Gods of Eden

Author: William Bramley

Publisher: Avon

ISBN: 9780380718078

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 512

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They Came To Earth Millions Of Years Ago To Spread The Poison Of Hatred, War And Catastrophe... They Are With Us Still... Human history is a seemingly endless succession of bloody conflicts and devastating turmoil. Yet, inexplicably, in the light of astonshing intellectual and technological advancement, Man's progress has been halted in one crucial area: he still indulges the primitive beast within and makes war upon his neighbors. As a result of seven years of intense research, William Bramley has unconvered the sinister thread that links humanity's darkest events -- from the wars of the ancient pharaohs to the assissination of JFK. In this remarkable, shocking and absolutely compelling work, Bramley presents disturbing evidence of an alien presence on Earth -- extraterrestrial visitors who have conspired to dominate Humankind through violence and chaos since the beginning of time...a conspiracy which continues to this very day.

Gods of Eden

Egypt's Lost Legacy and the Genesis of Civilization

Author: Andrew Collins

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 1591438527

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 400

View: 8212


A groundbreaking historical documentation of the secret history of pre-Pharonic Egypt and the race of angels that built it. •By the author of From the Ashes of Angels and Gateway to Atlantis (more than 30,000 copies sold in the United Kingdom). •Unlocks the secrets of how the Great Pyramids and the Sphinx were built. •Explains the traces left by the race of Elder gods that founded ancient Egypt through ancient texts of the Hall of Records. •Proves the foundations of ancient astronomy 10,000 years ago. Hidden deep below Egypt's Giza plateau is perhaps the key to unlocking the mysteries of the Great Pyramid, one of the seven wonders of the world. Built using a technology unequaled even today, the ancient Egyptians claimed they inherited their advanced culture from a race of Elder gods who lived during a previous age known as Zep Tepi, the First Time. In his earlier companion book From the Ashes of Angels, renowned historical writer Andrew Collins provided historical and scientific evidence showing how these Elder gods, who were the flesh and blood members of a race of fallen angels, founded ancient Egypt. Now, in Gods of Eden, he describes the remarkable achievements of their culture. Assembling clues from archaeology, mythology, and religion, Collins shows us how this great society mastered acoustic technology and employed the use of sound to raise heavy objects into the air and pierce holes through solid rock. It was with this technology that they were able to construct gigantic structures that have marveled adventurers and archaeologists worldwide. With findings based on more than 20 years of research and scholarship, Collins reveals the fascinating historical destiny of this culture of fallen angels and the imprints and legacies they left behind at the genesis of civilization.

The Gods of Eden and Operation High Jump

Author: Moshe Mazin

Publisher: Strategic Book Publishing & Rights Agency

ISBN: 1681819880


Page: 354

View: 5397


One of the most amazing epic stories in recent memory, the connection between ancient alien beings and human history is captured in this mesmerizing science fiction novel. A biblical passage from the Book of Genesis points the way to this connection, which recently has been tied to new excavations in Southeast Turkey, thought by several archeologists to be the site of the fabled Garden of Eden. The story ties the ancient Jewish staff of Moses to the Knights Templers, the Bilderberg Group, the American NSA, and Israeli intelligence services, all in pursuit of the secretive German Nazi Base 211 located at the South Pole in Antarctica. The American top secret Operation High Jump, which was recently partially declassified, raises many questions about the involvement of the world’s governments in a cover-up of alien presence on Earth.

