Great Britain? The Secret Destiny of the British and their Isles

great-britain-richard-abbottRichard Abbots book on the Secret Destiny of the British Isles is one of those books that has you enthralled from the first page and the momentum carries you through effortlessly to the end, delivering so much information, prediction and numerological insight it made me wish I had read it well in advance of all the ‘Brexit” goings on.

The style of writing is genius and anyone with even a fleeting interest in Numerology will gain a fabulous understanding of how numerology works, with detailed explanations and historical references and detailed analysis of our Countries leaders and politicians, not to mention the numerological significance of the different names for Great Britain. I can highly recommend this book as a way of getting a fresh perspective of where we are as a Nation and what may be in store for us on the Political landscape.

When you get to the end of the book I would suggest going back to the beginning again and reading it a second time as there is so much information that may have been filtered out the first time around.

Some of the subjects covered are:

Why Britain is facing a Second Financial Crisis, and when it will strike?
How Princes Charles will become King, but how he stands no chance of being either popular or successful.
How the country is fracturing along multiple fault lines, and where that must ultimately take us.
How the very existence of the Conservative Party is now in question and how Northern Ireland will be the issue that decides the 2020 General Election.
Plus, why the EU Referendum resolves nothing.

The book was published in early 2016 and Richards foresight and research predicted well in advance the saga that touched everyones consciousness as we voted whether or not to leave the EU and as a Country gain independence. Don’t be put off by the large amounts of facts and figures though, I’m not a mathematical person by any stretch of the imagination but I was still captivated by the analysis and it definitely gave me a very different perspective on a subject that should be close to all of us as we all live together on this beautiful Isle. It is accessible and integral reading for anyone who has an interest in where we are and the path that we are currently treading in Britain.

If you think you are ready for knowing more and taking a deeper look into what is going on in Britain then this is the book for you.

JadeM 9/9.2016

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