The Tidings, Volume One: November 1943 to January 1945


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Trafford Publishing
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6.0 X 9.0 X 1.04 inches | 1.49 pounds

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About the Author

Nick was born in the city of Riga, Latvia in 1936. He spent his childhood during the war years and immediately following the war in Latvia and in Germany. He came to the United States in 1950 and started high school.Nick graduated from Theodore Roosevelt High School in Bronx, New York. He earned his BS in Electrical Engineering from the City College of New York in 1959, receiving a commission in the Regular Army. After more than 11 years on active duty, including three years in Vietnam, he became a civilian again. While working for a coal mining company he attended the University of Pittsburgh and earned a MS in Engineering in 1973. Shortly thereafter the Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory hired him.Nick is currently retired from the Los Alamos National Laboratory in Los Alamos, New Mexico as an engineer. He is a licensed Professional Engineer, and is retired from the Unites States Army Reserve as a Lieutenant Colonel of Engineers.Nick grew up with the Tidings, was frequently present during the conversations and, in later years, assisted with some of the transcribing. While he always took the Tidings for granted, he never had any particular interest in them. Since his retirement from the Army Reserve several unusual coincidences occurred which influenced Nick to go back and start reading the Tidings. Having read them several times he is now convinced that it is essential for humanity to be made aware of the Tidings and to make them available to it. Therefore he translated REVELATIONS into English, and Trafford Publishers published it in 2000. The six-volume seriesThe Tidingsis a follow-up to REVELATIONS and expands, explains, and elaborates on what it contains. He is thoroughly convinced that the material in The Tidings can and will make many people better individuals and better citizens, if only they would read and ponder the material