Days of Elijah

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Eliza Earsman, Jan 25, 2008 - History - 158 pages
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Britain's UGLE Mountbatten-Windsor royal family (United Grand Lodge of England) + 2nd generation Nazi 'Bones folk' (Skull and Bones Lodge USA) are detailed. Verifiably satanic are the World War III/New World Order/(Masonic) Government spiritual contentions and intentions!

Getting Days of Elijah into the global domain for independent analysis, recognition and verification, has been time consuming but rewarding. Identifiably specific is the reason there has been such fierce Mountbatten-Windsor contention against Days of Elijah going public or author Eliza still being alive. Verifiable also is the amount of effort made by Eliza to have Days of Elijah pushed into the global domain for independent analysis, recognition and verification. This work is gaining support and going further public.

Characteristics: As Christian witness, and coupled (hopefully) with international film rights, DAYS OF ELIJAH is topical, educational and historical. God is glorified and Eliza ensures, with integrity, through her lineage and justification, that the book satisfies the sensible/multicultural/critical academic reader/average layperson. Days of Elijah is cross-cultural and interdenominational.relations, Days of Elijah has a strong customer niche in CBA, ABA, >academic and secular fields. Able Marketing Plans are available.

The Monotheistic Jewish/Christian/Muslim faiths are gaining, of necessity, a growing awareness of this work. They have been able to find, to date, no cause for complaint re work of this author!

This is the new and improved second printing of the non-fiction Days of Elijah for sensible and multicultural readers. This publication satisfies critical academics and the average layperson.

Help being given via Middle Eastern sources.

'They also kill who only stand and stare/do nothing.'

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