El genesis revisado

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¿TECNOLOGÍA MODERNA O CONOCIMIENTOS DE LA ANTIGUEDAD? El viaje espacial… la ingeniería genética… la ciencia informática… Asombrosos logros, tan novedosos como el mañana. Sin embargo, recientes y sorprendentes evidencias demuestran que estos avances tan modernos ya eran conocidos por nuestros antepasados hace mucho, mucho tiempo… ¡tanto como 3.000 años antes del nacimiento de Cristo!
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¿TECNOLOGÍA MODERNA O CONOCIMIENTOS DE LA ANTIGUEDAD? El viaje espacial… la ingeniería genética… la ciencia informática… Asombrosos logros, tan novedosos como el mañana. Sin embargo, recientes y sorprendentes evidencias demuestran que estos avances tan modernos ya eran conocidos por nuestros antepasados hace mucho, mucho tiempo… ¡tanto como 3.000 años antes del nacimiento de Cristo!
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9788497772259
  • Publisher: Obelisco, Ediciones S.A.
  • Publication date: 2/1/2006
  • Language: Spanish
  • Edition description: Spanish-language Edition
  • Pages: 352
  • Sales rank: 800,110
  • Product dimensions: 6.10 (w) x 9.10 (h) x 0.90 (d)

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El Genesis Revisado
By Zecharia Sitchin Obelisco

Copyright © 2006 Zecharia Sitchin
All right reserved.

ISBN: 9788497772259


Page 1 (from the foreword):

The last decades of the twentieth century have witnessed an upsurge of human knowledge that boggles the mind. Out advances in every field of science and technology are no longer measured in centuries or even decades but in years and even months, and they seem to surpass in attainments and scope anything that Man has achieved in the past.
But is it possible that Mankind has come out of the Dark Ages and the Middle Ages; reached the Age of Enlightenment; experienced the Industrial Revolution; and entered the era of high-tech, genetic engineering, and space flight?only to catch up with ancient knowledge?
For many generations the Bible and its teachings have served as an anchor for a searching Mankind, but modern science appeared to have vast us all adrift, especially in the confrontation between Evolution and Creationism. In this volume it will be shown that the conflict is baseless; that the Book of Genesis and its sources reflect the highest levels of scientific knowledge.
Is it possible, then, that what our civilization is discovering today about our planet Earth and about our corner of the universe, the heavens, is only a drama that can be called "Genesis Revisited"?only a rediscovery of what had been known to a much earlier civilization, on Earth and on another planet?

Page 3 (Chapter 1, The Hostof Heaven):

In the beginning
God created the Heaven and the Earth.

The very concept of a beginning of all things is basic to modern astronomy and astrophysics. The statement that there was a void and chaos before there was order conforms to the very latest theories that chaos, not permanent stability, rules the universe. And then there is the statement about the bolt of light that began the process of creation.
Was this a reference to the Big Bang, the theory according to which the universe was created from a primordial explosion, a burst of energy in the form of light, that sent the matter from which stars and planets and rocks and human beings are formed flying in all directions and creating the wonders we see in the heavens and on Earth? Some scientists, inspired by the insights of our most inspiring source, have thought so. But then, how did ancient Man know the Bog Bang theory so long ago? Or was this biblical tale the description of matters closer to home, of how our own little planet Earth and the heavenly zone called the Firmament, or "hammered-out bracelet," were formed?
Indeed, how did ancient Man come to have a cosmogony at all? How much did he really know, and how did he know it?



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