Four nations rose up for war in the Mediterranean arena: three, each different from the other, united to defeat the terrible beast, which was altogether different from the beasts before it. Though each was unlike the other, the first three united against the fourth; in him the beast had eyes like the eyes of a man and a mouth, speaking pompous words. The scene is from the Second World War. The nations were Great Britain, the USSR, the United States, and Germany. As a result of the war, the beast was slain, his body was burned, and he was sentenced to perdition, and the Jews were granted their homeland. Nearly two thousand years after their dispersion, Israel was made a nation in a day. During the course of the war, -The Big Three- met in conferences and signed documents to form a union of the peace-loving nations. They had hoped for world peace by their union; however, their idealism failed by overlooking the real problem of sin. -The glory belongs to the One with wisdom and understanding for us who seek Him. He had prepared me for this. I made myself a blank slate, prayerfully waiting for the Lord to teach my spirit; I couldn't have anticipated what He would reveal. Many times God amazed me by the revelations that I'm sharing in this book.- Discover the surprising details that have been Unveiled at last Joan H. Richardson received Jesus Christ as her Savior and Lord while diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia in late November, 1969. In 2009, she published an autobiography, her first of four books to date.