Item description for Eden: The Knowledge of Good and Evil 666 by Joye Jeffries Pugh...
Overview Dr. Joye Jeffries Pugh tells us her prediction of who the Anti-christ is. Her book is a spiritual enlightenment and wake up call as it relates to events of the world today. This book proves, "In the beginning, the end was in the Apple."
Publishers Description Eden-The Knowledge of Good and Evil 666 decodes an ancient plan carefully inscribed on the "Pillars of Knowledge," which has traveled secretly through history to ensure the Antichrist comes to power in this generation. Herein lies a scrupulously documented account of a clandestine agenda by those claiming to be illuminated, which is based on unprecedented access to previously undisclosed documents. Even Leonardo Da Vinci's hidden code will be revealed right before your very eyes as this research takes you farther than any other prophetic work on the subject has ever gone. The hidden link between the Garden of Eden and the End of Time is an explosive one, thereby making this riveting expose which boldly walks the reader right up to Satan's doorstep and introduces him to you.
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Studio: Tate Publishing & Enterprises
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.7" Width: 5.9" Height: 1" Weight: 1.38 lbs.
Release Date Dec 12, 2006
Publisher Tate Publishing & Enterprises
ISBN 1598862537 ISBN13 9781598862539
Availability 116 units. Availability accurate as of Oct 22, 2016 01:28.
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More About Joye Jeffries Pugh
Dr. Joye Jeffries Pugh received her doctorate from Nova University. She has been actively involved with research involving Biblical Prophecy for more than 30 years. Dr. Pugh is featured in Who's Who in the World, Who's Who in America, Who's Who in American Women, and Who's Who in American Education. She is a member of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution.
Joye Jeffries Pugh currently resides in Douglas, in the state of Georgia.
Reviews - What do customers think about Eden: The Knowledge of Good and Evil 666?
full of confusion Jul 29, 2008
The book started well with a description of what happened in Eden, Adam's sons, the fallen angels, the Dragon bloodline...topics that are recently taken up by many authors. The problem is that Dr. Pugh, who claims to be a reborn Christian, quotes a lot certain writers such as Zecharia Sitchin, Lynn Picknett who are known for their unusual theories, but at the same time serious researchers, while she is herself very biased and Bible oriented. She should not quote these writers at all as they contradict her. She goes on and on against Satan and his followers who include the Secret Societies as well as all the religions other than her church, the builders of all the great structures (doesn't she live in a house herself?if she follows God's words,then she should live in a grass hut),the Jews, the Essenes, the Templars, the Pope, etc. She even calls the Muslim "pagans". Wow! I wouldn't dare. No wonder they call Christians Infidels and America Satan's country because of the love of materiality that is so prevalent. I noticed a few errors too. She mentions the Holy Shroud of Turin as a real relic, however recent scientific studies seem to prove the opposite,the cloth coming from the Middle Ages. She mentions lots of legends as true facts: Mary Magdelene died at the Sainte Beaume in AD63...really? I lived near that place for a long time, never heard about it. The "Protocols of the Learned Elders of Sion" is not recognised by historians as a real document but anti-Jew propaganda. She calls God Jehovah all along the book, however God is named Elohim (a plural) in Genesis.That would be too hard to explain, so better not mention it. She writes that the number 8 belongs to Satan. But isn't Jesus' number 888(IESUS in Greek) as opposed to 666 for the Antichrist? She denounces illumination and science all throughout the book, but did God really want us to remain Neanderthals? And isn't Dr Pugh using a computer to write her book and the internet to sell it? Didn't she put her photo on the back cover?(The Muslims and the Jews observe the 2nd commandment more than reborn Christians, it seems) So sometimes progress isn't that bad, is it. In the end isn't the intention more important than the invention? To summarise great topics that could have made a best-seller, but not objctively researched.
A Must-Read Jul 15, 2008
What is truly amazing about this work is how specific Dr. Pugh is concerning supernatural events both ancient and current and how they are related to one another in the grand scheme of human history. Going back to the beginning of time to the Garden of Eden, thru history to the present day and near future, Dr. Pugh ties together the relationship between fallen angels/demons, the flood of Genesis, ancient megalithic structures, crop circles, animal mutilations, alien abductions/UFOs, the Shroud of Turin and the rise of the Antichrist and shows how these specific events are connected in a sinister plan that culminates in the complete fulfillment of Biblical prophecy put forth in the sacred scriptures of the Judao Christian faith. I couldn't put this book down. Referencing various ancient texts, historical and modern documents/records and the King James Bible, Dr. Pugh has done her research, leaving no stone unturned in her quest for the truth. The facts and evidence which she uncovers are astonishing. This is a must-read for anyone who is interested in understanding the big picture of prophectic events - past, present, and more importantly, the future.
WOW! May 29, 2008
It is amazing how she connects the dots of all types of phenomena and ties it back to the beginning. This rings true for me. I think she has done her research . A great read!!!
hoax Feb 19, 2008
When I found out how full of holes her concepts are, I pitched it without opening it.
Very Interesting! Jan 26, 2008
The author presents some very interesting views. However, she does build many of her notions upon very flimsy stretches and does not provide proof for many assumptions. I saw this same lack of scholarly accountability in Tex Marre's book, which she quotes from several times. I'm not saying the author is wrong but she could do a much better job of demonstrating why she thinks that she is correct in her theories.