Keys To The Kingdom

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Keys to the Kingdom; The Year 2012 Countdown to the Apocalypse is a prophetic book that unlocks the mysteries in the Book of Revelation. By revealing the astrological content that is embedded throughout the Book of Revelation, the scriptural texts become more relevant to the events happening in the world today. The ancient science of astrology and the celestial movement of the heavens were used by ancient cultures as a way to connect to both the heavens and God. The Egyptians, Mesopotamians, in addition to the ...
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Overview

Keys to the Kingdom; The Year 2012 Countdown to the Apocalypse is a prophetic book that unlocks the mysteries in the Book of Revelation. By revealing the astrological content that is embedded throughout the Book of Revelation, the scriptural texts become more relevant to the events happening in the world today. The ancient science of astrology and the celestial movement of the heavens were used by ancient cultures as a way to connect to both the heavens and God. The Egyptians, Mesopotamians, in addition to the Mayans and Incas all used the stars to foretell man's destiny and fate. It is in the misunderstanding of this ancient science that modern man and astrologers alike have changed, altered, and ultimately loss the art of reading the night sky to determine man's fate in these Last Days.

According to ancient astrology, the Piscean Age will come to an end in the year 2012, while the earth will reach the first stars in the constellation Aquarius the following year. This year will also mark the beginning of the end of days, as God's wrath will be initiated and serve as a prelude of the devastation that will come upon the planet. However, in the year 1999 and then in 2000, a celestial phenomena appeared in the heavens to signal the coming end and downfall of the fourth and final kingdom that is the Middle-East region today.

As a result, Keys to the Kingdom, makes a unique and compelling case that man's fate and destiny is written in both the prophecy of the Biblical scriptures and in the movement of the planet and stars that foretell the fulfillment of the ancient prophecies and the coming of the End of Days.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781425990237
  • Publisher: AuthorHouse
  • Publication date: 7/19/2007
  • Pages: 196
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.45 (d)

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