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    WONDER SEEN IN SOUTH DAKOTA, 1897

    Observations of a more recent date are brought to your notice. First, a phenomenon that appeared in the horizon at Alexander, Dak., about Feb. 10, 1897, an account of which was furnished the writer at Mitchell, Dak., in June, 1897, and attested by several persons who witnessed it. From the description given, a diagram was prepared, and the description written out and sent to Judge Miller, of Alexander, Dak. In a letter accompanying a testimonial which he sent, with his signature attached, he said: “The diagram is as nearly correct as I can describe it at this time.”LDT 130.1

    PICTURE-WONDERFUL SIGHT IN DAKOTA, 1897

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    The testimonial reads: “This certifies that at Alexander, Dak., on or about Feb. 10, 1897, from 9 A. M. until about 4 P. M., there was a rainbow-colored band around the whole heavens about one hour above the horizon. In this band were four suns. Around two of the suns were rainbow-colored rings, having the suns for their centers, and two other rainbow rings with the suns in the circumference of the circles, as here represented. By two o’clock some of the people began to wonder if the Adventists would not think this a sign of the Lord’s coming. J. H. MILLER.”LDT 133.1

    Why should such a question be asked, unless the mind was impressed with the thought that this unexplainable “wonder” in the heavens might be one of the last-day tokens? And such is the case, for the Word says that when the great and terrible day of the Lord is drawing nigh, He will show wonders in the heavens, and signs in the sun, and in the moon, and in the stars.LDT 133.2

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