The Scars Of Eden: Has Humanity Confused The Idea Of God With Memories Of Et Contact?
ISBN: 1789048524
EAN13: 9781789048520
Language: English
Release Date: May 1, 2021
Pages: 200
Dimensions: 1.968504" H x 8.464567" L x 5.472441" W
Weight: 0.5401325 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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From the author of the bestselling ESCAPING FROM EDEN. Do our world mythologies convey our ancestors' ideas about God? Or are they in reality ancestral memories of extra-terrestrial contact? How do ancient stories of contact, adaptation and abduction relate to people's experiences around the world today? The Scars of Eden will take you around the world to hear first-hand from ancestral voices alongside contemporary experiencers and world-renowned researchers. Recent revelations from US Navy, the Pentagon, and French Intelligence bring the reader right up to date in examining what has been forgotten and remembered, hidden and disclosed. If world mythologies, including the Bible, have confused the idea of God with ancient ET visitations, what difference does it make? How does it impact society today? And why is this cultural taboo so widespread and, for the author, so personal?

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Wallis '' found the book very disappointing. His book Escape from Eden was quite good, but Scars of Eden is a rather indulgent travel log of his journeys around the world and discussions with other people on his theory that we were created by aliens. It might have been more intriguing had it not been a remix of Scars of Eden.
 
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   Missing Pieces
Very well researched ''! However, it leaves a large void in the paranormal, such as the reality of the spirits, the ghosts and the demons. Evil spirits are well documented in both Hebrew and New Testament writings. How do extraterrestrials account for these phenomena?
 
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   Wallis certainly is knowledgeable.
ETs are possible, but the multiple transliterations of the Bible, together with the elitist using every possible deception to secure their control over the masses, leaves me in the position of a cautious skeptic. I prepare to defend, but have already saved the salvation in the briefcase. MALACHI 4 The Firiey Wings of the sUn will make crispy critters of all evildoers, releasing the righteous to trample their cinders into the earth. Malichi specifically says the Firiey Wings of the SUN not to be confused with our Messiah. GOD, thank you for the righteousness of the solar fauls.
 
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   Thought provoking, captivating, eye opening!
Not only does Paul challenge his readers to broaden their understanding of our world mythologies, but also our own paradigms. So often we like our world to exist in a neatly put together box, but the real world is anything but that. We hold fast to beliefs because they make us feel safe and sometimes we do so at the expense of truth. The Scars of Eden challenges its readers to seek truth, seek understanding, ask difficult questions and be open to receiving the answers. Lastly, Paul takes the time to give a voice to the voices that have historically been silenced and shamed.
 
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   The journey continues!
The more I understand about our beginnings and the true meaning of the Bible, the more I value the fact that Jesus came to show us the way. Instead of losing my faith, I am more than Jesus for what he has done for us and the love of our creator, God!
 
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   Great book!
If the Bible left you confused, this may be the answers you are looking for. Would also recommend Scars of Eden for a more perspective.
 
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   Loved it
I recommend to anyone who is interested in digging for the real truth of history and beyond...
 
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   Fantastic book!
Really easy to follow book written by in an articulate, approachable and fascinating style on a mind blowing subject. Our past has been distorted and strengthened by religious myths. Wallis is doing his level best to bring an intellectual view towards the stories of our ancient and enigmatic past.
 
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