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Genesis Revisited

Author : Zecharia Sitchin
ISBN : 9781591439134
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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• Was Adam the first test-tube baby? • Did nuclear fission destroy Sodom and Gomorrah? • How were the ancients able to accurately describe details about our solar system that are only now being revealed by deep space probes? The awesome answers are all here, in this important companion volume to The Earth Chronicles series. Having presented evidence of an additional planet as well as voluminous information about the other planets in our solar system, Zecharia Sitchin now shows how the discoveries of modern astrophysics, astronomy, and genetics exactly parallel what has already been revealed in ancient texts regarding the "mysteries" of alchemy and the creation of life. Genesis Revisited is a mind-boggling revelation sure to overturn current theories about the origins of humankind and the solar system.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Genesis Revisited

Author : Glenn G. Strickland
ISBN : UCSC:32106000746914
Genre : Science
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Genesis Revisited The Creation

Author : Donald Arlo Jennings, PhD
ISBN : 9781449779702
Genre : Religion
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Those individuals who believe God created only two people in the garden of Eden may be surprised by the author’s viewpoints expressed in this book. The author uses the Bible as the foundation to explain what could be possible—that God did create more worlds, more planets, and more people in His likeness, allowing them to migrate through space travel to different worlds. Some of these other-world individuals may be present among us today.
Category: Religion

From Eden To Egypt

Author : Michael S. Williams
ISBN : 9781579106805
Genre : Religion
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Genesis Revisited

Author : Harry Mason
ISBN : 1979503303
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Frome time to time old theories are replaced by new. Some of these new theories are based on science, some on logical reasoning some, like this one, on tongue in cheek hypothesis.Read on. with an open mind, and maybe there could be concealed within the whimsy some facet of fact that will inspire free thought.

The True Story Of Human Evolutionary Genesis

Author : Elvis Newman
ISBN : 9781480902220
Genre : History
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No doubt, history is littered with theories and beliefs that not only proved to be wrong in the end, but also costly as far as the human search for truth and development is concerned. The view that the Earth was the physical and the biological center of the Universe was one such failed theory, one that cost many famous scientists most of their lives, and held back societies everywhere for decades or hundreds of years behind what is now considered a given truth. In the current work under consideration, religion and evolution theories come under scrutiny in light of recent scientific facts that dispute their most important claims about the origins of the species. In The True Story of Human Evolutionary Genesis, Elvis Newman presents both astounding facts and findings about the human genome, as well as paradigm-shifting theories emanating from Zecharia Sitchin’s work around the Sumerian clay tablets.
Category: History

Creolization And Contact

Author : Norval Smith
ISBN : 9027252459
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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This volume contains revised and extended versions of a selection of the papers presented at “The Amsterdam Workshop on Language Contact and Creolization.” These studies apply the concept of relexification to creoles as well as other contact languages; highlight the relevance of strategies of second language learning for theories of pidgin/creole genesis; critically discuss the notions levelling (koine formation) and convergence; the relation between types of contact situations and processes of crosslinguistic influence; as well as the linguistic consequences of the social structure of the plantation system. In addition to discussing English-, French-, and Dutch-related creoles, the papers cover a wide range of contact languages spoken throughout Africa, Asia, and Europe. The breadth and coverage makes this an indispensable title for research in the field of contact linguistics.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Substrata Versus Universals In Creole Genesis

Author : Pieter Muysken
ISBN : 9789027279415
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Two of the most prominent hypotheses about why the structures of the Creole languages of the Atlantic and the Pacific differ are the universalist and he substrate hypotheses. The universalist hypothesis claims, essentially, that the particular grammatical properties of Creole languages directly reflect universal aspects of the human language capacity, and thus Creole genesis involves, then, the stripping away of the accretions of language history. The substrate hypothesis claims, on the other hand, that creole genesis results from the confrontation of two systems, the native languages of the colonized groups, and the dominant colonial language, and that the native language leaves strong traces in the resulting Creole. The contributions of this ground breaking collection present new and historical research on the old debate of substrata versus universals in Creole languages.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines


Author : Stephan A Hoeller
ISBN : 9780835630139
Genre : Religion
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Gnosticism developed alongside Judeo-Christianity over two thousand years ago, but with an important difference: It emphasizes, not faith, but direct perception of God--Gnosticism being derived from the Greek word gnosis, meaning "knowledge." Given the controversial premise that one can know God directly, the history of Gnosticism is an unfolding drama of passion, political intrigue, martyrdom, and mystery. Dr. Hoeller traces this fascinating story throughout time and shows how Gnosticism has inspired such great thinkers as Voltaire, Blake, Yeats, Hesse, Melville, and Jung.
Category: Religion