Paradise Interpreted

Representations of Biblical Paradise in Judaism and Christianity

Author: Gerard P. Luttikhuizen

Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 9789004113312

Category: Religion

Page: 218

View: 2807


This study on the representations of Paradise in the Hebrew Bible (Genesis 2-3 and Ezekiel 28) also deals with the reception of the biblical accounts in early Jewish writings (Enochic texts, the Book of Jubilees, Qumran texts) in Rabbinics and Kabbalah, early mainstream Christianity and in early Christian apocryphal and Gnostic literature. Two further chapters are devoted to views of Paradise in the Christian Middle Ages. The volume concludes with the interpretation of Paradise in John Milton's epic poem "Paradise Lost,"

Eden and the Individual: Christianity for the 21st Century

Author: Emil Mihelich

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 0595845908

Category: Religion

Page: 182

View: 7996


Even more than we might realize, the Garden of Eden story has supplied the foundation for Western civilization ever since the Roman Emperor Theodosius the Great granted the orthodox version of Christianity imperial support in the fourth century AD. Faced with the scientific and economic challenges of the 21st century, however, it's time to revisit our traditional understanding of our Christian heritage. St. Augustine's monumental work, "The City of God," built on his original sin interpretation of the Garden of Eden story, traditionally defined the role of the responsible individual living within the resulting, orthodox structure. But what is the role of such an individual living in an era that has witnessed the waning of the power and influence of that institutional authority-the authority built on Augustine's persuasive interpretation of the events described in the Garden of Eden story? Without throwing the baby out with the bath water, and by paying homage to Augustinian sacrifice and commitment to belief, Eden and the Individual: Christianity for the 21st Century explores that question. In the process it offers creative conclusions directed toward enhancing the meaning, and value, of individual lives. Given a fresh sense of purpose, every individual can then work toward creating, and preserving, the order and structure that have governed collective Western life. "In this awe-inspiring chronicle, indeed revelation of Christianity Misapplied, Mr. Mihelich, courageously, has given us a pearl to keep for ourselves. And we must." Ben Swearson, eBook Reviews Weekly

My Little Garden of Eden

I'm God, We're All Gods

Author: Junior Mendez Phd

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 1449073042

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 512

View: 5103


Some may read this book and find it straightforward and easy to comprehend, others may read this book with much incredulity and disbelief. This book, "My Little Garden of Eden" was written to enlighten my brothers and sisters in Jesus Christ, you're my family and friends; we are all sons and daughters of the Most High; this book is for you. It is better to believe and have faith in something, rather than not believe and have faith in nothing. In writing this book, My Little Garden of Eden, Junior Mendez ingeniously distinguishes between his human nature and the nature of his spirit. This book is a twofold autobiography of the spirit man and the fleshly man, one walked by faith and the other walked by sight. The internal spirit nature seeks after love, peace, and service to others, while human nature lust after beauty, pleasure, and material wealth. Through faith and his intellectual awareness of a higher power, Junior Mendez became convinced that the spiritual mind is far superior to the carnal mind. The mind is spiritual, divine and freewill, the mind is susceptible to the influence of spiritual forces. The brain regulates the biological functions of the body, it process complicated emotions, feelings, images and a multiplicity of information simultaneously. The mind conscieve thoughts and immaginations to vision and reason within our faith after hearing or reading the Word of the Sacred Scriptures. Faith brings hopes and dreams of a brighter future. Eeach of us shall experience the end of life in the flesh, but through faith my spirit shall be a child in the kingdom of God. Unlike the brain, the mind is unseen, it cannot be touch or seen by human. Spiritual forces of the natural and supernatural world discreetly influence the conscious and subsconcious mind.

Eden in Sumer on the Niger

Archaeological, Linguistic, and Genetic Evidence of 450,000 Years of Atlantis, Eden and Sumer in West Africa

Author: Catherine Obianuju Acholonu

Publisher: Chinazor Onianwah


Category: Social Science

Page: 250

View: 1933


"EDEN IN SUMER ON THE NIGER" provides archeological, linguistic, genetic, and inscribed evidence of the West African origin of mankind, language, religion and civilization. It provides multidisciplinary evidence of the actual geographical location in West Africa of the Garden of Eden, Atlantis and the original homeland of the Sumerian people before their migration to the "Middle East". By translating hitherto unknown pre-cuneiform inscriptions of the Sumerians, Catherine Acholonu and Sidney Davis have uncovered thousands of years of Africa's lost pre-history and evidences of the West African origins of the earliest Pharaohs and Kings of Egypt and Sumer such as Menes and Sargon the Great. This book provides answers to all lingering questions about the African Cavemen (Igbos/Esh/Adamas/Adites) original guardians of the human races, Who gave their genes for the creation of Homo Sapiens (Adam) and were the teachers in the First Age of the world.

