The Israel Omen by David Brennan


About the Books

“Something very strange has been taking place in the world. It has gone largely unnoticed because the events in question have been separated, in some cases, by years. It began in 1991 and continues to this day.

Since 1991, the timing of a number of catastrophic events closely mirrors the timing of actions taken that would be considered negative against the “Promised Land” of Israel.

These events are well documented. Since 1991, there have been thirteen documented catastrophes that have occurred with timing that has coincided with efforts to remove the “Promised Land” from Israel. The first ten are covered in The Israel Omen. Long ago, the ancient Hebrew Scriptures warned of cataclysms that would result from these actions against Israel.

But, there is more. Straight from the pages of these ancient Hebrew Scriptures and into today’s headlines is an international group which was described in detail over 2500 years ago. It now appears that the actions of this group may impact the world in a way never before imagined.

The Israel Omen and The Israel Omen II explore the connections between the prophecies of the past and the events of today. The Israel Omen was published in 2009. Since then three additional catastrophes have occurred with timing eerily coincidental with efforts to remove the “Promised Land” from Israel. The Israel Omen II was published in late 2011 and makes the case that these coincidental catastrophes may, in fact, be a consistent warning from the Divine to mankind.

Read the books and you may never see news about the Middle East or catastrophes in the same light again.”

The Israel Omen

The Israel Omen – Part 1

The Israel Omen – Part 2

About the Author

Born and raised in New Orleans, David Brennan attended the University of New Orleans where he received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science.
Since 1992 he has studied Bible prophecy as it is related to current international political issues.

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