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The Noah Syndrome Paperback – October 24, 2012
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Having once been a member of a Fundamentalist church that demanded that you spend a lot of time studying the Bible, I am quite familiar with its contents. But this book caused me to re-examine everything I had ever learned about it and look at it in an entirely different way. This is good. I needed to. The research of ancient history and comparison of various accounts of happenings all over the world with those described in the Bible must have taken hours and hours of painstaking study and research. But in the end, the author has drawn some of the most astute, logical and intelligent conclusions I have ever seen.
Her observations about New Age thought and beliefs were particularly helpful to me. Having left Fundamentalism many years ago, I became a New Ager. Over time I began to feel something was lacking there also, something just not quite right, but I wasn’t exactly sure what it was. She made me realize that New Age thinking is another area of confusion and error rather than enlightenment and that it contains fallacies that could be deadly to those who adopt New Age ideas without careful analysis and examination of what they really mean.
All in all another Masterpiece by this brilliant woman. I’m just glad that she decided to share what she has learned with the rest of us.
The Noah Syndrome is no exception.
Even though it was written almost 3 decades ago and recently published, it is a detailed account of her interpretation's of The Book of Revelation's and the Bible's prophecies on end-times and what the allegorical representation's used in those book's could actually mean. By also adding into account Nostradamus' and Edcar Cayce' prophecy's, she weaves together a tapestry and decipher's what it all really means.
Does fire and brimstone really mean fire and brimstone or could that have to do with cometary bombardment?
Who are prophet's and what allow's them to tune into and interpret possible future events?
What role does quantum physics and macrocosmic wave collapses play in all this? (what are macrocosmic wave collapses...)
Who does the beast really represent and how does mankind as a whole and individually affect the diverting or bringing to fruition these prophecies?
She explains this and a whole lot more. So, in my opinion get the book and read it. You won't be disappointed!
There are many references to Biblical prophecy, and other prophets including Nostradamus and Edgar Cayce. And this information is then connected with modern science, including Quantum Physics. I particularly liked the comparison of our solar system to an atom. And the comparison of an electron jump with energy exchanges among the bodies in our solar system.
This book allows you to see the Biblical quotes in Revelation in a whole new way. And it is quite an exciting read! Highly recommended for anyone who wants to see the dots connected between prophecy and science, and from our ancient history to the present times!