The Hidden Treasure That Lies in Plain Sight 4: The Day of the Lord and the End of America

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The Hidden Treasure That Lies in Plain Sight 4 is a bold and innovative addition to the world of literature, providing a fresh perspective on the day of our Lord and how its a day of darkness, not joy like the churches teach. Also, this series talks about the judgment of America, which is Babylon mentioned in the Word of God and much more. Writer Jeremy Shorter presents the unfolding of his journey of self-discovery, which leads back to the times of the Old Testament. To purchase more of Jeremy's books visit www.jeremyshorter.net.
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JEREMY G. SHORTER was born in Atlanta, Georgia, and lived in the inner city. He graduated from high school in 2008 and later started seeking work in the film industry. While out of school he started during research on his true heritage. In the course of his research, he has uncovered startling evidence indicating that his true heritage stems back to the ancient Biblical Hebrew Israelites. He later went on to create a website called, Israelites Unite, while researching, he found out about himself and his people. Later on he compiled all the research that he had from his site and decided to publish a book about his findings. He quoted from his book, My motive for writing this book is to enlighten the truth about the history and heritage of the so called Negroes of America and the 12 Tribes who are scattered throughout the world. Our true and rich heritage that has been hidden from us throughout generation to generation, which has been suppressed by the school system, religious intuitions, scholars, and many more to keep our people from knowing their true Nationality. Mr. Shorter loves to teach his people who they really are so they can became and shine like that bright light that they are. For more information about his research and work, visit his website at: www.IsraelitesUnite.com.

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AuthorHouse
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Published on
Apr 10, 2018
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Pages
182
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ISBN
9781524673635
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Language
English
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Genres
Social Science / Ethnic Studies / African American Studies
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