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Unveiling Divine Messages

Unveiling Divine Messages

The indelible horror of September 11, 2001, remains etched in the collective memory of America. Yet, from the ashes of that tragic day, Dr. David Randolph seeks to unravel a profound narrative embedded in biblical signs, offering a glimmer of hope and divine intervention for the world to witness.


Good News, Babylon

In his groundbreaking work, "Good News, Babylon: The Mysteries, Miracles, and Secret Prophecies of 9/11," Dr. Randolph ventures beyond the physical realm of terror, exploring the spiritual dimensions that emerged in the aftermath. With meticulous attention to scriptural evidence, he deciphers the two most poignant symbols of 9/11: the Cross of Jesus Christ discovered amidst the rubble of the World Trade Center and the haunting image of the devil in the plumes of smoke.


The book does not limit itself to the immediate tragedy; it extends its gaze across millennia, drawing parallels between 9/11 and the ancient city of Babylon. Dr. Randolph skillfully compares and contrasts the warning signs given to these two historical entities, unveiling a tapestry of cosmic significance that transcends mere coincidence.

Dr. David Randolph

The exploration continues into the prophetic words of Isaiah and Joel, where Dr. David Randolph sheds light on the deeper spiritual meaning behind the tragic events. He further navigates through modern-day phenomena, including the Mother of Christ Crusade, the Fatima Apparitions, and the Mother Cabrini Shrine, linking these occurrences to the hidden signs of 9/11.


"Good News, Babylon: The Mysteries, Miracles, and Secret Prophecies of 9/11" stands as a testament to the resilience of the human spirit and the possibility of divine intervention in the face of unimaginable tragedy. Through its in-depth research and insightful commentary, the book invites readers to ponder the intricate tapestry of history, where the threads of prophecy and mystery weave together to offer a nuanced understanding of the events that unfolded on that fateful day.

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