Scars of Eden, The - Has humanity confused the idea of God with memories of ET contact?
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Scars of Eden, The - Has humanity confused the idea of God with memories of ET contact?

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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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Product details

  • Paperback | 200 pages
  • 141 x 218 x 15mm | 208g
  • New Alresford, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 1789048524
  • 9781789048520
  • 3,680

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"I have learned so much from The Scars of Eden. Paul Wallis has written a really fascinating book, and has expressed the awareness of many cultures in such a personable way. I hope this book will be well received and have a large audience! I will encourage many people to read it."--Barbara Lamb, Author, Licensed Psychotherapist
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About Paul Wallis

Paul Anthony Wallis is a researcher, speaker and author on spirituality and mysticism. He is a healing practitioner and has worked as a theological educator and as an Archdeacon for the Anglican Church in Australia. Paul researches the world's mythologies for how they speak to our origins as a species and our potential today as human beings. He lives in Canberra, Australia.
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