Obama's Ring: The Seat of Satan

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Does Barack Obama's ring carry a sinister message? The idea that his ring carried an Islamic message was debunked when a photo revealed that was not the message on the ring. What that photo revealed was even more sinister than an Islamic message. It revealed a Satanic association of Biblical importance.

Displayed on Obama's ring are two coiled serpents. Many verses in the Bible refer to Satan as a serpent; starting in the Garden of Eden in Genesis, and moving to the church at ...

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Overview

Does Barack Obama's ring carry a sinister message? The idea that his ring carried an Islamic message was debunked when a photo revealed that was not the message on the ring. What that photo revealed was even more sinister than an Islamic message. It revealed a Satanic association of Biblical importance.

Displayed on Obama's ring are two coiled serpents. Many verses in the Bible refer to Satan as a serpent; starting in the Garden of Eden in Genesis, and moving to the church at Pergamos, in Revelation. According to Apostle John, writing from Patmos to the seven churches of Asia Minor, Satan's seat was at the church of Pergamos. John's reference was to the icon for the great medical center there which was represented by serpents.

Using that reference from Apostle John's letter to Pergamos, there are many other clues in the Bible, and from current events, that suggest Barack Obama might be the one described in the Book of Revelation as the deceiver, that great threat to Israel and Christians. The author reveals many connections to suggest that possibility.

The author describes the major event that will allow the rise of the Antichrist, how the Antichrist will get his great power, how the second beast will support the first beast, and why and how those Biblical writings are tied directly to current events. According to the author: Agenda 21, the Muslim Brotherhood, the One World Order, Wahabbism, and the actions by Barack Obama reveal signs of the 'End Times.' This book ties all these things together to show a clear and revealing picture of that Biblical prophesy.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781483946351
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 3/27/2013
  • Pages: 254
  • Sales rank: 1,394,745
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.53 (d)

Meet the Author

Will Clark’s author experiences began by writing inspection and evaluation reports in the U.S. Air Force. He is a retired Air Force officer and a Vietnam veteran, serving in Saigon from 1966 to 1967. His other overseas assignments include Misawa, Japan and Ankara, Turkey.

In 1995, he authored a book, How to Learn, as a county-wide study skills project to encourage students to improve their grades in DeSoto County, Mississippi. Education supporters printed and distributed four thousand copies. He also wrote a weekly education column for a local newspaper, The Desoto County Tribune.

His next published book was School Bells and Broken Tales, a parody of nursery rhyme characters, also a motivation and education book for children. His other books include Shades of Retribution, a historical novel, and Simply Success, a motivation guide for students and employees.

His action novels include a trilogy based on Atlantis and crystals. The first book is titled: The Atlantis Crystal. The second book is titled: She Waits In Atlantis. The third is: Return to Atlantis. This trilogy is based on his travels while assigned to Turkey, site of the ancient city of Troy. While in Turkey, he visited the ruins of Troy and the seven biblical churches described in the Bible Book of Revelation.

His last book, 666: Mark of the Beast, is a sequel to his previous book, America 20XX: The New World Order.

Clark and his wife, Marie, live in Diamondhead, Mississippi, where they play golf with many friends.
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