The Garden of Eden Myth

Its Pre-Biblical Origin in Mesopotamian Myths

Author: Walter Mattfeld

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 0557885302


Page: 184

View: 2065


Scholarly proposals are presented for the pre-biblical origin in Mesopotamian myths of the Garden of Eden story. Some Liberal PhD scholars (1854-2010) embracing an Anthropological viewpoint have proposed that the Hebrews have recast earlier motifs appearing in Mesopotamian myths. Eden's garden is understood to be a recast of the gods' city-gardens in the Sumerian Edin, the floodplain of Lower Mesopotamia. It is understood that the Hebrews in the book of Genesis are refuting the Mesopotamian account of why Man was created and his relationship with his Creators (the gods and goddesses). They deny that Man is a sinner and rebel because he was made in the image of gods and goddesses who were themselves sinners and rebels, who made man to be their agricultural slave to grow and harvest their food and feed it to them in temple sacrifices thereby ending the need of the gods to toil for their food in the city-gardens of Edin in ancient Sumer.

State of Nature Or Eden?

Thomas Hobbes and His Contemporaries on the Natural Condition of Human Beings

Author: Helen Thornton

Publisher: Boydell & Brewer

ISBN: 9781580461962

Category: Psychology

Page: 251

View: 9692


State of Nature or Eden? Thomas Hobbes and his Contemporaries on the Natural Condition of Human Beings aims to explain how Hobbes's state of nature was understood by a contemporary readership, whose most important reference point for such a condition was the original condition of human beings at the creation, in other words in Eden. The book uses ideas about how readers brought their own reading of other texts to any reading, that reading is affected by the context in which the reader reads, and that the Bible was the model for all reading in the early modern period. It combines these ideas with the primary evidence of the contemporary critical reaction to Hobbes, to reconstruct how Hobbes's state of nature was read by his contemporaries. The book argues that what determined how Hobbes's seventeenth century readers responded to his description of the state of nature were their views on the effects of the Fall. Hobbes's contemporary critics, the majority of whom were Aristotelians and Arminians, thought that the Fall had corrupted human nature, although not to the extent implied by Hobbes's description. Further, they wanted to look at human beings as they should have been, or ought to be. Hobbes, on the other hand, wanted to look at human beings as they were, and in doing so was closer to Augustinian, Lutheran and Reformed interpretations, which argued that nature had been inverted by the Fall. For those of Hobbes's contemporaries who shared these theological assumptions, there were important parallels to be seen between Hobbes's account and that of scripture, although on some points his description could have been seen as a subversion of scripture. The book also demonstrates that Hobbes was working within the Protestant tradition, as well as showing how he used different aspects of this tradition. Helen Thornton is an Independent Scholar. She completed her PhD at the University of Hull.

Secrets—From—The Garden of Eden and Noah’S Ark Revealed

God’S Garden on Earth the New Eden

Author: Marian Cebryk

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1543449786

Category: Religion

Page: 62

View: 3388


Creation is not a single event in time but a process continual into infinity. The Garden of Eden is part of this process. And as part of this process, it is dispersed and deviated into every region of mans world and does not exist any longer as a single entity. Gods garden on earth is deviated into every region in the world. It is not in one location. Now each garden has, within its own power of creation, accordingly met mankinds needs of the region. In different regions are different plants, yet the same results affect needs and cures. Hence the miracle of the Garden of Eden continues to exist wherever mankind chooses to live. Thus the garden will follow mankind wherever he chooses to live in the universe if it meets his perceived basic needsair (oxygen), potable water, and food.