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AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF STATUE OF LIBERTY AKKA MOTHER MARY

By IT'S S CROSS
  • ISBN Code: : 171661497X
  • Publisher : Lulu Press, Inc
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  • Category : Biography & Autobiography
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This is a true incident. Through this true book, all of you will get to know how Mother Maryam provides earth's women the same freedom and rights as men and STATUE OF LIBERTY is actually the idol of Mother Maryam. It was created by the people together to thank Mother Mary because Mother Mary has improved earth's women lives, due to the great sacrifice of Mother Mary, they were becoming self dependent today. This great sacrifice of Mother Mary, was suppressed by the male dominated society forever but by the grace of Mother Mary, you will get to know about this sacrifice through this book. Today, the freedom and rights that women have in society are all due to Mother Mary. You are aware of the first battle of heaven which took place between the forces of Lucifer and Michael. But you will not know about the second great battle of heaven. Through this book, you will also get information about the second great battle of heaven. Which took place between all ARCHANGELS and MALE ANGELS vs Mother MARYAM and all FEMALE ANGELS. Due to this second battle of heaven, women on earth have got the same freedom and rights as men. Sadly, we have all forgotten the great sacrifice of Mother Mary and all the female ANGELS . Due to their sacrifice, there is balance on earth today and women have the same freedom and rights as men.

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