The 1896 Prophecies: 10 Predictions of America’s Last Days

By Liz Martin, Brandon Vallorani

A 127yearold prophecy warns of America’s last days should socialist philosophies be permitted, with modernday commentary showing the parallels with current events.

“What has been will be again, what has been done will be done again; there is nothing new under the sun,” said the great King Solomon in Ecclesiastes.

Regardless of the label they are given—Liberal, Leftist, Communist, Socialist, Anarchist, Progressive, Democrat—our great nation has been fighting their anti-American philosophy for a long time.

If we intend to win the battle for the hearts, minds, and souls of our country’s citizens, we must take heed of the somber warning found in the original work of Ingersoll Lockwood.

Authors Brandon Vallorani and Liz Martin help readers fully grasp the details of the historical context that have faded in the century since 1900 or The Last President was written and explain how those allegorical situations correspond to circumstances we contend with today. They introduce each chapter of Lockwood’s work with insightful commentary while leaving the original story intact.

Americans are faced with a hard choice between mutually exclusive alternatives: on one side is the likes of Lenin, Sanders, AOC, and Biden; on the other is the likes of Washington, Lincoln, Reagan, and Trump.

If we can look with clear-eyed understanding upon the options presented, we cannot but choose the risk and reward of freedom over the security and mediocrity of slavery.