Mary K. Baxter



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A Divine Revelation of Hell

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A Divine Revelation of Heaven

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A Divine Revelation of Spir...

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A Divine Revelation of Angels

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Divine Revelation of Delive...

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A Divine Revelation of Prayer

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The Power of the Blood

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“A large machine was brought into an office. The beast put his mark on it, and his voice came out of it. There was also a “big brother” machine that could see into homes and businesses. Only a single machine of this type existed, and it belonged to the beast. The part of the machine that was located in the homes of the people was invisible to the naked eye, but it could and did report to the beast every move the people made. I watched as the beast turned his throne around and faced toward me. On his forehead was the number 666.”
Mary K. Baxter, A Divine Revelation of Hell

“The beast took the angry man into a large room and motioned for him to lie down on a table. The room and the table reminded me of a hospital emergency room. The man was given an anesthesia and wheeled beneath a vast machine. The beast attached wires to the man’s head and turned on the machine. On the top of the machine were the words, “This mind eraser belongs to the beast, 666.” When the man was removed from the table, his eyes had a vacant stare, and his movements reminded one of a zombie in a movie. I saw a large blank spot on the top of his head, and I knew his mind had been surgically altered so he could be controlled by the beast.”
Mary K. Baxter, A Divine Revelation of Hell



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