SAMSON & NASHIAN and UFOs [NOOK Book]

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To paraphrase the words of the ancient martial-arts master, Shun Shan: STRENGTH IN COMBAT IS THE VIRTUE THAT INSURES THE POSSIBILITY OF ALL OTHER VIRTUES.

Samson, the strongest strong boy of all time, was on a mission from God to save Israel by taking down the Philistines. He had help from another superhuman, Nashian, who was his sister. He had even more help from ...
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Overview

To paraphrase the words of the ancient martial-arts master, Shun Shan: STRENGTH IN COMBAT IS THE VIRTUE THAT INSURES THE POSSIBILITY OF ALL OTHER VIRTUES.

Samson, the strongest strong boy of all time, was on a mission from God to save Israel by taking down the Philistines. He had help from another superhuman, Nashian, who was his sister. He had even more help from extraterrestrials from the planet, Alpha.

The Alphians are directed by God to come to Earth to help Earthlings. They know that Earth is of prime importance in the Universe. That is because Earth is now the watery prison planet of the fallen angels. Earth is ground zero in God's Redemption Plan for the entire Universe.

By Biblical accounts, God empowered Samson to kill a lion with only his hands, kill 1,000 men with a jawbone of an ass in hand-to-hand combat and tear down a huge building with his superhuman power. Still, legend has it that Samson was a virtual superman, who could lift stone mountains and fly. He was from a time that often mixed fantastic, undocumented accounts with known realities. He lived more than a thousand years BC. That was an ancient era when the pyramids and a tower to the heavens were built, men lived to age 900 and Moses parted the Red Sea and talked to God on a mountain. These things add to the mystery and legend of Samson.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013991590
  • Publisher: Thomas L. Thornton
  • Publication date: 2/28/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,073,187
  • File size: 94 KB

Meet the Author

Tom Thornton is a 1980 graduate of Northwestern University in Chicago. He is a former law enforcement employee. Currently, he has published more than 100 ebooks. Tom is on FACEBOOK.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 13, 2012

    Great story. Wonder how much of it is actually true. Some of i

    Great story. Wonder how much of it is actually true. Some of it is taken right from the pages of the Bible in the Book of Judges. Samson was a Judge of Israel.

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