Ophir the Paradise Between Corruptibility & Incorruptibility
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Challenged by the 12th Century Turin Beatus Mappa Mundi which depicted Adam and Eve to be in the eastern part of Asia, this book reveals many surprising information never heard before.
Four years in the making, starting from the "Let there be light" of Genesis, this book explored the uncharted waters to unveil the origin of "everything there is" in a scientific manner thus explaining the details of Creation. This book will end the tug-of-war between creationists and evolutionists concerning human origin and the "old earth" versus "young earth" conflicts. At the outset, this book seemingly appear as a product of conspiracy theory, but the corroboration of information from reliable footnoted sources is highly compelling.
Along the way, more perplexing revelations were coincidentally discovered about the interference of evolution on the first created humans resulting to human-ape hybrids. The first human dispersals from the once verdant green Sahara Deserts (Africa) to the rest of the world has been covered. The implication of a cataclysmic event around 6,000 years ago as told by NASA and other scientists is presented in this book as the turning point in human history.
Finally revealed are the locations of Eden, the Main River of Eden and its branches; Pishon, Gihon, Hiddekel, and Parat. The most fantasized Garden of Eden was also located through its "birthmarks" being bdellium, onyx and gold. This is supported by history and science but remained unrecognized in history.
Also unveiled is the fabled Land of Gold called Ophir in the days of King Solomon. The land exist but was renamed by the colonizers. The identity of King Solomon, his wealth and his association with Ophir is shrouded in gold. This book reveals the otherwise unknown bloodline of King Solomon and his relationship with the people of Parvaim (Sanskrit word purva= Orient).
This book is a scholarly work in the form of commentary that corroborated information from history, geography, biology, paleontology, archeology, physics, anthropology, ancient geopolitics and many other disciplines.