Seeds of Heaven

$24.50

Originally conceived as a Fictional Alternative Historical, Metaphysical, Fantasy little did I know this novel was actually a fractured, fragmented and distorted personal memory (The Monograph will clarify) which I organized into a readable structure. Anyone enjoying Star Trek, Star Wars or other novels describing an alternate reality will love this read. It may be closer to the truth than anything you've ever encountered.

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Originally conceived as a Fictional Alternative Historical, Metaphysical, Fantasy little did I know this novel was actually a fractured, fragmented and distorted personal memory (The Monograph will clarify) which I organized into a readable structure. Anyone enjoying Star Trek, Star Wars or other novels describing an alternate reality will love this read. It may be closer to the truth than anything you’ve ever encountered.

Here is what one reviewer wrote:

Seeds of Heaven

by Tito Abao

4.00 Star rating

Seeds of Heaven is attempting, in this and future volumes of this Gaian Chronicle, to offer a reconstructed history of life on earth. It is fiction based on New Age ideas and discoveries as drawn from the work of alternate thinkers such as Zechariah Sitchin, Graham Hancock, and others. It begins on the last day of Atlantis, casts the reader’s eye upon scenes such as the Garden of Eden and the Great Flood, and continues up to the building of Egyptian civilization following a great cataclysm that literally changed the topography of the planet. Seeds of Heaven explores life after death, reincarnation, and presents a Third Evolutionary Paradigm – Interventionism to explain the leap from upright walking hairy hominid to today’s Homo sapiens. Darwinian evolutionist can not adequately reconcile microevolution and macroevolution scientifically and the religionist’s Intelligent Design collides with the reality of science’s proof positive that the universe is millions of years old NOT 6000 years old.

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