Excerpt from The Birth of the Next Nation: Illustrated and the New Birth From Mosaic Prophecies
To The Publisher:
"The Birth of the Next Nation," gives the origin of the present war from a prophetical point of view. It starts with the Democratic Commonwealth of Israel nearly thirty five hundred years ago, and ends with the Reign of William II Rex of Germany as the last of the Belshazzar-Hohenzollern line of Kings and as the last mile-post of Gentile Dominion. It is a history of Kingcraft from the time of that disobedient cry for a king in the time of the Judges of Israel, to the present cry from the different nations of the earth, as the voice of God in prophecy, for the world to be made safe for Democracy again. As a history of prophecy, it is verified from a political point of view, just as Von Bernhardi, from a military one, or Roland G. Usher from a commercial one, apprehended this present war some years before it commenced. Of necessity herein are found causes which led to the formation of the German Empire in 1871 and to its destruction in 1918.
Only in this case we have the sure word of prophecy verified by history for the times and the dividing of times of all the national events, not only for the rise and fall of that empire, but also for the ending of the Jubilee Cycles, in 1925; that the Restoration of Israel may be followed by the birth of an International Freedom beginning at that time.
It was sometime after thrones began to fall and dynasties change to republics that we began our work. Then with a steady looking ahead, we wrote away until William The Last accommodated a distracted world by leaving his throne and fleeing into the wilderness. This ended Daniel's Seven Times prophecy of 2,520 years (B. C. 606 - 1915, A. D.). It was a verification of Chapter V. written years ago.
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