Friday, February 01, 2008

TGIF February 1, 2008 Is Nimrod Rising toward the end of time?

Steven Clark Bradley will be joining Yvonne Perry today on Writers in the Sky Podcast!

Steven Clark Bradley is a former resident and South Bend mayoral candidate. He has lived in 34 countries, including Pakistan, Iraq and Turkey. He has a master’s degree in liberal studies from Indiana University. He speaks French and Turkish. He has been an assistant to a prosecutor, a university instructor and a freelance journalist. Steven is the author of Probable Cause and Stillborn.


Click here to listen to part 1 of the interview...

Synopsis of Nimrod Rising

Have you ever felt that the world was guided in ways that are beyond man's control? The constant changes in the world since the time of Nimrod 4000 years ago until today and all the events that have shaken the world have been to bring the universe back into the hands of the Prince of Darkness, Lucia, a world that he had ruled with his Watchers before it was all ripped from his grasp when man was created. Nimrod Rising paints a diabolical picture of how the Prince of Darkness executes his evil plot to take the world back by force and destroy civilization in the process. From the Great Builder Nimrod in 4000 BC to today, 666 generations later, you can ride the storm of Nimrod Rising and experience the death of a world and the birth pangs of another. You will swear it is really upon us!

Click here to listen to part 2...

To read more about Stephen Bradley please visit his website http://www.stevenbradley.net/


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2 comments:

marsha said...

I was just drifting by...blog surfing wasting time. I like your video intro. Nicely done!!oh and nice blog too!

marsha said...

this book sounds interesting...I probably wouldn't make it all the way thru...I'm a coward.