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As The Days of Noah Were: The Sons of God and The Coming Apocalypse Paperback – March 4, 2014
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Also, there is one other thing that causes me to be causious about the asseritons in this book. Although this has nothing to do wtih the book itself. I had gone to his website to check it out and found a story that said in part: "Scientists have successfully sent the world's first scientifically verified telepathic message, thousands of miles from India to France." This is very misleading for everyone who only reads the short paragraph but does not do further research. I did a google search and found the article that his statement supposedly came from and found out it had nothing to do with long distance telepathy, but rather with sending impulses via computer over the internet. If one allows such desptive stories on the front page of ones web site, then one must wonder if there are also other things that may not be totally accurate.
In any case, there is a lot of really good info in the book that is well worth reading.