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The Bible prophesies the Queen of the South will rise at the judgment, but did not give her name or any other detail about her. "The Queen of the South in Matthew 12:42," authored by Soleilmavis Liu, is a strong and well-reasoned piece that demonstrates who the Queen of the South is, by using plenty of historical facts. It lets readers understand where the Ends of the EartThe Bible prophesies the Queen of the South will rise at the judgment, but did not give her name or any other detail about her. "The Queen of the South in Matthew 12:42," authored by Soleilmavis Liu, is a strong and well-reasoned piece that demonstrates who the Queen of the South is, by using plenty of historical facts. It lets readers understand where the Ends of the Earth are, how the Queen of the South will come from the Ends of the Earth, and what the judgment is. Ultimately, readers will come to know God's great plan regarding the Queen of the South. Soleilmavis hopes that her presentation sheds new light on this important person, who will play a decisive role in the history. This book is a step in that direction...

Title : The Queen of the South in Matthew 12: 42
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ISBN : 9781304745354
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Number of Pages : 420 Pages
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  • Soleilmavis Liu
    2019-05-04 16:01

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews in Amazon website. Donald Hsu on July 4, 2015(Professor, Consultant and CEO wonderful book, with fascinating twists and turns. Most of the Chinese historical data were well researched and documented. Then the book covered the personal life of the author and her family. Satan, mind control and other threats will keep you in your seat. Fasten your seatbelt, it is a thrilling ride.I met Ms. Liu at E-Leader Shanghai conference at Fudan University School of Management, January 2015, She presented two scholarly papers from her research effort. Her papers were highly regarded by the audience.Now I read this book. I have a better understanding of what she went through in her life. I have nothing but praise for her work, integrity, moral values, and perseverance among all the hardship she endured. I recommend this book to everyone!(2) By William Dean A. Garner on May 20, 2015(publisher, editor )What a whirlwind of a story, written by a very special woman indeed!When I first received this lovely book, I gave myself 10 minutes to see if I would enjoy it: the author's voice, presentation, storyline, etc. 15 hours later, I was neck deep, swimming around in unchartered waters, wondering what the heck just happened.I got the same feeling when I first read the advance reading copy of Dan Brown's The Da Vinci Code, which he asked me to look over and edit; this was back in late 2001, methinks. I was so blown away by the story, I called his editor Jason Kaufman at Doubleday and told him he had an international bestseller on his hands. He said, "We hope so." The rest is history. . . .I soooo wish there was a great editor out there to ring right now and tell her, "You have an international bestseller on your hands!"Alas, this wonderful story will have to find its own way to the surface, after thousands of years in hiding. . . .Ms. Soleilmavis Liu is the most unusual and special woman I've ever met. And I discovered it, little by little, reading this beautiful and important story, perhaps the most important story that many will not touch or even hear about. History sometimes ensures this: the most moving and compelling documents are suppressed from the masses because these documents are blasphemous and crippling to the powers that be. The Jesuits have done this for nearly 500 years, and it appears that they are trying the same with Ms. Lui's brilliant work here.The book is very well researched and thought out . . . compellingly told . . . logically unfolded until she hits you between the eyes near the end, which lasts another 100 pages, fully and completely explaining and defending her assertions.Queen of the South will lift your spirits . . . it will anger you to the point of violence . . . and it will cause much strife within you, especially if you are deeply religious or even spiritual. The message is simple: more than 2,000 years ago, a message from sent from the stars: a very special young woman would be tasked with the most important duty of her time, and she would fulfill it to her own detriment.Today, all the prophesies are playing out as originally written thousands of years ago, but no one is listening. Perhaps we should pick up this wonderful book and indulge for a few days, and discover the most important lesson of our life.I highly recommend Ms. Liu's brilliant book to every person on Mother Earth. Ignore it at your own peril. . . .(3) By [email protected] on May 27, 2015I was contacted by the Soleilmavis Liu, the author of this book, who kindly asked me to read and review the book. I'm pleased it has been getting some positive responses but as the book stands on its own the prophesies that Liu is making here are indeed incredibly bold. The book itself reads partly like a text book and there are huge chunks of writing and paragraphing that repeat again and again throughout the book, so as I read on I found myself thinking 'she's already mentioned this..' There is also a chapter where the author talks about the number twelve, and in another incredibly bold prophesy Soleilmavis says that there should be evidence to prove there are twelve planets in our solar system (four undiscovered planets) because, she argues, that twelve is a special number with astrological significance (twelve months, two twelve-hour cycles in a day, twelve animals in the Chinese zodiac).The prophesies that Soleilmavis makes about the Queen of the South is also incredibly bold as she attempts to interpret what exactly these scriptures mean. We need a lot more interpretations made about the significance of these scriptures such as Soleilmavis makes because, frankly, we do not have enough of them, We need more interpretations because too few writers are prepared to make psychic readings that are futuristic such as Soleilmavis has done. Too few authors are as bold to take on and interpret these scriptures as Soleilmavis has done and to present these reckonings in an enlightening way as she has done. Finally, Soleilmavis talks about the Queen of the South being a good girl, a strong student and academic, entering a university in the Yunnan province and then becoming a victim of electromagnetic technologies. If you would like to read another autobiographical account of being a victim of electormagnetic technologies then I recommend 1996, by Gloria Naylor, who is a victim of this awful experience as well as some other textbooks which Soleilmavis has also written herself. In a way Soleilmavis's account of who the Queen of the South is starts to become autobiographical by chapter eleven. No longer futuristic but someone who is more relevant to the present day. Herself. This book is certainly intriguing and will make you want to turn back and re-read through the pages again once more.More information about the books, please visit:

  • Michelle Carrell
    2019-05-11 13:57

    Well documented and full of great data. Not really sure how I feel about this book. Is it written as truth (supplemented with real data) or Realistic fiction that has been well researched?(Like the Da Vinci Code). The only other comment I would have is that the images featured in this book are on the low side of resolution. This book definitely gets you thinking.