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The book of destiny : an open statement of…

The book of destiny : an open statement of the authentic and inspired…

by Herman Bernard Kramer

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Fr. Kramer spent over 30 years compiling this fantastic and frightening interpretation of the Apocalypse, which he took from the writings of The Fathers of The Church. Read how Red Communism is the scourge of God on sinful nations; who was given the "keys" of Hell, who the sun, the moon and the stars are. Weep at the apostasy of Rome when she overthrows the Vatican-Papacy. Read of her awesome fate for becoming the "Great Harlot" Understand why one-third of the human race will die in the Third World War. Do the Fathers say what the mark of the Beast will be? What does the number 666 mean? When do Henoch and Elias enter the drama? WHEN - WHY do we lose the Sacrifice of the Mass? For priests and laity alike. A great spiritual gift for all. Imprimatur.

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