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William Alexander Redding

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W. A. Redding
W. A. Redding - portrait.jpg
As depicted in print, c. 1896
Born William Alexander Redding
21 February 1855(1855-02-21) [1]
Indiana
Died 3 July 1935 (80) [1]
Los Angeles, California
Burial Roosevelt Cemetery, Los Angeles, CA
Spouse(s) Rebecca Anna [Beishline] (m. 1910) [2]

William Alexander Redding (February 21, 1855 - July 3, 1935) was an American religious writer and prophesier who boasted to having foretold the First World War in the late 1890s.[3]

Selected Bibliography

Redding wrote a series of pamphlets and texts that were collected as a series by Ernest Loomis & Co., including:

  1. Redding, William A. (1897), Doctors and Medicine 
  2. Redding, William A. (1894), The Millennial Kingdom: A Book of Surprises Containing Unusual Statements Supported by Positive Testimony 
  3. Redding, William A. (1896), Our Near Future: A Message to All the Governments and People of Earth 
  4. Redding, William A. (1897), The Vaccination Curse 
  5. Redding, William A. (1897), Curious Causes 
  6. Redding, William A. (1897), That Woman Question 
  7. Redding, William A. (1897), The Three Churches: Showing Many Mysterious And Wonderful Things Just Now Coming to the Surface After Traveling Down the Path of the Ages 6000 Years 
  8. Redding, William A. (1897), The Rifting Wedge 
  9. Redding, William A. (1896), Mysteries Unveiled: the Hoary Past Comes Forward with Astonishing Messages for the Prophetic Future 

Additionally, Redding contributed to periodicals, including The Aquarian Age, and published his own newsletter, The Davidic Age.

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:QG2T-C15L
  2. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:KNQK-S38
  3. Zalinski, (Countess) Terese, ed. (1917), "The Redding Prophecies", Noted Prophecies, Predictions, Omens, and Legends Concerning the Great War and The Great Changes To Follow, Chicago, Ill.: Yogi Publishing Co., p. 162-168, https://books.google.com/books?id=rgNWAAAAYAAJ&pg=PA162