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Genetic Organisms Designer: (God says Hello)

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An Introduction to Genetic Organisms Designer (God Says Hello):

Imagine that the Ancient World (Egypt) saved itself by traveling to the Americas and later Polynesia, introducing their advanced culture, technology and religion among the otherwise primitive dwellers there. Then compare the cultures found in Central America and Peru to the Ancient Egyptians, rather than theorize that civilization was created independently.

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Overview

An Introduction to Genetic Organisms Designer (God Says Hello):

Imagine that the Ancient World (Egypt) saved itself by traveling to the Americas and later Polynesia, introducing their advanced culture, technology and religion among the otherwise primitive dwellers there. Then compare the cultures found in Central America and Peru to the Ancient Egyptians, rather than theorize that civilization was created independently.

You have Pyramids in Egypt used as tombs of the Pharaohs, then the same idea occurs in Central America - thousands of years later. The New World of America is the Land of Punt, the origin of the Pharaohs, and now it is their new home.

Evidence for this is found in religion, that of Quetzalcoatl-Osiris, the bearded man from the East who wears a plumed feather crown and cobra diadem, who sponsored Egyptian technology and ideas in the Americas. You have Hawaiians wearing plumed feathery crowns and wielding an Adze tool, as used by Egyptians for the Opening of the Mouth ritual; both cultures had priests wearing a leopard (Egypt) or jaguar (Mayan/Aztec) robe. Both civilizations wrote in Hieroglyphs (Petraglyphs existed in Hawaii), built Pyramids, and had blood sacrifice rituals. Both had vegetarian diets from Osiris/Quetzalcoatl. The original people of Egypt claimed to be from Atlantis, a city built on an artificial Lake - just like the Aztec city of Tenochtitlan. Other peoples influenced by this Osiris include Christianity and Islam; these are called Survival Religions.

A New Theory by Archaeologist and Author, Michael J. Costa, Copyright 2014, All rights reserved. Theories are fictional until proven.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781494835095
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publication date: 12/27/2013
  • Pages: 76
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.18 (d)

Meet the Author

Michael J. Costa is an Author and Archaeologist from California, USA. He studies Ancient religions and magical systems.
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