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In the 1950’s, Branham started claiming to have had six prophecies in the past – prophecies that he later claimed to have placed inside of the Tabernacle at a time in which it did not yet exist. A seventh prophecy was later added to the group.

 

These prophecies are extremely easy to debunk – and by Branham’s own words. If you examine any prophecy according to Branham’s own words, you will find them change and morph into a completely different outcome.

 

Information was not as easily available back then as it is today. As new and conflicting information surfaced, Branham had to change the prophecies to match. While many cult followers do not realize this, Branham himself even admits this scheme:

 

But last week, the reason I was expressing the way I did, there was more than politics included. I'd like to read you a prophecy that was given. I got on... And many... By the way, Mr. Mercier and many of them are going to take some of these old prophecies, and dig them out, and revise them a little, or bring them up to date, and put them in papers.

 

60-­1113 CONDEMNATION.BY.REPRESENTATION

 

Here are the extreme sides to both ends of the spectrum for each of these seven prophecies:

 

1. Franklin D. Roosevelt

 

Original: Roosevelt would cause the whole world to go to war

 

Later: Hitler would cause the whole world to go to war

 

WWII began in March 1939. The United States finally joined into the war after over 2 years of fighting in 1941, after several other major world powers had entered into the war. Below is a list of the countries, and the date they entered into WWII.

 

Australia 3/3/39

Japan 9/22/40

Costa Rica 12/8/41

Germany 9/1/39

Bulgaria 4/24/41

Dom Rep 12/8/41

France 9/3/39

Romania 6/22/41

El Salvador 12/8/41

Great Britain 9/3/39

Hungary 6/27/41

Haiti 12/8/41

New Zealand 9/3/39

India 12/7/41

Honduras 12/8/41

S. Africa 9/6/39

Panama 12/7/41

Nicaragua 12/8/41

Canada 9/10/39

Yugoslavia 12/7/41

Manchukuo 12/8/41

USSR 9/17/39

 

Netherlands 12/8/41

Italy 6/10/40

 

 

 

Five world powers were already at war as either Axis or Allied forces. Though it was necessary for the United States to get involved to stop Germany as their forces grew, Roosevelt was hesitant to join the fighting. Instead, Roosevelt insisted on

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