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Days of Elijah (Revised): A True Story. By the Grace of God: Urgent and Authenticated Non-fiction Set to Unveil Freemason Truths. Paperback – August 7, 2009

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WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING about DAYS OF ELIJAH (REVISED AND EXPANDED): A TRUE STORY - 232 pages:

In this riveting real-life account, Eliza Earsman shares all about Freemasonry's documented connections to corrupt politics and harrowing world events ...

Thumbs up Eliza! In fact double thumbs up! ...

Days of Elijah exposes some of the darkest secrets the Freemasons have attempted to hide, including such intriguing facts as: ...

Days of Elijah: A True Story is a war document. Details lodged with Institute of War Documentation in Holland...

Scottish Ritual Freemasonry - a group which has tried fervently to remain under international radar! ...

Sensible and multicultural readers benefit from insightful access to understanding the historical content and context...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 and Expanded): A True Story provides an opportunity to step into the life of one courageous outspoken woman! ...

Your books deserve the light of day. Congrats...

A wonderful gift. A must-read! ...

You are one brave woman...

If you have an intriguing mind these true life details are a must. They will open your eyes to what is going on and your heart to the author for having the tenacity and the ability to present this story ...

Further testimonials on elizaearsman.com/testimonials.html

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POWERFUL, DISTURBING, AUTHENTICATED NON-FICTION!

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/familiar spirits, 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Sensible and multicultural readers will benefit from insightful access to understanding the historical content and context.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 and Expanded): A True Story provides an opportunity to step into the life of one courageous outspoken woman! A must-read!

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Product Details

  • Paperback: 304 pages
  • Publisher: Eliza Earsman (August 7, 2009)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0955624827
  • ISBN-13: 978-0955624827
  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.7 x 9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 12 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,693,042 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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By Carol A. Brown on October 26, 2013
Format: Kindle Edition
I've just finished The Days of Elijah ... and I find myself pondering. It is the kind of book that stays with you and calls you to deep thoughts and serious prayer.

I think I would call this book an expose as it exposes a great deal. It is also a memoir of the author's experiences and s a compilation of evidence for a legal case!

I learned far more about Freemasonry than I'd ever imagined. I was amazed at how intricately the church, the police and the ruling class in Britain and Scotland are all mixed up in it together.

I learned something of the reach of the organization and the lengths they go to achieve their plans. I was appalled. The very ones an individual should be able to count on for help seemed intent upon divesting the author of her rightful inheritance, house and home, her sanity and self respect--even her life if she didn't roll over and play dead. This is a serious book making serious charges.

It is not read in one sitting--it is information dense. However, those who love an intricate, complex mystery will be drawn by the intrigue and duplicitous plotting and scheming. Students of society will find it a good read. Those who love justice and take up the cause of the underdog will have a hard time putting it down. You will want to join Eliza in bringing the guilty to account.

American readers will find some unfamiliar vocabulary, but it never hurts to hone those dictionary skills! : ) I admired the author's tenacity and her unwavering faith throughout the ordeal. She not only survived, she came out wiser, more knowledgeable and much, much stronger in her faith--sure of her destiny and calling. I say "Bravo!"

And my prayer is that some faithful servant with legal skills will join Eliza in seeing that wrong is righted and evil is stopped!

Would I recommend the book? Yes, to sensible people, thoughtful people, and people of prayer.
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This is an interesting book written by Eliza Earsman. She has been brought up in Scotland and has investigated the institutions there to uncover the crimes of the Freemasons, the church and the police. She states the police tend to the Freemasons and the church is corrupted by the Freemasons. She has fought them alone throughout her life and she has been victimized by the police who have tried to arrest her on many occassions. Through her trials and adversities, she has been made homeless and has even entered into a mental institution. This is not to say she was mad, but that she was incriminated by the establishment for crimes that they deemed 'insane'. But her research is very good. She has outlined family details and family trees of various high and wealthy people and has shown their criminal histories. She has facts of people and places and she has listed many names of importance in the hierarchy and organization of Freemasonry, the church and the police. Even looking at the Royal family and their authority in Freemasonry, the church and the police Eliza shows no fear but only bravery in confronting the truth to the crimes of the institutions of Great Britain. Eliza has continually followed God's will and teachings in order to prevent and inform people regarding the crimes made by the institutions and she has sacrificed her whole life to show who is guilty for crimes against justice and God's will. Eliza has stated that the institution is following Satan and Baal in their worship, teachings, rituals, actions and influences. This is a great book. It is so personal that you can tell Eliza is truly involved and interactive with the subjects she is dealing with. That can only be called Holy. It is a good book by a good person and a book that is well worth reading. She is now making a film of her life. I hope that turns out well. It may be well worth watching.
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I've just finished The Days of Elijah ... and I find myself pondering. It is the kind of book that stays with you and calls you to deep thoughts and serious prayer.

I think I would call this book an expose as it exposes a great deal. It is also a memoir of the author's experiences and s a compilation of evidence for a legal case!

I learned far more about Freemasonry than I'd ever imagined. I was amazed at how intricately the church, the police and the ruling class in Britain and Scotland are all mixed up in it together.

I learned something of the reach of the organization and the lengths they go to achieve their plans. I was appalled. The very ones an individual should be able to count on for help seemed intent upon divesting the author of her rightful inheritance, house and home, her sanity and self respect--even her life if she didn't roll over and play dead. This is a serious book making serious charges.

It is not read in one sitting--it is information dense. However, those who love an intricate, complex mystery will be drawn by the intrigue and duplicitous plotting and scheming. Students of society will find it a good read. Those who love justice and take up the cause of the underdog will have a hard time putting it down. You will want to join Eliza in bringing the guilty to account.

American readers will find some unfamiliar vocabulary, but it never hurts to hone those dictionary skills! : ) I admired the author's tenacity and her unwavering faith throughout the ordeal. She not only survived, she came out wiser, more knowledgeable and much, much stronger in her faith--sure of her destiny and calling. I say "Bravo!"

And my prayer is that some faithful servant with legal skills will join Eliza in seeing that wrong is righted and evil is stopped!

Would I recommend the book? Yes, to sensible people, thoughtful people, and people of prayer.
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