Eliza, I read some of your posting about the Freemasons and I had read a book that was written by a former Naval Intelligence person, Behold A Pale Horse. If people realized the workings behind the scenes by the power brokers in this world I think a majority of people would start questioning a lot of government's moves. With the little I read I know you are a Christian and I was wondering do you feel you are a modern day prophet? The next time I'm in Barnes and Noble I'll probably pick up your book. I just had my first book Splinters On The Carpenter's Floor published and during a difficult depression God gave me some powerful messages to write down. God Bless You I hope you have a great New Year. Nick Alvis
Before my eyes did appear ..., January 2, 2010
I finally picked up Eliza Earsman's Days of Elijah (Revised): A True Story and began reading, not knowing at all what to expect. The author is a storyteller, and a good one at that. I was quickly drawn into the pages and could follow along because I have studied some of her themes in the past. Her work is fascinating and dark, at times. It is a good read and a quick read. Eliza Earsman helps the reader along by providing a glossary and, if anything, leaves readers wanting to learn more about Free Masonry and the Scottish Rites. A very creative and unique way to advocate and protest.
Thank you Eliza. Indeed my website deserves wide coverage and that is the same vision that I have for it. I am currently seeking those who could help with not just the website coverage but also the products that stems from it so they too can have wide coverage. If you know of anyone who could be of great service in that field, please let me know. God Bless