Nimrod Rising

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Have you ever felt that the world was guided in ways that are beyond man's control? The constant changes in the world since the time of Nimrod 4000 years ago until today and all the events that have shaken the world have been to bring the universe back into the hands of the Prince of Darkness, Lucia, a world that he had ruled with his Watchers before it was all ripped from his grasp when man was created. Nimrod Rising paints a diabolical picture of how the Prince of Darkness executes his evil plot to take the ...
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Overview

Have you ever felt that the world was guided in ways that are beyond man's control? The constant changes in the world since the time of Nimrod 4000 years ago until today and all the events that have shaken the world have been to bring the universe back into the hands of the Prince of Darkness, Lucia, a world that he had ruled with his Watchers before it was all ripped from his grasp when man was created. Nimrod Rising paints a diabolical picture of how the Prince of Darkness executes his evil plot to take the world back by force and destroy civilization in the process. From the Great Builder Nimrod in 4000 BC to today, 666 generations later, you can ride the storm of Nimrod Rising and experience the death of a world and the birth pangs of another. You will swear it is really upon us!
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  • ISBN-13: 9781424189854
  • Publisher: Publish America
  • Publication date: 8/6/2007
  • Pages: 594
  • Sales rank: 1,020,469
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 1.32 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 12, 2008

    Reading the News Will Never be the Same

    Attention, all you conspiracy theorists and doomsday dreamers, all you with visions of the apocalypse and feel the end of the world is at hand. Relax. According to Steven Clark Bradley, it¿s much worse than you think. In his novel, Nimrod Rising!, Bradley introduces us to Nimrod, the son of Cush, the son of Noah, who was born around 4,000 BC. Nimrod was born the savior of Lucifer and his evil subjects, and led and ill-fated rebellion against Elyon (God), in an effort to secure our world for the Fallen One. Through death and rebirth, Nimrod reappears in various human incarnations 666 times throughout history. In Bradley¿s story, the Antichrist is now in the world, and a sinister demon possesses the US Vice-president Manassa Dormain, whose son was conceived under mysterious and unexplainable circumstances. One thing is for certain, the spirit of Nimrod has risen again in the boy, and the apocalyptic fight between the forces of heaven and hell is ready to begin anew. The book continues with father helping son in preparation to play his role in the fight for world power, for better or worse. The battle lines are drawn and the readers is left guessing who is on which side until the very end. Full of complex machinations and apocalyptic visions of a possible future, Nimrod Rising! is a thought provoking work of epic proportions. Steven Bradley has shown us a different, and quite frankly, a frightening way to look at world events. His characters show a depth and complexity that bring them to life in our world, and show an eerie similarity to many of today¿s world leaders. Reading the newspaper will never be the same again -Reviewed by Ronald W. Adams, author 'Lake Effect', 'Key Lime Squeeze'

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 3, 2007

    Ride The Storm Of Nimrod Rising

    The title of Mr. Bradley's third book is Nimrod Rising. Nimrod Rising is a book that seeks to answer where the terrorist scourge that currently plagues the world came from. The premise of the book is that the evil hitting the world is more than just a political phenomenon. He paints the picture that starts actually more than 4,000 years ago when the first organized Satan worshiper, Nimrod, the first king of Babylon, is born resulting from a pact made with Lucifer by Nimrod¿s father Cush. As he says on the back of the book, ride the storm of Nimrod Rising. Because Nimrod Rising is a vast story of International significance, my setting is really two/fold. Steven Clark Bradley spent a large portion of his life in the cradle of civilization. The main setting of Nimrod Rising is really, Israel. I recommend this Book because this book is the strongest work I have read on the gathering storm of mayhem hitting the world today! It is stimulating and pricks the brain with the constant possibility that id could all be true! I was spin-tingly as I read the 596 pages of pure action and frightened at the plausibility of it all. I have read all three of Mr. Bradley's excellent works and this is the best yet! I know it will take you to the very last page and leave you wondering where we are headed as a world. I advise everyone to read it and wonder! It should be read because it will speak to us about where we are going and what will be our consequences to bad actions in the future. It is a real treatise on America.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 11, 2007

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    This book is the strongest work I have read on the gathering storm of mayhem hitting the world today! It is stimulating and pricks the brain with the constant possibility that id could all be true! I was spin-tingly as I read the 596 pages of pure action and frightened at the plausibility of it all. I have read all three of Mr. Bradley's excellent works and this is the best yet! I know it will take you to the very last page and leave you wondering where we are headed as a world. I advise everyone to read it and wonder!

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  • Posted June 6, 2009

    It's a book you can't help but admire as much as you hate its topic.

    I admire the author, Steven Clark Bradley, for taking on such a task.
    One thing I asked myself throughout the book is: Is this story fiction or is it true? One can only hope it is fiction, but the evidence paralleled by world events says there's a good chance that what we are seeing may really be the end of the world. But, who knows? And, who will be here to witness it, anyway?

    I admitted to the author that I get an eerie feeling and unsettled dreams after reading this book. No wonder. It's a scary nightmare to think that we may be witnessing events such as those in the book as they unfold in modern day social and political events. The book opens with a vivid description of a world gone wild. Money, governmental control, media, chaos, war, rampant fear, and terror are noted.

    Bradley gives reason for the condition of our world by taking us back to when it all began--the day Nimrod was born in 4,000 BC. Who is Nimrod? The son of Cush, the great-grandson of Noah. You remember these guys from Bible class, right? If you know anything about the book of Revelation and the seven seals, you will have a strong reason to believe that world events are a result of unseen warfare in the invisible realm.

    It all started with the division of good and evil in the Garden of Eden. Remember Adam, Eve, the snake, the fall of man, the apple, the Tree of Life, Lucifer--the morning star better known as Satan? It is clear that the story is based upon a belief that the figurative Garden of Eden (the Christian version of creation) is for real, but I don't take these things literally. To me, they are analogies, metaphors, and such. Sure, I believe in energy both negative and positive and I know they have an effect on me. But entities? Okay, maybe there are angels and demons. But, I prefer to stay in my safe little cocoon where all is love and there are no divisional lines of religious doctrine or dogma. But, this book won't let a reader stay there. The 593 pages of text disturb my ability to ignore world events.

    Cush, after defiling his teenage daughter, rejoiced as she brought forth his son. This infant of incest would become the savior of Lucifer and his evil subjects. This devil child, called Nimrod, would rebel and fight against Elyon (God, Jehovah) in an organized effort to control the hearts of mankind. The book tells the story of the fall of the Tower of Babylon; and thus, the war of good and evil is distinctly in progress. Through death, life, rebirth, reincarnation--whatever you want to call it, Nimrod comes to life 666 times in various human forms throughout history. It is now 666 generations later. That means the Antichrist is in the world now. In Bradley's story, another sinister entity named Abbadon possesses the US Vice-president Manassa Dormain--a man whose son was conceived similar to Rosemary's baby/the Virgin Birth story. There were drugs involved so it is not clear even to the mother how it really happened. Drugs do play a part in this story. Big pharmaceutical companies and government cohorts control the issue of all substances. The masses are experiencing severe rage-like symptoms known as TORS (Terror Offense Reflex Syndrone. The only drug to treat it is available only through the government.

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