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As foretold in Ancient Numerology, the book destined to be the National Writing Month Winner nominated for the Amazon Breakthrough Award, the Man-Booker Prize and a Nobel Prize for 2011-12 by a Guinness World Record-breaking screenwriter/author. From sensational details held secretly in the archives of the Vatican, the Pentagon and the Kremlin-only now can they be fully revealed. Was a thinly-disguised form of Holocaust-denial responsible for some of the worst catastrophes in health, economics and war-damage ever inflicted or suffered?Events linked across the centuries seem to form a sinister pattern which leaps out on a breathtaking timescale.Can anyone plunged unwillingly into it escape? The cover depicts Catriona of Caithness in cloth-of-gold presenting Scotland to the more simply clad RebeccaR at Wem, August 1643 with thistle and dove symbols depicting both Scotland and new lands peacefully inclined to her. That was the same Scotland which came to the assistance of her allies within weeks. The Virgin Mary symbol was to convince the artists many Catholic clients that it was solely a devotional picture with no political content. No leather shoe is shown in the original picture, implying that RebeccaR and all the others in it could be what we would now call vegan-not uncommon in ascetic circles even then.RC Saints Francis & Clare are well known examples. In reality, RebeccaR was believed to have stout waterproof oiled fabric boots and Dutch-style wooden clogs, owing to the wet late Summer weather in 1643. Painted by Vermeer, it was after studies by herbalist A.Winter- who later became best known from Winter-Green therapies, sketched c.August 1643.
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  • Paperback | 422 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 24.38mm | 712.14g
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1514133350
  • 9781514133354

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