By Mr George E Curtis
Astronomical wisdom derived from the floor plan of Stonehenge, which has major implications for the background of humanity. confirmed with arithmetic this publication describes real old wisdom that conflicts with sleek technology yet upholds the Biblical tale of Genesis.
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Nobody treats it seriously anymore, not in England anyway. The only people who treat it seriously are those who are predisposed to religion, but it is usually ignored by the rest of us. I was reading it because I had become interested, but that is not the same as taking it seriously. It wasn’t until much later that I discovered just how significant some of these seemingly irrational stories are. There I was, sat in my armchair, with a cup of tea beside me and a Bible open on my lap, just amusing myself with casual thoughts about the words I was reading.
I was aware that the Bible had kept men enthralled for at least two thousand years, and had somehow survived where many other books had faded into obscurity. Parts of the Bible have been with mankind, as a constant companion, since the dawn of recorded history, and the book has grown over the centuries to end up as it is today. It has had a massive influence on humanity, and still determines much of what happens. The Creation story gave us our seven day week, which is now observed all around the globe; and much of our Western heritage, our culture and traditions, and our laws, are founded on the content of the Bible.
It is more reasonable to say that the scribe wrote down what his people believed, and invented quotes from God as a shorthand way of explaining things. The other passage I mentioned, where the Almighty Infinite Spirit Creator of the universe skinned animals and sewed the skins into clothing, is usually ignored by one and all, so has no explanation. * If this were a fictional treasure hunt, the opening scene would be deep underground in the bowels of the Earth, in a tunnel beneath an old and long-lost Cambodian temple.