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Sandwich, Illinois Native May Be Messiah


One Cedar Rapids man believes that he has been given God's message for the world and has published his ideas for a new world order.

In his new book, Scott Chally also discloses a diagnosed mental disorder and asks readers to decide for themselves: Is this the Second Coming, or are Chally's visions mere delusions, brought on by mental illness?

Chally has a detailed plan for world peace, a new financial hierarchy and explains his plans, as well as his battle with mental illness in Do You Believe, Is it Real or Fiction?

Would you like me to connect you with Chally for an interview? I am happy to send you a complimentary copy of Chally's book, if you are interested.

Lindsey Gobel


Could Scott Chally Be The Messiah?
Bipolar Patient Shares Struggles With Satan And Messages From God

CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa - Scott Chally has lived a fairly ordinary life. He had a relatively uneventful childhood, joined the Army, met a girl and started a family of his own. But Chally is not an ordinary guy. Chally believes he is the "Chosen One," picked by God to deliver a message to His people. But are his visions God's plan for the world, or is his self-named identity the result of a diagnosed mental illness?

In Chally's new book Do You Believe, is it Real or Fiction? he offers readers a recommendation for a new world order. He proposes a new financial hierarchy, as well as solutions for other world problems and conflict.

Chally takes readers on the journey of his life, leading up to his hospitalization and diagnosis with bipolar affective disorder/schizo affective disorder. He shares his struggle with mental illness, as well as his idea for a new world; the kind of world which, he believes, God wants.

"This true-life story takes you on a journey," Chally said. "I fight against Satan, himself, which makes me believe that I may be the Antichrist, if I don't do the right thing, in order to save the world."

Chally wants people to read his message and decide for themselves whether he is the Second Coming and whether he could really be delivering God's message. Or is this a product of delusional visions, brought on by mental disorder?"

"This is an in-depth look at my life," Chally said, " . . . the good and bad . . . clear up till I lost it."

For more information, and a video from Chally, visit:

By Scott Chally
ISBN: 978-1-4990-3148-5
Available in softcover, hardcover, e-book
Available on Amazon and Xlibris


About The Author
Scott Chally was born in Sandwich, Ill., and moved to Iowa with his parents and six siblings. He is the youngest of the family. He served eight active years in the service and is a disabled veteran. He lives in northeast Iowa with his wife and six children. This is his first book.


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Posted on February 26, 2016

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