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The Final Warning: Your Survival Guide to the New Millennium Hardcover – April, 2000

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Product Details

  • Hardcover: 185 pages
  • Publisher: Picasso Publications (April 2000)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1552790304
  • ISBN-13: 978-1552790304
  • Product Dimensions: 9.2 x 6.3 x 0.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 14.7 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (66 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #681,349 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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The final warning is too general, like getting a psychic reading she tells me things i already know, climate change, political revolutional, economic disasters and supposed revelations from an apparition (fatima) that re-tell the book of revelation, daniel and isaiah...never the less i give her some credit for bringing additional interest to the need of entire nations and peoples' need to change their ways or face judgement as never before witnessed...
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By A Customer on June 20, 2000
I, too, feel I must chime in and express my disappointment in this book. The subject matter is fascinating; I've been interested in End Times prophecy for quite some time. After hearing Kathleen on Art Bell's show, I ordered the book eagerly. There were some major delays with the book's arrival, but that's another matter.
The writing is of poor quality. The book's production values seem to be not quite up to par. The fact that so much of the book was based on the Lueken work was the most shocking part of it all. The supply list in the back of the book smacked of hucksterism.
I, too, am sorry I bought this book, and urge those who are interested in this sort of material to look elsewhere, starting with Father Malachi Martin's books. Fr. Martin's books will stand the test of time; this book will not.
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First of all, I read the book and I am Roman Catholic. And while I appreciate her acknowledgement that the second coming will come, I am confused by the mixed messages this book conveys. For example, like the other reader, why would Jesus's mother be interested in saving fine china! Why would anyone be taken into stocking food for long term survival when a comet is going to strike the US! And also, why would anyone cheapen this most important message on the second coming of Christ by supplying a list of survival items and even giving pricing information at the back of the book! Is Kathleen on commission? It seems to me that Martin Luther also objected to selling "religious relics" and "indulgences" to those of us who were spiritually vulnerable at the time. Please, don't mix the holy message about the Second Coming of Christ with spiritual snake oil salespeople. Father Martins books on the other hand are incredible. "Hostage to the Devil" shows the tragedy and triumph of raw spiritual warfare and how powerful a weapon, "Christ centered Agape Love" is against Satanic forces. I think Kathleen owes true believers everywhere an apology for selling candles in her sales brochure called "The Final Warning" and a committment next time to giving us some footnotes and leaving out the products. Oh yes, and one other thing...here is the most evil man on earth and she doesn't have the spiritual courage to say who she thinks he is...."The Maitreya" at [...] I don't get it? Why not share who the wolves are...after all Jesus Himself said...there will be many who will claim to be the Christ in the last days and will lead many astray. The Maitreya may very well be only one of many antichrists.....
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By A Customer on June 14, 2000
My book arrived today. It is very small, only 143 pages of text. Following the text are 4-5 pages of pictures that I've seen several other places. Then there is and "end time supply list" with a price list and ordering information! Gee, another way to get more money out of the reader. The final section is "useful prayers."
I'm not finding any new information at all. What I see here is anything that can be found on the Internet on various conspiracy web sites.
Saying that I'm not impressed is about the nicest thing I can say.
Here is one of my favorite passages in the book (pg. 42, in the chapter about The Warning):
"The entire top layer of the earth will shake for twenty minutes. The Blessed Mother has mentioned that it would be prudent to pack away any fine china or other treasures you hold dear."
Gee...a comet has just struck the earth...I've viewed my soul as God views it...I might be damned to Hell for eternity ...there is a 20 minute earthquake going on outside my window....but if I manage to survive all of this, I can unpack Grandma's fine china and have a dinner party!
Doesn't the Blessed Mother have anything more important to discuss than china?
The bibliography is very short. No footnotes are provided for any of the quotations. Keating simply states that the quote came from so and so and such and thus, and provides no concrete source for it. She also quotes Veronica Leuken extensively (almost on every page). Veronica Leuken claimed to have visions of the Blessed Virgin Mary and claimed to have received messages from her. The Catholic Church has never approved these supposed appartions, so using Ms. Leuken as your main source of information is treading on dangerous ground.
I am so sorry I wasted my money on this book. I've seen better research and better writing styles from high school students.
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I was initially fascinated by this book. However, it was a letdown, considering the inordinate amount of hype it received. Kathleen A. Keating makes some good points about end-time prophecy. But if she were true to her faith, she would have been more fundamental in her reference to the fact that Jesus Christ Himself said that no one knows when the world will end. Her references to internment camps in New Jersey are unfounded. Even the pictures are incredulous, as they lack any substantive evidence. Though probably a typo (and there were many), the author early on refers to the Roswell UFO crash as having taken place in 1948. The author claims to be a fundamental Catholic, yet assigns great power to medals and icons, etc. She takes basic Catholicism, and skews it to meet her own superstitious convictions. Ms. Keating is obviously a fan of The Godfather movies, as is evident by her discussion of the Popes. It was fortuitous for my own sake that by the time the author discussed the anti-Christ, I was at the point of amusement. She claims to have met with "the anti-Christ's people," and knows who the anti-Christ is. If Ms. Keating were truly concerned for the safety of all (or even just Catholics), she would identify this person for us. She veers from her discussion of end-time prophecy, which, for me, was where I began getting confused. And besides, any truly religious person understands that the Bible warns of false prophets, which is clearly how the author comes across in this book. Sorry, but this one is for tabloid readers only (or if you have spare time and need some entertainment).
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