New Book "New Word: Volume 1" Helps Readers Understand Their Place in the World

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Georgian prophet Lela Kakulia gives her word to the world

“Time rules, not kings.”

This quote, found in the beginning pages of New Word: Volume 1, a book from Georgian prophet Lela Kakulia, expresses the power of Kakulia’s word.

Since she can remember, Lela has seen the paths of future events and has been able to know the unknown. From predictions about the Bush Administration, to foreseeing deadly terrorist attacks, Lela’s knowledge has been on point time and time again.

“My every prediction in global politics, and not only politics, is the most precise and one hundred percent come true,” Lela says.

Filled with cosmic drawings to help convey the majesty of the forces that Lela regularly deals with, New Word: Volume 1 is a glimpse into the machinations of higher forces. It will help readers further understand their own place in the world, and what they can do to fill the earth responsibly.

Mediator between the almighty cosmos and the vulnerable people, Lela as a prophet offers an invaluable protection. The advantage of knowing the future is immeasurable and one that many countries would die for. New Word: Volume 1 offers that advantage to readers.

New Word: Volume 1
By: Lela Kakulia
ISBN: 978-1-4669-6915-5 Paperback: $81.83
Available at http://www.amazon.com.

About the author
For years, Lela’s unusual powers have made her a figure of power in her native country of Georgia, where she now resides. Both home and abroad, she has lead people from problems, stress, and danger through her precognition. Her prophecies and words of wisdom are spread continuously through her website, as well as a regular newspaper. New Word: Volume 1 is the first in a two-set volume; the second volume is now available for purchase.

For more information on Lela’s prophetic activities, please visit http://www.lelakakulia.ge .

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