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What it became:

 

I predict that cars will be electric, self-­propelled, self-­guided, shaped like an egg with a glass roof that you can watch families playing checkers or cards as it is guided down the road.

 

Before the advertisement:

 

And, you, how many can remember what a '33 car looked like back there? Oh, it kind of run out like this, and way up the back, and chopped down for the spare tire to hang on. I saw a vision, that before the coming of the Lord, that cars would look like an egg. How many remembers that prediction? Is there anybody left in here? Brother Steward's gone, and I guess. It was 1933 when we were having services over here. I guess just about all of them's gone now, since then.

 

BRANHAM, 56-­0513 TEACHING.ON.MOSES

 

After the advertisement:

 

The fourth vision showed the great advances in science that would come after the second world war. It was headed up in the vision of a plastic bubble-­topped car that was running down beautiful highways under remote control so that people appeared seated in this car without a steering wheel and they were playing some sort of a game to amuse themselves.

 

LAODICEAN.CHURCH.AGE

 

Notice that the later description of the vision is almost exactly a description of the advertisement!

 

5. Women Will Become President – Becomes the Catholic Church and Kennedy

 

Before President Kennedy:

 

I didn't mean that to do any harm, women; I don't mean you Christian women. But just to see women coming into politics and everything, it's a disgrace; it's a breaking of the American morale. And remember, this is... America will... A-­-­a woman... I-­-­I better leave it alone. But just remember this. I predict this: that a woman will be president before we're annihilated. That's right. I said that in 1933 by a vision.

 

BRANHAM, 56-­0428 GOD'S.COVENANT.WITH.ABRAHAM

 

 

During and after Kennedy’s Election:

 

 

 

 

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