Genesis II: A Personal Revelation - William LePar

Genesis II: A Personal Revelation

By William LePar

  • Release Date - Published: 2011-11-15
  • Book Genre: Philosophy
  • Author: William LePar
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A modern, metaphysical interpretation of Genesis and Exodus, based on information received through the Deep Catatonic Trances of William A. LePar from his spiritual source, The Council.
This book is intended to be a personal review and evaluation of our spiritual life. It is a spiritual checklist of our emotions, values, and attitudes, as well as those actions that come from these. When reading and studying these stories one should understand that this is a way to bring spiritual prosperity to ourselves. The important consideration with material things is in the manner in which we obtain material possessions. One need not fear that material prosperity is against Divine principles, for our Infinite Father wishes all of us to be prosperous both spiritually and materially.
It contains twelve stories, twelve episodes from the Bible, that tell of man's journey away from his Creator and man's way back. In the words of Mr. LePar, "The information contained in this book traces a journey of spirituality of the soul shown in conscious thought, and the twelve segments, eleven from Genesis and one from Exodus, with their metaphysical interpretations, provide twelve points of reflection on one's life."

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