This section of our website is predicated on contemporary history, with details of events and places that can blossom to an eye opening experience

Welcome to our description of both Alert: For The Times, Book of Secrets and A Toast For You and Me, America's Participation, Sacrifice and Victory.  The Pdfs are helpful to reveal the research.  We enclose sample chapters and converted them to low-res PDF for a free perspective. 
We are happy to announce that finally  Alert: For The Times, Book of Secrets will be available. 
It will not be available at Amazon and Barnes and Noble, as we had hoped, because our digital ebook is too LARGE in megabyte size for them. Please inquire. 

If you scroll down, you will find unbounding knowledge about World War II. 
Alert: For The Times, Book of Secrets proceeds into a range of events expanding on the supernatural, science and religion. The range is remarkable. There are vistas that involve the gasping atmosphere and record making weather history, especially the winds. There are many secrets and stories to tell.

One can find many variations on events, Catholic see WOW or non-Catholic see WOW, -----conservative or otherwise. Can the relationship of St Malachy to Petrus Romanus be accurate? You will be astounded by all the historical connectors. 
There are many vistas. Alert: For The Times can be purchased--after all the wait-- all 367 pages of it. Historian Valentine has put in a lot of time into his research, since 1996. 
It is extraordinary and expands on the supernatural, especially Fatima, Garabandal and St. Malachy of Ireland. 
Fatima?  Here is a tidbit of history.  In the town of Ourem in the 12th Century lived a Moorish Princess named Fatima-Oureana.  Her name was given to the towns of Ourem and Fatima.  An unknown saint of Portugal by the name of Nuno Alvares Pereira grew up just outside Ourem.  He was of a noble family.  He was a 25-year old knight when in 1385 led an army of King John I of Portugal against an army much more greater than his, at the battle of Aljubarrota.  
They were fighting an army of King John of Castile.  Nuno’s brother Pedro was on the Castilians side; he was Prior of the Hospitalers.  Nuno had 25 siblings, but unlike his brothers and sisters, he had an ardent devotion to our Blessed Mother Maria, the mother of Jesus Christ her only Son.  Throughout his military career, he reminded his troops they were fighting for a holy cause, to pray, to be respectful and be merciful to their enemies. 

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