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During the long winter at Valley Forge, Micah appeared to [[George Washington]] in a vision of three great perils that would come upon the nation of America—the Revolutionary War, the War between the States, and a third world conflict. According to Anthony Sherman’s account of this vision, Washington related that he was shown the inhabitants of America “in battle array against each other. As I continued looking I saw a bright angel, on whose brow rested a crown of light, on which was traced the word ‘Union,’ bearing the American flag which he placed between the divided nation, and said, ‘Remember ye are brethren.’ Instantly, the inhabitants, casting from them their weapons, became friends once more and united around the National Standard.<ref>{{SGA}}, pp. 142–51.</ref>
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Durante o longo inverno em Valley Forge, Micah apareceu a [[Special:MyLanguage/George Washington|George Washington]] e mostrou-lhe três grandes perigos que assolariam a América: a Guerra da Independência, a Guerra de Secessão e um terceiro conflito mundial. Segundo o relato de Anthony Sherman sobre essa visão, Washington afirmou ter visto os habitantes da América “...em luta uns contra os outros. Continuei olhando e vi um anjo luminoso – em cuja testa repousava uma coroa de luz, onde estava inscrita a palavra ‘União’ e que segurava a bandeira americana, que colocou no meio da nação
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dividida, e disse: ‘Lembrai-vos de que sois irmãos’. Imediatamente, os
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habitantes, descartando as armas, mais uma vez se tornaram amigos e se
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uniram em torno da bandeira nacional”.<ref>Elizabeth Clare Prophet e Mark L. Prophet, A Alquimia de Saint Germain, Editora Nova Era, 2005, p. 126-132.</ref>
    
== His service today ==
 
== His service today ==
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