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Price: $29.95
Format: Paperback / softback
ISBN13: 9781647642686
Published: December 2019

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Read this book and your world will never again seem the same to you. It is possibly the most controversial story of insight for our times.

I, Prophet- a vision for future generations follow the theme of living by the natural law of the Golden rule and mans folly in pursuit of worldly values. The thread running through the pages of this book traces the secret ways of a One World Order from Napoleon's rise to dictatorial power to a modern way of living with a One World Government vision. The author has used the historic rise of a family banking dynasty as the basis of explaining modern banking and the links to a One World Order. The book challenges the consequences of living according to the material world verse the ways of faith in a spiritual dimension.

This book by fact and fiction describes the unrevealed history of the workings of a Hand in the Dark whose agenda is the control of the masses of mankind under the influence of a master of evil. It predicts an Armaggedon in the foreseeable future and suggests ways to utilise the principles of banking and finance for monitory survival in uncertain times.

This book is full of information that examines conspiracy theories and realistic fact from the workings of an analytical mind and fertile imagination. It examines from an individual and collective viewpoint the progress of the workings of our world past and present. It challenges the value systems that we live by and suggests alternatives in living in this world but not of it. The author suggests ways of surviving a financial Armageddon which will be orchestrated according to historic records, biblical insight and events that back the theories provided in this informative tell-all tale.

Book details and technical specifications

Format: Paperback / softback
ISBN13: 9781647642686
Published: December 2019

Number of pages: 216
Width: 170 mm
Height: 244 mm
Depth: 12 mm

Publisher: Douglas McPhillips Pty Ltd

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