Ypsilanti, Mich. (PRWEB) February 01, 2013
Let It Be Known is the shocking true story of witchcraft, of Biblical evil that spread far and wide and reached America in many different guises. It is a tale of conspiracy and vengeance, of hidden motives that lie behind the seemingly innocent actions of some people. The protagonist is one Euthella and, inasmuch as the present day has brought her grief from demonic sources, she is protagonist and victim in Eva O’Nay Brooks’ novel of interracial strife, forced alienation and the malice of all those who steadfastly build walls of doubt and envy between races.
Euthella, a person of mixed race, has lighter skin and green eyes. She is victim of many instances of “eerie, monstrous, and hypercritical accusations, harassment, mockery, bullying, and religious fakery.” The timeline of her personal experience of evil sorcery as old as the Bible started in 1990 and ended in 2011 – at the same time, destruction visited an area of Mississippi state as well as surrounding counties in other states. Such has the mastery of evil been so developed that Euthella only has suspicions, notions that are easily dismissed as hearsay and paranoia on her part. Yet she did not manufacture the voodoo doll that came her way, nor the instances of strange behavior of neighborhood people around her.
It all started with the Biblical tale about the Old and the New World. It is the story of them, those, and they. Them, in this day and time, are Old World descendants of Judaism, non-Christians who caused the horrible destruction on earth. Those are the true Christians who consider Jesus Christ their Savior and want to do the good works of God. They are those who seem to be between Christ, Judaism, and other religions and don’t know the difference. Their ignorance helps bring about the ongoing saga of destruction on earth today and Euthella’s story has many of them wreaking their kind of havoc on the world. Her story is a gripping, out-of the-way tale of an Apocalyptic state of events which none have pieced together as disparate parts of one story. Thus Eva Brooks must Let It Be Known.
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Let It Be Known * by Eva O'Nay Brooks
Publication Date: December 17, 2012
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