THE WRITINGS OF ALICE SEYMOUR

ON THE PROPHETESS

JOANNA SOUTHCOTT

Alice Seymour, coming from a family of believers, started studying the writings of Joanna Southcott as a child. Her first publication was a poem, 'Radia', which she published before being compelled to write two volumes of the Expresses. Originally she was going to call the two volumes 'The World's Great Mistake', until she found in some unpublished manuscripts of Joanna's that the volumes she was just about to complete writing, had been fore-told to Joanna and were named the 'Expresses'. Realising she had been writing what had already been prophesied, the books were published and named the 'Expresses'. They make fascinating reading.

Whilst the headmistress of a successful girls school, Alice Seymour sent out the books, in faith, to a hostile world over one hundred years after they were written, in order to warn the nations of what was coming upon the Earth. With the monies sent in from believers together with that of her own, she republished all the original books of Joanna's in an effort to keep the WORD alive and wake up the world to the vast mines of treasure God has laid bare to mankind in Joanna's writings.

THE EXPRESS PART 1. VOL 1.
(96 pp.)

THE EXPRESS PART 2. VOL 1.
(103 pp.)

THE EXPRESS PART 3. VOL 1.
(108 pp.)

THE EXPRESS PART 1. VOL 2.

THE EXPRESS PART 2. VOL 2.

THE EXPRESS PART 3. VOL 2.

'RADIA'
A POEM ON THE MILLENNIUM, BY ALICE SEYMOUR, CONTAINING 7 BOOKS:

1. Introduction.
2. Paradise.
3. The Holy City.
4. The Prince of Peace.
5. The Multitude of Nations.
6. The Sting of Death.
7. Omega.

THE VOICE IN THE WILDERNESS

THE COMING OF SHILOH

"THE COMING NEW ERA"

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