We place in your hands a work of unparalleled importance, great insight and extraordinary scholarship. P.D. Stuart writes in a clear, precise and compelling manner, penetrating to the heart of his subject. Indeed, much care and attention has been bestowed by the author in this edition of his second 'Treatise' "Anti-Christ is a Woman" (being the sequel to Book 1 of "Codeword Barbelon"). In the prosecution of a purpose, which is not polemical, but factual, the author has undertaken a task not agreeable to most; but which, in keeping with his promise in Book 1, he proceeds to perform. And he does so in a calm and judicial temper, giving cogent and compelling reasons for the startling propositions he advances, so that those who may at first believe the alarm to be groundless, may nevertheless yet be convinced.
Following upon the success of his earlier work (Book 1), the author must now be given the credit as one of the most exact thinkers to have graced this generation; possessing an acuity-to a degree that is almost inconceivable in an age like our own, of loose thinking and slapdash reasoning-and the power of following through his observations and convictions to their logical conclusion. 'Amongst other subjects, the author reveals the true forces behind what has been called the greatest recession to sweep the world and to shake up all nations'. Stuart asserts that we are living at a time more momentous than that of the advent Ignatius Loyola or that of Luther, 'viz., that the scenes are shifting in the great theatre of the world and that the final act is being played out on the American stage'. In so doing, he brings to the attention of his readers, once again, matters of infinite and practical importance. The issues? He says, they are visible behind the scenes to those who have eyes to see. Change, he says, 'is in the air, and the apocalyptic visions are soon to be realized'.
'One of the omens of this 'apocalypse' Stuart contends is that we are facing The great recession to sweep the world and to shake up all nations' and that all the desperate attempts to stop the meltdown, including several billion dollar bail-outs have so far failed to achieve their objectives! So much so that Pope Benedict, on July 7, 2009, called for a new world political authority' to manage the global economy and to regulate national economies - 'But, Is the financial meltdown mere chance and accident or is there more to all of this than meets the eye?' 'Why are world events spinning out of control?' 'Why do the explanations we hear from our government officials seem so unreliable?' 'And Why do the establishment news media leave us feeling like we have only heard part of the story?' 'Was Thomas Watson right when he warned in 1910 that the evils of the credit and paper system, must, at no distant day, lead to a monetary crisis?' 'Why is this all happening now?'
'Stuart contends that the book of "Revelation" is not the wild rant of an old prophet, but rather it has a startling message about our time when a global financial crisis would be unleashed upon the world resulting in the establishment of a One World Government that will control who may buy or sell - 'while some may yet doubt the relevance or reliability of prophetic predictions, it is an age-old human propensity to try and see into the future. This universal desire supposes a latent belief in the human mind in the possibility of prophecy'. In fact, the greatest scientist of his generation, none less than he who propounded the theory of gravity, Sir Isaac Newton, wrote, in 1727, "About the Time of the End", a body of men will be raised up who will turn their attention to the prophecies, and insist upon their literal interpretation, 'this they will do in the midst of much clamor and opposition'. This volume gives attention to the prophecies that concern our time. Indeed, it impossible to read this book without feeling that it propounds a vast amount of information which explains a great bulk of prophecy, and in a manner that is both precise and convincing.
And as if that were not enough to keep his reader riveted, the author offers even more startling propositions in this volume than he did in Book 1 ("Codeword Barbelon"). 'In presenting this second volume to the public, the author does so in the hope of reaching an even larger audience, and for the same reason that one would awaken a sleeping family in a burning dwelling or wave a lantern at a crowd with shouts of danger' at the approach of a railway train about to derail. 'For as the author shows, most convincingly, the stage is now set for a gigantic, global financial system of unimaginable evil-as foretold-essentially satanic in its origin, and under the control of what in Scripture is called Anti-Christ', or the 'Apostasy of the latter times' - Savanarola La Maitre, Philippe le Bel, Editors, October 31st, 2009. Excerpt from first chapter: 'Beneath the surface of the seas, men are busy in the wonderful submarines. Thought speeds over the cable, thousands of miles along the ocean's bed. The diver works as securely under the vessel, as the engineer does in the hold of the ship. On the surface of the earth, travel skims at bird-like speed-overhead flies the airship.
Marvelous [sic] inventions have recreated the physical world; and a man who died fifty years ago would hardly recognize the habitat which he left, were he to return. In science and art, in literature and journalism, the human mind has scouted antiquated forms and dogmas, boldly dashing onward to higher and better standards. Yet in this age of colored photography, of the talking machine, of the electric light, of the motor-car, of the airship, of the printing-press, of the moving picture. Superstition is seated upon her ancient throne, with the cowl of the monk on her head, the silly gibberish of the Dark Ages on her tongue, and the implacable ferocity of the inquisition in her soul...'Nor do I apologize for the pointed language of this present volume, which I believe will prove most profitable to the reader. I retract nothing-I blot out nothing. My language is exactly what it should be at this hour, for to quote Garrison, 'the apathy of the people is enough to make every statue leap from its pedestal, and to hasten the resurrection of the dead'! I have here advertised my intention to speak plainly (without vulgarity). If you are easily offended, do not read this book'.