Item description for The Great Harpazo Deception: The Real Story of UFOs by Stephen M. Yulish...
An Israeli Colonel comes to America to attend West Point and is later placed by the CIA on a top secret project. The project protocol changes from spying on enemies abroad to scanning the heavens for extraterrestrials, and he finds himself right at the center of this earth shattering undertaking.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.04" Width: 6.06" Height: 0.8" Weight: 1.12 lbs.
Release Date Dec 1, 2000
ISBN 1893162583 ISBN13 9781893162587
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More About Stephen M. Yulish
Yulish received his B.A. from Case Western Reserve University, his M.A. and his Ph.D. from the University of Illinois. He was an Assistant Professor at the University of Arizona in Tucson and then became a Jewish Community Professional in Phoenix. Currently disabled with Multiple Sclerosis, he is co-leader of Chayim Chadashim Messianic Fellowship and is on the Board of Reference for Jewish Voice Prophetic Magazine.
Stephen M. Yulish currently resides in Flagstaff, in the state of Arizona. Stephen M. Yulish was born in 1947.
Reviews - What do customers think about The Great Harpazo Deception?
Action-packed affirmation for True Believers Aug 13, 2002
The Great Harpazo Deception is a fictional work which purports to reveal the 'real story of UFOs'. As such, there are two levels to assess this novel. The premise of the book is a "battle for the souls of men" between the forces of Satan and God, as seen through the eyes of the main character, a Messianic Jew...The stage is set, then, for a thrill ride of a novel.
There is good character development, plot twists galore, and more action than an Arnold Schwarzenegger movie...
The case for this showing the "real story of UFOs" is quite debatable. It essentially echoes the view espoused by most fundamentalist Christian leaders, that UFOs are demonic entities. Those who view the phenomenon differently will find it a hard sell. Moreover, regardless of one's views of UFOs, those who hold religious or philosophical views different than what is conveyed in the book (i.e. Mormons, Buddhists, Hindus, Muslims, secular humanists, agnostics, etc.) will likely react in ways ranging from dismissive to finding it outright offensive.
As an action novel, the book has much to commend itself. As an answer to the UFO enigma, it really depends upon your point of view.
Electrifying Eschatology !!! Oct 11, 2001
I was astonished that this novel could so firmly grasp my imagination. The multiple plots and hidden agenda's rival those of that cinematic delight, "Diva". Clear and well delineated characters give a realism which powerfully colour the incrementing tenor of tension that Dr Yulish engineers into the text.
This is the book which changed my view that all novels are a frivolous, trivial pursuit.
Not only does Yulish present us with a broad perspective on New Age Wiccan-ness, NWO Wicked-ness, UN, UFO and Biblical 'end-times' interactions - but readers can even pick up on the 'real meaning' of all those Yiddish words they have heard, and never understood.
Truly an education adventure on many levels, melded with a gripping 'reality-time' message.
A Must Read! Sep 13, 2001
The book is a fictional account of how UFO's tie in with end-times events.
Let me be forthright in saying that initially I was skeptical but once I started reading the book I was hooked!
Stephen does a masterful job of following the efforts of Judah (a messianic Jew) as he endeavors to battle the evil angel, Azazel, who is bent on removing all Christians from the earth through a series of UFO abductions.
Unexpected plot twists continue to keep you guessing and dreading when you have to put the book down!
One of the most exciting scenes was where Judah flies an Apache helicopter into the belly of Azazel's UFO to do battle with him utilizing the armour of God. Another exciting scene is when . . . well, I don't want to give away too much.
But let me say that I was very impressed with the book. It is a very good read and has the added bonus of NOT CONTAINING any bad words as other end-times books are known for. It is filled with witnessing to both Jew and Gentile, which should help you to see ways of reaching unsaved friends.