Tunnel Thru the Air or Looking Back from 1940

Tunnel Thru the Air or Looking Back from 1940

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The name -W. D. Gann- is known throughout the stocks and commodities markets. However, this particular book has nothing to do with investing! In this inspirational masterpiece about the role of the human being in the universe, W. D. Gann uses the Bible to explore the secret to successful living. Through direct teachings from the Bible, you will learn how to understand, obey and apply the universal laws revealed in the Bible in order to bring about your own latent talents and powers and put you on the road towards health, happiness and prosperity. A book, to be worth reading, must do more than amuse and interest. It must be instructive to be of real value to the reader. This book has a threefold purpose: First, it is an interesting romance. Second, it teaches a moral lesson and proves the natural laws laid down in the Bible. Third, it shows the value of science, foreknowledge and preparedness. It has been well said that truth is stranger than fiction. This story is founded on facts and events, many of which have happened or will happen in the future. The -Tunnel Thru the Air- is mysterious and contains a valuable secret, clothed in veiled language. Some will find it the first time they read it, others will see it in the second reading, but the greatest number will find the hidden secret when they read it the third time.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 227 pages
  • 198.12 x 248.92 x 15.24mm | 317.51g
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 9650060154
  • 9789650060152
  • 114,882

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