"From the spirit of Kondo, the rainbow magician," she replied.
A thought-provoking and extensive work that steadily traces the world's most ancient history, Annec's A Promise to Methuselah bridges years of research and concludes a second title to a two volume set analyzing both past and future events.
Ten distinctive chapters complete, A Promise to Methuselah to explain past events against the backdrop of a relevant and uniquely American perspective. Such a viewpoint helps audiences imagine the possibilities that await future generations.
Annec explains that every culture's oldest history begins with the writings of Enoch, who lived from 2733 BC until 2777 BC. Preserved by Georgius Syncellus, these manuscripts were then rediscovered by Bruce in Abyssinia. The documents, however, did not enjoy a revival at that time, but instead sat and collected dust within the Bodleian Library at Oxford.
And so the words of Enoch would have likely been gone forever if not for the work of Dr. Lawrence, Archbishop of Carlisle, who took it upon himself to translate the writings into English. The popular third edition of his translations was issued largely because of the high interest from readers in America. Despite this sudden swell of interest, the subject matter seems to have once again fallen into obscurity.
Arranged with ten final chapters, A Promise to Methuselah, ancient history can come alive once again. Having established many "springs of knowledge," Enoch's knowledge remains and his words, such as his promise of everlasting recovery to the generations of Seth, live on today.
Also included in A Promise to Methuselah is a fascinating first person account of the ministry of Immanuel, recounted in "The Diary of Peter."
Readers will find an extensive and resourceful guide in A Promise to Methuselah. This comprehensive text sets a solid foundation for those interested in understanding the true history of the world.
Annec, an intellectually ambitious, retired biologist, aims to shed new light on antiquity while promoting universal compassion and harmony in his writing debut.