Enoch and the Book of Coincidences
Virtualbookworm Publishing, 24 d’abr. 2006 - 308 pàgines
Veteran reporter Howard Riell's tentative investigation into the world of the supernatural brought him more than he'd bargained for as he encountered séances, Ouija board messages, clairvoyance, angels, trance channeling, tales of reincarnation and -- first and foremost -- a flood of amazing coincidences linking it all to ancient Jewish prophecies and both the Old and New Testaments. Before long, the skeptical Riell and a newfound group of friends found themselves embroiled in a millennia-old drama pitting good against evil -- one that stretches from the Garden of Eden to the approaching apocalyptic end of history. and for the author himself, from agnosticism to faith. What reads like occult fiction actually happened. Enoch and the Book of Coincidences is the first in a series of stunning first-person chronicles of an incredible two-decade-long, real-life adventure that may well prove the existence of God Himself and reunite two great faiths. and which continues to unfold to this very day!
Què en diuen els usuaris - Escriviu una ressenya
No hem trobat cap ressenya als llocs habituals.
accept Aharon Ahaz Aliasha Angel Heart angels answer archangel Michael began believe Bible blessed Book of Enoch Book of Raziel called coincidence coming connection dark David Earth energy eyes face father feel felt Fredericke getting give hand happened head hear Heaven Hebrew hold holy Howard inside Jesus Jewish Jews Joshua Judaism keep kind knew later light listen lived looked Matthew mean Messiah Metatron Methuselah Michele Michele's mind Moses mother never night once Ouija board Philo Philo of Alexandria placed pray prayers psychic reach realized receive remember Revelation Rosalyn asked Rosalyn started Rosalyn told Samyaza sitting someone soul speak spirit standing Star of David stopped strength strong supposed talking tell Teresa There's things thought told Rosalyn tonight Torah trance vision waiting walking wish words write yarmulka Yaweh Yosef Caro