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The Babylonian Woe
(David Astle)

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    ‘By using a mirror of brass, you may see to adjust your cap; by using ancient times as a mirror you my learn to foresee the rise and fall of empires' … - Emperor T’ai Tsung (627 -650 A. D.) Description David Astle served as an officer in the Royal Navy ...Read more


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‘By using a mirror of brass, you may see to adjust your cap; by using ancient times as a mirror you my learn to foresee the rise and fall of empires' … - Emperor T’ai Tsung (627 -650 A. D.)

Veritas Books: The Babylonian Woe David Astle

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David Astle served as an officer in the Royal Navy during WWII.
After the conclusion of WW2, it soon became clear to him that the British Empire and everything he believed have been effectively upheld through the achievement of victory, seemed to be literally melting away before his eyes, and many unexplainable factors, totally destructive of the “will-to-be” of the European peoples, were apparently entering the current of life. In 1961 he was fortunate enough to encounter those who were able to give him the information necessary to enable him to see in what direction he should guide his studies so that he would be able to better understand the true significance of this swiftly passing sequence of apparently chance events… “ THE BABYLONIAN WOE ’ is one of the results of these studies.