PHILADELPHIA (PRWEB) January 15, 2019
Up-and-coming author with the pseudonym Concerned Citizen releases, “Were the 911 Attacks & the First Black President Foretold in the Secret Hitler Files?” (published by Xlibris in March 2018), a book that blends politics and witchcraft.
“I was on my way to New York City on September 11, 2001, when a friend called me and told me about predictions she had. She gave me the idea of putting a book of weird folklores together. Whether angels, demons, or metaphysical gods are real, it’s up to the reader,” he shares.
In the book, readers will get to know Dennis Martino, a teacher of world history and ethnic cultural studies who is concerned about the public worldwide. The book discusses the possibility of fulfilled predictions of the 9/11 attacks and if the political movements and controversies that has happened in the past were influenced by witchcraft.
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An excerpt from the book:
His father quickly responds and says, “I called Charles last night, and he told me that Franklin Roosevelt, his staff, and government officials had always shared stories of the witches’ coven cults that follow the current US presidents. His cousin Theodore Roosevelt had a terrifying encounter with such a group on September 3, 1902, in Pittsfield, Massachusetts. Presidents, staff, and the FBI still have always whispered about one of the most persistent and scariest witch cult exposed. Especially after the same cult had warned the government of the Presidential McKinley shooting of September 6, 1901!
“Were the 911 Attacks & the First Black President Foretold in the Secret Hitler Files?”
By Concerned Citizen
Softcover | 8.5x11 in | 62 pages | ISBN 9781543474329
E-Book | 62 pages | ISBN 9781543474336
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
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