Reading Into Beliefs

Reading Into Beliefs



A provocative, new book by author and scholar Marc Mourier reveals hidden secrets of​ the Bible.

In "The Garden of​ Eden: What Really Happened?" (Index Publishing, $14.95), Mourier cites Biblical evidence that he believes proves that Eve was cloned from Adam. Mourier feels that Noah's flood was one way that God cleansed the Earth when the "Adam Experiment" went wrong. He also believes that Adam and Eve came after many civilizations, including Darwin's apes.

Mourier says that more than 4,000 years of​ translations have changed the original meaning of​ the Bible and that people should be inquisitive and cautious about how the Bible has been relayed. He claims that many religious thinkers and theologians have purposely created a​ power grid to​ "cover up" ideas they do not want to​ openly disclose but "know are true," such as​ the mission to​ create Adam and Eve.

Mourier also paints a​ picture of​ the Garden of​ Eden that is​ very different from what is​ traditionally taught. He believes that the original Hebrew Bible shows that the Garden of​ Eden isn't a​ typical flowery garden that one might picture. Instead, the Tree of​ Knowledge of​ Good and Evil, the snake, and the apple are symbolic. For example, when Eve is​ described eating the fruit, Mourier interprets this as​ acquiring scientific laboratory knowledge on how she was created.

The book also gives Mourier's explanations on:

• "The secret, shocking and hidden revelations" of​ the Bible

• Where the Bible shows "proof of​ visitors from outside"

• Religious "cover-ups"

• Who specifically visited the Garden of​ Eden and created Adam.

"The Garden of​ Eden: What Really Happened?" has drawn positive reviews from readers who fall on different sides of​ Mourier's research on Intelligent Design. it​ comes fully illustrated with what Mourier calls "evidence that the ideas expressed in​ this book have secretly been known for centuries."




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