Item description for Mysteries of the Universe: A Revolutionary Commentary on UFOs, Aliens, Angels, Pyramids, Bible Codes, Reincarnation, the Antichrist... by C. J. C. & J C...
Overview This unique renaissance of thought is sure to catapult readers into an entirely new reality, unapologetically tackling the tough questions and controversial phenomena of a generation. (Christian Religion)
Publishers Description This renaissance of thought is unlike anything you've read before It will catapult you into an entirely new reality, unapologetically tackling the tough questions and controversial phenomena of our generation.
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Ingram Advance - 04/01/2005 page 166
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Studio: Xulon Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9" Width: 6" Height: 0.84" Weight: 1.21 lbs.
Release Date Dec 17, 2004
Publisher Xulon Press
ISBN 1594679592 ISBN13 9781594679599
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Reviews - What do customers think about Mysteries of the Universe: A Revolutionary Commentary on UFOs, Aliens, Angels, Pyramids, Bible Codes, Reincarnation, the Antichrist...?
New angle Jul 29, 2008
It looks like UFOs are now studied like a religion. I felt this in this book. The author wrote about religious ideas, Jesus and reincarnation. Do they really belong to UFOs? I was intriguided by the subjects. I am not disappointed by the book. It was an interesting affair.
awful May 21, 2008
very very boring
waste of money
copied lines from the bible
and explanations from the buddha sutra's
i guess aurthor was sleeping while writing the book
makes me sleep
Very interesting reading Feb 5, 2008
This book contains many truths, but there are many things that I can not agree with, one being his undying belief in reincarnation. I noticed a few times he mentions "The" Christ, instead of just Christ. I would have loved some reference as to where he was getting his material. I know that most of his information was suppose to be from the Angels that visited him, but foot notes would have been nice for at least some of the material. I wish I could just accept his angel story and take what he says as a message from God, I really do. It is just hard to do with so many people claiming to get information from angels, and the reincarnation thing contradicts what I understand the Bible to say. I still say this is a very good reading book!
This book went into the trash Jan 4, 2008
Im not a Christian anymore so I wasn't interested in hearing any more. This book is for Christians. Its nothing what I thought it was. I was so disappointed. I love books, my personal library is my pride and joy, but this book went into the trash, where it belongs.
Read your Bibles Dec 17, 2007
The only advice I can give you is to read your Bibles. I was attracted to this book, as it touches on issues such as Planet X, UFOs, Aliens, Angels, Pyramids, etc because I find it interesting to study those things along side of Genesis 6, Revelation, Ezekiel---basically ends time prophecy. However, my first issue when I started reading was that he penned the book under JC. The author does not give his name but says those are his initials as well as Jesus Christs. He believes this book to be inspired by the Holy Spirit, so thats why he chose "JC". I find that quite blasphemous actually. The Holy Scriptures in our Bible is the inspired Word of God..and the canon is closed! He claims to have received some new revelations. I'm sorry, but if its not in the Bible, your revelations are not from God. He also believes in reincarnation which is absolutely anti-biblical. He says John the Baptist is the reincarnated Elijah. If you actually READ your Bible, you know that is NOT true. To teach reincarnation also goes against Hebrews 9:27 which says "And as it is appointed unto men once to die, but after this the judgment:" If a man can die over and over and his soul can live on and on, that is not fair. And if we, the saints, are to receive rewards in heaven, how is it fair that we be judged on past lives of our souls for which we have no recollection of. I only read about half of the book. I stopped because I had more important things to read, but I'll probably pick it up again just to finish it. I found at least one mistake on every single page and my book is marked up with underlinings and notes as to why I disagree and why I think what he says is absolutely anti-biblical. Perhaps the author means well, but I just pray he reads his Bible more and does not rely so much on "supernatural personal experiences" to justify his claims because the supernatural does exist but not all of it is from God. If I could give this book zero stars, I would, but I at least had to give one.