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They Saw Our Day - Researched and presented by Lance Richardson

Amazing prophecies were given to the Hopi Indians as well as the Mahayan of China, the Tibetans, Kikuyu of Africa, the Mayans, Aztecs and Incas of South America, and great number of North American Indian tribes. Many of these prophecies came from a Great White Brother who visited most of these peoples, taught them of peace, and prophesied what would occur to them until he returned in the last days to help build a society of complete peace in this land. The coming forth of the automobile, airplanes, electricity, phone systems, man on the moon, great wars, climactical disasters and even cloning foretold. Three great shakings of the earth were also prophesied. The third is yet to take place. Many significant signs and warnings were given to watch for the final great shaking or time of purification. After that cleansing, a time of complete peace was to come upon this land. Also contained herein is the vision of General George Washington which he beheld at Valley Forge, selected quatrains from Nostradamus, as well as verses from the noted Mother Shipton.

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About the Author

Lance Richardson is a writer and journalist living in New York, originally from Sydney, Australia. His work has been published in the Guardian, the New Yorker, and more, and he also practices travel writing. Richardson has lectured at museums, spoken on ABC Radio National, and held a solo photography exhibition. He has a masters degree in longform journalism from the Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute, NYU.