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Staggeringly Incorrect Interpretation of Scripture
Reviewed in the United States on April 1, 2021
First, let me say that I am Anon. I was literally on the board when Q made his (their) first drop, and there was a lot of discussion about what was going on. I’ve been following & researching since then. So I know lots of details of the Great Awakening. And, I also study the Bible in Hebrew, Greek & Aramaic.
What we are going through now, politically is NOT the Tribulation. Not even close.
This book includes misinterpretation of many key books of the Bible, including Revelation, Daniel, Paul’s Epistles, and nearly everything that touches upon end times activities. The author claims that Daniel’s 70th week is not a week of years, and has nothing to do with Israel. Even though the angel Gabriel told Daniel the opposite.
And all the while, she mocks the writings of trained theologists, dismissing them - ALL of them, which is to say, anyone that can read and understand the clear words of God - as puppets of the modern NWO, even though a great deal of our understanding of prophecy comes directly from, or is based upon the writings of the early church fathers, who arguably lived way before the NWO.
Basically, this author has reinterpreted everything we know about prophecy, not based upon any studied opinion of the writings in their original language, the cultural beliefs of the day (the “setting”), or any other known methodology of interpretation. Rather, her interpretation comes from her personal feelings and beliefs based upon the Q movement. For example, the two witnesses of Revelation? She believes these are religious institutions (1 witness) and government (2nd witness).
This is all wrong. My fellow Anons would be the first to agree with this. Sadly, I’ll never get back the 2 hours I spent reading this book. But you, my dear potential reader, need not waste your 2 hours at all.
To sum all this up, this is easily the worst book I’ve ever read. If you want to know more about Q, go read Joe M’s twitter posts, if you can find them. If you want to know more about end times prophecy, go read Chuck Missler.
But do not confuse these two topics, and do not buy this book. Don’t say I didn’t warn you.