Escaping from Eden
Does Genesis teach that the human race was created by God or engineered by ETs?
The familiar stories of the book of Genesis affirm that God made the universe, planet earth, and you and me. However, various anomalies in the text clue us that we are not reading the original version of these stories. So what were the original narratives and what did they say about who we are and where we all came from? What was the earlier story of human origins, almost obliterated from the Hebrew Scriptures in the 6th century BC, and suppressed from Christian writing in the 2nd and 3rd centuries AD? And what does any of this have to do with Extra Terrestrials?
Escaping from Eden will take you on a journey around the world and into the mythologies of ancient Sumeria, Mesoamerica, India, Africa, and Greece to reveal a profound secret, hidden in plain sight in the text of the Bible. Far reaching and deeply controversial, this book points to truths about ourselves, the universe and everything that you may have long suspected but not dared to speak!
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Paul Wallis is doing a courageous service by looking at the Bible with the perspective of other traditions and religions to give us a new perspective on the creation and engineering of man. ~ Sean Stone, Filmmaker and Media Host
Escaping from Eden takes us on a journey that we will never forget. The incredible possibilities of our own existence. Thought provoking. ~ George Noory, Coast to Coast AM
Seductive…draws us gently into some of time’s deepest currents … ~ Phyllis Tickle
Extraordinary! ~ Alan Bennett, Playwright, Actor, Screenplay writer
Where Paul Wallis provides the meat I am happy to provide the gravy… ~ Metropolitan Anthony of Sourozh
One of the greatest rewards is to listen as Paul Wallis poses all those difficult questions we may have longed to ask for ourselves…We come away enriched... ~ Most Revd & Rt Hon David Hope, former Archbishop of York
In a world of shock jocks and talking past one another, Paul Wallis provides us with an appetizing model of discourse at the table of ideas... ~ Ben Witherington, III