The Soulless One: Cloning a Counterfeit Creation

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Summit University Press, 1981 - 214 páginas
There are two kinds of people in this world-those created by God and those created by the "fallen ones." The Soulless One reveals the presence of these fallen ones, technologically superior but spiritually bankrupt beings who migrated to Earth thousands of years ago and subjugated a humanity entranced by their scientific wizardry. Fantasy? Not at all. Tablets from ancient Sumer have confirmed the story of "gods" who used genetic engineering to create humanlike life on earth--the progenitors of today's "mechanization man." This book strips the mask from the fallen ones and reveals their strategies: their political philosophies, their mechanized righteousness in church and state, their materialism, and their purpose to dominate the body, mind and soul of the children of God. The most sinister legacy of this extraterrestrial race is the programming of the psyche by a mechanization concept that destroys life's natural creative potential. The author of this work is a Hungarian adept, the original founder of the House of Rakoczy. Those who recognize his inner attainment call him the Great Divine Director. He is an ascended master-the Master R who worked behind the scenes with le Comte de Saint-Germain in eighteenth and nineteenth-century Europe. He now dwells in a world of higher consciousness beyond time and space, yet he is intimately acquainted with the domination of God's people by the fallen ones. The Master R reveals the strategies of these fallen ones--and also how you can break free from this programming and unlock the creative spark within yourself.
 

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