I first started to notice that events in the Gulf War in 1990/91 bore a striking similarity to events described in The Book of Revelation. In particular, the smoke from the burning oil wells in Kuwait made me think of "smoke going up from the bottomless pit" (ch9:2). Shortly afterwards, I realised the identity of the Beast 666.
I waited for years, expecting someone else to reveal this identity, but no one, to my knowledge, has done so to date. This encouraged me, when I retired in 2011, to publish my thoughts and a lot of additional information became obvious from further researching the project, resulting in the publication of "Bible Prophecies Fulfilled by 2012"
Now, as well as this updated edition In 2014, I have just published another book called "The Last Days - The Last Pope,The Antichrist and The False Prophet", which builds on the information in Bible Prophecies - 2012 and looks more closely at what is going to happen in the last days, before the predicted arrival of The New Jerusalem. Since the current Pope is supposed to be the last one and he is in his late seventies, it cannot be very long now until it all happens!
The new book is published and available for sale on Amazon as a paperback or as Kindle download and is reviewed on my website: www.alan-peters.com.
I have also started to edit and publish books for other authors and some of these can be seen, together with information of the services I provide at: www.sevenoakspublishing.co.uk
I am always happy to receive feedback or questions via either of these sites
Alan Peters - August 2014
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Bible Prophecies Fulfilled by 2012
by Alan Peters
Discover the Bible Prophecies already fulfilled by 2012, including: 9/11, The Gulf War,the creation of The State of Israel and other amazing prophecies of the “ End Times”. The identities of the Beast 666, The Angel of the Bottomless Pit, the Beast with 7 heads and the Final Prophecy, are all examined and clearly revealed, in a modern, well reasoned and non-religious interpretation.
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