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The History of Tomorrow

Some Things Will Never Change

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By:

Julian Archer

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Elite forces of international diplomats crisscross our globe. They frantically negotiate to try and deflect blazing sparks away from fuel-drenched, religio- political conflicts. The search is on for a leader who can calm our fears and deliver peace and security to our planet.

We sign treaties to solve rapidly escalating economic, environmental and security problems, but it often seems so futile. What are we missing?

The History of Tomorrow reveals earth’s last 2,600 years through the eyes of kings, prophets, popes and presidents. It unveils a pattern in the timeline of history, and exposes an event that will soon permanently alter the face of our planet.

The History of Tomorrow is a foundational resource for anyone who seeks to understand the tectonic movements that are shaping geopolitics, religion, and economics today.

Julian Archer is an Australian author and researcher. He travels the globe teaching about the impacts of economic prosperity on spirituality and national security.

20 or fewer in store (can be backordered)

ISBN: 9780994497406 |

9780994497406 |

38 |

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