Subject: Glenn Kimball on Coast to Coast Sept
I am most pleased to have been invited to do the Sept. 11th show on Coast
to Coast radio. You can go to www.coasttocoastam.com and get the
information. This will be a very important show for me. I will be
introducing the topic of the "Undead" treated in my new CD on Melchizedek.
I will also be introducing my new CD on The Visions and Prayers of George
Washington. That link has yet to be finished. Any of you still
wishing a copy of the Melchizedek CD can obtain both of the new CD's for a
combined price on the web this week. For those kind souls who have become
my friends over the telephone you may leave your personal requests with me on my
telephone number. 1-888-904-9394. The sensational part of the General
Washington CD is that he too had an exposure to one of the probable undead and
spoke of it. His experience was not only published in the Congressional
Record, but was recorded by two of his closest friends who had fought along side
him and were with him in Dec 1777 when he had the original vision. Capt
David Perry and Anthony Sherman, who wrote the book Reflections of an Old
Soldier, were the principle witnesses to this experience of Washington.
Capt Perry is the one who records the fact that when Washington came out of the
tent after this experience that Washington said to him "the eleventh of
September was to be a most dreadful and fearful day". Here Washington had
clearly seen a vision of the future of the Americas and he fears Sept.
11th. One cannot understand the vision of Washington without understanding
the prophet Melchizedek and his prophetic penetrations into mortality from time
to time. The two tapes dovetail each other so very well, though they are
very different stories. Both of them speak of the intervention of the
heavens in the lives of men and the various ways that these kinds of things are
done. There are those of you who wanted a list of references pertaining to the
CD on Melchizedek. It is as follows:
NOW HERE IS THE DEAL. If you order three books from the
list I will send you a copy of my new CD on George Washington for free.
The only hitch is that you will have to wait up to three and a half weeks for
it. I will send the books as soon as possible, but the CD may come
late. That is as good as I do. I will not offer this deal to the
madding crowd of Coast to Coast. Glenn
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