Breaking the Treasure Code The Hunt for Israel’s Oil“Moses wandered the Middle East for forty years and settled in the only place with no oil.” Israel’s inside joke may have had its last laugh. According to several Bible scholars and some prominent oil experts, Israel is sitting on a mother-lode of petroleum.

Far more remarkable, the Bible actually foretells of a vast oil reserve, to be discovered in Israel in the “Last Days.” Today science confirms faith, as oil geologists verify ancient prophecy: Israel will “suck of the abundance of the seas and of treasures hid in the sand.”

Breaking the Treasure Code assembles the puzzle pieces of scripture and Israel’s ancient tribal boundaries to reveal a treasure map pinpointing the location of a vast oil reserve, buried deep beneath the Promised Land and key to Israel’s economic and political survival in the coming days.

If you want to understand Israel’s role in future world events, Breaking the Treasure Code is a must read.

Reviews:

“Israel? Proven reserves? Billions? When I read those words, the hair on the back of my neck stood up … By the time I sat down to write Jihad, I had decided to add a fictional oil strike – discovered by a fictional American investment company working with a fictional Israeli company … Little did I know.”

Joel Rosenberg, Author of The Last Jihad series and Epicenter

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“If you read one book on Israel in prophecy this year, pick this one.”

Joseph Farah, World Net Daily

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“’Breaking the Treasure Code’ is both fascinating and relevant …”

Jack Kinsella, The Omega Letter

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“A substantial oil discovery in Israel would profoundly affect her future and surely send shock waves throughout the region.”

U.S. Rep. Bob Inglis

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“… based on Biblical truth and is grounded in scientific and geological studies and a book for today.

Pastor Donald V. Glazier, Cedar Rapids, Iowa

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“If you have the slightest interest in 21st century Biblical Prophecy, Israel, and oil, this compelling Biblical based book is for you!”

Dr. Roger Luther, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary (retired)

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