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Monday, April 25, 2016

Another Biblical Miracle Confirmed? (pg. 1117 King James Bible)

Dear Reader,

I don’t know if he’s Christian or has ever followed the teachings of Jesus, but one doctor has discovered

a mysterious healing cure for America’s most debilitating diseases… and it’s been inspired by a passage straight from the pages of Daniel.

What’s even stranger, though, is the science behind it has been verified by one of America’s top universities!

We’ve spent the last 12 months investigating this healing message.

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If you or one of your loved ones is suffering from this disease, this could be the most important message you see all year — you may never look at your family Bible the same way again.


Doug Hill
Director, Laissez Faire Club
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ed to exploit their success with an advance into the upper Markham Valley, starting with Kaiapit (pictured). The Australian 2/6th Independent Company flew in to the valley from Port Moresby in 13 USAAF C-47 Dakotas, making a difficult landing on a rough airstrip. Unaware that a much larger Japanese force was also headed for Kaiapit and Nadzab, the company attacked the village on 19 September to secure the area so that it could be developed into an airfield. They then held it against a strong counterattack. During two days of fighting the larger force, the Australians suffered relatively few losses. Their victory at Kaiapit enabled the Australian 7th Division to be flown ors of the Battle of Greece from the Māori Battalion performing a haka in Helwan, Egypt, for King George II of Greece. This infantry battalion of the New Zealand Army was raised in 1940 as part of the Second New Zealand Expeditionary Force, following pressure by some Māori Members of Parliament and organisations throughout the country. The battalion fought during the Greek, North African and Italian campaigns and gained a formidable reputation. After the war, the b

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