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Acting on the suggestion to, "Tell us about your book" in our forums... 'What, In God's Name?' by Michael Barry is available on Amazon. It is an unprecedented explanation of the meaning of life. And since none exist anyway, this is the true meaning and purpose of all life in a universe.



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Post Re: What, In God's Name?
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https://www.amazon.com/What-Gods-Name-M ... name+barry

Here's the back cover of the book.

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'What, In God's Name?' is available at Amazon, but if anyone wants a free copy as a pdf file, I would be very happy to send one, if you let me know how? Michael Barry. This book will change the world.



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I see you haven't set it up for free giveaway yet. I'd like to see it. I've written a book that may be similar



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Thank you for your interest, it means a lot to me. Unfortunately, Amazon is the only way I can make my book available to anyone who's email address I don't know. How about, you buy mine and I'll buy yours? I can assure you that your book won't be similar to mine at all. Please let me know how to obtain a copy of yours.



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My book really is free. You can see it at http://www.americandelusion.org. You may freely download or read on line. Part 3 is about the junction between the teachings of Jesus and Quantum mechanics, and how that information can set us free. It turns out that Jesus was about 2,000 years ahead of his time.

Towards the end of Part 3, I demonstrate that Genesis I (the 7 days) is really a story of quantum mechanics that should be told using the language of geometry. It is also the lost schematic for the Great Pyramid of Giza.



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Post Re: What, In God's Name?
who has time to read these days? :lol:

though these blurbs are really tempting...

Everything is exposed in "What, In God's Name"

...the missing human organ

the junction between the teachings of Jesus and Quantum mechanics

Genesis I (the 7 days) is really a story of quantum mechanics

...damn, it's free.... i gotta take a look...

Thanks! enjoying your book Gail.



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Jesus had everlasting life, which means he could live forever but he was not immortal. He had the Tree Of Life. My claim is that the Tree of Life depicted in Genesis is an organ that used to be attached to the human appendix tube. It grew from a 'now missing' 24th human chromosome. Adam and Eve lost the 24th human chromosome by contaminating themselves. The scriptures and science both show us this, as described in my book.
It takes me one hour to read my book.
Thanks Gail. I'll pursue the link.



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i loved the graphic on the page Gail linked to... i found another version of it

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ain't it the truth :yes:



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My claim is that the Tree of Life depicted in Genesis is an organ that used to be attached to the human appendix tube. It grew from a 'now missing' 24th human chromosome. Adam and Eve lost the 24th human chromosome by contaminating themselves.


fascinating, have you had any "peer review" response to your thesis?



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Thank you, youkrst. I'm glad you found this small part of my book fascinating. My theories are unprecedented and I am idiosyncratic; there are no peers.



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MB wrote:
My claim is that the Tree of Life depicted in Genesis is an organ that used to be attached to the human appendix tube. It grew from a 'now missing' 24th human chromosome. Adam and Eve lost the 24th human chromosome by contaminating themselves.

Wow, this is really out there. But in fact, we aren't missing a 24th chromosome. Somewhere along the line from our ape ancestors, a couple of chromosomes got fused.

http://blogs.discovermagazine.com/loom/ ... 7OMpo71YT0


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Yes, but in fact, we are missing a 24th chromosome. The old chestnut of fused chromosomes are genetic defects. The 24th chromosome rectified genetic mutations. We see, we hear, we believe, it's natural. But things aren't always what they seem? My advise, read, 'What, In God's Name?' by Michael Barry. Available at Amazon for £3.47.



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Post Re: What, In God's Name?
Michael Barry wrote:
We see, we hear, we believe, it's natural. But things aren't always what they seem?

Exactly, which is why we look at real world data and evidence to help us sort the wheat from the chaff, so to speak. With regard to the scientific question about the 'missing' 24th chromosome, where do you think we should turn for information? A science publication or a religious text? Or an unknown self-published author whose credentials are . . . what?


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