About the Artist:
Considered one of the most prophetic visionaries of the Depression Era, World War II, and Korean War, author Wing Anderson wrote commentaries about the political, social and economic realities he perceived on a daily basis. He combined historic prophecies, contemporary scientific theories and political science to guide him in his commentaries. His four major works include The Next Nine Years (1938), Seven Years That Change the World: 1941-1948 (1940), War’s End (1944), and Prophetic Years (1946).
Anderson wrote about the period of Kosmon, a time when the evolution of humankind is based on the reintegration of knowledge of the past, both temporal and spiritual. This would be an era of great destruction so that human beings could finally free themselves from the manacles of materialism to achieve the heights of spiritualism, and from aggressive, competitive behavior to thrive as an affiliative, cooperative race.
Twenty years later, the Hippie Movement would call this “the dawning of the Age of Aquarius.” And about 45 years after that, the new era began on December 21, 2012.
The simple prophecies of Wing Anderson resonated with truth throughout the past 75 years.
The vintage copies of the commentaries Seven Years That Change the World: 1941-1948 (1940) and Prophetic Years (1946) are now made available for your reading pleasure. Both books are hardbound with no jacket cover and are in good vintage shape with no damaged pages or cracked spines. Some of the pages are yellowed a bit with age as is to be expected for books more than 70 years old. Both books were published by Kosmon Press.
The opposing page to the title page of Seven Years That Change the World: 1941-1948 has been marked in cursive with the words “Property of Charles Wheeler Nicol, 1941” in blue ink, and the opposing pages of the inside front cover and opening page of Prophetic Years have been stamped in red ink with the words “Library of Charles Wheeler Nicol.” A couple of sentences in the Preface of Prophetic Years have been underlined in red pencil. Seven Years That Change the World: 1941-1948 has 269 pages and Prophetic Years has 236.
These two compelling vintage commentaries would make for an excellent gift for any historian or student of prophetic texts. Both books by Wing Anderson are works worth reading, particularly since the author’s uncanny insights into the human condition from the 1930s to 1950s are unassailable.