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eBook Genesis of Man ePub

by June Austin

  • ISBN: 0755202368
  • Category: New Age and Spirituality
  • Subcategory: Spirituality
  • Author: June Austin
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: New Generation Publishing; 2nd edition (May 16, 2007)
  • Pages: 336
  • ePub book: 1673 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1394 kb
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  • Rating: 4.5
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Jane Austen completed only six official works during her lifetime. Despite her short time behind the writing desk, Jane Austen remains one of the most well-known and admired writers in literary history. Jane Austen's Official Works (1811-1817)

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This collection of the early works of Jane Austen uniquely displays the emerging talent of a brilliant and observant young woman.

It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession of a good fortune must be in want of a wife. So begins Pride and Prejudice, Jane Austen's witty comedy of manners-one of the most popular novels of all time-that features splendidly civilized sparring between the proud Mr. Darcy and the prejudiced Elizabeth Bennet as they play out their spirited courtship in a series of eighteenth-century drawing-room intrigues. This collection of the early works of Jane Austen uniquely displays the emerging talent of a brilliant and observant young woman. Completed before Austen was fifteen, the works are astonishing in their maturity.

Genesis of Man covers many topics connected with spirituality and our beliefs about the origins of life, and what it is all about. What then is life all about? Some say that life is a school, and we are here to learn different aspects or lessons about life. To me it is not just about life, but more about ourselves, knowing that the two are interconnected. We are life made manifest in human form.

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JANE AUSTEN, HER LIFE AND LETTERS by William Austen-Leigh and Richard Arthur Austen-Leigh. c) Delphi Classics 2014. This, as we know, was her first published book; and whatever may be the connection between the title of Pride and Prejudice and the passage in Cecilia, there is an obvious connection between the title of Pride and Prejudice and the title of Sense and Sensibility. If Miss Austen re-christened Elinor and Marianne before she changed the title of First Impressions, as she well may have, it is extremely unlikely that the name of Pride and Prejudice has anyt.

Published May 16, 2007 by Pigsty Press.

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Looking for books by Jane Austen? See all books authored by Jane Austen, including Pride and Prejudice, and Emma, and more on ThriftBooks. The daughter of an English clergyman, she briefly attended boarding school with her sister. The greater part of her education was more informal, reading books recommended by her father and brothers. Austen began writing stories, plays, and poems in her teens for the entertainment of her family.

According to Bodes Law, there should be a planet between Mars and Jupiter. What happened to it and is it the missing planet X? What led to the sudden emergence of modern man 40,000 years ago? Was this by evolution or intervention? What lies behind the legends of Lemuria and Atlantis and what led to their downfall? What is the explanation for the sudden emergence of advanced civilizations such as the Sumerians, the Egyptians and the Olmec? What was Akhenaten's true role in Egyptian history? Was Jesus really a Jew, or an Essene? Did he really die on the cross, or in India? Is there any truth to the claims that the Merovingian Kings of France are the descendants of Jesus? What led to the development of so many contradictory rules within the Christian faith? What is the thread that binds all of these together? Read this book and you will find out!


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June Austin's "Genesis of Man" is an easy to read history of the evolution of man from the single continent to the modern day civilized man. The writing style is neither scholarly nor scientific, but written as a very readable and credible story. Her research includes current sources from archeology, astronomy, ancient texts, current DNA research, psychics, saints, channeled sources, and religious myths.

Austin's incredible treasure of sources and her relating the pertinent facts together makes it all a compelling and very believable history. Using her included sources, the reader can Google or research any of the facts, and learn new ones by doing so. Austin warns some are a little dubious, but she has included them with a warning that the reader must themselves decide.

The book is divided into 4 sections which I'll list with some of the hundreds of fascinating facts you will discover in each section

Part 1, The real story of creation.

* All mankind can be link to single female from Africa.
* Mesopotamia is the home of the oldest civilization found, Sumer.
* Some of their gods are named the Nephilim.
* The Christian bible's Genesis also mentions the Nephilim.

Part 2, Evolution and Devolution.
* The history of Atlantis.
* The earth could have been created or terraformed in 6 days.
* There were several Adams and Eves.
* We have alien messages encoded in our DNA

Part 3, Shades of Light and Dark.
* Who Moses really was.
* The Apostle Paul was really a Gnostic.
* The Roman Catholic Church massacred thousands of men, women, and children in France during the 1240's.
* The apostles Peter and John had different messages about Jesus.

Part 4, By Hook or Crook.
* Christianity was originally a Gnostic belief.
* The current Christian bible was the politically correct bible of its time.
* A vote in 325 CE decided that Jesus was a God rather than a prophet.
* Where Jesus lived after his crucifixion.

If you have ever been curious about Lemuria, or flood myths, or Knights Templar, or why the UFOs haven't come yet, or how it all relates together, then you need to read "Genesis of Man" by June Austin.
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From out of nowhere I found this book and I call that divine intervention - it has changed the way I think about our origins, where we come from, and how things really went down in our own spiritual history. From beginning to end, this book will hold your attention and make you yearn for more when the last page is turned. So well written, and the clean citations help make this more than just a good read! This is a learning tool for those who are seeking more than the old school habits of thought about who we really are. If you are ready to start thinking outside of the box, then this one is for you!
Hellmaster Hellmaster
I love the subject matter of this book. However, I thought the theories were not formed based on any actual facts. When I read controversial topics, I like more detail. I also thought the book jumped around too much from one subject to another.
Wnex Wnex
Who would have the nerve to sub-title a book: Life, the Universe...and Everything in Between?
June Austin, that's who. And she lives up to her promise. Genesis of Man captures the imagination from the Prologue to the very last pages of this book from Authors Online. And along the way, you had better fasten your seat belts, because you are in for a ride. From the Riddle of Creation through to Lost Secrets the authors of the Bible left out, Austin will have you turning pages 'til your coffee gets cold, and then the next, and the next.
In many ways, Genesis of Man is not one but two books: the "first" explores the origins of life on this planet (and others) while the latter part of the book looks at many aspects of Christianity that the Church Fathers somehow managed to miss out.
Extensively researched and entertainingly written, Genesis of Man is by far the most intriguing book I've read in many a year.
Tracy Saunders,
Pilgrimage to Heresy: Don't Believe Everything They Tell You
from earth from earth
Written with panache and depth of research- easy to absorb - will give readers an entirely new outlook on many age old questions regarding who we really are, where we may come from, and pointers towards the possibility of different truths about the Cruxifixion and many other questions historical and spiritual. It is one of those books where you need to keep going back - as so much more begins to make sense the second time around and there is a huge amount of information, but all written in a style which makes you want to keep dipping in again - Will make a darn good text book for other researchers too! Highly recommended!