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William Branham claimed throughout the latter part of his ministry that seven angels met him in Arizona when God sent his angels to “open the seven seals.” Branham claimed that the angels broke through the sky, forming a cloud that was higher than any cloud could form in the Arizona skyline, and that the cloud was a mystery to science.


And the Seven Seals of God, when It was opened there on the mountain: let God, no, let me die right now at this pulpit if That ain't the Truth. And I foretold you, a year and six months before it happened, what He told me, "Go to Arizona," and what would happen out there in the desert. And there's men setting right here, tonight, was standing right there and present when the seven Angels come down. And even mag-­... The magazine, Life magazine, packed the article of It. It's right there inthe observatory, everything. Now they don't even know what It's all about. Branham, 65-­1125



The “mystery cloud”, Branham claimed, was a sign from the heavens that the seals had been opened. The seven mysteries of the Bible had been unfolded there in Arizona, according to Branham.


And to bear record here today, of many people sitting here that even saw that Sign up in the mountain, where the Angels of the Lord came in the whirlwind, where it came in the seven Angels, where the revealing of the Seven Mysteries was unfolded; and that same Angel, in the same direction, on the same mountain, the day that This was revealed!


Branham, 65-­0221M




Why did the location of the “angels who opened the seals” change after the magazine article was published, and why did Branham never mention the “mystery cloud” before he was given the magazine that contained the article describing the cloud?























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