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A Collection of Verse

A Collection of Verse

PROVOCATIVE, REASONED, INSTINCTIVE, FUNNY, ROBUST!

Specific attention should be paid to the final poem “LEST SHE FORGETS,” which details the intended World War III atrocities of Queen Elizabeth Mountbatten-Windsor—British reigning monarch. Sanity galvanizes readers to act! Commend this book to others.

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Days of Elijah (Revised): A True Story

Days of Elijah

Despite failed attempts to silence this author, details emerge of the spiritual contentions and intentions of Britain’s Mountbatten-Windsor Royal family, their inner circles, and other horrifying realities behind the Scottish Ritual Freemasons. Their World War III agenda is exposed. This evidence will move, shock, and sadden readers as a story of loss, faith, love, action, and grief unfolds. But…remnants of joy and laughter engage readers as the details encompass the author’s Scottish lowland birth, background, childhood, adulthood, and calling at the age of forty. Sensible and multicultural readers will benefit from insightful access to understanding the historical content and context. Based on integrity, goodwill, and an already high worldwide profile, Days of Elijah (Revised): A True Story provides an opportunity to step into the life of one courageous outspoken woman!

A must-read!

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http://www.elizaearsman.com/order.html


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