This dramatic new understanding of the foundational codes of Biblical writing, the meaning of the Book of Revelation, and the work of Nostradamus, Edgar Cayce, and other seers points to a remarkable and authoritative reinterpretation of End times that Bible scholars have missed.
World's End: 2009 outlines a simple concept-that the Biblical prophecies surrounding the three basic prophetic designs for the arrival of the Messiah have been misinterpreted due to a misunderstanding of the foundational codes of Biblical writing. Whereas prophecies up until this century have claimed that Israel and the Promised Land would be settled seven years prior to the arrival of the Messiah, this book proves that the advent period is, in fact, forty-two years, not seven. This discovery dates the settlement at the end of the Six-Day War in 1967 and indicates, therefore that the Messiah will come in the year 2009.
This dramatic revelation, exemplified by a fresh interpretation of Biblical prophecies, challenges the entire comprehension of the Judeo-Christian view of the future of mankind.
Using astrology, numerology, and pre-Christian understanding employed by the Old Testament prophets and the writings of St. John the Divine in Revelation, Peter Lorie, an experienced interpreter of all forms of prophecy, shows a new way to look at how Biblical prophecies envisioned a future occupied by our generation.
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Peter Lorie has written some of the most popular interpretations of prophecy, including Nostradamus: The End of the Millennium; Nostradamus 2003-2025: A History of the Future; and Revelation: The Prophecies.
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Book Description Penguin Books. Book Condition: New. pp. 224. Bookseller Inventory # 96089541