Herbert W. Armstrong typing Mystery of the Ages in his Gulfstream III jet. (PT)
Herbert W. Armstrong typing Mystery of the Ages in his Gulfstream III jet.
(PT)

Syria Contributed to Herbert W. Armstrong’s Final Book, Mystery of the Ages

November 14, 2012  •  From theTrumpet.com
Prime Minister Abdul-Ra’ouf al-Kassem, Minister of Culture Najah al-Attar, U.S. Ambassador William Eagleton, National Library, University of Damascus, mayor, professor and doctor honor unofficial ambassador for world peace.
 

Seven months before his death, and one month before being honored by the United Nations, globally respected and honored friend of world leaders Herbert W. Armstrong flew from England aboard the Gulfstream iii jet, touching down in Damascus May 6, 1985.

He was greeted at the airport by ucla Professor Giorgio Buccellati and Dr. Marilyn Kelly-Buccellati of California State University–Los Angeles. At the time, the couple were “archeologists excavating in the ancient city of Terqa in the Mesopotamia Valley on the Euphrates River on the site of Tell Mozan, possibly ancient Urkish, near the Syrian border with Turkey” (Worldwide News, May 27, 1985).

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