Hey, I’m excited to announce the very first PODCAST radio show I’ll be doing connected with THE PROPHECY FORUM . I’m partnering with Gary Winkelman, one of the five directors (counting myself) who have combined forces to create this new ministry focused on eschatology. This show is something you DO NOT want to miss.
On this inaugural episode of The Woody and Wink Show, we get to know Gary Winkelman. His experience is, in a word, astounding. He rubbed shoulders with some of the most prominent political figures in the early ’90s during the transition of the Russia’s economy from socialism towards a quasi-capitalist structure. During that time, WINK was partnered with a man named Paul Tatum  who was assassinated in 1996. The Tatum files are still classified and publicity of the files has been blocked despite the Freedom of Information Act. This speaks to the probability that Tatum was involved in secret technology, weaponry, series threats to national security, and whose file could expose possible US operatives in Russia. One of the books Gary mentions is A Train to Potevka by Mike Ramsdell (who just happened to work under Gary during their experience in Moscow) The book recounts some of the experiences in Russia in the early 1990’s in fiction format (since Ramsdell was a US spy and must avoid breaking US law regarding TOP SECRET information).
And don’t forget to visit www.theprophecyforum.com where you will find all the information about the upcoming conference A WORLD TURNED UPSIDE DOWN: Decoding The Dramatic New Signs Hastening the Lord’s Return in Dublin, Ohio November 14-15, 2014. Purchase tickets or Live Stream the event and watch it from the comfort of your home.
——————- Paul Tatum (1955-1996) was an American businessman who was killed on November 3, 1996, in a Moscow metro station close to his hotel. Tatum was operating a Hotel Joint Venture with a Chechen businessman named Umar Dzhabrailov. Tatum founded the Americom Business Centre and became part-owner of the Radisson Slavyankaya Hotel, an upscale hotel in Moscow, which catered to foreign businessmen and high-end guests.