The Matrix of Gog: From the Land of Magog Came the Khazars to Destroy and Plunder [NOOK Book]

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Has Gog, from Magog, already conquered the Land of Israel?
 
Ezekiel 38-39 prophesies that in the last days, Gog, demonic ruler of the land of Magog, shall come against Israel, which is brought forth out of the nations. He shall come like a storm and shall conquer this land of unwalled villages, and ...
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The Matrix of Gog: From the Land of Magog Came the Khazars to Destroy and Plunder

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Overview

Has Gog, from Magog, already conquered the Land of Israel?
 
Ezekiel 38-39 prophesies that in the last days, Gog, demonic ruler of the land of Magog, shall come against Israel, which is brought forth out of the nations. He shall come like a storm and shall conquer this land of unwalled villages, and take them hostage.
 
This conquest by Gog and his army will eventually spiral into a bloody global war so catastrophic that God, Himself, will finally put an end to it.
 
Who is Gog? Where is the land of Magog? Now, with new and astonishing archeological and genetic discoveries, we have amazing evidence that, in fact, Magog is situated in Southern Russia, in the Caucusus, and Gog is the name of the great ruler of the Kingdom of Khazaria. Khazaria is the land of the non-Semitic, Turkic peoples who falsely claim to be Jews. From Khazaria, in the eight century, these pagan peoples, having converted to Judaism, fled to Europe to escape invading Russian warriors.
 
In 1948, the Khazarians went on to Palestine, where they conquered the peaceful Palestinians and set up a pretentious, new “Kingdom of Israel.” The Khazarians, claiming to be “Jews,” are from Magog. Led by Satan’s Gog, in the last days they are destined to plunge the entire world into bloodshed, chaos, and war. Ezekiel 38-39 is fulfilled in front of our eyes!
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940149343003
  • Publisher: RiverCrest Publishing
  • Publication date: 4/9/2014
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 160
  • Sales rank: 443,228
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

Daniel Patrick was born in Missouri and served in the U.S. Navy during the Vietnam War. He studied art in Europe, graduated from Bible College, read hundreds of books, listened to thousands of sermons and came to the conclusion that Christian Zionism was not biblical and had terribly misled Christianity. After nearly fifteen years of research and with much prayer and the guidance of the Holy Spirit, this book, The Matrix of Gog, was created.
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