Posted by: Jill Potts Jones | February 28, 2012

‘The Genesis Code’ a new enlightenment


“The Genesis Code” will guide mankind into a new level of enlightenment.”  At least, that’s what the authors, Abraham Lopian and Julie A. Snyder want you to believe.  The five-star reviews it is receiving on Amazon.com is bewildering to me.  Difficult to understand and some possible faulty theology keep me from recommending to anyone.

 

I was asked to keep an open mind while reading “The Genesis Code”.  However thought-provoking Abraham Lopian and Julie Snyder’s message is, I couldn’t get beyond the fact that they referred to God as “the Godliness” and inferred that we could experience unity of spirit and become one with the Godliness.

 

About the author (from information I was provided):  Originating from London, England, Abraham Lopian is a new level of spiritual mastery.  Born into traditional Orthodox Judaism, his family’s lineage has produced leading rabbis and heads of Talmudic Academies throughout the world.  Surrounded by philosophers and scholars, it was only natural that Abraham would delve into the depths of creation’s mysteries.  Abraham studied with his rabbinical uncles and his grandfather, Reb Elia Lopian, a famous and well-respected spiritual man known for his remarkable insight into the Torah.  His decades of Talmudic study span the oceans and include several Talmudic Academies throughout the world.  His enlightenment, however, would not be realized through scholastic studies alone, but through a metaphysical experience in 1988 that would forever change his perception of God and creation.  Years later, he was led to Julie Snyder, the woman he calls his “enlightenment”.

 

View the You Tube video An Ancient Secret Message for the 21st Century–The Genesis Code: God Has Spoken  You can also get additional insight from the website, genesiscodebook.com

 

To purchase or read more reviews, click here.

 

Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from Bostick Communications., as part of their Book Review Blogger Program. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

 

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