, is set to be the largest private personal construction project in human history.
The location in Hawaii is significant, given the terrifying 2018 nuclear false alarm in the state, highlighting the potential need for such a shelter in times of crisis. The threat of nuclear war and the impacts of climate change have led to an increased sense of global danger, with the Doomsday clock currently set at just 90 seconds to Midnight.
This development comes in the context of other billionaire investments in secure properties, such as Jeff Bezos’ purchase of mansions in Florida and Larry Ellison’s ownership of the island of Lanai. These actions resonate with the anticipation of apocalyptic events, as referenced by a quotation from Revelation 6:15 about seeking shelter from divine judgment.
These investments and constructions reflect the unease and uncertainty surrounding the future.