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Yahweh, The Biblical God, Is An Alien Paperback – August 19, 2015
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About the Author
The Reverend John Marcus Polk was born in 1969 in Raleigh, North Carolina. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Broadcasting, and another Bachelor of Arts Degree in Metaphysics from the University of Sedona. This university granted john the title of "International Metaphysical Minister" after his studies were complete. Rev. Polk is also a Reiki Master, and an instructor in Usui Reiki. He is the founder of Wolf Spirit Ministries, LLC. In addition to all of this, Rev. Polk was gifted with the ability to be a channel and a medium. In his book, “YAHWEH, THE BIBLICAL GOD, IS AN ALIEN” Polk adds his insights into Ancient Alien Theory as a theologian, in the area of exospirituality and how we humans should value our own human experience over what we are told is reality.
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This book is so poorly written, has so many grammatical errors that any educated person would shudder when trying to read through it. Subjects and verbs do not match, some sentences have no subject, some are just phrases, commas are stuck in randomly, and the run on sentences make the writing obtuse.
Most of the book is just a rehash of other writers' ideas on the Ancient Alien theory. But then it goes on and on about the messages this writer has received from God and the gods. He claims to be a medium and to be in touch with the higher powers. He also claims many advanced metaphysical and theological degrees. I wonder how much he paid for these? The author interjects wherever he can information about his personal life, his lack of love life, seeing UFOs, getting messages from above, financial and job problems, etc. Then he proceeds with Wicca, Santeria, Voodoo, demons, curses and other such nonsense. He goes on about messages from God and from mediums he has visited.
Just to set things straight, I am a firm believer in the Ancient Alien theory and have studied for many years on this subject, reading almost every book written on it also. But this kind of book makes the theory look like a joke and puts
other sincere investigators in a bad light. This author is either delusional or mentally ill.